Map boards in Helston could be first project for supermarket public realm cash

Falmouth Packet: Revealed: the first project planned for Helston supermarket cash Revealed: the first project planned for Helston supermarket cash

Map boards look likely to be the first project to be carried out in Helston using the £250,000 “supermarket money.”

The public realm project board, which sits regularly as part of ongoing discussions on how to spend the section 106 money given by Tesco and Sainsbury’s, believes map boards should be in place “as soon as possible,” rather than wait until the end of the consultation.

The boards would be placed in the town’s main car parks and at other key locations.

Initial proposed sites are the Guildhall behind the granite bench, the pedestrian exit of the Trengrouse Way car park, the pedestrian exit of the Tyacke Road car park, next to the ticket machine in the Old Cattle Market car park and the fairground car park near to the Porthleven Road pedestrian crossing.

There was also a suggestion of asking both supermarkets to site a map board on their grounds, to attract more people into the town centre.

Although nothing has been finalised, the suggestion is for the boards to include an A1 sized map of the town centre, an A3 sized map of Penrose, including Coronation Lake, and various supporting text to include references to Flora Day and Helston being the gateway to the Lizard Peninsula.

The town map would be based on the existing illustrated town map by Hermione Mills, commissioned by the Helston Business Improvement Partnership, while the Penrose artwork already exists with the National Trust.

There would be potential for an area map of the Lizard Peninsula to be added to the back of some of the map boards as a later phase of the project.

Giving an update to the town council, regeneration office Martin Searle said although no decisions had been taken on the design of the boards, a black frame with detailing in gold – to reflect the Cornish colours – was being considered.

The town council has agreed to apply for the necessary advertisement consent (although there will be no commercial adverts on the boards) in order to halve the application cost, to £192.50.

The cost of the boards is still being investigated with local suppliers.

The project board members have already met with a designer and Cornwall Council officer about the Discovery Map project, which has already seen boards go up in other towns such as Camborne, Penzance and Newquay.

These have been accompanied by printed maps and a website.

However, the board did not think this was the right approach for Helston, as many of the elements had already been accomplished by HBIP, including the illustrated town map and Visit Helston website.

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9:31am Thu 22 May 14

telstar1962 says...

This all sounds excellent, especially the Map Boards at Tesco and Sainsburys showing the public where Helston Town Centre is located
This all sounds excellent, especially the Map Boards at Tesco and Sainsburys showing the public where Helston Town Centre is located telstar1962
  • Score: 4

9:37am Thu 22 May 14

Gill Z Martin says...

Signage is important around a town, I am pleased these will be introduced, most tourist destination towns have similar boards which are useful.
I think they should be installed now and not deferred until the end of the consultation period.
Signage is important around a town, I am pleased these will be introduced, most tourist destination towns have similar boards which are useful. I think they should be installed now and not deferred until the end of the consultation period. Gill Z Martin
  • Score: 5

5:25pm Thu 22 May 14

Helston fly on the wall says...

"The public realm project board says they should be in place as soon as possible rather than wait until the end of the consultation period"

Good idea, get on and actually do it before the money runs out spending it on more meetings and board members, designers etc etc etc.
Still they talk, still they haven't decided, Cornish colours are being considered etc, I think this must be the slowest town to do anything positive with roughly 250 grand. We have out of date guide books with a write up in the front cover from a town manager that didn't stick around long enough to see his market stalls empty. We have a logo you never see anywhere and a never ending trail of paid staff. Good luck to the new mayor, he's going to need it when the money runs out and the public start asking where it all went and what exactly has Helston got to show for it.
"The public realm project board says they should be in place as soon as possible rather than wait until the end of the consultation period" Good idea, get on and actually do it before the money runs out spending it on more meetings and board members, designers etc etc etc. Still they talk, still they haven't decided, Cornish colours are being considered etc, I think this must be the slowest town to do anything positive with roughly 250 grand. We have out of date guide books with a write up in the front cover from a town manager that didn't stick around long enough to see his market stalls empty. We have a logo you never see anywhere and a never ending trail of paid staff. Good luck to the new mayor, he's going to need it when the money runs out and the public start asking where it all went and what exactly has Helston got to show for it. Helston fly on the wall
  • Score: 16

