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Nice by redneck rampage (Member 10241019) on 1-Aug-2015
Dressed crab and prawns for lunch from Lake District Lobsters and Seafood. Fresh and very tasty. Get some.   
  • Re: Nice by Jest (Member 10284008) on 1-Aug-2015
    Yes, good to see a shop open up in Ulverston you can actually buy something useful in. Surprised the old KUS didn't campaign against it opening !

  • Re: Nice by zap (Member 10216554) on 1-Aug-2015
    Never touch fish but its great to see a shop thats actually useful opening in town. Bloody well done.

  • Re: Nice by early doors (Member 10235862) on 2-Aug-2015
    lake District Lobsters ? No such thing.

  • Re: Nice by redneck rampage (Member 10241019) on 2-Aug-2015
    Must admit the lobsters on display didn`t quite match my image of lobsters. i.e. Larry off Spongebob. Quite black they were, mebbe the only go red when cooked?

  • Re: Nice by early doors (Member 10235862) on 2-Aug-2015
    Lobsters can be black red or even blue but they all go red when cooked. Unlike zap ,I love fish but I've never eaten lobster.

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Cecil by Jest (Member 10284008) on 31-Jul-2015
Here's to Cecil's death bringing about the end of fat rich Americans thinking they're are tough skillfull hunters and not the psychotic cretins they really are. Apologies for post not strictly been about Ulvie but just wanted a rant !   
  • Re: Cecil by redneck rampage (Member 10241019) on 31-Jul-2015
    That`s ok, didn`t we used to be ulverston rant in days gone by?

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Spours by WayneRoss (Member 10250384) on 30-Jul-2015
Any thoughts?   
  • Re: Spours by early doors (Member 10235862) on 30-Jul-2015
    Tynemouth ?

  • Re: Spours by redneck rampage (Member 10241019) on 30-Jul-2015
    Self promoting estate agent, strives to be flamboyant, witty, urbane bon viveur. It doesn`t quite come off though, most (especially the ladeez) find him a bit creepy. Reading his blog left me with the impression that he may have a bit of a drink problem. And that doesn`t fit well with his penchant for sporty cars and a motorcycle. Harmless enough though, for all that.

  • Re: Spours by early doors (Member 10235862) on 30-Jul-2015
    Bit like Leslie Phillips in the old Carry On films. When I see him in the street or pubs he usually looks as if he going to speak to me .......then doesn't !Harmless enough and ,you're right RR ,the ladeeez do find him creepy .

  • Re: Spours by ilikeeatingthings (Member 10161876) on 30-Jul-2015
    Needs a geography lesson. He thinks he lives in the lake district, worse still he says he lives in scumbria

  • Re: Spours by ilikeeatingthings (Member 10161876) on 30-Jul-2015
    Video evidence of his pulling powers.....
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fbFj8iDFmpg

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reasons to b cheerful by zap (Member 10216554) on 24-Jul-2015
Purchasing comestibles at the chicken stranglers earlier. I noted yet another friggin useless festival setting up in market st. Vans stalls and whiny southern accents all over t'shop. Upshot being the barra bastards replete with good Ulv ale wont b able to find cabs back to their caves. Let us hope they do what they do best and kick off thereby discouraging future festivaleerz from bothering. What... more >>   
  • Re: reasons to b cheerful by redneck rampage (Member 10241019) on 24-Jul-2015
    Well, as the mustachioed Tynemouth sez, lots of good folk in town (how the fuck does he know they are good?), lots of folk chatting pleasantly. Nauseating twat should fuck off back to geordieland.

  • Re: reasons to b cheerful by early doors (Member 10235862) on 27-Jul-2015
    Pickers complaining about derelict sites in town.......including the old brewery. Maybe if he hadn't objected there might be some progress ?

  • Re: reasons to b cheerful by redneck rampage (Member 10241019) on 27-Jul-2015
    It beggars belief, it really does. This retarded moron is representing us on the town council. As ED says, he campaigned long and hard together with his sycophantic acolytes to prevent anyone redeveloping the brewery. Now he is whining because it`s an eyesore. How is it now an eyesore when a few months ago it was an historic building worth preserving? As for Stables old site, well, it is, in it`s ... more >>

  • Re: reasons to b cheerful by early doors (Member 10235862) on 28-Jul-2015
    In the case of Stables old shop ,the developers could not have foreseen the building would have to be demolished due to structural problems. The whole place had to be scaffolded on the INSIDE to keep it up ,as well as the outside. And hasn't work had to stop because they found a few old artefacts ? You'd think CP would know about that as he's on every committee going.

