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If you have any interest in: Ufology, Paranormal, Angling, Paganism, the Eco-system and general controversy then this may just be the place for you. I am a published author of books concerning these particular topics...


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Wednesday, 24 August 2016

More vandalism in Woodvale outside the Sandbrook Way Church



















A St  John Stones Church activist contacted OTS News with the following information ...

“Concrete blocks from the residents’ wall have been dislodged by vandals on either Sunday or Monday night and thrown onto the wasteland between St John Stone Church and Sandbrook Road/Way flats.”

















Did you see any antisocial activity in this area?

































The Church states that it is holding an “open meeting in the parish hall at 2.00 pm on 1st September.”

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Sunday, 21 August 2016

Southport's Marine Lake being marred by graffiti



















Vandalism continues around the Marine Lake. Not a pretty sight for residents or visitors to the resort to be greeted with.



The pictures in this article were all taken on 21st August 2016.



















The lake forms an attractive focal point for many people.


































The old place deserves better than this.






















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Saturday, 20 August 2016

Southport Flower Show, 20th August - Day 3

















Today's event was not quite as wet as yesterday's and blue skies showed at times.




















Jonathan Marshall with his horses and falcons proved popular once again.



















The Stunt Monkey team doing their fantastic thing again - thanks to Kyle for this following video clip.


Always good to see the big horses in action too - thanks to Laura for this charming following shot.

Things are mega BIG at the show... 


Wack’s Wicked Plants win a gold award at the Southport Flower Show. 

Wack’s Wicked Plants is a North-Yorkshire based carnivorous plant outlet run by Peter Walker (Wack) and his wife Helleentje. Wack’s is a fairly new company, visiting shows and fairs around the county but they now are responding to  customers’ requests and also selling  online. http://wackswickedplants.co.uk/

Plenty of action for most of the stall holders at the show too.









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Friday, 19 August 2016

Southport Flower Show 2016 – the second day
















The 19th  August 2016 saw a very wet and dull flower show, not at all like yesterday’s sun-filled event.

http://pat-regan.blogspot.co.uk/2016/08/southport-flower-show-2016.html

Seats remained empty for much of the time as the crowds stayed away, due to the bad weather.

Nevertheless, as they say, ‘The show must go’ on and it certainly did! 


One on the most amazing highlights of the show was the fantastic Stunt Monkey motorcycle team with their death-defying stunts. 

















Stunt Monkey is a motorcycle stunt team with over 10 years combined experience in show day entertainment. Their display consists of 2 of Britain’s best trials stunt riders and a professional comedian commentator. http://www.stuntmonkey.co.uk/ 

























The Stunt Monkey team with one very happy fan. 








 No sign of Gene Kelly but still some 'Singin' in the rain' was heard. 

















The dogs had no worries about a drop of rain. 























Thursday, 18 August 2016

Southport Flower Show - 2016




The Southport Flower Show was opened by celebrity chef Ainsley Harriott this morning (18 August).


Thousands of visitors attended the annual floral event at the resort's Victoria Park. It's being promoted as the largest independent flower show in the country.





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TV gardener Carol Klein was also on hand to answer questions. 





















Fantastic displays as usual. 




















Flamenco dancer in action.



Jonathan Marshall with his falcons presented a brilliant display. 

There are always a few clowns about as well. 

No show is complete without old Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. 


The weather was kind and everyone seemed to have an enjoyable day. 

Pat Regan ©