5:32pm Thu 22 May 14

Helston fly on the wall says...

telstar1962 wrote:
This all sounds excellent, especially the Map Boards at Tesco and Sainsburys showing the public where Helston Town Centre is located
It's only a suggestion to ask the supermarkets, doubt theyve got on and asked them yet, probably need to hire another officer first as supermarket liaison manager, at twenty thousand a year or something.
[quote][p][bold]telstar1962[/bold] wrote: This all sounds excellent, especially the Map Boards at Tesco and Sainsburys showing the public where Helston Town Centre is located[/p][/quote]It's only a suggestion to ask the supermarkets, doubt theyve got on and asked them yet, probably need to hire another officer first as supermarket liaison manager, at twenty thousand a year or something. Helston fly on the wall
  • Score: 15

12:59pm Fri 23 May 14

krazyitchkatie says...

And yet the scary thing is, in answer to the negative comments, our town is considered 'ahead/better' than a gazillion other towns throughout the country. So if you think Helston is bad....
And yet the scary thing is, in answer to the negative comments, our town is considered 'ahead/better' than a gazillion other towns throughout the country. So if you think Helston is bad.... krazyitchkatie
  • Score: -11

3:44pm Fri 23 May 14

ronedgcumbe says...

krazyitchkatie wrote:
And yet the scary thing is, in answer to the negative comments, our town is considered 'ahead/better' than a gazillion other towns throughout the country. So if you think Helston is bad....
what negative comments.
It seems like a good idea as long as the costs are sensible.
I think there was one in trengrouse way car park long time ago.
Most people honestly believe there home town is best.
[quote][p][bold]krazyitchkatie[/bold] wrote: And yet the scary thing is, in answer to the negative comments, our town is considered 'ahead/better' than a gazillion other towns throughout the country. So if you think Helston is bad....[/p][/quote]what negative comments. It seems like a good idea as long as the costs are sensible. I think there was one in trengrouse way car park long time ago. Most people honestly believe there home town is best. ronedgcumbe
  • Score: -8

9:40pm Fri 23 May 14

Helston fly on the wall says...

ronedgcumbe wrote:
krazyitchkatie wrote:
And yet the scary thing is, in answer to the negative comments, our town is considered 'ahead/better' than a gazillion other towns throughout the country. So if you think Helston is bad....
what negative comments.
It seems like a good idea as long as the costs are sensible.
I think there was one in trengrouse way car park long time ago.
Most people honestly believe there home town is best.
I think thats rich coming from you, you made negative comments on the bus shelters, and the benches and the previous mayor and the logo, and the council budget, and the whole council and the regeneration officer, and the town guide book etc etc , its a matter of opinion, and who's to say what costs are sensible. The council obviously think the bips logo is so good that's why I suppose I read on here a while back someone posted and said they're not putting it on the new notice boards. So coordinated aren't they. All that money for a logo and they don't want it on the boards. I'm not negative about the boards at all, I'm negative about how long this is all taking and how much money the regeneration officer is wasting on things like meetings. You have to pay to rent halls etc.
[quote][p][bold]ronedgcumbe[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]krazyitchkatie[/bold] wrote: And yet the scary thing is, in answer to the negative comments, our town is considered 'ahead/better' than a gazillion other towns throughout the country. So if you think Helston is bad....[/p][/quote]what negative comments. It seems like a good idea as long as the costs are sensible. I think there was one in trengrouse way car park long time ago. Most people honestly believe there home town is best.[/p][/quote]I think thats rich coming from you, you made negative comments on the bus shelters, and the benches and the previous mayor and the logo, and the council budget, and the whole council and the regeneration officer, and the town guide book etc etc , its a matter of opinion, and who's to say what costs are sensible. The council obviously think the bips logo is so good that's why I suppose I read on here a while back someone posted and said they're not putting it on the new notice boards. So coordinated aren't they. All that money for a logo and they don't want it on the boards. I'm not negative about the boards at all, I'm negative about how long this is all taking and how much money the regeneration officer is wasting on things like meetings. You have to pay to rent halls etc. Helston fly on the wall
  • Score: 11

