Basilica Fields – Right Track 19: Layout Planning and Design
Unfortunately unable to go this year :(
Beckenham West Wickham Show
3MM Society Mixed Traffic 197 October 2014.
Such an icon how could they. Spend the money and refurbish instead of this slow lingering death and btw Boris listen to the people that use the place.
Originally posted on Inside Croydon:
Sebastian Coe, the chairman of the London 2012 Olympic organising committee which promised to create a sporting legacy for London and the whole of Britain, now heads up the company which has put forward plans to bulldoze the Crystal Palace athletics stadium.
A brief public consultation was announced last week and an exhibition is being held at what was formerly known as the National Sports Centre.
The consultation offers four pretty bleak options for what was the home of British athletics for half a century. The proposals have been described as “a disgrace” and “disastrous” by senior figures involved in the sport at Crystal Palace.
Double Olympic champion Coe himself set one of his world records on the Crystal Palace track. In 1989, it…
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Especially the Whiskey
Originally posted on Kindadukish's Blog:
There is little evidence that expensive over-the-counter cough medicines actually work, doctors said today But the NHS Choices website advises: ‘There’s little evidence to suggest cough medicines actually work, although some ingredients may help treat symptoms associated with a cough, such as a blocked nose or fever.’
The webpage adds that the ‘simplest and cheapest’ treatment for a ‘short-term cough’ may be a homemade remedy containing lemon and honey. It continues: ‘There’s no quick way of getting rid of a cough caused by a viral infection. It will usually clear up after your immune system has fought off the virus.’ Dr Tim Ballard, vice chair of the Royal College of General Practitioners, today backed up the NHS claim He said: ‘The medical evidence behind cough medicines is weak and there is no evidence to say that they will reduce the duration of illnesses – as such, GPs are unlikely to…
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