Having just had our house painted inside, we can recommend Sam Knowles for your painting and decorating needs. Sam and his dad John are really great hard-working people – and they keep you informed from the start of the job to the end.
Their work is top notch:
- all areas properly sheeted and prepared
- 2 coats emulsion
- woodwork sanded, undercoat & topcoats
- edges precisely finished
- door handles etc removed & reinstated
TELEPHONE 01524 401788
MOBILE 07827 870292
LOCAL AUTHORITY MEMBERSHIP NUMBER
The family run business is part of the Safe Trader scheme with Lancashire County Council.
Your old bin collection calendar has run out! So don’t forget to go get a new one from the City Council. The link is here:
Refuse and Recycling Calendar 2018/2019
Some animals appreciate the finer things in life. Like garden sculpture…..
For a fast and efficient service. Local family run business, established over 20 years.
Emergency 24 hour call out No:
07880 730 432
01524 847 677
19, Barnacre Close, Scotforth, Lancaster
“Some time ago, Darren helped us when our kitchen sprang a massive leak – even though it was late on a Sunday, the response was quick and efficient – great job! Just recently, he fixed our noisy bathroom plumbing – he knew straight away from our description what was wrong, came the same day and quickly fixed it. Again, thanks! ”
Ann, 39 Stud Farm.
I often reflect on how lucky we are to live here. The winter weather is producing some amazing skies at the moment. Like this one from a couple of days ago (photographed from the entrance to our Park):
The October twelve-month RPI was published today. The Retail Price Index rose from 3.9 in September to 4.0 in October.
More information & links here: Pitch Fee Reviews.
Below is a graph of the historical RPI, courtesy of the Office for National Statistics.
Many thanks to Nick at No.23 for sharing this one !
“Never transport your own park home paint…”
Scafell Pike was in the news recently, when four people had to be rescued because they were so wasted that they couldn’t make it back down.
Story: Morecambe Visitor
What a waste of the police and rescue volunteer’s valuable time…
Mind you, this sort of thing has been going on for a very long time. I remember a story I was told as a kid; about some geezer who went up a mountain and was given a couple of tablets. He stayed up there so long the people had time to build a statue (which itself caused a bit of ruckus). I mean, OK, so the guy had been abandoned as a child, and probably had a few issues as a consequence – but even so, it’s no excuse. Don’t do drugs!
Oh. I remembered the name of the guy in the story. “Moses”.
On Friday 9th September the BBC’s “Breakfast” program contained a nice piece about Morecambe. If you didn’t see it, here’s a link – you have to sign in to use BBC iPlayer these days (grrrr….) but such is modern life! If you want to see this on iPlayer, be quick – the recording disappears tomorrow!
The main item covering Morecambe begins at around location 02:55 on the video time slider. The old images used in the item are newly released footage from the BFI archives.