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Summary

  • Snow is falling in Bucks and is forecast to fall steadily throughout the day and Saturday.
  • Schools are shut, others closing early.
  • Major disruptions on the roads and public transport.
  • Wycombe Wanderers still hopeful that home game against Dagenham can go ahead.
  • Follow this live blog for all the latest on the roads, schools and other key information
  • Join in the coverage by commenting below and by following the BFP on Twitter using the hashtag #snowinbucks.
  • Tell us what your roads are like and send us your snow pics via bfpnews@london.newsquest.co.uk or tweet @bucksfreepress

6:16pm

That brings to an end our live coverage of the #snowinbucks today. Check back on this website over the weekend for news, updates and information.

But - whether you're out and about enjoying the snow or trapped in your road by the white stuff - send us your wintery photos by emailing bfpnews@london.newsquest.co.uk or by tweeting us @bucksfreepress.

6:09pm

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6:08pm

Chiltern Railways services are being hit by delays or cancellations tonight. Click here for the latest updates.

6:03pm

Met Office forecasts light snowfall throughout the night and for most of Saturday. Click here for more details.

5:58pm

Nice time for a walk...
 

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Full list of disruptions to bus services:

 

Arriva Aylesbury Vale Depot

  • 2 Haydon Hill - Aylesbury Reduced service
  • 4 Walton Court - Aylesbury - The Coppice Not serving the Coppice
  • 9 Bedgrove - Aylesbury - Bedgrove Not serving Bedgrove
  • 16 Aylesbury - Waddesdon - Steeple Claydon/Marsh Gibbon Terminating at Edgcott not serving Steeple Claydon and Marsh Gibbon
  • 32 Buckingham - Milton Keynes - Newton Longville Not serving Buckingham Tesco, Bus Stand only.
  • 50 Aylesbury - Wendover - RAF Halton Ok at present but severe delays
  • 55 Aylesbury - Great Missenden - Amersham - Chesham suspended
  • 60 Aylesbury - Buckingham - Maids Moreton Sever delays not serving Maids Moreton, main road only, reduced service to Winslow
  • 61 Aylesbury - Tring - Luton Main road between Travellers Rest and Dunstable NOT serving Eaton Bray, Edlesbrough or Tottenhoe
  • 100/150 Aylesbury - Wing - Milton Keynes 100 withdrawn, 150 serving but delayed.
  • 110 Aylesbury - Thame Service withdrawn
  • 200/280 Aylesbury - Thame - Oxford NOT serving Wheatley Church, London road only.
  • 300 Aylesbury - Princes Risborough - High Wycombe service currently suspended
  • 500 Aylesbury - Hemel Hempstead - Watford Delayed but full route.

 

The following services will be finishing early with the last times listed as follows:

  • 16: 1745 ex Aylesbury; 1859 ex Marsh Gibbon (but only serving as far as Edgcott)
  • 60: 1845 ex Aylesbury; 1930 ex Buckingham
  • 61: 1715 ex Aylesbury; 1900 ex Luton
  • 150: 1755 ex Aylesbury; 1900 ex Milton Keynes
  • 280: 1800 ex Aylesbury; 1930 ex Oxford
  • 300: 1845 ex Aylesbury; 1945 ex High Wycombe


Arriva High Wycombe Depot

  • 31 Downley - High Wycombe - Penn not serving Downley, Arnison and Rose Avenue
  • 32 Booker - High Wycombe - Micklefield not serving Booker , Micklefield normal service
  • 33 Totteridge - High Wycombe - Castlefield No service at present
  • 37 High Wycombe - Bourne End/Maidenhead Running to Bourne End only
  • 40 High Wycombe - Stokenchurch - Thame Running to Stokenchurch only
  • 48 Lane End - High Wycombe - Great Missenden Missing out Kingshill Common
  • 62 High Wycombe - Chesham - Pond Park Not serving Pond Park and Holmer Green
  • 74 High Wycombe - Beaconsfield - Slough Running to Beaconsfield only
  • 353 Slough - Chesham - Hemel Hempstead service suspended
  • 354 Chesham - Northchurch service suspended
  • 800/850 High Wycombe - Marlow - Reading 850 no service 800 to Marlow only
  • PR1 Cressex Park & Ride Running normally

