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  1. 4 points
    My thoughts are with a true friend Mick and all of his family. An open message from Mick’s Daughter Ang via Facebook. This is a message for the friends and family of Michael Claffey. You will be aware that Mick has had some ill health in recent weeks. At a meeting today at Lincoln County Hospital, Mick was diagnosed with cancer. Devastatingly, it is in numerous sites around his body and the prognosis is very poor. Mick is struggling with confusion at present, but the hospital staff are doing their best to make him comfortable. As a family, we will know more after further clinical meetings on Monday. We know that Mick has many friends and family members who wish him well. Please do feel free to contact us via Messenger.... Many thanks for reading this; we will do our best to keep people updated via Facebook. Ang xx
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    This is very sad news indeed- like at so many pull offs where his jovialty was present he will be sorely missed at Hull fair this weekend; my thoughts are with his family.
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    See this advertised on eBay if anyone’s got some spare time and money !
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    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Octopus-Fairground-Ride-/282696512599?hash=item41d2067457:g:YFMAAOSwcsFZ5KKq
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    So sorry to hear this very sad news. Known Mick for years dating back to our days on Lincoln south common for the april fair pull on. Best wishes and thoughts go to him.
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    My heart goes out to Mick & his family i wish Mick a full recovery true gentleman.
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    Really sorry to hear that, Ian. Have known Mick for very many years, a real gentleman.
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    terrible news, wish him all the best
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    My thoughts are with the family at this difficult time, Mick is a true gent, always a pleasure to see him on the grounds i wish him well
  11. 1 point
    I think what you personally Bill and the other mods do on a constant basis is borderline heroic. I wish there was a way to enable people to pony up the odd couple of quid here and there, gofundme, crowdfund etc, maybe collections at model shows for this forum. The price of a Macdonalds burger or Starbucks per year can't be much to ask. With you all the way Bill Diz
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    So true Steve. Especially if it's an "online" thing. Slightly off topic here, but I am proud that I have never illegally downloaded a film or music album for free. I have always paid for what I own. I only own physical DVDs and CD albums that I have paid for at a shop (or Amazon etc)! Back on topic...
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    Bill i go to Churchdown with the FHT (Dingles) every year i would only be to pleased to offer my services at churchdown i can collect donations from members who which to pay cash and i can simple forward members name and money onto you , all we would need is a simple form for said member to fill in so you know which member has paid) we can only give it a go
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    Hi Mike Many thanks for your contribution and the feedback - much appreciated!! Talking about the forum software generally: I know that I am sometimes guilty of assuming everyone has the same level of knowledge, but I am always willing to help when a difficulty is pointed out or someone asks for help. Over the years I've used a variety of methods to assist members - Detailed instructions by PM, talked members through stuff on the phone, produced screen shot tutorials, video tutorials. I've not yet failed to assist a member in doing what they want to do. As an example, there is a detailed screen shot sequence showing how to post photos, but at it's simplest it's a case of dragging and dropping the photos into a post, the software does the rest. We'd love to see the Dodgem restoration photos Specifically with regards to donations. The software ISN'T intuitive when it comes to money and I have recently trialed an add-on to simply things. Unfortunately it isn't working correctly at the moment so can't be used, but I am looking at the problem. If a member is able to send or answer a PM then they can donate. It really can be that simple. Send me a PM saying "I want to donate", I'll give you my address, you send cash or cheque and I'll do everything else. Or PM me and I can send a direct link to PayPal, simply click it and donate. Occasionally I'm handed money on a ground and again I do the rest, so it needn't be complicated. A table at Churchdown could be possible - some do already catch up with me there and donate! With regards to commercial concerns using the Rides List Again, many thanks!! All the best Bill
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