8:50am Sat 24 May 14

ronedgcumbe says...

Helston fly on the wall wrote:
ronedgcumbe wrote:
krazyitchkatie wrote:
And yet the scary thing is, in answer to the negative comments, our town is considered 'ahead/better' than a gazillion other towns throughout the country. So if you think Helston is bad....
what negative comments.
It seems like a good idea as long as the costs are sensible.
I think there was one in trengrouse way car park long time ago.
Most people honestly believe there home town is best.
I think thats rich coming from you, you made negative comments on the bus shelters, and the benches and the previous mayor and the logo, and the council budget, and the whole council and the regeneration officer, and the town guide book etc etc , its a matter of opinion, and who's to say what costs are sensible. The council obviously think the bips logo is so good that's why I suppose I read on here a while back someone posted and said they're not putting it on the new notice boards. So coordinated aren't they. All that money for a logo and they don't want it on the boards. I'm not negative about the boards at all, I'm negative about how long this is all taking and how much money the regeneration officer is wasting on things like meetings. You have to pay to rent halls etc.
Yes sensible is a matter of opinion. But £20.000 on a couple of bus shelter that are inappropriate for a street as open and exposed to the elements as coinagehall street is in my opinion not very sensible.
The awfully logo should of been ditched when it was realised none of the idea were original or appropriate for the town and is best forgotten.
The real shame is all this money wasted by the town council on a long line of unnecessary employees.
[quote][p][bold]Helston fly on the wall[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ronedgcumbe[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]krazyitchkatie[/bold] wrote: And yet the scary thing is, in answer to the negative comments, our town is considered 'ahead/better' than a gazillion other towns throughout the country. So if you think Helston is bad....[/p][/quote]what negative comments. It seems like a good idea as long as the costs are sensible. I think there was one in trengrouse way car park long time ago. Most people honestly believe there home town is best.[/p][/quote]I think thats rich coming from you, you made negative comments on the bus shelters, and the benches and the previous mayor and the logo, and the council budget, and the whole council and the regeneration officer, and the town guide book etc etc , its a matter of opinion, and who's to say what costs are sensible. The council obviously think the bips logo is so good that's why I suppose I read on here a while back someone posted and said they're not putting it on the new notice boards. So coordinated aren't they. All that money for a logo and they don't want it on the boards. I'm not negative about the boards at all, I'm negative about how long this is all taking and how much money the regeneration officer is wasting on things like meetings. You have to pay to rent halls etc.[/p][/quote]Yes sensible is a matter of opinion. But £20.000 on a couple of bus shelter that are inappropriate for a street as open and exposed to the elements as coinagehall street is in my opinion not very sensible. The awfully logo should of been ditched when it was realised none of the idea were original or appropriate for the town and is best forgotten. The real shame is all this money wasted by the town council on a long line of unnecessary employees. ronedgcumbe
  • Score: 5

5:30pm Sat 24 May 14

Helston fly on the wall says...