Carousel Buses

  • 4 High Wycombe - Chesham 15:20, 1540, 1600, 1640 to Chesham limited stops
  • 28/A/C High Wycombe - Lane End/Stokenchurch service cancelled
  • 38 High Wycombe - Deeds Grove service cancelled
  • 39 Hicks Farm Rise - High Wycombe Only Serving Eden Bus Station to London Rd
  • 306 Totteridge Drive - High Wycombe service cancelled
  • 336 High Wycombe - Watford service cancelled
  • 740 High Wycombe - Uxbridge Currently not serving Maxwell Rd, Beaconsfield

First

  • First have withdrawn all their services operating in Buckinghamshire.

 

Langston & Tasker

  • 18 Buckingham - Bicester Service suspended.
  • Risborough Area Community Bus Will not be running from 1200

Redline

  • Water rider 6 Aylesbury - Watermead Unable to serve Lark Vale running via Main Road
  • 131/132 Buckingham – Brackley.     Still running along main roads, but very late. Now unable to serve most villages.
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  • 164 Aylesbury – Leighton Buzzard via Tring.    Still running, but very late.
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  • 177 Chesham Area   Service now suspended
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  • 321 Aylesbury – Princes Risborough – High Wycombe   Very severe delays.
  • 335 Chalfonts – Slough   Service now suspended
  • 583 Hedgerley – Slough – Uxbridge   Still running, but very late.

 

 

Red Eagle

Routes 158, 160, 331, 333/334 and 377 running normally but severe delays to services.

Vale Travel - 27 Cotswold Way - High Wycombe - Robinson Road Service Suspended

 

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4:51pm

Shocking scenes of car chaos from The Pastures in Downley

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4:32pm Fri 18 Jan 13

Mr Totterdge Hill says

Totteridge Hill much better... however please mind your speed there are a few cars in unusual places!

4:42pm

Bucks Fire and Rescue Service has issued this advice in a burst pipe emergency:


•Turn off the water at the main supply and drain the system by running all the cold taps.

•Turn off the water heating system then drain it by running all the hot taps.


•Turn off the electricity.


•Call in the professionals to repair the damage.

To prevent a burst pipe from ruining your home this winter, HomeServe offers the following advice:


•Insulate your loft and the sides of your water tanks.


•Insulate all your pipes.


•Open the loft trap door on cold days to let heat in.


•If you're planning to be away for a while, ask a friend or relative to check on your home and make sure pipes haven't burst or frozen.


•Replace the washers on dripping taps because if they freeze they'll block the pipe.


•Make sure you know where your stop tap is and check regularly that you can turn it off easily in an emergency.


•In very cold weather, keep your heating on low throughout the day, or set to come on a couple of times a day, especially if you're going away.

4:30pm

Latest info from Transport for Bucks on gritting...

"Gritters in the north of the county are returning to base but gritting operations in the south have been slowed down by traffic volumes, mainly due to commuters leaving work early and the early school closures because of conditions.

"Weather scouts in the south of the county confirm the snow appears to be easing so hopefully this will allow the salt to be put down and the traffic to get rid of any lying snow in the next few hours.

"During gritting operations the drivers have the means to 'blast' problem areas with an additional amount of salt, but this uses up the loaded salt and a return to the depots may be necessary to reload. This is why sometimes the runs appear to take longer than normal.

"In addition to the gritter lorries our operatives have also been hard at work hand gritting town centres across the county for pedestrians.
Our next gritting run is still planned to start this evening between 2000hrs and 2200hrs."

 

 

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The BFP team will be selecting our top five snow pictures on Monday from today and the weekend so keep those pics coming by emailing or tweeting us.

Could this be among the contenders?

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3:38pm

Some of Eden shopping centre's stores are shutting early...

 

 

3:36pm

Do the schools shut too easily during spells of snow?

So far, 54% of readers seem to think they do. You can vote yourself below.

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3:10pm Fri 18 Jan 13

M4M552013 says

Any update on Desborough Avenue or the Pastures?

3:19pm Fri 18 Jan 13

katep says

Wycombe to Hughenden is gritted and clear. Also Cryers Hill, Coombe Lane and Speen road.

