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[Albion] No trains for Brentford



Thunder Bolt

Ordinary Supporter
Lots of ppl are responsible for the safety of others...what about a cleaner in a hospital (virus spread diseases etc)? Just one example, there are many.
What exams does a cleaner have to take and how many?

The NHS is responsible for hiring cleaning firms so their wage is taken out of the NHS budget (which is catastrophically underfunded)
 

Moshe Gariani

Well-known member
Mar 10, 2005
12,049
Seagull Travel has been sold out for ages from Eastbourne and much of the east side of East Sussex. Areas to the west are either better served by ST or perhaps fewer fans that side want to use them. I left it too late to book ST from Eastbourne and it seems unlikely that my for-sale match ticket will ever see the exchange so thank you, rail unions. Yet another £25 or so you c***s have cost me.
Do you have access to a motorised vehicle?
 

BNthree

Plastic JCL
Sep 14, 2016
10,686
WeHo
Lots of ppl are responsible for the safety of others...what about a cleaner in a hospital (virus spread diseases etc)? Just one example, there are many.


Good point. Hospital cleaners definitely need a pay rise too. 👍
 




Camship

New member
Sep 16, 2012
27
Does anyone know, if I'm trying to get to the game from Chichester, is the best way to get the bus to Bognor and seagulls travel coach from there?
 


Bozza

You can change this
Helpful Moderator
Jul 4, 2003
55,374
Back in Sussex
Does anyone know, if I'm trying to get to the game from Chichester, is the best way to get the bus to Bognor and seagulls travel coach from there?
They have pick-ups at both Bognor and Midhurst available currently:


I guess the main concern would be the return journey - will there be a bus for the last leg to get you home?
 

Camship

New member
Sep 16, 2012
27
They have pick-ups at both Bognor and Midhurst available currently:


I guess the main concern would be the return journey - will there be a bus for the last leg to get you home?
Thanks, there are late buses from Bognor, but unfortunately apparently the coach from there has now sold out. Hoping maybe through cancellations more seats come up
 


Jul 7, 2003
8,509
Thanks, there are late buses from Bognor, but unfortunately apparently the coach from there has now sold out. Hoping maybe through cancellations more seats come up
If you haven't already, give ST a call as they will usually keep a note of any cancellations and let you know.
 

Sheebo

Well-known member
Jul 13, 2003
29,068
Live on Amazon Prime for anyone who can't face the lack of trains.
That’s NOT the spirit I’m afraid - get there, bums in seats, support the lads 👍
 


Oh_aye

Well-known member
Jul 8, 2022
1,408
I couldn't get out of a meeting in Oxfordshire tomorrow. It finishes at 3pm just outside Oxford. What odds am I getting for getting back in time?
 

Milano

Well-known member
Aug 15, 2012
3,129
Sussex but not by the sea
This strike is an ASLEF gig.
Right. That’s it for me. I supported this strike in support of the aux staff and ticket office closures and IMO the RMT were justified in their actions and as a regular train user I felt I had to suck it up. However, train drivers, f***ing seriously? Unless I’ve completely missed the point it is simply over pay? These people are on over £60k pa as it is, over double what a nurse makes, plus tons of holiday and overtime. Get in the bin. Paddington stare now from me when they pull into platforms.
 

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