ronedgcumbe wrote:
Helston fly on the wall wrote:
ronedgcumbe wrote:
krazyitchkatie wrote:
And yet the scary thing is, in answer to the negative comments, our town is considered 'ahead/better' than a gazillion other towns throughout the country. So if you think Helston is bad....
what negative comments.
It seems like a good idea as long as the costs are sensible.
I think there was one in trengrouse way car park long time ago.
Most people honestly believe there home town is best.
I think thats rich coming from you, you made negative comments on the bus shelters, and the benches and the previous mayor and the logo, and the council budget, and the whole council and the regeneration officer, and the town guide book etc etc , its a matter of opinion, and who's to say what costs are sensible. The council obviously think the bips logo is so good that's why I suppose I read on here a while back someone posted and said they're not putting it on the new notice boards. So coordinated aren't they. All that money for a logo and they don't want it on the boards. I'm not negative about the boards at all, I'm negative about how long this is all taking and how much money the regeneration officer is wasting on things like meetings. You have to pay to rent halls etc.
Yes sensible is a matter of opinion. But £20.000 on a couple of bus shelter that are inappropriate for a street as open and exposed to the elements as coinagehall street is in my opinion not very sensible.
The awfully logo should of been ditched when it was realised none of the idea were original or appropriate for the town and is best forgotten.
The real shame is all this money wasted by the town council on a long line of unnecessary employees.
Do agree, the employees are waste of money but it was the bip as well as the town council that paid people, and it was the bip that wanted a logo.
[quote][p][bold]ronedgcumbe[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Helston fly on the wall[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ronedgcumbe[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]krazyitchkatie[/bold] wrote: And yet the scary thing is, in answer to the negative comments, our town is considered 'ahead/better' than a gazillion other towns throughout the country. So if you think Helston is bad....[/p][/quote]what negative comments. It seems like a good idea as long as the costs are sensible. I think there was one in trengrouse way car park long time ago. Most people honestly believe there home town is best.[/p][/quote]I think thats rich coming from you, you made negative comments on the bus shelters, and the benches and the previous mayor and the logo, and the council budget, and the whole council and the regeneration officer, and the town guide book etc etc , its a matter of opinion, and who's to say what costs are sensible. The council obviously think the bips logo is so good that's why I suppose I read on here a while back someone posted and said they're not putting it on the new notice boards. So coordinated aren't they. All that money for a logo and they don't want it on the boards. I'm not negative about the boards at all, I'm negative about how long this is all taking and how much money the regeneration officer is wasting on things like meetings. You have to pay to rent halls etc.[/p][/quote]Yes sensible is a matter of opinion. But £20.000 on a couple of bus shelter that are inappropriate for a street as open and exposed to the elements as coinagehall street is in my opinion not very sensible. The awfully logo should of been ditched when it was realised none of the idea were original or appropriate for the town and is best forgotten. The real shame is all this money wasted by the town council on a long line of unnecessary employees.[/p][/quote]Do agree, the employees are waste of money but it was the bip as well as the town council that paid people, and it was the bip that wanted a logo. Helston fly on the wall
  • Score: 5

5:41pm Sat 24 May 14

Helston fly on the wall says...

I was told they had to use some of the money on a town manager, but all those extra staff, project manager assistant, regeneration officer, etc. Ridiculous.
I was told they had to use some of the money on a town manager, but all those extra staff, project manager assistant, regeneration officer, etc. Ridiculous. Helston fly on the wall
  • Score: 5

10:33am Sun 25 May 14

ronedgcumbe says...

Helston fly on the wall wrote:
I was told they had to use some of the money on a town manager, but all those extra staff, project manager assistant, regeneration officer, etc. Ridiculous.
Never found out where that rumour originated. It was the town councils decision to employ a tcm.
[quote][p][bold]Helston fly on the wall[/bold] wrote: I was told they had to use some of the money on a town manager, but all those extra staff, project manager assistant, regeneration officer, etc. Ridiculous.[/p][/quote]Never found out where that rumour originated. It was the town councils decision to employ a tcm. ronedgcumbe
  • Score: -3

2:22pm Sun 25 May 14

Gill Z Martin says...

