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Wight Flight

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Posted (edited)

Thread to try and make heads or tails of what we are now allowed to do.

It seems we can play golf. But only on our own or with a member of our household.

But we can meet up with one member of another household for a walk.

This isn't going to work out well.

 

Edited by Wight Flight

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Can:

Sunbathe in parks

Take unlimited exercise inc teamsports

travel by car to take exercise in another area

nothing thats wasnt already going on and becoming unpolicable IMO

oh and fines have been greatly increased for the police to give out.

Still no household mixing that needs to be strictly enforced and fined with the new fines

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1 minute ago, Wight Flight said:

I would add that angling is now allowed.

Except the closed season is March 15th to June 15th so for freshwater fishermen this is a really hollow concession.

Angling for what though?  o.O

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Posted (edited)
7 minutes ago, Wight Flight said:

 

Except the closed season is March 15th to June 15th so for freshwater fishermen this is a really hollow concession.

Stillwater venues are exempt by discretion at the owner's choice.

 

The closed season applies to rivers and (some) canals.

 

Edited by maffo

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I think some bits included purely to stop the police but at same time why allow increase in fines.

Household mixing us going on around here. Their choice until they get ill.

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Posted (edited)

They are only letting off on what was becoming unpolicable.

Im glad the fines have been greatly increaed though. 

i shall be reporting alot more household mixers 

Edited by WorkingPoor

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1 minute ago, Underwhelmed said:

what about hairdressers/barbers, they can't work from home, so they can open?

That is another thing that must be kept strictly locked down

its all about keeping that anger bubbling away ;)

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Posted (edited)
3 minutes ago, WorkingPoor said:

That is another thing that must be kept strictly locked down

its all about keeping that anger bubbling away ;)

It's about teaching us to be less vain?

Edited by sarahbell

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2 minutes ago, sarahbell said:

It's about teaching us to be less vain?

No it is about achieving the right social conditions for a mass countrywide peaceful protest.

1 minute ago, eight said:

I notice the 14 day quarantine doesn't apply to travellers from France due to a bilateral arrangement. So Eurostar to CDG and then onwards to the destination of your choice; home free on the return?

yes,

so "they" can still get to their tuscan villas this summer

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These only apply in England no real change in Wales only now you are allowed to exercise more than once a day (I've ignored that from the outset because dog) and Garden centers can open with social distancing. 

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Nothing changing in Wales. We’re not following England, which is a shame. Oh, and the Taffia are telling those from the right side of the bridge not to think about travelling to Wales  to exercise or else, “dew”.

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Just now, Battenberg said:

Nothing changing in Wales. We’re not following England, which is a shame. Oh, and the Taffia are telling those from the right side of the bridge not to think about travelling to Wales  to exercise or else, “dew”.

Any English caught this side of the border and we are going to fuck them up #SuperSpreaders 

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1 minute ago, Mr Miyagi said:

These only apply in England no real change in Wales only now you are allowed to exercise more than once a day (I've ignored that from the outset because dog) and Garden centers can open with social distancing. 

The garden centres thing is just perverse.

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1 minute ago, eight said:

The garden centres thing is just perverse.

You would not believe the shit that surrounds how dog groomers can operate. 

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If you are Scottich, stay indoors.

If you are English, stay alert when you are doing wheelies downhill.

You can sit on a park bench, but only if it's next to a tree as shown, otherwise you will be fined. (I can't think they would show a superfluous tree in the picture otherwise)

I think that's it. O.o

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Edited by Happy Renting

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2 minutes ago, eight said:

The garden centres thing is just perverse.

There are two shops in my town that does a kind of Woolworths thing. One has remained open, the other shut. Makes no sense.  

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Just now, Happy Renting said:

If you are Scottich, stay indoors.

If you are English, stay alert when you are doing wheelies downhill.

I think that's it. O.o

Untitled.jpg.9ab2ed2fa9eaa51265dc08500ba396ef.jpg

That slope looks a bit gnarly, I'd smash that on my mountain bike. 

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23 minutes ago, WorkingPoor said:

No it is about achieving the right social conditions for a mass countrywide peaceful protest.

yes,

so "they" can still get to their tuscan villas this summer

I don't think they can as France is not allowing any corss border travel

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5 minutes ago, eight said:

The garden centres thing is just perverse.

I there's one thing that typifies the whole nonsense of the lockdown it is this.

As far as I can tell, pensioners love garden centres, and they're being opened first just so that the pensioners can go there and have a nice cup of tea.

Gen Z are coming and they're increasingly pissed-off.

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