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Thread: NGTE Pyestock, Hampshire - August 2009

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    I believe that there have been p***y invaders here again!


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    Quote Originally Posted by housemouse View Post
    I believe that there have been p***y invaders here again!
    This does not come as a suprise, over the last three years plus of going here I have not only seen copper and cables slowly dissapearing but have approached people doing the theving, one group I encountered told me they had travelled from London with the sole purpose of stripping out pipes etc. Klemp' and I nearly disturbed a group of 'do as you likeys' whilst on a night mission here, heard hacksaws going and cables being pulled off walls etc just as we nearly opened the door to them we heard this noise going on!! we slunk away quickly as we had too much expensive camera kit to lose if it all went pear shaped, as we went we saw a guard with a dog going toward the tea leafs, hope they got caught.

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    Well apparently the planning application has been passed! Although I hear that there has been a petition but must admit that I've not seen the TV report or read the newspaper - though there is bound to be summat in local paper about it soon!

    So it could be demolition time soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by housemouse View Post
    Well apparently the planning application has been passed! Although I hear that there has been a petition but must admit that I've not seen the TV report or read the newspaper - though there is bound to be summat in local paper about it soon!

    So it could be demolition time soon.
    Shame....too see such a lovely place tumble to the ground
    The Pyestock widow

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    Quote Originally Posted by chelle View Post
    Shame....too see such a lovely place tumble to the ground
    Maybe the blue pipes will go as well!

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    Quote Originally Posted by housemouse View Post
    Maybe the blue pipes will go as well!
    Oh dear i dunno how Stu will ever survive
    The Pyestock widow

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    Maybe he can bring a piece of blue pipe home with him next time he visits!

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    Quote Originally Posted by housemouse View Post
    Maybe he can bring a piece of blue pipe home with him next time he visits!
    Please dont give him ideas Housemouse......
    The Pyestock widow

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    Please can I have the 6 foot blue gate valve that is in number 10 exhauster(alledgedly)?I could put it in the garden!

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    Quote Originally Posted by klempner69 View Post
    please can i have the 6 foot blue gate valve that is in number 10 exhauster(alledgedly)?i could put it in the garden!
    no.....no.....noooooooooooooooooooooo
    The Pyestock widow

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