  • Re: reasons to b cheerful by redneck rampage (Member 10241019) on 28-Jul-2015
    Aye, I think thats about the gist of it. Pickers seems to have lost it these days, he is just becoming an embarrassment. Why does the liar always interview him about what`s what? Don`t we have a mayor for that sort of thing?

  • Re: reasons to b cheerful by Jest (Member 10284008) on 31-Jul-2015
    Seen the latest crusade ? Going to stop 'eyesores' in the town by lobbying government to force owners and developers into developing their sites.
    Usual basic lack of understanding shown by the fucking idiots on the town council. If you own a building or site you can do what the fuck you like with it as long as you don't contravene. Planning or health and safety laws. How would it work in practic... more >>

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Farmfoods by redneck rampage (Member 10241019) on 24-Jul-2015
Opening in Barrovia eh? wonder if it`s in the old Lidl shop. Meanwhile, back in oostun, the tumbleweeds continue to blow through the brewery. I hope they are observing the speed limit, pickers will be watching in his new (self appointed) role as traffic monitor. Some people just can`t resist the temptation to be constantly telling the rest of us what to do. Get a life pickers.   
  • Re: Farmfoods by early doors (Member 10235862) on 24-Jul-2015
    I wouldn't wish Farmfoods on Ulverston. Another place for the great unwashed ,workshy ,sponging bastards of Barrovia to get their frozen ready meals and giant bags of crisps. A once proud, hardworking town full of skilled tradesmen now inhabited by meerkats.

  • Re: Farmfoods by redneck rampage (Member 10241019) on 24-Jul-2015
    Never been in one ED, from their telly adverts though they seem cheap, in a similar vein, I visited that place that used to be Homebase. Now there`s a store for the great unwashed. Groups of zombie like barrovians wandering round aimlessly, no intention of buying anything, just passing time `til their giro drops onto the mat.

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The Liar by redneck rampage (Member 10241019) on 23-Jul-2015
What`s up with the old dear now? I have just been reading the bit about the proposed 20mph limit int` village and it`s outying dependences and much as I would like to comment I can`t, `cos I can`t sprechen sie Deutche. Anyhoo, imposing a speed limit without a serious attempt to enforce it is a waste of money, it will just get ignored, and I would guess that in the town centre it`s impossible to at... more >>   
  • Re: The Liar by early doors (Member 10235862) on 23-Jul-2015
    Aye ,like many other laws in Ulverston ,it won't b enforced.When did you last see a traffic warden ,let alone plod.

  • Re: The Liar by twister (Member 10266532) on 24-Jul-2015
    they need to spend their money elsewhere, not on 20mph traffic signs. Can you drive along Fountain Street/ King Street / Queen Street faster than 20 mph , I think not. Bastards are looking after their own interests and not what we locals want. How about moving along the motorists that are parked on market street, they may as well remove the yellow lines as nobody takes any notice, and where the fu... more >>

  • Re: The Liar by redneck rampage (Member 10241019) on 24-Jul-2015
    Yes, couldn`t agree more. I just wonder what cloud cuckoo land pickers and his cronies are living on, and what secret agenda they are pursuing. I just get so annoyed with the same old attention seeking whores jumping on any old bandwagon.

  • Re: The Liar by redneck rampage (Member 10241019) on 27-Jul-2015
    The photograph accompanying the liar article plainly shows a Mike Woods van parked on double yellow lines and in a bus layby. That is the sort of thing that creates problems, not driving along in excess of 30mph.

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Ye Grapes by early doors (Member 10235862) on 19-Jul-2015
Now called the Squirrel ,funny name for a pub .......and it's got silly wooden shutters on .They won't last long.   
  • Re: Ye Grapes by ilikeeatingthings (Member 10161876) on 19-Jul-2015
    Is it a boozer or are the rumours true about the arty farty goings on in there?

  • Re: Ye Grapes by redneck rampage (Member 10241019) on 19-Jul-2015
    Looked through the winder on Friday night and I thought it looked like a cafe, definitely not a pub and didn`t look too much like a proper shop so it`s probably a shoppe or client/proprietor interactive experience facility. It would have made a nice drop in centre for the tit fest lasses, don`t hear much from them these days. Or, come to think of it, zap either.

