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I am amazed at people rushing to places like Bournemouth. I haven't seen beaches that crowded since pictures from my mofher in law's photo album. What inspired people to make their way to the coast, knowing there are no toilets available? Did they come by car? In which case, why did they not take their rubbish home? If they came by train it could not have been that cheap.

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Covidiots.

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Probably for much the same reason as people are partying in the streets. If I'm honest, even here in the town people have been flouting the lockdown/distancing rules from the start.
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I just noticed this is in the "Information" forum. Shouldn't it be in "chat"?
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Moved...😉

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I've noticed the same as srd here as well , time for the water cannons etc. ,
when you see the new cases figures it's clear that there have been blatant breaches of lockdown .
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Those who live by the sword........

It might be nature's way of making the world smarter.
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Don't get all this where you put new topics.

4th July will be mad however maybe some folk will take themselves abroad as travel has been eased.

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Lady P wrote:
June 27th, 2020, 6:17 pm
Don't get all this where you put new topics.
Where ever you like or suitable ,
just go to index then select a forum and click new topic (at bottom left on this style )
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