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7%
  
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Eddie B 7:57 Mon Sep 1
Gypsies turn up in field next to WHU's training ground. WHU - 0 v Gypsies - 2 FT
Travellers told to leave Westlands Playing Fields by Havering Council.

A set of travellers living in five caravans have been told they have until noon on Tuesday to vacate Westlands Playing Field in Chadwell Heath.

A Havering Council park protection team have been in place at the site since the group arrived on Saturday.

On Monday they were served papers saying if they did not leave by tomorrow they would be taken to court.

The occupied area is adjacent to West Ham Football Club’s training ground.

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Northern Sold 10:32 Fri Sep 12
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Fuck me B son you on Didakoi watch or something??

Eddie B 9:54 Fri Sep 12
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Residents, politicians and the authorities reacted angrily to Travellers who pitched their caravans at Queen’s Hospital two days after they were evicted from another site.

The Travellers gave the Recorder a warm welcome

Immaculate caravans, neat piles of rubbish and a warm welcome were not what I had expected when I arrived at the impromptu Travellers site behind Queen’s Hospital, but my preconceptions were clearly wrong.

Residents had told me that the group had fly-tipped and that they were scared to bring their children to play in the park they are living next to because of the family there.

The dad, Simon, who has been on the road for most of his life, gave a firm handshake and invited me to sit with him at his table. “Most people are very good to us as we’ve been in the area for the last few months,” he said.

“Our kids play in the park and get on well with the local children. I’m well- known around here. Even an undercover police officer came round asking: ‘How are you doing? Nice to see you again, Simon.’”

Simon and his family said that they had been “tarred with the same brush” when it comes to fly-tipping and they have even stopped other Travellers from dumping.

More than anything, Simon stressed that his family and other Travellers should be treated as innocent until proven guilty. “We don’t live in houses but we are still human beings like everybody else,” he explained. “But it’s getting increasingly difficult to live the life of a Traveller,” he said in desperation, as they are evicted from their spots with increasing speed. So why carry on?

“We are travelling people. We go back hundreds of years and we can’t change our lives,” he said.

But the Travellers claimed they had been “treated like animals” when they were forcibly evicted from a site they “respectfully” cared for.

Romford MP, Andrew Rosindell, went as far as to call for a law changes to “eject” Travellers quicker.

He said: “It is fundamentally wrong that they should act with such little consideration for local people.

“We cannot allow illegal occupation of land by Travellers to continue and 
robust action must be taken to set a clear example.”

Havering Council forcibly evicted the Travellers at 5.30pm from Westlands Playing Fields, in London Road, Romford, after gaining an order from Barkingside Magistrates’ Court seven hours earlier.

The park’s protection service towed the caravans to nearby Crows Lane which was deemed a safe place with no parking 
restrictions.

But Simon, a Traveller in his 50s, who was staying at the site with his family, criticised the council’s 
behaviour in moving the caravans while the men were attending the birth of a relative. He said the council caused “thousands of pounds” of damage.

“They were very rude to my family,” he said. “They moved our caravans down the road and broke our televisions because they weren’t secured. They treated us like animals.”

He added that his family would never fly-tip as they are accused of doing and they left each site as clean as they found it. They then moved on to Romford Greyhound Stadium’s overflow car park and Jutsums Park, Jutsums Lane, before moving next to the children’s play park in Oldchurch Park on the land of the Rom Valley Way hospital.

Hospital managers Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust (BHRUT) vowed to remove the Travellers “as quickly as possible” and said bollards would be installed to prevent their return.

The director of estates and facilities for hospital managers BHRUT, Jackie Nugent, said: “I would like to reassure our local residents that we are doing everything possible.”

Regulatory services cabinet member Cllr Osman Dervish added: “Those who enter and settle in our parks without authorisation must know that they will not be able to get away with such a blatant disregard of local residents amenity space.”

Eddie B 5:03 Mon Sep 8
Re: Gypsies turn up in field next to WHU's training ground. WHU - 0 v Gypsies - 2 FT
Travellers have moved onto land at Queen’s Hospital, Romford, just days after a group was evicted from Westlands Playing Fields.

Hospital managers Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust (BHRUT) confirmed that caravans moved into Oldchurch Park which surrounds the Rom Valley site yesterday.

