Saturday, March 31, 2007
No sure what's going on here.
Mum has had enough of the pond, doesnt like the water? There's another pond 30 feet away. She has hauled herself out the pond with Dad still attached. Or is it all over and Dad has no idea?
Such a serious business................
The newts are also about but don't tell Klaus........................
Help Save our hospitals. Too late Penyffordd.
More money for schools.
Protect our Post Offices.
The removal of RAF Valley and DARA Sealand including jobs?
plus the removal of any other British Defence organisations. 5000 skilled jobs or 10,000?
4 motorbikes most probably coming from Corwen Rd to Chester Rd towards Broughton
Speed past Penymynydd Rd estimated at 60 - 90 mph , near the latter I think.
The limit is 30 mph.
There are ways to stop this ............................................
Penyffordd Traffic Video Watch going live shortly.
Friday, March 30, 2007
This is very welcome.
Next of kin or immediate family are not always availble
what time the Neighbourhood Forum started and what sort of things were discussed.
One of the locals chipped in "They will be discussing the 2 murders that happened
Thursday, March 29, 2007
Emails will then be collated and printed and delivered to The Clerk
to the Council Mr Jones.
The council have decided communication by email is a no no.
Members of the council do not have email addresses.
A fib I think!
I realise that email is not for everyone but come on!
An email address for the clerk is all that's needed.
The clerk mentions the vigorous speed calming campaign
over the last two and half weeks.
The van in the wrong place and fluorescents everywhere.
A vigorous talk between council members on ways to STOP the rat run
A policy and strategy to be drawn up
Tuesday, March 27, 2007
Click here for law changes from 1st April 2007.
Answers on a postcard.
Slavery is still happening today. It would be useful to target countries where it still happens.
Problem is that some of them are very wealthy.
Monday, March 26, 2007
February Linda Vidamour CC Re: The Rat Race that runs through Dear Linda,
As a resident of Penyffordd I wish to know your views on the continued rat race through our village.
Linda Vidamour CC
Re: The Rat Race that runs through
What you’re views are on having a traffic calming policy for the village.
I see that the rat run continues unimpeded this morning as usual. Kindest regards http://penyffordd-district.blogspot.com/
Sunday, March 25, 2007
An interesting graph.
We have nutmeg in the house...............................
Isobutyl Nitrate otherwise known as Poppers. (Click here)
In some circles it is thought may be one of the causes of AIDS, it depletes the immune system. If you dont believe do a search on benzine poisoning.
Have grown Datura plants for years, its called the Devil's Weed and rightly so.
The books of Castaneda discuss its effects.
The books although highly interesting has been challenged as a fake.
As far as I am aware Datura is NOT illegal
GHB was used French hospitals gave it during birth to mothers.
Have met doctors on holiday that took Ketamine.
Magic mushrooms not stuff to be sold like alcohol.
LSD's position seems a little low by a long way, similar to the mushrooms
Marjuana at the bottom is strange. A leading London doctor says 95% of his screwed up patients had done Marjuana. So do screwed up people seek marjuana or does Marujuana screw up people?
Discarded spliffs are in the streets of Penyffordd. Fact.
Oh by the way, we do red wine. alcohol...........which seems to be 7th worst.
So we open up our bottle of red wine and can drink to the fact that cocaine, ectasy, codeine, mescaline, Rohypnol, dimethylytriptamine, kava kava, nitrous oxide, psilocybin, LSD, Marjuana are less damaging to our bodies?
Which one should we downgrade to?
I think not.................................
Requires free pdf reader.
Wifey has managed to loose that particular edition. Will comment more fully when I get a copy of the letter.
Wifey has rung around, we now have the letters section from a friend's recycling bag.
Oh the uses of recycling.
Our friend says Gordon has been very unwell. I hope you have made a full recovery Gordon.
"My Chance to set the kiln record straight"
Friday, March 23, 2007
Colin Bithell has demanded a halt to the burning of alternative fuels at Castle Cement. The scheme should be shelved as we do not yet know the implications of burning animal waste.
