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    Planning application for new training ground facilities

    That was what was said at the meeting/presentation. The new building will be constructed in front of the old one, then when the transfer of facilities is complete the old building will be demolished and that area will become a car park. It was also said that 'services' would also be put in place...
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    'Cans for City' - revived

    That's only what we've collected at SJP since 9th Feb, there are a couple of other sources that go directly to ECC, but get credited to Cans4City.
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    'Cans for City' - revived

    15 Dumpy bags filled and ready to go next week. Thanks to everyone who has contributed, be that just a couple of cans or bags & bags of them!
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    Exeter City's pasties

    Here, here fbh, definitely a huge step up taste wise from the old ones and certainly better value.
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    Planning application for new training ground facilities

    If it's that easy then it's over to you then TVR to organise, after all you have the 'experience'. I have other things to do with the rest of my live and already spend a fair bit of my time sorting and storing cans. Cans4City is primarily a, 'local to Exeter area' scheme, if for no other reason...
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    Rob Edwards joins Watford

    He wouldn't fit in at FGR as i saw him once eating a pure 100% beef burger with bacon, so not 'pure' enough for Mrs Vince's little lad!
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    League 1 News 22-23

    If the EFL act in line with the speed they react to other things then possibly they'll have opened the email by Christmas 2024! Don't hold your breath though Northampton Town.
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    'Cans for City' - revived

    Ah but g-n-h, as that well known saying goes; "Every little helps". Take care of the 'carrier bags' [pennies] and the bin liners [pounds] will take care of themselves!
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    'Cans for City' - revived

    IF his wage is anywhere near that reported - £10k pw, then on the figures below we'd need to be recycling over 10 tons per week, or approx 500,000 cans per week! Get drinking then Hants!
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    'Cans for City' - revived

    Although our collecting year is end of season to end of season, our financial year fits in with ECC as it's they who buy the cans off of us. As such our figures for 1/4/2021 - 31/3/2022 are very encouraging; Total weight of cans collected was 5081kg which is just over 5 tons or roughly 284,536...
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    'Cans for City' - revived

    Adam, Many thanks for the cans, they'll only be at SJP for a short time as we're planning the next collection by ECC for the end of May. If you drop them off by collecting cage in the recycling area in Red Square, then i'll find a home for them when i come into SJP around 1230/1pm. If you're...
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    Grecians - are you an MK Dons supporter for one day ?

    Well an 'assist' is just as good, unless you live in Arizona of course!
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    Old Well St steps entrance.

    Having looked at it pre SASS construction, it was very narrow with no place for any form of ticket booth/turnstiles at the bottom, as it goes straight onto the road as mentioned, or at the top because it came straight onto the end terrace, just next to where the old First Aid/Security cabins &...
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    Copa90 St James park Matchday review

    He speaks as fast as the T&C people do on radio adds!
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    Old Well St steps entrance.

    Your question & my answer posted at the same time - spooky!!!
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    Old Well St steps entrance.

    Somebody mentioned to me the other day that these steps were closed in 1971, post the Ibrox Park disaster as they were deemed to be too steep for safety.
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    Old Well St steps entrance.

    There was reference to these steps in a recent posting but, as i can't be bothered to search for it, please excuse it having it's own thread. It's interesting that the doorways are still there and the steps, albeit as a dumping ground for rubble, were still there until the demolition of the OG...
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    The Pitch

    Collector's items surely!
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    Former Players

    Ryan Loft scored Rovers 3rd against PV today.
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    'Cans for City' - revived

    No apologies necessary, i just hope that you're knowledge of ECFC has been increased as a result. As Bridgy 81 states, there are many ECFC Supporters Groups involved in fundraising, all year long, for many various projects. Cans4City is just one on these groups, the only difference being that we...
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