  • Re: Ye Grapes by zap (Member 10216554) on 19-Jul-2015
    Its a perfect metaphor for the downfall of OUR town

  • Re: Ye Grapes by early doors (Member 10235862) on 20-Jul-2015
    No it 's not a pub but expect to see little groups of people stood in the doorway smoking clay pipes and eating sunflower seeds.

  • Re: Ye Grapes by Cloud (Member 10266536) on 21-Jul-2015
    Surreal to walk in there now and see lots of arty stuff and not have a chair fly past your ear and out of the window..

    Next in the tattoo'd druggie's wake of destruction after the Grapes was the Lancy, but I can't see that becoming a squirrel shop. Maybe a flock of bats...

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Knowhere in Google by Scum (Member 10233909) on 16-Jul-2015
What the Fuck! Where has this board gone to in a Google search? Search Knowhere ulv ... and all you get now is Ralph Spoors bollocks and Dellow's blog.   
  • Re: Knowhere in Google by redneck rampage (Member 10241019) on 16-Jul-2015
    I couldn`t get in at all for the last couple of days, the site must have had a problem. Always go back to the other site as a last resort.

  • Re: Knowhere in Google by Scum (Member 10233909) on 16-Jul-2015
    What's the other site. Excuse my ignorance

  • Re: Knowhere in Google by redneck rampage (Member 10241019) on 17-Jul-2015
    It`s ulverstonknowhere.createaforum.com , it hasn`t been used much at all, but there again, this site isn`t exactly bustling.

  • Re: Knowhere in Google by ilikeeatingthings (Member 10161876) on 17-Jul-2015
    I will do some sorting of that forum when I get chance, it is 100% reliable and you can post pictures.

  • Re: Knowhere in Google by Scum (Member 10233909) on 17-Jul-2015
    Right then. I'll get on over there and have a butchers. This board now appears in Google again.

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parade day by redneck rampage (Member 10241019) on 4-Jul-2015
Sort out the parking or cancel it. Absolute mayhem for town centre residents with an endless stream of cars containing gaudily dressed people searching in vain for a parking space. Why no parking on Ford Park?   
  • Re: parade day by Cloud (Member 10266536) on 6-Jul-2015
    Wasn't even too bad to find parking outside of the "laziness zone", it's just that most people can't be arsed to walk more than a few feet so will go round and round in circles competing for the best few spaces or just dumping their cars wherever instead of simply taking one of the ample spaces a short walk away (such as near the Farmhouse or anywhere east of the A5087)

  • Re: parade day by early doors (Member 10235862) on 6-Jul-2015
    I think Redneck is talking about those who live in town and can't get their cars in and out ,which must be annoying. However,this only happens 2 or 3 times a year so they can either not drive at all or take their cars across the road for the day.

  • Re: parade day by redneck rampage (Member 10241019) on 6-Jul-2015
    I have to admit to having a bit of a "bee in my bonnet" when it comes to town centre parking. People who live in a house in a terraced street and have more than one car should move to somewhere that has off road parking. They are selfishly taking up more than their fair share of the available parking. I know that legally they are "entitled" to park there, ( if the car is taxed and insured etc ) b... more >>

  • Re: parade day by trident (Member 10271783) on 6-Jul-2015
    not just parade day but parking up for "just 10 minutes for the hospital is a pain especially when space is available on the hospital car park

  • Re: parade day by trident (Member 10271783) on 6-Jul-2015
    and then ignorant people leave their cars there for the parade, I wanted to see the tank run over them but that is my nasty/it would be funny side

  • Re: parade day by Cloud (Member 10266536) on 7-Jul-2015
    Biggest problem imo is that no-one cares about section 243 of the highway code any more i.e. "don't just dump your car wherever you feel like it without considering whether it impedes others". And the most prolific of those problems (at least on Croftlands) is people parking on and opposite junctions, so you end up approaching junctions on the wrong side of the road, turning out onto the wrong si... more >>

  • Re: parade day by redneck rampage (Member 10241019) on 8-Jul-2015
    Aye, they don`t care how much they inconvenience others, as long as they don`t have to walk more than ten paces once they are out of the car. The bottom of Market street is often blocked by pie eaters too fat and lazy to use the car park and walk to Thomas`s, likewise the idle bastards that use the cash machine at the TSB, park on the corner on the double yellows and sod everyone else. No wardens ... more >>

  • Re: parade day by early doors (Member 10235862) on 9-Jul-2015
    ......that van driver from Irvings is dead ignorant but their pies are good . Speaking of Ye Grapes did I notice it has had a fresh coat of paint ?