I thought that originally Ron, as well, however, I was wrong, when the section106 money was agreed at the planning stages, a percentage of it was agreed for the employment of a town manager, the town council were given a presentation to promote the benefits of having a town manager, had they not employed one, that percentage of the money would not have been used in Helston. Cornwall Council as you are probably aware, were originally in receipt and control of the section 106 money prior to the agreement of transferral to the town council.
The employment of a regeneration officer is now near enough the equivalent of the employment of a town manager, and as such, justifies the continued use of the proportion of money allocated for a town centre manager.
I thought that originally Ron, as well, however, I was wrong, when the section106 money was agreed at the planning stages, a percentage of it was agreed for the employment of a town manager, the town council were given a presentation to promote the benefits of having a town manager, had they not employed one, that percentage of the money would not have been used in Helston. Cornwall Council as you are probably aware, were originally in receipt and control of the section 106 money prior to the agreement of transferral to the town council. The employment of a regeneration officer is now near enough the equivalent of the employment of a town manager, and as such, justifies the continued use of the proportion of money allocated for a town centre manager. Gill Z Martin
  • Score: 2

9:58pm Sun 25 May 14

Helston fly on the wall says...

Gill Z Martin wrote:
I thought that originally Ron, as well, however, I was wrong, when the section106 money was agreed at the planning stages, a percentage of it was agreed for the employment of a town manager, the town council were given a presentation to promote the benefits of having a town manager, had they not employed one, that percentage of the money would not have been used in Helston. Cornwall Council as you are probably aware, were originally in receipt and control of the section 106 money prior to the agreement of transferral to the town council.
The employment of a regeneration officer is now near enough the equivalent of the employment of a town manager, and as such, justifies the continued use of the proportion of money allocated for a town centre manager.
Where did you get that information from?
[quote][p][bold]Gill Z Martin[/bold] wrote: I thought that originally Ron, as well, however, I was wrong, when the section106 money was agreed at the planning stages, a percentage of it was agreed for the employment of a town manager, the town council were given a presentation to promote the benefits of having a town manager, had they not employed one, that percentage of the money would not have been used in Helston. Cornwall Council as you are probably aware, were originally in receipt and control of the section 106 money prior to the agreement of transferral to the town council. The employment of a regeneration officer is now near enough the equivalent of the employment of a town manager, and as such, justifies the continued use of the proportion of money allocated for a town centre manager.[/p][/quote]Where did you get that information from? Helston fly on the wall
  • Score: -2

12:05am Mon 26 May 14

ronedgcumbe says...

Helston fly on the wall wrote:
Gill Z Martin wrote:
I thought that originally Ron, as well, however, I was wrong, when the section106 money was agreed at the planning stages, a percentage of it was agreed for the employment of a town manager, the town council were given a presentation to promote the benefits of having a town manager, had they not employed one, that percentage of the money would not have been used in Helston. Cornwall Council as you are probably aware, were originally in receipt and control of the section 106 money prior to the agreement of transferral to the town council.
The employment of a regeneration officer is now near enough the equivalent of the employment of a town manager, and as such, justifies the continued use of the proportion of money allocated for a town centre manager.
Where did you get that information from?
Thats strange why Helston had these conditions imposed as it was a condition enforced on other towns in Cornwall in receipt of 106 money. I would also like to here where this information came.
[quote][p][bold]Helston fly on the wall[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Gill Z Martin[/bold] wrote: I thought that originally Ron, as well, however, I was wrong, when the section106 money was agreed at the planning stages, a percentage of it was agreed for the employment of a town manager, the town council were given a presentation to promote the benefits of having a town manager, had they not employed one, that percentage of the money would not have been used in Helston. Cornwall Council as you are probably aware, were originally in receipt and control of the section 106 money prior to the agreement of transferral to the town council. The employment of a regeneration officer is now near enough the equivalent of the employment of a town manager, and as such, justifies the continued use of the proportion of money allocated for a town centre manager.[/p][/quote]Where did you get that information from?[/p][/quote]Thats strange why Helston had these conditions imposed as it was a condition enforced on other towns in Cornwall in receipt of 106 money. I would also like to here where this information came. ronedgcumbe
  • Score: -2

12:06am Mon 26 May 14

ronedgcumbe says...

