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  1. Hi All, just wanted your opinions on this please. A local takeaway owner applied to the Local Authority for a commercial waste bin. Eventually he got one but it took a month to get it. In the meantime, two other shops allowed him to put his rubbish in their commercial bins until his was delivered. Soon after getting his bin, he was contacted by the Local Authority in which they accused him of fly-tipping as one black bag of his rubbish had been found on a local nature reserve with details of his shop inside. He says that he cannot understand how only one bag was p
  2. RAF’s legendary Dambusters squadron reforms to fly F-35 jets READ MORE HERE: https://www.gov.uk/government/news/rafs-legendary-dambusters-squadron-reforms-to-fly-f-35-jets
  3. hi, very odd situation. last night i emptied alot of rubbish in 4 black bags from the shed. folding chair, few wood handles for spade and broomstick, dinner plates, curtains. this mornig everything was gone. including the black bags with alot of old letters etc. about 30 minutes ago some dude with council clothing came and said he went through the black bags, found my letters and someone from the council will be in touch for fly tipping. i said i had the rubbish here, in my drive way. often people take rubbish espically old pc, monitors or metal items. i said
  4. Hi I've just received a letter accusing me of fly tipping and feel absolutely sick. I have to go for an interview next week. As much as a caution and I will lose my job. They have apparently found evidence with my name and my nans address on. I have never lived at my nans but have had packages delivered before when I've been at work. The place they're accusing me of fly tipping I've never even been and have had to google Maps search to find out where it is. It's nearly 40 min drive from me and 30 mins from my nans in Manchester. We've had 2 skips the last couple of mo
  5. Hello everyone... this is my first post! I hope somebody can give me some advice as I'm sick with worry. I've read and understood all the other Fly Tipping Posts but this scenario is a little different. I live on an estate and at the top of my road there's a council public waste bit. I think it's only there because it used to be a bus stop there but that service no longer runs. Anyway, over the last 2 years there has been an accumulation of black bags from residents surrounding this bin. Indeed, even the council road sweeper man leaves several bags there on his weekly round
  6. From the Guardian about my favourite plane. 'A group of British aviation enthusiasts committed to seeing Concorde fly again has revealed it has the funds to purchase one of the supersonic jets and bring it back into service within the next four years. Club Concorde, which consists of “ex-captains, ex-charterers and people passionate about Concorde” hopes to use £120m funding in reserve for its ambitious “return to flight” project.' http://www.theguardian.com/world/2015/sep/18/supersonic-breakthrough-concorde-could-fly-again-within-four-years
  7. After every flight, Qantas pilots complete a form called a "Gripe Sheet" which tells the mechanics about problems with the aircraft. The mechanics correct the problems; document their repairs on the form and the pilots then review the Gripe sheets before the next flight. Never let it be said that the ground crews lack a sense of humour. Here are some actual maintenance complaints submitted by Qantas' pilots (P) and the solutions recorded by the maintenance engineers (S) Apparently Qantas is the only major airline that has never, ever had an accident. P: Left inside
  8. Not the best of pictures, but for something the size of a fruit fly it's the best I could get. This fly has infested our chimney and they are actually coming out through the open brickwork. It's an old place 1860's and we opened up the fireplace in this ex bedroom and installed a log burner a year ago exposing the natural brickwork. My first thought was there must be a dead bird or squirrel in the chimney, but I had the people who installed the log burner back and got them to check the chimney out and there are no bodies there. As this room is on the top floor (2 story) it's und
  9. I booked a ticket on Fly.co.uk two months ago but the payment failed. I thought they had problem making the transaction, so I booked with another website. A few days later they emailed me that they noticed I had booked a same ticket with another agency. And if I did not reply that email, the flight would be canceled and I would be imposed charges. I was afraid they would charge me for not replying, so I replied to cancel the ticket. Then, they have kept emailing me to request a cancellation fee of £ 100. And now, they even request £ 112.5 (a reminder fee of £ 12.5). In this email, they sat if
  10. I have just spent £1.50 on getting a letter delivered. It is claiming that we reversed a payment for their "flexifly" service.... and demands payment, instantly. It also gives a German address (but the letter was posted in the UK, without a stamp) - and the only contact details are an email address, and a 50p a minute phone line. The date on the letter is the 5th December - and the email address is @fly-service.co.uk We had a credit card cloned this time last year, and the details on the letter (name and address) match the name and address used then - my name and address, but
  11. Dear All I am a new user, I am here because I have a problem and I was hoping here within these realms I can get some advice. In March 2012, I booked a flight with fly.co.uk. Got what I thought was a cancellation email. (my bank put a stop to it, as it was unusual activity on my account. ) Went ahead and rebooked the flight through the email. In August, I started receiving, demands for cancellation payment. I thought this was odd as I had booked the flight and used it. I replied back to their email and did not hear anything from the till October. I got ano
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