There was two of them canvassing in my road yeaterday. One knocked on my door at approx 1130am and told him I wasn't interested. Then about 4 hours later, the other chap decided to give me a try and when I answered the door, I told him where to go. @Paul Were your chaps wearing a light/sky blue top? What make me laugh is that when you answer the door, the first thing they ...
Not for nearly 10 years now.
Well done to Martin.
Dawlish started going down when Woolworths closed. Same as Teignmouth.
@Diana Mond The point that I was making is that there have recently been a few high profile cases where the accused's name has been plastered across the media yet the accuser (who I might add fabricated the story) remains annonamous. Does that satisfy you? Probably not. I'm certain that you will find somethig else to have a dig at.
I just don't believe that anyone thinks that the letter up top was written by a real person and not something that someone just bantered around the internet, like lots of other Fake News.
It's about time these women are named and shamed for wasting police time.
Not to worry. We have a Countryside Park, a Cycle Path, and possibly soon, a state of the art playground. All of which will bring trippers/holidaymakers here in there thousands.
Good luck Tracy and thank you for all you have done. All the very best in your new venture.
Sorry, but people are their own worse enemy and only themselves to blame. Anyone with an ounce of sense would have realised it was a scam. Just stop and think. Would HMRC really phone you saying that you owed money? Of course they wouldn't.