Sorry. Was not a condition imposed on other towns.
Sorry. Was not a condition imposed on other towns. ronedgcumbe
  • Score: -2

7:44am Mon 26 May 14

Gill Z Martin says...

ronedgcumbe wrote:
Helston fly on the wall wrote:
Gill Z Martin wrote:
I thought that originally Ron, as well, however, I was wrong, when the section106 money was agreed at the planning stages, a percentage of it was agreed for the employment of a town manager, the town council were given a presentation to promote the benefits of having a town manager, had they not employed one, that percentage of the money would not have been used in Helston. Cornwall Council as you are probably aware, were originally in receipt and control of the section 106 money prior to the agreement of transferral to the town council.
The employment of a regeneration officer is now near enough the equivalent of the employment of a town manager, and as such, justifies the continued use of the proportion of money allocated for a town centre manager.
Where did you get that information from?
Thats strange why Helston had these conditions imposed as it was a condition enforced on other towns in Cornwall in receipt of 106 money. I would also like to here where this information came.
I do not think it was a condition put on Helston, it was just a case that if they had a town manager, the money would be provided from the 106 money. I believe none of the money was stipulated at planning, to be given to Helston Town Council by Cornwall Council, it was just the town council negotiated the transferal of it at a later date.

Any information I post on here from a reliable official source, is freely available to anyone and is in the public domain.
[quote][p][bold]ronedgcumbe[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Helston fly on the wall[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Gill Z Martin[/bold] wrote: I thought that originally Ron, as well, however, I was wrong, when the section106 money was agreed at the planning stages, a percentage of it was agreed for the employment of a town manager, the town council were given a presentation to promote the benefits of having a town manager, had they not employed one, that percentage of the money would not have been used in Helston. Cornwall Council as you are probably aware, were originally in receipt and control of the section 106 money prior to the agreement of transferral to the town council. The employment of a regeneration officer is now near enough the equivalent of the employment of a town manager, and as such, justifies the continued use of the proportion of money allocated for a town centre manager.[/p][/quote]Where did you get that information from?[/p][/quote]Thats strange why Helston had these conditions imposed as it was a condition enforced on other towns in Cornwall in receipt of 106 money. I would also like to here where this information came.[/p][/quote]I do not think it was a condition put on Helston, it was just a case that if they had a town manager, the money would be provided from the 106 money. I believe none of the money was stipulated at planning, to be given to Helston Town Council by Cornwall Council, it was just the town council negotiated the transferal of it at a later date. Any information I post on here from a reliable official source, is freely available to anyone and is in the public domain. Gill Z Martin
  • Score: 2

8:23am Mon 26 May 14

Gill Z Martin says...

To put it another way Ron, as far as I remember, I think Sainsburys agreed about 400 thousand for a town manager and Tescos just another 400 thousand roughly. If Helston did not want a town manager then half of the money would subsequently be used elsewhere.
If there had been no town manager money negotiated, then I doubt approx 800 thousand would have been received or just been spent on Helston alone. They may not even have got that amount from Sainsbury's without negotiating it for a town manager (they already agreed to build the new roundabout).
I think the town council did well in getting the balance of the money transferred into their control.
To put it another way Ron, as far as I remember, I think Sainsburys agreed about 400 thousand for a town manager and Tescos just another 400 thousand roughly. If Helston did not want a town manager then half of the money would subsequently be used elsewhere. If there had been no town manager money negotiated, then I doubt approx 800 thousand would have been received or just been spent on Helston alone. They may not even have got that amount from Sainsbury's without negotiating it for a town manager (they already agreed to build the new roundabout). I think the town council did well in getting the balance of the money transferred into their control. Gill Z Martin
  • Score: 2

10:23am Mon 26 May 14

ronedgcumbe says...

