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donkey o'tay last won the day on October 26 2016

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  1. Around St.Helens

    Both victims of the yellow lines.
  2. Around St.Helens

    It would have been finished ages ago but they can't find brickies to work there. They are desperate.
  3. Nutgrove - Origin of name

    A grove is a group of trees so you've got to imagine the trees were renowned to give some kind of nut type fruit such as Hazelnuts or edible chestnuts or some such. Then the grove would become nutgrove. Just a guess.
  4. Armed Forces celebration event with video

    Get any vid of the young girl singing?
  5. George St Suites closing

    Loads closing in the George street area. The double yellow lines have killed it. Needs to allow short stay (2hour) parking.
  6. Around St.Helens

    Youth Centre been shut for a few years.
  7. Stabbing

    Robbob, our man on the spot.
  8. Queen in St Helens.

    Or this ... http://www.sthelens-connect.net/forums/topic/47391-queen-in-st-helens/
  9. Around St.Helens

    Caught some great reflections on that Cineworld one there Robbob
  10. Body found in the Hotties

    Nothing in the news about this yet?
  11. Funding for Rugby League

    Although significantly down on 2014 RUGBY LEAGUE FUNDING REDUCED: Sport England funding has been reduced by 38% they have offered £10.75M for the next 4 years which is a fraction of the previous amount of 17.5M Rugby union has also had their funding cut! They have had £20M reduced to £12.6M Nigel Wood, said: “The Rugby Football League appreciates all of the public funding that has come into the sport. The investment from Sport England will assist us in supporting and growing areas that have a strong Rugby League player base and will enable the Rugby Football League to focus on enabling more people to keep playing the sport they love. “We understand the need to create new funding streams into all levels of the game if we are to truly maximise the opportunity of hosting the Rugby League World Cup in 2021 and like all sports organisations, the Rugby Football League is working hard to reduce reliance on public investment. We have already embarked on a sport-wide transformation with new digital systems and processes which build on strong league and competition management and improvements in player retention. “We are in a good position to continue to move the sport forward, particularly having also secured significant external investment through our Sky Try campaign, which has committed £2m per year until 2021 and which will enable more than 100,000 children to play the sport in the first 18 months of the programme.” According to a statement, the Rugby Football League says it was advised by Sport England that it would initially be able to bid for an award of between £9m and £11m and was informed today it would receive 97% of the maximum available to it, £10.75m. In addition to this, the Rugby Football League is able to bid into other Sport England funding streams including volunteering, and work is underway to do this.
  12. Holdi

    I doubt any of these pubs would have welcomed me 40 years ago. Many pubs had a notice on the door - No Bikers.
  13. More dumping

    Very sad. Surely to get that stuff there you must need a vehicle. and if you need a vehicle then you could drive to the tip.
  14. Save our Greenbelt 50+ pics and video

    Brilliant rant Mally. I like it.
  15. Pex Hill at Cronton,Widnes

    Ssssshhh I was hoping to keep this place secret. ;-)