Paul W. H

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About Paul W. H

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  • Birthday 05/12/49
  1. You may be right, but, I cannot see the day when Agricultural Vehicles, Heavy Goods Vehicles & Light Goods Vehicles are being powered by petrol engines, to my mind the humble motor car/bike represents a very small source of pollution when you add aircraft and shipping into the above mix. Surely you sort the biggest polluters out first then move on to the next.
  2. No problem. I don't think it is the wheelchair users themselves trying to get to the front, it the "Politically Correct", "Jobsworths" & "Do Gooders" that want them out the way together to make life easier for "THEM".
  3. That could be you one day. Paul W. H (Blue Badge Holder)
  4. Lets hope they can sort out the other issue of "Postage & Packing" charges or will these increase to cover the Credit Card "Loss".
  5. In a nut shell "No" as disabled people fall into many categories, some need wheelchair access, some just need a lift, some need space to get out of their car etc. If you need a Disabled Cabin that is a different question.
  6. Add to the mix that has already been discussed above, the disabled, who can arrive in a variety of vehicles that all need to be parked near a lift so this will also affect the loading and this cannot always be pre-planed as Brittany Ferries will be unaware until check-in that this service is required.
  7. Dublin, Lisbon, Irish Sea, Bay of Biscay, not for me on a full stomach in the middle of winter. It's a Shame, enjoyed Rouen and Antwerp over the years on Bretagne and Pont Aven.
  8. Yes agree, but, when Operation Stack is "ON" very many trucks, vans and cars use the M2 and the A229 to avoid the M20 and try to pass the hold ups to get to the front.
  9. I could not agree more, however the problem is that that there are no services between the M20 Hythe turn off and Dover and all the layby's have been closed, so no fuel, toilets, food or drinks. During "Operation Stack" most truckers had "supplies", but here we are talking about many young children and babies. I would be very angry no matter who was at fault.
  10. I could not agree more, however the problem is that that there are no services between the M20 Hythe turn off and Dover and all the layby's have been closed, so no fuel, toilets, food or drinks. During "Operation Stack" most truckers had "supplies", but here we are talking about many young children and babies. I would be very angry no matter who was at fault.
  11. Spot on Cabin-boy.
  12. Spot on Cabin-boy.
  13. Thanks Tony
  14. Thanks Tony
  15. Anyone found anything official on the Brittany Ferries website about the 2016/7 Festive Cruise yet ?