I am sure I read that both supermarkets have stated that no restrictions were imposed by them on how the money was spent.
It has alway seemed strange to me where this story came from and that Helston had been treated differently from other towns in Cornwall.
I am sure I read that both supermarkets have stated that no restrictions were imposed by them on how the money was spent. It has alway seemed strange to me where this story came from and that Helston had been treated differently from other towns in Cornwall. ronedgcumbe
  • Score: 2

11:35am Mon 26 May 14

Gill Z Martin says...

There is an article from 2009, that states part of Sainbury's planning permission conditions was to contribute towards the employment of a town manager, the sum thought to be 400,000.
There is an article from 2009, that states part of Sainbury's planning permission conditions was to contribute towards the employment of a town manager, the sum thought to be 400,000. Gill Z Martin
  • Score: 3

11:50am Mon 26 May 14

Gill Z Martin says...

Random comment. In 2008, Tess Nash Chairman for UKIP Constituency Association for St Ives and the Isles of Scilly, wrote a letter to the Packet, in which she said "Sainsburys would undoubtedly be an asset to the town" she also said she did not live in Helston!
Random comment. In 2008, Tess Nash Chairman for UKIP Constituency Association for St Ives and the Isles of Scilly, wrote a letter to the Packet, in which she said "Sainsburys would undoubtedly be an asset to the town" she also said she did not live in Helston! Gill Z Martin
  • Score: 2

12:11pm Mon 26 May 14

Gill Z Martin says...

It was Kerrier district councils Mark Broomhead planning officer that said they wanted measures such as a town manager. This was in 2008 just before the unitary authority evolved in 2009.
The facts are all there in the Packet archives for those that do not agree with my comments.
It was Kerrier district councils Mark Broomhead planning officer that said they wanted measures such as a town manager. This was in 2008 just before the unitary authority evolved in 2009. The facts are all there in the Packet archives for those that do not agree with my comments. Gill Z Martin
  • Score: 3

8:38pm Mon 26 May 14

Helston fly on the wall says...

Gill Z Martin wrote:
Random comment. In 2008, Tess Nash Chairman for UKIP Constituency Association for St Ives and the Isles of Scilly, wrote a letter to the Packet, in which she said "Sainsburys would undoubtedly be an asset to the town" she also said she did not live in Helston!
Are you a Conservative?
[quote][p][bold]Gill Z Martin[/bold] wrote: Random comment. In 2008, Tess Nash Chairman for UKIP Constituency Association for St Ives and the Isles of Scilly, wrote a letter to the Packet, in which she said "Sainsburys would undoubtedly be an asset to the town" she also said she did not live in Helston![/p][/quote]Are you a Conservative? Helston fly on the wall
  • Score: -1

9:44pm Mon 26 May 14

Gill Z Martin says...

Helston fly on the wall wrote:
Gill Z Martin wrote:
Random comment. In 2008, Tess Nash Chairman for UKIP Constituency Association for St Ives and the Isles of Scilly, wrote a letter to the Packet, in which she said "Sainsburys would undoubtedly be an asset to the town" she also said she did not live in Helston!
Are you a Conservative?
With a current bank balance of £1.87 I do not think so!!

I've just voted UKIP.
[quote][p][bold]Helston fly on the wall[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Gill Z Martin[/bold] wrote: Random comment. In 2008, Tess Nash Chairman for UKIP Constituency Association for St Ives and the Isles of Scilly, wrote a letter to the Packet, in which she said "Sainsburys would undoubtedly be an asset to the town" she also said she did not live in Helston![/p][/quote]Are you a Conservative?[/p][/quote]With a current bank balance of £1.87 I do not think so!! I've just voted UKIP. Gill Z Martin
  • Score: 1

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