Can readers add any more information on these road updates?

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3:13pm

Our photographer has been out and about taking snaps, and you've also been sending us your frozen pictures - so click here to see a selection of them!

3:11pm

Still problems with Chiltern Railways...

Our traffic service reports:

"Delays of up to 40 minutes on Chiltern Railway between Bicester North and Marylebone due to problem with lineside equipment between High Wycombe and Beaconsfield. There is no current estimate for when a normal service will resume."

3:06pm

Latest Met Office maps for the High Wycombe area are suggesting snow could be falling all the way through until tomorrow afternoon.

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Buckinghamshire Fire & Rescue Service has reminded people it responds to 999 calls where there is a hazard from flood water affecting the electricity supply or where vulnerable people are at risk, but it cannot fix burst pipes.

Community safety manager Chris Bailey said: “With an increasing demand for help during snowy and icy periods, it’s essential that residents only call us when there is a genuine risk to life.

“We strongly recommend residents know where to locate and how to isolate their water and electrical supplies so that we don’t divert valuable resources from our primary functions - fighting fires and responding to collisions and other life-threatening emergencies."

2:21pm

2:07pm

Lots of delays and changes to bus service routes.

Full list can be seen HERE

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2:01pm

Some people are enjoying the snow. Nice family picture sent via Twitter.
 

2:00pm

1:50pm Fri 18 Jan 13

geeo123 says

Hazlemere is again a no go area with multiple small accidents yet again bucks gritters are found wanting why oh why cant they get it right left it way to again

2:00pm

Fun being had in the snow at Keep Hill woods...
 

1:54pm

1:47pm

Wycombe District Council will close its offices at 2pm due to the snow.

1:38pm

Lauren Macinnes, aged 10, sledging in her back garden in Micklefield Road.

Bucks Free Press: Lauren Macinnes, aged 10, sledging in her back garden in Micklefield Road

1:13pm

RE: The seriously injured 12-year-old girl - click here for the story.
 

 

1:12pm

1:02pm

Handy Cross is at a standstill, our roving photographer Anita Ross-Marshall reports.

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12:53pm

The Met Office says south Bucks will be hit by heavy snowfall throughout the afternoon and it is not expected to ease until about 6pm.

It is expected to snow throughout the evening and all of Saturday.

Click here for the latest weather report.

12:49pm

The BFP has learned from police that a 12 year-old girl has been seriously injured after an accident involving a car.

The girl, who was a pedestrian walking along Totteridge Road, High Wycombe, has been taken to Wycombe Hospital by ambulance.

A blue Mercedes was involved in the collision at 11.25am and are still at the scene.

Story to come.

12:45pm

Micklefield Road...

Bucks Free Press: Micklefield - Snow Jan 2013

12:44pm

Hughenden Road just after noon today...

Bucks Free Press: Sniw - Hughenden Road Jan 2013

12:41pm

12:31pm Fri 18 Jan 13

sparky49 says

spottydotty wrote:
Anyone know what the hills up out of Hughenden Valley are like?
Normally Green and Brown, but today they are mostly White.

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Delays of up to 40 minutes being reported on Chiltern Railways due to problem with lineside equipment.
 

12:09pm

Bus latest as of midday

All services subject to delay.

Arriva -

  • 31 Downley - High Wycombe - Penn Not serving Downley, Arnison Avenue and Rose Avenue.
  • 32 Booker - High Wycombe - Micklefield Not serving Booker Hill Avenue
  • 33 Castlefield - High Wycombe - Totteridge Castlefield end terminating at the Half Moon. Totteridge end terminating at Bowerdean Cross Roads
  • Park & Ride/800/850 - serving Marlow Hill Road due to an accident on Desborough Avenue
  • 62 High Wycombe - Chesham - Pond Park Not serving Pond Park Estate
  • 850 High Wycombe - Marlow - Reading is not serving Pennfields or Arnside Close in Twyford (Berks).

Carousel Buses

  • 28/A/C  High Wycombe - Lane End/Stokenchurch Service suspended
  • 38 High Wycombe - Deeds Grove Service suspended
  • 39 High Wycombe - Hicks Fram Rise Only service from Bus Station to London Road
  • 306 High Wycombe - Totteridge Drive Service suspended

12:01pm

No photos yet from readers in Marlow. How's the High Street looking, how are the roads in Marlow?

