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Talking about Ashton / Turner Lane railway bridge removal
« on: July 16, 2017, 08:30 PM »
Yesterday they removed the central section of the Turner Lane railway bridge, here is my video, the lift started just as I arrived.

Round and About / Re: old music hall
« on: May 18, 2017, 05:40 PM »
My brother was shot by an air rifle in the Theatre Royal.

Round and About / Re: old music hall
« on: May 17, 2017, 09:37 PM »
Take a look at this
If you are on Facebook there is Friends of the Hippodrome, Keith Dalby-Oldham who runs this would be able to give you info on the D'Oyly carte Company.

Round and About / Re: old music hall
« on: May 17, 2017, 06:31 PM »
Oddfellows Hall on the corner of Stamford Street and Booth Street was a musical hall at one time.

General Discussion / Re: In, Out, Shake It All About?
« on: May 12, 2017, 01:05 AM »
I don't flounce, the last time I left because you were extremely rude about my family, I only came back because I was asked to by several people, you've only reminded me why I left in the first place. I objected to all the posts being anti Labour, when I made pro Labour remarks you follow it with several anti Labour posts, no anti Tory, no pro green. How can it be called a balanced debate when you drown it in anti Labour rubbish. You constantly pour scorn on whatever I say because I don't agree with you and then accuse me of flouncing. You may not care who wins the election, but I do, people are dying needlessly and all anyone on here can moan about is Corbyn and nothing said about the horrors May has released on the ordinary working person, the sick and disabled. So I'll leave you to your unbalanced debate, enjoy yourselves.

General Discussion / Re: In, Out, Shake It All About?
« on: May 11, 2017, 05:23 PM »
Well that's me no longer posting on here, I've never seen such an unbalanced load of rubbish, all anti Labour, which means it is pro Tory, easy for you to do because you no longer live here, you don't see the suffering every day on the streets, you live in your lovely castles in your "perfect", countries For you on here who still live in the UK, I hope you enjoy Tory Britain, just make sure you stay healthy and wealthy. Goodbye all, it will be good not knowing you.

General Discussion / Re: In, Out, Shake It All About?
« on: May 08, 2017, 05:48 PM »
I saw this on Facebook, it puts my feelings across very well. It always amazes me how people who no longer live in the UK think they know everything about its politics, Kiwi, you obviously know nothing  about Corbyn, you are just repeating the words of the gutter press.

People need to stop vocusing  on saying they won't vote labour because of Jeremy Corbyn because he's been trashed by the Murdoch media empire. They drip feed hate like a bubonic plague sore.
You vote Labour or anti Torkip to save the NHS, protect universal education, protect the rights of the disabled, to save more children being driven into poverty. You do it to protect your working and non working rights. You do it to stop the mass deportations that Mayhem and her New UKIP party will start.
Already people who have lived here decades, married to UK citizens who have British children are being deported. What will it be like when Torkip have a free hand, when the human rights act has being assassinated. We have one protection and that is our votes.
So get off your fucking arses if you are thinking of not voting, get off your arses if you are thinking of voting anti-corbyn though you like Labour policies and get of your arses and make any friends you have who are thinking of voting Torkip what 5 more years will mean. 15% of the elite will benefit the rest of us will suffer.
 National debt doubled since 2010 it's now 85% of GDP and it's the ordinary tax payer who must bay that, Austerity has failed it hurts those that need help the most.
Every vote not Tory is a protest vote against them. The minute you say I can't change things is the moment you become a passive Tory. Fight back don't Fight less - hulk :)

Kiwi, there is a difference between Communism and Socialism, if you don't understand that, then there is no point in discussing the election because you haven't got a clue.

General Discussion / Re: In, Out, Shake It All About?
« on: May 06, 2017, 05:31 PM »
The general election is not about the EU, it is about saving the NHS, stopping the persecution of the poor, sick and disabled, keeping education equal for all and housing. If you are happy to see the NHS dismantled then go ahead and not vote Labour, I just hope that you are never sick or find yourself in hard times. You are NOT voting for Jeremy Corbyn, you are voting for Labour policies, he does not dictate these, the Labour party as a whole does. All I can say that anyone thinking of voting Tory or any other part in these hard times, should look at their conscience and truly believe they are doing the right thing. A vote to keep the Tory government will see the end of the NHS as we know it and the continuing persecution of the poor, sick and disabled. It's up to you.

General Discussion / Re: In, Out, Shake It All About?
« on: May 05, 2017, 11:53 AM »
You're confusing Communism with Socialism, they're different things.

General Discussion / Re: In, Out, Shake It All About?
« on: May 03, 2017, 10:23 PM »
I've just realised why I don't post much on here anymore.

General Discussion / Re: In, Out, Shake It All About?
« on: April 25, 2017, 07:20 PM »
It is Labour Party policy to keep Trident, when voting for Labour you are voting for the party not one man, JC cannot dictate party policy. People should stop reading gutter press and watching bias BBC News.

Talking about Ashton / New Ashton Building
« on: April 11, 2017, 02:30 PM »
A video of the new building and Clarendon College from Union Street car park

Genealogy / Re: most accurate genealogy website
« on: February 22, 2017, 10:21 PM »
If you use Cheshire BMD, the free online index, you will find all the births marriages and deaths in Ashton, under Tameside, put your father's year of birth in the search engine with his first and surname and it will show you what his mother's maiden name was. Go back to the birth index and put in both the father's and mother's surnames, use the year of your father's birth plus and minus ten years in the search engine, this will bring up all their children. Once you have a year for the eldest child go to the marriage index and search using his father's and mother's surnames, this should bring up their marriage if it took place in the area. Always remember to use the area Tameside.

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