  • Re: parade day by redneck rampage (Member 10241019) on 9-Jul-2015
    Always seems to be a light on whenever I walk past the Grapes. Can`t say I`ve noticed any painting going on.

  • Re: parade day by ilikeeatingthings (Member 10161876) on 10-Jul-2015
    From what i hear it is to be the new tinners rabbit and it will be called Squirrel. Just what Ulverston needs!

  • Re: parade day by redneck rampage (Member 10241019) on 10-Jul-2015
    And never a murmur from the keep ulverston whateveritisnow, who, if they were doing their (self imposed) job, would be pointing out the saturation point of quirk and suggesting some diversion. Like a big supermarket.

  • Re: parade day by redneck rampage (Member 10241019) on 10-Jul-2015
    And never a murmur from the keep ulverston whateveritisnow, who, if they were doing their (self imposed) job, would be pointing out the saturation point of quirk and suggesting some diversion. Like a big supermarket.

  • Re: parade day by redneck rampage (Member 10241019) on 10-Jul-2015
    Crikey, I`ve developed a stammer!

  • Re: parade day by early doors (Member 10235862) on 10-Jul-2015
    for the uninitiated WTF goes on in this Tinned Rabbit place ?

  • Re: parade day by early doors (Member 10235862) on 10-Jul-2015
    for the uninitiated WTF goes on in this Tinned Rabbit place ?

  • Re: parade day by early doors (Member 10235862) on 10-Jul-2015
    website problem

  • Re: parade day by early doors (Member 10235862) on 10-Jul-2015
    website problem

  • Re: parade day by redneck rampage (Member 10241019) on 10-Jul-2015
    Tinned Rabbit, staffed by Modern Parent type people straight out of Viz, sells quirk.

  • Re: parade day by redneck rampage (Member 10241019) on 10-Jul-2015
    Tinned Rabbit, staffed by Modern Parent type people straight out of Viz, sells quirk.

  • Re: parade day by ilikeeatingthings (Member 10161876) on 11-Jul-2015
    they sell vibrators

  • Re: parade day by redneck rampage (Member 10241019) on 11-Jul-2015
    In tins?

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More delusions of grandeur by redneck rampage (Member 10241019) on 27-Jun-2015
A two storey extension on the side of the Coro. For the arts. Stark staring raving bonkers. Lantern House a forgotten memory already eh Pickers? Must be the onset of senile dementia. And how`s the sale of the Priory road toilets going? Oh I see, no takers eh. Just give it to the sports club then.   
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could be a quirky attraction this. by redneck rampage (Member 10241019) on 25-Jun-2015
http://www.letsgocottaging.co.uk/Ulverston-cottaging/ Looking for a holiday cottage for me old auntie, honest.   
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Here we go again by redneck rampage (Member 10241019) on 16-Jun-2015
Who is it this time? Tunnel vision for the brewery? these selfish individuals don`t have a hope in hell of stopping the brewery development. The best they can achieve is to delay it. From now on they should be made to pay for all the costs their forlorn objections generate.   
  • Re: Here we go again by Jest (Member 10284008) on 18-Jun-2015
    Re: Robinson, Nowt kicks off like the middle classes not getting there own way. Someone has posted he has seen plans for an Aldi, would fucking love that, should see the pretentious pratts which Ulvie seems to have more than its fair share of, fuck off and move someone else 'special'

    Astounded to see in the EM last night that the plans for the Coro, which I understand is unsustainable due to ... more >>

  • Re: Here we go again by redneck rampage (Member 10241019) on 18-Jun-2015
    Re: Robinsons. I do hope that info from Atherstone is right !

  • Re: Here we go again by early doors (Member 10235862) on 18-Jun-2015
    Been abroad for a week ,what's happened ?

  • Re: Here we go again by redneck rampage (Member 10241019) on 18-Jun-2015
    Well nowt really ED, just a report int liar saying another planning application complaint was submitted (anonymously). This generated a flood of letters to said liar and one was from a "whistleblower" who allegedly works in Aldi head office claiming to have seen the plans and details for an Aldi site in Brewery st Ulverston.

