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Original message (posted by rayonline5555)
OK Tonker ,just for you,and David, and other interested parties. Tell me its nothing for me to worry about but the brick wall surrounding the garden is now complete and the opening to the garden is in its original place....bottom front corner... now that was ok in 1890 when at worst you might get a horse and cart coming out of Woods Lane but today you get 38 ton tipper waggons, tractors and trailers from the farm, and cars and vans.....And when they turn left onto Bolton Rd. they pass within 5 feet of that entrance...and 5 feet is maximum distance.... Now I worry that one day in the future some little old lady may be trundling out of that garden in her wheelchair and get flattened by a juggernought. Somebody tell me that will never happen....Is it passed by Health & Safety or were they not informed....I know that the chap who owns the waggons was never consulted cos I`v asked him....Am I worrying for nothing? My design, which was never considered was for the opening to be located at the top corner where its safe..But the secretary/controller said it had to be as the original according to the Lottery rules. I say poppycock. but I was overruled... Am I right or wrong ..sensible answers only please....A latest photo would help if anyone can get one... MORE COMPLAINTS TO FOLLOW.....
 
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