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  1. I never get a cold. Worked outside most my life and always thought as i do not mix with many people that is why i have never been struck down. But my throat is sore,my beak is running and my eyes are streaming,so i have taken to my nest. For a few days at least. It must be a strong one to catch the owl out. I have just wondered how it is in your area.Are you struck down by the virus from hell. Many maybe are laid low as perhaps a cold virus is running rampant Have you any remedies wise ones out there.Even my ears are itching. Good grief it may be a door that gave it to me,can you believe such a thing. Or maybe a supermarket trolley. Everything may be contaminated.Putting protection on. Oh,it is to late i am contaminated already. From a scientist at Cardiff University. Have you caught the virus and who gave it us.Who was the little devil who caught it first. And how did they catch it.There is a question to answer for the wise ones out there. OOPS I hope it was not me,going undercover in my nest.Pulling twigs over me and some down feathers.
  2. Hi, We have a residential parking area which is policed by wardens quite regularly. I have had a valid permit since the inception of this policy. I ndeed we were 1 of the original members of the meeting when this was being planned and took part in all discussions when decisions were being made. Monday morning a week ago, a neighbour knocked drawing our attention to the fact that my car had a PCN on windscreen, for 'not clearly displaying said permit'. As mentioned, current permit is valid and always has been. What had happened is on Sunday afternoon, day before PCN served (Monday morning, 15/09/14) , I was cleaning the dashboard of car. I had inadvertently left a cloth partially covering the permit in force. However, due to my disabilitiesdue to my disabilities, I have to take regular breaks from such tasks, as and when I am able to do. Indeed, had the warden serving PCN looked into the vehicle, he would have noticed additional cloths and sprays, in the footwell, behind the car seats and possibly on passenger seat. This is how I had to leave the car on the afternoon of Sunday, 14/09/14. Such was my exhaustion from carrying out what little of the task at hand, I had by that time completed, that I found myself unable to complete the current chore, leaving the car in the state in which it was found, at the time of PCN being served, 08.47 15/09/14, with the intention of completing the task on the day PCN served. I am asking for advice as to how to proceed in challenging the PCN bearing the above in mind and how I should word such challenge. Also, am I correct in thinking somewhere along the line, that if PCN has been issued on the above basis but not for the reason as permit being hidden due to date of expiry, that DoT have issued guidelines to local authorities for cases such as this, advising that if permit in force, then PCN should be withdrawn if and when challenged? Many thanks for reading and all advice gratefully received. francis.
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