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Monday, 29 August 2011

"All The Corruption In Jersey - And The Sheeple Are Worried - About Their Grass!!!"

Fears events in People's Park are damaging grass

Battle funfair 
 

The park hosts the Battle of Flowers funfair

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There are concerns that the number of events being held in Jersey's People's Park is not giving the grass enough time to grow back.
Denise Shrives from the Friends of People's Park has written to the St Helier Constable to complain.
The park recently hosted the annual Battle of Flowers Funfair and the Portuguese Food Fair.
The constable said he had been assured by the parks & gardens team that the grass could "take it".
He said he had offered to meet members of Friends of People's Park after the summer events.
The organisation previously complained about the level of noise caused by the funfair.
The fair returned to the park in 2010 after rules to limit the amount of noise were agreed.

6 comments:

  1. We all have our own concerns in life.

    Life doesn't stop because of what YOU think is important.

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  2. Why don't they just dig up Howard Davis and ask him and be done with it.

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  3. haha, Nice one Polo.

    And Anon "Life doesn't stop because of what YOU think is important" I never said it did!!! Where in God's name do you sheeple draw your inferences from???

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  4. problem solved. Use the lower park for the portuguese Fair.

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  5. Don't be silly Anon, that would require some intuitive thinking on the part of Government!

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  6. I recall watching a short snippet of live coverage of the NI assembly. One of the ministers stood up to speak during the debate on the the problematic issue of "high hedges". This gentleman then went on to inform the house that whilst talking to his constituents, this was their number one issue.
    To his credit, he then pulled an incredulous face to the thought of "am I really saying this crap?"

    Talk about nonsense to cover up the real issues at large. Simple and effective ....

    The Beano is not the Rag

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