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Author Places to stay and eat at, near mines, that you would hate to lose in the current apocalypse.
Peter Burgess

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Places to stay and eat at, near mines, that you would hate to lose in the current apocalypse.
Posted: 23/03/2020 11:19:06
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ttxela wrote:


Unfortunately I have a sneaking suspicion that we might be asked to restrict/avoid taking leave when things return to normal to get business back on track.
The very same thought came to me on the way to work this morning.
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Places to stay and eat at, near mines, that you would hate to lose in the current apocalypse.
Posted: 23/03/2020 12:00:18
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Either/both of those book proposals would be wonderful, Rik, and speaking entirely selfishly, the East Cornwall Minerals Railway is a very under-researched Tamar Valley economic asset!



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50shadesofgreen

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Posted: 23/03/2020 15:34:22
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Such a complex scenario right now with risks of illness as well as threats of risks to jobs, and businesses. I saw the news reports of crowds up Snowdon and on the beaches.

I've seen myself, groups of youngsters locally setting off into the forest with booze to make camps. I think there's a real risk of those known places underground becoming daily party venues with permanent residences being established.

Should steps be taken to do things like temporarily remove the abseil ropes on the CRRT or apply some modest mud to certain holes?
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