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Old 18 January 2014, 08:41   #11
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Feck me your all doom and gloom Chris..lighten up man
Believe me they were crapping them selves when the waves started coming over they should not of been there at high tide
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Old 18 January 2014, 08:59   #12
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Believe me they were crapping them selves when the waves started coming over they should not of been there at high tide
Actually Tony its highly unlikely that they are council wallers more like private contractors. Elf and safety rules wouldn't let our boys get there feet wet
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Here are the council workers who came to pick up the stuff they were gathering
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Old 18 January 2014, 09:23   #14
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agree....whats the point in doing it now?
make more sense to complete a repair job in the summer months
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Old 18 January 2014, 09:25   #15
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Here are some council workers braving the elements of life.
thats more like it
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Actually Tony its highly unlikely that they are council wallers more like private contractors. Elf and safety rules wouldn't let our boys get there feet wet
Yeah, professional contractors complete with armfuls of Risk Assessments and procedures, fresh from the last job that they decided to start at low water.....

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Yeah, professional contractors complete with armfuls of Risk Assessments and procedures, fresh from the last job that they decided to start at low water.....

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But Chris'll be happy that they've left the bucket in a safe position so that someone can approach the machine ;-)
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sorry, but chris is right, machine buckets should be on the ground whenever the machine is not actively working
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sorry, but chris is right, machine buckets should be on the ground whenever the machine is not actively working
Nobody's said he was wrong
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