Colin comments that neither the Environment Agency or Castle Cement are providing information about these alternative fuels. A health study was promised into the effects of burning these fuels in the kiln, this has not so far been forthcoming. Castle Cement is experimenting burning one different fuel after another. He comments that the experimentation is playing with people's lives
Cemfuel Link 1
Waste Burn Risks 1
Defra on Waste Burn
MBM in Transit
BSE via Environmental Pathways
Quantitative assessment of the BSE risk associated with fly ash and slag
Incineration of MBM
Incineration in the EU 2002
A Scottish Council Struggling with Incineration 2006 (not for those of a weak stomach)
This is Bob, he has driven millions of miles as a lorry driver. Now enjoying retirement. Lived in the heart of Penyffordd for many years but has now downsized to Penymynydd. Bob and Ann enjoy gardening, country and western music.
Bob is always pleasant and always up for a chat. He thought I was joking when I said I'd put him on the Internet. :)
Thursday, March 22, 2007
This method does NOT include bumps, chicanes, single lanes or whatever.
A set of traffic lights are strategically placed. The traffic lights turn to red if someone breaks the speed limit, set off by the methods employed in proactive road signs. The traffic is penalised according to how persistent the speed limit is broken. The more it is broken the longer the lights stay on red.
Of course there must be someone out there who has put this into practise.
A little Googling reveals they have been used in Spain for 25 years, also in Portugal. As one cynic noted however there is no revenue with this type of traffic calming.
True but authorities for a little time now have shown they are interested in traffic calming without revenue. We have proactive speed reminder devices. The Police are stopping speeding motorists for an educative talk.
Tuesday, March 20, 2007
The Map at Oct 06
There is a presentation that will need Microsoft Powerpoint.
For those without Powerpoint.
Site drawings are in PDF Format.
Existing structures in poor condition
Not all the way across but too much for me.
Website is a bit snazzy may need a download to run
Tastefully blended in but still too much for some.
I have been asking my wife Lisa if there are any films out that promote this silly type of behaviour.
Lisa answers in the negative.
Well finally I have my answer. Click here.
Computer racing games encourage reckless driving.
Problem is about half the driving public seem to be playing these games.
When are the authorities going to crack down on tailgaiting?
Its a pain, its not needed as no one gets to their destination any quicker.
It just makes multiple pile ups a certainty.
I see tailgaiting everywhere. People out in their cars, minding their own business being pushed along the road by cars and lorries. I have had various to do's with lorry drivers I wont have 30 tons of lorry 20 feet from my bumper doing 50mph.
I get my wife to phone the company up, not sure if the driver always gets sorted though.
There needs to be a police number to report a lorry driver or car driver for tailgaiting.
An idiot database, it would soon become apparent who the idiots were, with suitable re-training or loss of license for persistent offenders. An excercise in motorists policing the driving system. The police can't because there are too many of us.
Its 9.20 am Penyffordd returns to a peaceful village, Rat Run over for now.
Monday, March 19, 2007
Sunday, March 18, 2007
Good to see you have an email address.
I live in Penyffordd, Chester.
I have started a blog.
This in frustration at the Community Council over speeding motorist who use
Penyffordd as a Rat Run and short cut.
When the A55 Warren Hall exit is completed, Penyffordd will receive much higher densities of traffic.
It is quicker using Penyffordd village than the By-Pass
When Aston Hill is opened up this will lead to higher densities at Penymynydd Roundabout which is
inadequate for current volumes at certain times of the day.
The Hope T junction is also a major pain.
There are 2 housing developments in Penyffordd/ Penymynydd that are going to happen whether I like it or not.
Money can be extracted to keep Penyffordd a village not the preferred main route through the village for many hundreds of
passing motorists each day.
The relevant authorities are using £100's of millions of pounds at the two schemes mentioned above. I feel they should fund the mess they leave us in at the end of the line.
kindest regards Colin Hughes
copy Mark Tami MP, Cindy Hinds CC.
Saturday, March 17, 2007
Just right for the proposed new business park.