The director of estates and facilities for BHRUT, Jackie Nugent, said the trust is working with the council and police to ensure the travellers are moved on “as quickly as possible”.

http://www.romfordrecorder.co.uk/news/travellers_move_to_queen_s_hopsital_romford_1_3762050

Shin Chan 10:44 Sun Sep 7
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Canvey has always been known as the rock, good old inbred place it is too :0)

mashed in maryland 7:58 Sun Sep 7
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My local council always give out portaloos and wheely bins to travellers on arrival.

Give being the right word, as they're ALWAYS taken with them when they leave. And then leave shit loads of rubbish and horse shit etc.

While I do sympathise a bit with them as their traditional ways of earning money are becoming a thing of the past, and there definitely ain't enough designated sites for them, they don't fucking help themselves.

Northern Sold 3:37 Sat Sep 6
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Canvey = the Rock

Dick Gozinia 3:13 Sat Sep 6
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The Island = Isle of Dogs. Not fucking Canvey

Davenport 2:04 Sat Sep 6
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Calling canvey, "the island" is fucking cringe.

Like tobys who work in my industry who called Gibraltar, GIB or "the rock"

Hermit Road 1:37 Sat Sep 6
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I like Canvey. It's like Canning Town by the sea.

Pigshead 1:33 Sat Sep 6
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They now seemed to have moved up the road to the park in Jutsums Lane!

Eddie B 7:19 Thu Sep 4
Re: Gypsies turn up in field next to WHU's training ground. WHU - 0 v Gypsies - 2 FT
Just gone past it. They're still there.

Northern Sold 1:54 Wed Sep 3
Re: Gypsies turn up in field next to WHU's training ground. WHU - 0 v Gypsies - 2 FT
http://www.echo-news.co.uk/news/11448027.Pub_shut_by_traveller_louts/?ref=mr


http://www.echo-news.co.uk/news/11447490.Furious_traders_plan_giant_barrier_to_protect_Canvey_park_from_travellers/?ref=mr

Eddie B 12:37 Wed Sep 3
Re: Gypsies turn up in field next to WHU's training ground. WHU - 0 v Gypsies - 2 FT
If it's West Ham, then it's fine by me.

The Ghost of Braderz 12:35 Wed Sep 3
Re: Gypsies turn up in field next to WHU's training ground. WHU - 0 v Gypsies - 2 FT
*walks into thread*


*looks around.. sees deals post, walks back out again*

dealcanvey 12:32 Wed Sep 3
Re: Gypsies turn up in field next to WHU's training ground. WHU - 0 v Gypsies - 2 FT
Canvey really is not as bad as everyone makes out. It is like anywhere, has it's good parts and bad. Like said below it really does have an east end feel about the place and literally everyone that lives there has roots from that part of the world. Massive West Ham following aswell. Most towns in Essex has it's estates that you would not be happy about venturing into. A vast majority of people that live on Canvey are definitely not scum. For the first time ever I actually saw Gypsies get their comeuppance last week. If that is classed as scum then so be it.

ManorParkHammer 12:31 Wed Sep 3
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Have a lie down mate, looks like you have been up a while.

Northern Sold 12:21 Wed Sep 3
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http://www.airshows.co.uk/blogs/vulcan-restoration-trust/


* chest grows with pride *

Northern Sold 12:17 Wed Sep 3
Re: Gypsies turn up in field next to WHU's training ground. WHU - 0 v Gypsies - 2 FT
The rural district of Rochford, established as the ‘Rochford Hundred’ with the coming of the Normans to England. The district is rich with history, boasting numerous medieval churches and old buildings. The ‘Mount’ at Rayleigh is the remains of the original Norman castle Motte and Bailey and the oldest parts of the ‘Old House’ in Rochford date back to 1270. In 1515 Rochford Hall became the property of Bollen (Boleyn) whose daughter, Anne, was the second wife of Henry VIII. Henry visited the hall in 1533 and frequently visited Hadleigh castle (open to the public) which was built for King Edward III and commands extensive views over Leigh Marshes and the Thames Estuary. In Canewdon the Original village stocks can still be seen today.


Still 24th of best places to live in the UK?? Did Manor Park make the top 1,000??

Northern Sold 12:16 Wed Sep 3
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Ag Ag!!! Fell into that one....

ManorParkHammer 12:15 Wed Sep 3
Re: Gypsies turn up in field next to WHU's training ground. WHU - 0 v Gypsies - 2 FT
I don't watch blood sports.

Northern Sold 12:14 Wed Sep 3
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Manor Park Olympics?? Wow ... who won the gold in the dressage??

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