12:00pm

11:59am

The Adams Park ticket office is closed but Wycombe Wanderers are 'optimistic' tomorrow's clash with Dagenham and Redbridge will go ahead as planned.

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11:55am

Latest from Transport for Bucks...

"Our teams will be out again gritting today. Snow is starting to accumulate on the hilly routes in South Bucks so our gritting run in the south of the county will commence at 1200 and in the north of the county will be going at 1300.

"This will assist in roads being prepared prior to the evening rush hour and ensure our gritters are not inhibited by being held up in traffic. District Councils have been asked to grit town centres as well as part of our devolved services agreement with them.
 
"Never assume, however, that a road has been salted. It is always better to travel a little further on a treated major road than try an untreated minor road. Advice is still to think before you make a journey and only travel when absolutely necessary. If you do need to make a journey, ensure your car is prepared for the weather and carry an emergency kit, including a shovel, torch, blanket, food and drink, and ensure your phone is fully charged."

11:54am

The BFP's deputy editor Vikki MacFarlaine is reporting 'chaos' on the roads around Downley, Micklefield and Handy Cross, with people abandoning their cars.

11:54am

London Road not looking so good according to reader Danielle Durrant on Twitter

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11:47am

Libraries across the county closed at 11.30am, the county council said.

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Arriva buses have announced it is experiencing major disruption to services in High Wycombe with buses sticking to Main Roads only.

  • 850 High Wycombe - Marlow - Reading is not serving Pennfields or Arnside Close in Twyford (Berks).

Carousel Buses also experiencing problems

  • 28/A/C  High Wycombe - Lane End/Stokenchurch Service suspended
  • 38 High Wycombe - Deeds Grove Service suspended
  • 39 High Wycombe - Hicks Fram Rise Only service from Bus Station to London Road
  • 306 High Wycombe - Totteridge Drive Service suspended

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Reader Julie Collard has sent this picture of Cressex roundabout
 

11:27am

Problems for public transport users in Chesham.

 

Redline bus service

77
Chartridge - Chesham
Service not serving Rose Drive

78
Great Hivings - Chesham
Service not serving Lynton Road

79
Poles Hill - Chesham
Service not serving Deansway

 

11:26am

Disruption on public transport.

The latest bus news from BCC is:

  • Vale Travel - 27 Cotswold Way - High Wycombe - Robinson Road currently stuck in Robinson Road, this will cause major delays on the route.
  • Arriva - services all running normally except 850 High Wycombe - Marlow - Reading is not serving Pennfields or Arnside Close in Twyford (Berks).

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11:12am

Bucks County Council says all of its adult learning courses scheduled for after 12.30pm have now been cancelled.

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10:36am

Not sure who Brain Box Ben is - but hats off, he's doing his bit...
 

10:35am

Here's some advice from Thames Valley Police's Roads Policing team:
 

10:30am

Send us your snow photos and keep fellow readers up to date with the conditions out on the roads by leaving your comments below or tweet us @bucksfreepress using the hashtag #snowinbucks

You can also post photos on our Facebook page or email bfpnews@london.newsquest.co.uk.

10:28am

Reader Martin Braint from Little Marlow reports to us that there is about 1 inch of snow in his village at the moment.

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10:13am

Further schools, including The Misbourne and Beechview in High Wycombe, have announced they will be closing. Click here for the full list.

Or, alternatively, click here to be taken to Buckinghamshire County Council's website.

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Fraser Pearson from Bucks Fire and Rescue Service tells us: " One of our biggest concerns is how people keep warm – be careful with open fires and portable heaters.

"One big message we would like to get across is that it would be wonderful if people could take a little bit of time to check on elderly relatives, neighbours and friends.

"For example, if you offer to do the shopping for them, they don’t have to go out in this weather."

9:58am

Wycombe Wanderers Sport and Education Trust has cancelled a number of its sessions due to the weather - but some will go ahead indoors. Click here to find out more.

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9:51am

BFP editor Steve Cohen has braved the Arctic conditions.
 

 

9:39am

It's turning white on The Rye...
 

9:36am

Join in the discussion, just as Stevie has done via Twitter...
 