A narrowing of the green barrier between Broughton and Penyffordd.
Easier for more traffic to fly through the Penyffordd village?
I think so.
Will the authorities make it go around the village?
Thursday, March 15, 2007
Early morning somewhere near 6 ish cars start to rush through the village, mostly I think to get to BAE or Raytheon. Then it dies down till just before 7. 30 am. The rat run then picks up and will have the highest volume and speed for the day. I am thinking of monitoring traffic levels. I think levels of 15 - 20 cars per minute are reached. Will check. Traffic dies down towards 9.00am but there are still plenty flying through the village up until 10.00am.
After 12. 00 pm traffic picks up, not to the same levels as the morning. Workers going in for shift work. After a certain point traffic from shift workers flows in the opposite direction from Broughton into the village. This seems to finish after 13.30 pm. After 16.00 pm we have the homewood bound traffic which is gentler than the morning assault. After 18.00 pm levels drop off.
After dark we have just the occasional local "top gun" with wheel spins.
I would say over 70% of drivers early morning before 9. 00 pm are plus 30 mph
Here's the results.
The juice league table
Millimoles per litre of phenolic anti-oxidants:
1 Purple Grape 0.98
Made from grapes with dark flesh which have the highest level of anti-oxidants
2 Cloudy Apple 0.67
Cloudy apple juice has four times the level of anti-oxidants of clear apple juice.
3 Pomegranate 0.45
One of the newest juices on the market. Has a high anti-oxidant content.
4 Cranberry 0.32
Known for its health-giving benefits, especially as a treatment for cystitis in women.
5 Grapefruit 0.30
Interacts with some medicines reducing their effectiveness.
6 Clear Apple 0.26
Processes used to remove the pulp, which makes juice cloudy, remove the anti-oxidants
7 Tropical 0.12
Mixed fruit juice that contains a range of anti-oxidant compounds - but made from juices that have low levels
8= Orange, Pineapple, Tomato, Red Grape, White Grape less than 0.1
Wednesday, March 14, 2007
1. Names , addresses , emails of councillors.
2. I have asked for each councillors position on traffic calming and
stopping the village being used as a short cut.
3. I have asked for an email address for the clerk to the council.
How many answers will I get?
Its looking like none :(
Tuesday, March 13, 2007
There are a number of options including traffic calming; changes to the street that encourage drivers to slow down; speed cameras. Take a look at the New Life for Main Roads web site: www.newlifeformainroads.org.uk under Good Practice.
You can also find a briefing on how to campaign for a 30mph zone in villages which has some relevant information – go to the Transport 2000 web site at www.transport2000.org.uk Select Change your streets – then select Campaign guides and briefings.
Government guidance recommends that schools, wherever possible, have a 20mph zone on surrounding streets - this should add to your argument for a 20mph speed limit.
Ways of slowing traffic without traffic calming include:
2. Informal crossing places (as opposed to zebras and pelican crossings) marked out with traditional materials (and since they are informal they don’t need lots of zigzag white line) show that the street is shared with pedestrians.
3. If the street has centre white lines, removing these can slow drivers down – increasing uncertainty for drivers encourages them to take their foot off the accelerator.
4. Encouraging people to get out and use the street as social space also affects drivers. David Engwitch (in his book Mental Speed Bumps) claims that the effect of a street festival on passing traffic lasts a lot longer than the street festival itself.
You may also want to take a look at the following web sites for ideas:
Would you like a 20’s Plenty campaign pack? If yes, please email me your address.
Let me know if you need any further help
All the best
Streets and Traffic Campaigner
Police continue with their efforts to calm traffic. This time during end of school day. PC Ian Millington and colleague checking motorist's speed entering the village. Showing a high visible presence. The operation is not about collecting money its to educate drivers.
