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  1. You are correct, I missed the comment bit - apologies. I mean to say: Is the focus on the win, or the technically. There seems to be plenty of argument in the media on the actual "meat on the bones" issue - the question of is it / is it not anti-semantic etc. Less so on the "what does it take to win".
  2. That's just tragic. I am sorry to chop your post down. That bit stood out for me though. What is an "indigenous" British Person? Honestly.
  3. This is an impressive set of pictures. I'm wondering - would dropping the chips help? They seem to bulk it out and make it hard to close. Looks incredible here though! Looks hard to eat too!
  4. Sadly West Pennard would be outside the free ticket area. I think that the free ticket thing is greatly restricted to what it once was. Nice pub though, will be a shame but I guess they've had enough (the current people).
  5. I'm pretty sure the Apple Tree Inn, on the West Pennard side of the site, had closed before the lockdown. Next along, The Red Lion (in West Pennard itself) is on the market: https://www.rightmove.co.uk/commercial-property-for-sale/property-71080566.html In Glastonbury itself, the George was already on the market before the lockdown : https://www.rightmove.co.uk/commercial-property-for-sale/property-67641504.html And the Hawthorns (a lively live music venue) has clearly had enough, coming on the market just recently: https://www.rightmove.co.uk/commercial-property-for-sale/property-80270479.html Another iconic pub nearby, The Sheppy, has also gone on the market: https://www.rightmove.co.uk/commercial-property-for-sale/property-93599294.html That's three pubs there that some festival goers (Red Lion, George, Hawthorns) might know, two of which have owners who must have had enough. It's not great times in the independent pub sector. There are a number of other pubs within a few miles of the site that have been on the market for months before the lockdown.
  6. I've heard they are working towards an opening of the 13th July...
  7. Well, ordered. Looking forward to the read ...
  8. Sorry, I didn't mean to sound negative. I saw the book come up in the news a week or two ago (or whenever it entered mainstream attention) and you couldn't get it - on back order online & all. I never went any further than that, but this thread reminded me & so it lead to a quick check online. It's now about, and I was reading the reviews (Amazon). They seemed ... Ok. Somewhat critical of the numbers. I was curious to see if you thought it was a "fad" read or genuinely worth the time.
  9. How does it read? Reviews on Amazon are mixed now the rush has died down.
  10. EasyUserName

    Solstice

    They are live-streaming the Sunday morning sunrise if that would help... https://www.facebook.com/GICCIC/ https://www.unitythroughdiversity.org/glastonbury-summer-solstice-virtual-live-stream.html
  11. Anything that broke that up would be welcome.
  12. When lockdown first happened, after a couple of weeks of everything being quiet a company who's mailing list I was on sent an email out saying they had prospective buyers looking to buy companies in the industry I work in ... for a "realistic" price of course. Didn't take long for the sharks to be out.
  13. Be a bit of a challenge there though. Industry is already spending big at the moment working towards the various deadline dates. Stuff being carried out that cannot easily be paused.
  14. Bit unpredictable though. One of mine is back, with his class split into 2 x 15 children units (not every child is in mind). Came home yesterday to say other "class" had a student coughing all day - result = all children in that class & associated teachers sent home until test results of coughing child comes back or for 14 days. Makes it hard for childcare if you needed to work, from a planning point of view.
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