9:34am

A reminder from county council leader Martin Tett on the advice the council and Department for Transport gives regarding snow and ice clearing...

 

The law on clearing snow and ice from public spaces
The Department for Transport has published guidance about clearing snow outside your property, pathways to your property or public spaces. The guidance said there is no law stopping you from doing this.

If an accident did happen, it's highly unlikely that you would be sued as long as you:
• are careful
• use common sense to make sure that you don't make the pavement or pathway clearly more dangerous than before
People using areas affected by snow and ice also have responsibility to be careful themselves.

If you are going to remove snow and ice, here are some tips:

  • start as early as possible - it's much easier to clear fresh, loose snow compared to compacted ice that has been compressed by people walking on it
  • don’t use hot water - this will melt the snow, but may replace it with black ice, increasing the risk of injury
  • be a good neighbour - some people may be unable to clear snow and ice on paths from their property
  • if shovelling snow, think where you are going to put it so that it doesn’t block people’s paths or drainage channels
  • make a pathway down the middle of the area to be cleared first, so you have a clear surface to walk on
  • spreading some salt on the area you have cleared will help stop ice forming - table salt or dishwasher salt will work, but avoid spreading on plants or grass as they may be damaged by it
  • pay particular care and attention to steps and steep gradients
  • use the sun to your advantage - removing the top layer of snow will allow the sun to melt any ice beneath; however you will need to cover any ice with salt to stop it refreezing overnightif there's no salt available, sand or ash are good alternatives

9:25am

You can see where the gritters are operating via this link HERE...

 

9:23am

Bus latest:

County council says: 

"Service 335 Redline Slough - Gerrards Cross - Chalfont Common

Delays expected due to a burst water main in Fulmer Road, in Gerrards Cross."

9:20am

BFP readers joining in the discussion on how heavy the snow is in their area.
 

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9:12am

How heavy is the snow in your town or village?

9:09am

Chiltern Railways:  "Significant snowfall is expected over the next 24 hours.   We will be running our regular timetable on Friday 18 January, but there is a risk we may experience delays and short notice cancellations. Please check before travelling to see how your journey is affected."

9:07am

Transport update from Bucks County Council regarding buses:

"No disruption or cancellations reported, but due to potentially icy conditions, please expect some delays."

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9:01am

Winter weather not stopping South Bucks District Council carrying out rubbish collections today. 

Council has said refuse and recycling vehicles are currently out.

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43 schools are shut or closing early today

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A number of schools have decided to shut today. How are the closures affecting your working day?

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12:21pm Fri 18 Jan 13

spottydotty says...

Anyone know what the hills up out of Hughenden Valley are like?
Anyone know what the hills up out of Hughenden Valley are like? spottydotty
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12:30pm Fri 18 Jan 13

sparky49 says...

Went down to Marlow High Street earlier.
Nearly wet my self laughing at all those 4x4 drivers trying to drive.
Braking too hard and sliding, not using the gear box to slow down, no lights, indicators and all looking like they wanted someone to help them out.
Most were stay at home mummy's.
It is better than watching sport.
Went down to Marlow High Street earlier. Nearly wet my self laughing at all those 4x4 drivers trying to drive. Braking too hard and sliding, not using the gear box to slow down, no lights, indicators and all looking like they wanted someone to help them out. Most were stay at home mummy's. It is better than watching sport. sparky49
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12:31pm Fri 18 Jan 13

sparky49 says...

spottydotty wrote:
Anyone know what the hills up out of Hughenden Valley are like?
Normally Green and Brown, but today they are mostly White.
[quote][p][bold]spottydotty[/bold] wrote: Anyone know what the hills up out of Hughenden Valley are like?[/p][/quote]Normally Green and Brown, but today they are mostly White. sparky49
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1:34pm Fri 18 Jan 13

HV65 says...

Trying to find info on what roads around Amersham, Great Missenden, Prestwood are like...? Please!
Trying to find info on what roads around Amersham, Great Missenden, Prestwood are like...? Please! HV65
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1:50pm Fri 18 Jan 13

geeo123 says...

