A tidy workshop is a workshop that's doing no work!
Thanks for posting that link. :)
Survey completed and sent in.
Yes, I'm a WSRA member but I haven't had an e-mail about it, there's nothing in the spam folder either.
I guess it's possible they don't have my...
I haven't even seen the questionnaire, let alone any comments about it.
Part of me is in favour of mower and grass social distancing. ;):):D:cool:
And that is what is wrong with the WSR. As long as people continue to hold grudges against groups within the railway for things that happened in...
Ask anyone who edits or publishes a newsletter for a club, society, church etc and most will tell you that it is staggeringly easy to miss simple...
Don't encourage them. :);):D:eek:
They'll have to put her back together first. :);):eek:
Yes, reading that piece of Good News was an excellent way to start the day. :):)
This is a common problem with websites, especially company websites where there is no one to take personal ownership of the site and make sure...
The Platform newsletter was sent to me as a PDF. So it would seem that who ever uploaded it converted it to a JPG image before uploading it.
For a long time this has been my opinion of what needs to happen at the WSR.
A very interesting and informative video. I look forward to visiting the CHR again, it's a small detour on my route to the F&WHR, but a very...
Probably a website glitch, there's no repeat on the PDF I downloaded.
I for one am not going to start digging its grave just yet!
Curiously enough, I read mine after a bit of gardening. A good issue with lots of interesting articles.
I had a fiddle with the other photo. I couldn't get rid of all the purple, but I think it's a slight improvement.
A sad sight indeed, but wsr.org.uk has some more positive photos of the work done at Minehead by the FOMS in cutting grass and trimming hedges.
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