Monday, March 12, 2007
A road hump/gateway scheme is considered suitable and this
could be implemented in two stages. However, if the two
stages are carried out simultaneously, it does appear that
the site could be a suitable candidate for the introduction
of a 20 mph speed limit zone (see paragraph 3.3 of the
report). This would further benefit the scheme as signing
and road marking requirements are considerably reduced, thus
lessening the visual impact on the street scene and the
overall cost of the scheme. Authorisation for an experimental
20 mph zone would be required from the Department of
High Street, Buriton - Same Problem Penyffordd
B.1 The Parish Council are concerned at the volume and speed of
traffic passing through the village with regard to pedestrian
safety , particularly at the village infant school. Traffic
levels through the village are very low, except on weekday
mornings between approximately 0800 and 0900 hours when
levels increase due to traffic queues on the A3 south of
Petersfield. The High Street then becomes part of a
'rat-run' route involving the C200 and B2146 and enables
traffic to access Petersfield from the east. The problem,
however, will be resolved with the completion of the
Petersfield Bypass, expected in 1995.
B.2 An 'S' type chicane scheme is proposed, situated immediately
to the west of the school entrance at the point where lower
vehicle speed is desirable.
B.3 The estimated cost of the scheme is £5,000 and would provide
a good example of traffic calming where there is a
'rat-running' problem in a rural village.
Pedestrians and cyclists will be given priority in the village, with traffic nuisance kept
to a minimum.
Traffic entering the settlement will be dispersed along three main routes which will be
subject to traffic calming to produce design speeds of 25mph.
Cars will not be excluded from the village centre. They form part of the activity which
will bring life to its heart, and informal parking will be permitted in the street and
square. However, the linear form of the village centre will ensure that all essential
facilities should be within walking distance of most residents, thus reducing the number
of car journeys.
Type of data collected by Councils
4.0 TRAFFIC DATA
I take the line that he should have his blog. Chief Constable's are seen to be remote. The blog is a move in the right direction.
Have you ever tried to complain to the head of an organisation? They usually hide behind layers of bureaucracy.
Sunday, March 11, 2007
I pulled up at the checkpoint on the outskirts of town, waved down by the ever present uniforms.
"License, ID and travel permit please sir." said the traffic warden after I'd wound down my window, his conspicuously armed friend wandering around my car and peering in the windows. "Travelling alone are we sir?"
"Yes, as it says on my permit." I Reply. Travelling in general is frowned upon these days, but travelling alone in a car built to hold five is looked upon with the same disdain as injecting heroin in public.
"Says here you're going to pick up you wife from hospital sir. Sick was she?" sneers the officer, his friend now using a mirror on a stick to check under the car.
I open my mouth, my reply forming itself before my brain can intervene. This, with hindsight, is where it all went wrong, a life destroyed because of a careless word. It was almost worth it to see the look on the officious little pric*s face, I don't think anyone has talked like that to him in a very long time. "Very, not that its any of your business. Can I go?" was my response to his disdain and what I got in return was "If you'd like to step out of the car sir, there are a couple of things we have to check."
That was 2 years ago, as far as I know my wife is still waiting to be picked up...
Thats where we're going, no travel without premission (unless of course you walk everywhere), every movement monitored, regulated and controlled. Usually by disgusting little bureaucrats who get their kick from making people miserable, and can manipulate the system to such a degree that revenge may mean being banged up for a totally fictitious crime. All perfectly legal of course because the system has been 'abused'.
Its not those at the top who we have to worry most about when our country completes its transition to a totalitarian regime, its the little men with their clipboards and forms and rules. They're the ones who can work magic with a monolithic bureacracy, and bend it to their will. All the poor sods who don't really want to be paper pushers, form fillers, or grey men who don't go out much and have a cat. They resent their jobs and take it out on whoever they come into contact with. We've all met them, we all know who they are. Imagine them with a gun and the ability to make you disappear for anything from a few days to a few years
This is where Cameron, Blair, et al, are taking us. Prompted by those empty cans who rattle at every Daily Mail headline, Guardian environmental crisis, and every shot from the air pistol of government scaremongering. It is not going to stop, there is nothing you can do to oppose it, the system will not allow it. I'm really shocked that everyone seems so surprised by the behaviour of politicians these days. Petition the Queen to dissolve parliament and start again from scratch. She can still do that can't she?