  • Re: Here we go again by early doors (Member 10235862) on 18-Jun-2015
    thanks RR .

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cheeky bastards by redneck rampage (Member 10241019) on 24-May-2015
Poke junk mail through me letterbox and suggest I pay a quid for it. I will not be going within a mile of this shite. It`s the equivalent of unmade beds and sharks in formaldehyde. Strret art? pah, load of upper class toffs pretending to be working class. Bunch of fannies, the lot of them. It`s just asking for it, more of those bloody suvvern accents, more Jasmins and Marmadukes.   
  • Re: cheeky bastards by Scum (Member 10233909) on 25-May-2015
    Eh?

  • Re: cheeky bastards by ilikeeatingthings (Member 10161876) on 25-May-2015
    What festival you on about?

  • Re: cheeky bastards by redneck rampage (Member 10241019) on 26-May-2015
    I`ve binned it now but it was a "newspaper" that had nowt but adverts for "events" due to happen in the village, most seemed like a spin off from welfare state- think taffy thomas. There was a suggestion that a donation of a quid should be made, to whom I do not know, I`d sooner give a quid to `im as lives under a bridge in gay paree.

  • Re: cheeky bastards by morpheus (Member 10176970) on 7-Jun-2015
    oops

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RIP KUS by redneck rampage (Member 10241019) on 4-May-2015
So, it bites the dust. Good riddance. What did it ever achieve? The main orchestrators should be made to pay back the public money they squandered and should be prosecuted for wasting the court`s time. Jane has fallen on her sword, can we expect Pickers to to follow her honourable example and follow suit? Nah, political lowlife like him have no conscience.   
  • Re: RIP KUS by Cloud (Member 10266536) on 12-May-2015
    Oh at last. Maybe now we can see a bit of progress around here!

    Good to know one good thing has come from the changing political scene.

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Crash under the bridge by redneck rampage (Member 10241019) on 3-May-2015
When they painted those lines on the road under the railway bridge I wondered if they might lure some drivers into driving in the middle of the road. After the car crash under the bridge on Friday teatime it would seem a possibility.   
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The Grapes by redneck rampage (Member 10241019) on 1-May-2015
Has it been sold (at last?). Would make a good headquarters for Ulverston Town Council, they would be commensurate with the ethos of past activities in there.   
  • Re: The Grapes by ilikeeatingthings (Member 10161876) on 4-May-2015
    It is going to be a baby shop.

  • Re: The Grapes by Cloud (Member 10266536) on 12-May-2015
    Why would anyone want to buy a baby? There's much better meat next door to it.

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rumours by chainsawman (Member 10162611) on 22-Apr-2015
ancient relics found under what used to be stables carpet stop have put a halt to development .............brewery site next to be investigated   
  • Re: rumours by ilikeeatingthings (Member 10161876) on 22-Apr-2015
    Pickthall has probably buried his antique collection so they don't build there.

  • Re: rumours by Scum (Member 10233909) on 22-Apr-2015
    Your 21 days late Chainy.

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Back in the day by ilikeeatingthings (Member 10161876) on 14-Apr-2015
A must watch film about Ulverston in 1992

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c59zGpBsZ_k
  
  • Re: Back in the day by blueherring (Member 10198877) on 14-Apr-2015
    good find that mate. looks early 90s to me - maybe 92/93, but could be wrong.

  • Re: Back in the day by blueherring (Member 10198877) on 14-Apr-2015
    ah, didn't notice you'd said 92 in your comment - was going off the 'made in the mid 90s' in the film description.

  • Re: Back in the day by ilikeeatingthings (Member 10161876) on 14-Apr-2015
    Is that TC hug playing at the end?

  • Re: Back in the day by ilikeeatingthings (Member 10161876) on 14-Apr-2015
    I have Carnival 1997 and Stewart hall with the BBC bus 1989 in town to upload later.

  • Re: Back in the day by blueherring (Member 10198877) on 14-Apr-2015
    stewart hall... i remember fred talbot came to visit uvhs too. ulverston has played host to some of the world's leading paedophiles; we should really think about getting a statue up or something.

  • Re: Back in the day by ilikeeatingthings (Member 10161876) on 15-Apr-2015
    Here is Stewart....

