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All of the garden waste that Leeds City Council collects with its brown bin scheme is sent down the M62 to Hull. Thats a fleet of lorrys making a round trip of over 100 miles. It doesnt seem very green to me.
i see a few replys are form folk in the Leeds area and was wondering who you go out cycling with or are you just solo? reason for asking is i'm struggling to find a club or group to ride with who like rides and bikes like i do. i've only just joined the forum and CTC. :D kind regards If you are in ...
- 30 Jan 2011, 5:46pm
- Forum: The Tea Shop
- Topic: Vegetables die in Artic Conditions
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Same here. For the first time in over 40 years all my garlic has been wiped out along with my overwintering caulis.Spring Cabbage looks to be doing okay though.
- 27 Aug 2010, 8:52pm
- Forum: Does anyone know … ?
- Topic: ... of a cyclist-friendly cafe stop in Easingwold?
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The one York CTC often use is Restaurant 21, which oddly enough, is a damn fine cafe in an old peoples home! The link is here, but they close at 3.30pm on Sunday Restaurant 21 is closed to the puplic for the next week or so. :cry: Something to do with a new managment team taking over. It will be op...
Most cyclists use the motorbike cafe at Newthorpe just outside of Sherburn. Its location is here. http://www.gmap-pedometer.com/?r=3461052 its a big old pub, the name of which escapes me, but most people still call it Squires from when it was a small cafe in the centre of Sherburn. The other possibi...
Before I retired I spent the last 32 years of my working life delivering for Parceline. I can tell you that it was a sackable offence to leave goods at any address other than the one on the parcel, unless you had written authority. Of course we all left parcels with neighbours etc and a blind eye wa...