Hazlemere is again a no go area with multiple small accidents yet again bucks gritters are found wanting why oh why cant they get it right left it way to again
Hazlemere is again a no go area with multiple small accidents yet again bucks gritters are found wanting why oh why cant they get it right left it way to again geeo123
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1:51pm Fri 18 Jan 13

Voyeur says...

I just saw a snow plough with gritter go down **** Lane. I suspect it is more to do with the building project at the top than a service to council taxpayers though.
I just saw a snow plough with gritter go down **** Lane. I suspect it is more to do with the building project at the top than a service to council taxpayers though. Voyeur
  • Score: 0

3:10pm Fri 18 Jan 13

M4M552013 says...

Any update on Desborough Avenue or the Pastures?
Any update on Desborough Avenue or the Pastures? M4M552013
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3:19pm Fri 18 Jan 13

katep says...

Wycombe to Hughenden is gritted and clear. Also Cryers Hill, Coombe Lane and Speen road.
Wycombe to Hughenden is gritted and clear. Also Cryers Hill, Coombe Lane and Speen road. katep
  • Score: 0

4:32pm Fri 18 Jan 13

Mr Totterdge Hill says...

Totteridge Hill much better... however please mind your speed there are a few cars in unusual places!
Totteridge Hill much better... however please mind your speed there are a few cars in unusual places! Mr Totterdge Hill
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4:49pm Fri 18 Jan 13

EssexBlur says...

Fueling the fires of despair, paranoia, and feelings of "we're all going to d-i-e"..

That's BFP for you. And the rest of the scum press.

Not a single article in this green and pleasant land of how much fun, how pretty the snow is.
Fueling the fires of despair, paranoia, and feelings of "we're all going to d-i-e".. That's BFP for you. And the rest of the scum press. Not a single article in this green and pleasant land of how much fun, how pretty the snow is. EssexBlur
  • Score: 0

7:08pm Fri 18 Jan 13

Voyeur says...

The Transport For Bucks interactive page shows some of the gritters, etc. Some are identified by the Rego numbers but others have nicknames like: Mitten, Snowdrop, Ice Breaker, Salty, Rosie Cheeks, Lambourgritter, Optimum Grit, etc. God to see that with snow ploughs they are finally taking the snow conditions seriously.
The Transport For Bucks interactive page shows some of the gritters, etc. Some are identified by the Rego numbers but others have nicknames like: Mitten, Snowdrop, Ice Breaker, Salty, Rosie Cheeks, Lambourgritter, Optimum Grit, etc. God to see that with snow ploughs they are finally taking the snow conditions seriously. Voyeur
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7:27pm Fri 18 Jan 13

Mr Totterdge Hill says...

Voyeur wrote:
The Transport For Bucks interactive page shows some of the gritters, etc. Some are identified by the Rego numbers but others have nicknames like: Mitten, Snowdrop, Ice Breaker, Salty, Rosie Cheeks, Lambourgritter, Optimum Grit, etc. God to see that with snow ploughs they are finally taking the snow conditions seriously.
Including the one that drove straight through the police tapes, put there to stop people attempting to slide down it!
(Totteridge Hill)
[quote][p][bold]Voyeur[/bold] wrote: The Transport For Bucks interactive page shows some of the gritters, etc. Some are identified by the Rego numbers but others have nicknames like: Mitten, Snowdrop, Ice Breaker, Salty, Rosie Cheeks, Lambourgritter, Optimum Grit, etc. God to see that with snow ploughs they are finally taking the snow conditions seriously.[/p][/quote]Including the one that drove straight through the police tapes, put there to stop people attempting to slide down it! (Totteridge Hill) Mr Totterdge Hill
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10:54am Sat 19 Jan 13

ImpeturbableLawrence says...

a divorce with them is eminent …

Surely that should be spelled:
a divorce with them is imminent

(And what’s your problem with capital letters?)
[italic] [quote] a divorce with them is eminent … [/quote][/italic] Surely that should be spelled: [italic] [quote] a divorce with them is imminent [/quote][/italic] (And what’s your problem with capital letters?) ImpeturbableLawrence
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10:56am Sat 19 Jan 13

ImpeturbableLawrence says...

(Here you're not foreign are you?)
(Here you're not [bold]foreign[/bold] are you?) ImpeturbableLawrence
  • Score: 0

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