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Paul T19/02/2020 13:16:16
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HMS Prince of Wales due in Liverpool on 28th Feb for a week long visit..

The local pubs have been put on standby and everything not bolted down has been removed from the ship before  the public going onboard on the 29th.


Edited By Paul T on 19/02/2020 13:20:17

Ray Wood 219/02/2020 15:24:44
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Nice One Paul,

The guys & galls here in the office liked that one, wheels off the helicopters??

Regards Ray

Paul T19/02/2020 18:32:32
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Hi Ray

Helicopters should be wheels off or they might be on bricks by the 1st of March


David Marks 119/02/2020 19:34:22
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You blokes are bit out of date. Since Liverpool was made a City of Culture in (I think) 2008, when you return to your car and find the wheels have been nicked, you find that it is sitting on a pile of books as opposed to bricks. This means that you have something to read whilst awaiting the AA, RAC etc to arrive with a replacement set.

Colin Bishop19/02/2020 19:51:59
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I have seen that all tickets to visit PoW have been sold. This is the first opportunity for the public to visit one of the new carriers so well worth while if you have the chance.

Hopefully we might get a chance down South at Portsmoth where the carriers are based before too long.


neil howard-pritchard21/02/2020 00:21:33
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what time is she due in Paul.....

Paul T23/02/2020 11:48:22
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Hi Neil

Sorry to say that I don't know but I presume it will be something to do with a rising tide or whenever the pubs open


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