No further comment needed. RIP
Perhaps further comment is required.
The polls are suggesting not........................
The sight of a Vulcan flying low is a wonder to observe. I saw one at a BAE Chester or a Hawker Siddeley Open Day some years ago. The planes were grounded for safety reasons. This one is going to fly again in London in the summer. The link says that the RAF wanted 1.2million to make aircraft safe, a trust has done it for 80,000. That's Pounds not Euros.
This map shows how The Sunday Times reports that UK will look in a 100 years time. Its very hot and partially underwater, half of Angelsey is underwater, we are somewhere near the red dot. By we I should say our relatives...................
I'm one of those unconvinced. I will show the case for and against. Last Thursday on Channel 4 there was the case that the current accepted model for global warming is not correct. (Can be viewed here in its entirety courtesy Google Videos)
Here's the other side on the programme.
Persistence in these thoughts talked about in public led to being burned at the stake. A horrible way to die. Still if you recant you may still keep your job. Its a lot better than the stake.
The stifling of open public debate makes one dispair.
OR MAYBE ITS GOING TO BE LIKE THIS..........................GOING COOLER .... LGF
In Parliamentay Elections only a small amount of electorate will know the candidate or have met him/her personally.
Also some candidates do not live in the constituency.
Therefore the politics of the candidates party weigh heavily in favour.
He then argues that the opposite is the case in local elections.
He then states that locals will know the record of candidates if they have served on councill's before.
Mr Gaston then points out that Gordon and Klaus have both been County Councillors. That the voters put Gordon in 4 th place and Klaus with 38 votes, less than even the BNP!
He ends with "No further comment necessary."
End of letter.
The BNP seem to scare the pants off the established parties.
National politics in my opinion require a shake up, less spin more action. The current Labour, Conservative, Lib Dem parties make one dispair. I'm for a benevolent dictator who prefers market forces and small government accountable at a local level. (not Mr Chavez!)
Klaus didnt get many votes. I know nothing about his record in local government beyond what I read but being a fully paid up member of the awkward squad can be an advantage.
* I presume a Mr and not Ms /Mrs
I went to college with David we shared a lecturer Terry Hewitt from Hawarden, a man of great personal integrity, who taught Engineering Mathematics. I have never spoken to Gordon Williams. Gordon's record on his election sheet looked very impressive. Two weeks ago Gordon had a long letter published in The Chronicle. To the casual eye it looked patronising with sour grapes thrown in for good measure. There are 2 letters in last Friday's Chronicle following Gordon's letter. Haven't got Gordon's letter as I didnt forsee where it would go, silly me.
In the letter David paid tribute to Cindy Hinds for her honest campaign that centred on the best interests of the village.
Then David went on to scorn Councillor Gareth Williams for offensive comments (look here) and a lack of knowledge of the Penyffordd electorate. Gareth's claim that if Gordon Williams had not stood his party (Labour) would have romped home were seen as a nonsense by David who noted he had 2 independent candidate's to fight.
David then goes on to Gordon William's record in local government. Mentioned are failure to stop the kiln, a badly designed bypass and accepting large developments without gaining improvement in amenities.
( In hindsite I think stopping the kiln was never going to happen, I was part of the stop the kiln group)
( Getting money for a proper traffic calming system when/if the hospital site is developed was inspired by reading David's letter.) :)
I think Gordon then criticised the Pen Y Group as being inexperienced. David backs the Pen y Group for what they are doing.
Gordon then went on to mention that being a County Councillor was a time consuming job when one has full employment as well (patronising).
David finishes by saying he will hound Shire Hall if residents have a problem with services or whatever till the matter gets sorted.
Have sent letter to David.
ps. I notice David also berated those candidates who had personal ambitions beyond the village. I heard one snippet on the grapevine that someone suggested a relative of theirs who was standing was future Prime Minister material. The candidate didnt get my vote because I want someone who is interested in Penyffordd!