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ezhXSFqkb9E

  • Re: Back in the day by ilikeeatingthings (Member 10161876) on 15-Apr-2015
    Hartleys Brewery

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tq9QHjUXBF0

  • Re: Back in the day by ilikeeatingthings (Member 10161876) on 15-Apr-2015
    Stan

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q7Nq5F504Po

  • Re: Back in the day by ivision (Member 10220143) on 16-Apr-2015
    hmmmmm, hartleys, fears unfounded, they weren't saying that 2 years later ...... still can't/won't let a drop of robinson's knowingly pass my lips

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Latest on KUS by Scum (Member 10233909) on 1-Apr-2015
Just heard from one of 'em. They've concluded that trying to keep Ulverston special is a waste of time. Every town thinks its special, not just ulverston. SO they've decided all they can do is to campaign to keep it a "nice town", so there changing there name to Keep Ulverston a Nice Town.   
  • Re: Latest on KUS by early doors (Member 10235862) on 1-Apr-2015
    Nice on Mr.Scum.

  • Re: Latest on KUS by early doors (Member 10235862) on 1-Apr-2015
    .....err I mean ' nice one '

  • Re: Latest on KUS by diane1 (Member 10300321) on 12-May-2015
    good one

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Breaking News by early doors (Member 10235862) on 1-Apr-2015
Just heard from a very reliable source that the identity of the supermarket in the brewery will be......Booths. Due to falling sales at their current site, they have decided to replicate their Kendal town centre store and concentrate on the 'craft' type of food and wine with a large café bar which will also open at night.
The existing Booths store will be partly demolished and the remainder ma... more >>
  
  • Re: Breaking News by Scum (Member 10233909) on 1-Apr-2015
    I fell for it, till I got to the bit about the Tavelodge.

  • Re: Breaking News by early doors (Member 10235862) on 1-Apr-2015
    .......wouldn't be a bad idea though ,if only it was true !

  • Re: Breaking News by early doors (Member 10235862) on 2-Apr-2015
    Good rant in the Mail ,Redneck Rampage ,I like Cloughie but you're dead right the 'committee ' have no power and everything is covered by SLDC planners' conditions.
    It's not happening anyway ,Robinsons can't give this site away. Just my opinion.

  • Re: Breaking News by redneck rampage (Member 10241019) on 2-Apr-2015
    I think if I was in Freddie Robinson`s shoes I would be getting the demolition procedure squared away. I`m inclined to believe Roger Martlew when he says there is more than one interested party, the money Robinson`s have already committed to this development is a good indication that they are not just speculating. Having said that though I don`t see why the old Barrow Lidl site is still unoccupied... more >>

  • Re: Breaking News by zap (Member 10216554) on 3-Apr-2015
    Mr Rampage makes a good point re hotels. The great and good who run this town are under the illusion that it is a tourist trap So, lets have a big fuck-off hotel on t'brewery site for the touroids to eat, meet and sleep as the ginger one has it. That'll keep the left bank busy..what's more naff a Wilko or a Travelodge? While they're at it a Holiday Inn Express at Glynis House too.

  • Re: Breaking News by early doors (Member 10235862) on 3-Apr-2015
    There is going to be a big demand for 'digs ' later this year when GSK gets going. Unlike in my day ,contractors expect hotels not boarding houses so there is scope for maybe a 50-room Travelodge or Premier Inn. Expect howls of protest from KUS and Ulverston's existing Fawlty Towers type hotels.

  • Re: Breaking News by zap (Member 10216554) on 3-Apr-2015
    Very to the point ED. On the other hand all this bringing the town into the 21st century might encourage a lot of the KUS lot to decamp to the Lakes or similar backwaters where their pretensions and middle class prejudices can't do any more harm.

  • Re: Breaking News by early doors (Member 10235862) on 3-Apr-2015
    Aye to that zap.

  • Re: Breaking News by Jest (Member 10284008) on 4-Apr-2015
    Aye to that Zap, only I suspect they can't afford Lake District priceswho h is why they live in Ulverston and desperately try to pretend it's 'the lakes' !

  • Re: Breaking News by early doors (Member 10235862) on 4-Apr-2015
    This is not the only area to suffer from Lakes-it is. Homes Under the Hammer yesterday had a former miners ''cottage '' in Hensingham as edge of the lakes !! It's a bit like Askam without the beach FFS

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