Discussion in 'Bristol and South West' started by Idaho, Mar 26, 2019.
Violence breaks out at bell-ringing competition in Devon village
Man kicks off over gay pride gnome at Asda
Plymouth man in Asdrrrs finds gnome in Gay Pride colours. Shouting ensues.
Gnomes are clearly gay. I've never seen a lady gnome.
Yes, but it's Plymouth.
Concern over 'abandoned' car in Chipping Sodbury
Thoughts and prayers for the residents of Chipping Sodbury
This one's pure Devon. Man steals tester pots of perfume and runs into the sea with them to thwart law enforcement:
BBC News - Ilfracombe sea rescue: Suspected thief swims out to sea https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-devon-49176724
Anyone missing a van ?
As I grew up on the Barbican in Plymouth was intrigued to see this.
The Mayflower – Mayflower 2020 Anniversary | Mayflower 400 | Mayflower
From November this year start of celebration,
I do remember Americans turning up to see the Barbican.
The mind boggles that 30 million were descended from them.
I kind of thought American Indians didn't see the Mayflower in this way.
He certainly looks pleased...
Pensioner shell-shocked to discover an egg inside his egg
A sign of end times.
These are truly the last days.
Pensioners crack open 12 double yolk eggs from one box
You can get boxes of double yolk eggs....
The epitome of sensational
Devon nightclub sensationally set to reopen under new name
The Quay!? Woah, sensational!!
From Exeter's "One" magazine*
* In the very loosest sense of the word
I see Bideford is losing its sign because it could be considered racist. There's no evidence that it ever has been considered racist, but it could be.
Spoiler: racist sign
Plan to change 'Little White Town' signs 'bonkers'
Weirdly it was a conservative councillor who proposed the change.
Entirely inkeeping with the basic tory project of ruining everything.
Fake dog warden
Tbf there's not much else to do in Dawlish
Cutting edge reporting.
This is a fairly mundain article but I did note this bit:
"The 45-year-old, of Selley Walk in Bishopsworth, stole:
Two Fords from the XITE energy drink building in Amelia Court, Pipe Lane, between August 13 and 16.
Four Fords from the UNITE student accommodation on Frogmore Street and Charlotte Street on September 14 and September 22.
Car keys from the Mercure Hotel in Redcliff Hill on September 27.
Property from Orchard Heights student accommodation on Frogmore Street on September 14.
A £285 bicycle from Bridewell Police Station, on Bridewell Street, on July 4.
Vehicles, computers and microphones worth a total of £50,000 from Amelia Court between August 12 and 17.
Makeup worth £35 from Wilko, Union Street, on August 13.
£50 in cash from lawyers Roxburgh Milkins in Merchants House, Wapping Road."
Thoughts and prayers for the people of Ottery at this difficult time
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