Cars parked opposite the garage. Cars giving respect from behind the horses giving wide berth as they pass which takes them into the middle of the road on the bend. Cars regularly come around this bend at 30 mph plus from the Wrexham side. No disaster today. All the ingredients are there though. National statistics on horse accidents are horrific.
Friday, March 09, 2007
Thursday, March 08, 2007
In the UK we have 8,300 pages of primary tax law, second only to India with 9,000. Even the US - thought by many to have one of the most complex tax regimes - has only 5,100.
Andrew Green, of accountancy firm Mizars.
This doesnt work outside Penyffordd post office........................
I went over a well raised zebra crossing today, perfect to stop speeding cars if one was constructed outside the Post Office. They definitely work.
A senior member of Northwales Police has called for more Permanent Sites. Flintshire so far has only one. He says more sites will help to stop travellers camping down on any spaces left open.
(my translation of what he said). Having done business with travellers and Irish people who live in houses (choosing my words) we find it very difficult to tell them apart on the phone. They all sound the same. I support more permanent camps as well. The alternative is more trashed fields like Rhydymywyn recently. Friction between communities and travellers with the Police in the middle getting it from both sides. By the way it's illegal to have signs in your shop or pub saying "no travellers" as of July 2006.
The roundabout at the other end at Penymynydd was left as it stood. The design of Penyffordd roundabout seems to be fine. Penymynydd is another matter, the roundabout looks like part of Bagdad Central, mangled signs, stop skid marks in grass, a knocked down fence, Tom Jones's wall is now repaired though. Its quite a large roundabout , why do people not see it?
This question the Dodo could not answer without a great deal of thought, and it sat for a long time with one finger pressed upon its forehead while the rest waited in silence.
At last the Dodo said, "Everybody has won, and all must have prizes."
from Alice's Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carol.
Wednesday, March 07, 2007
These are my thoughts.
Speed limits are put in place because many drivers do not see the potential consequences of their actions. Someone makes an error of judgement, bad luck arrives, you have a child, OAP, a bike, a horse in front of your car. You are going too fast, you are going to collide.
By warning other drivers of radar cameras you are putting off a very important modification of their driving behaviour. You get stopped or get the letter in the post. Its 3 points and a fine.
You think, well do I want any more points? It starts to get serious after 6.
The bottom line is speeders need to learn the hard way.
For their sakes and others.
North Wales Police including our PC Ian Millington plus the Arrivalive cameras were in central Penyffordd this morning to start the traffic calming of Penyffordd. Vehicle drivers have been reaching speeds in excess of 40 mph through the village as school children make there way to school. The initiative is in response to complaints by householders on Chester Road and The Vouwnog.
Their efforts were frustrated by motorists flashing one another to warn of cameras. This is very short sighted and narrow minded of them.
Tuesday, March 06, 2007
Monday, March 05, 2007
by Hugh Fearnall-Whitingstall.
If you entertain, cook and wish to see the
very rich diversity of British Life and the food
varieties, this is a series
to find. They are repeated quite often.
Hugh goes around to 2 houses who are entertaining
per programme. He helps in the kitchen beforehand
and during the meal.
About people in their 70's using online to find partners.
Their positive spirit is refreshing.
The programme turns many of the stereotypes regarding senior people on their head.
Well worth a look for a repeat.
Now here's a thing; my grandfather was Welsh (from Llanelli) and he had relatives in the north of Wales. He said that, actually, the language of north and south Wales was so materially different that the two sets of relatives had to speak to one another in English. So, this Welsh they teach in schools these days isn't actually an original Welsh language, but rather a blend of northern and southern Welsh.
I can't link to this site directly as the profanity is much.
As a person of Penyffordd and Flintshire may I say I don't want a UDP.
I don't want more people, houses, cars in Penyffordd or Flintshire.
Everywhere is getting too busy.
I don't know any individuals who want UDP.
Our political master's are foisting this upon us. ( UK and EU)
Big business must be behind all this.
They need to be told its quality of life, not how much more money they can make at our expense.
Friday, March 02, 2007
Thursday, March 01, 2007
| Beat Profile |
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