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It has been ages ages since any updates have been done here, and no idea to where time goes to.
Here are a selection of videos to what we have been up to.
I was asked to go on the BBC to talk about my YouTube Chanel that, as I write this is close to 2,000 subscibers and not far away from 2 million views.
And below are some Vlogs, and also breaks and other things we have been upto in recent times.
Below is my own rendition of a song by Baby Bird calle "The Old Car"
More videos below.
At the end of May we had robbins bulid a nest in our shed and here are some videos of the baby robbins before they fledged.
I was invited to take a ride out with the police and this was a real eye opener.
Am a huge fan of Baby Bird and after many years they played live again. The audio on this is rather rubbish, but you get the idea.
We did the Ashley Steam fair once again, and this is just a few miles from where we live.
And a hello to a OMD Tribute band.
Found an old video from my grans 75th and here it is.
Back on the election trail.
Easter and back out camping again.
We now have a caravan and I did a vlog on it Adria Altea 432 PX
Some have asked me about how Anthony is doing during this cold spell and the sub zero temperatures.
So I caught up with him, and here are a few words to let everyone know he is safe and warm
The Timperley Wedge, a green belt area between Manchester / airport and Trafford.
This green belt area is now under serious threat, and we must protect the lungs that nature has created.
Greater Manchester Spatial Framework
The second draft of the plan is currently being developed, with a view to publish it in June 2018. Following publication of the draft plan, there will be a 12-week consultation with the public.
The statement that “3,300 residential units in a mix of housing types and tenures. Whilst the majority will be higher value, low density properties” is alarming
Trafford Conservatives have got this well and truly on their radar, and Trafford Labour have also singled out the Timperley Wedge for prime development.
The Trafford Lib Dems claim that they want to protect the green belt, but they want to build an additional 40 car parking spaces on Lark Hill a green space in the heart of Timperley.
Trafford is unable to maintain the existing infrastructure it has in place, with the roads collapsing, a mass of pot holes damaging vehicles. Plus oversubscribed schools and a local authority that is unable to cope as it is.
A long time since I did some updates here.
Here are some videos to see what we have been upto since I last updated this page.