It's been quiet on this weblog again and principally, because I've been busy at work. My apologies for missing yesterday's meeting on Manston at the Winter Gardens and a few readers may have noticed that I had some flying to do of my own.
Manston has been covered in glorious detail elsewhere - see video - (Thanks to Duncan Smithson) having already added my thoughts to the debate, I really can't add more, other than opinions are visibly polarised and the bad language employed by some on other blogs, is quite unnecessary and damaging to any argument, in favour or against the airport.
Locally, here in Westgate, we are into the start of the vandalism and arson season again. A big fire at the derelict building site in Sea Road, beach-huts being broken-into, now they have been assembled for the summer and the woodwork of the blue former putting green shed at St Mildred's Bay, succumbing to a flint, rock throwing attack by four boys. In fact I spotted them and I have seen them up to destructive mischief before, so I need to have a word with our PCSO.
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My own 'small gigs' in the next week take me to Newmarket, Northampton, Southampton and Dubai; one being a little further than the others and demanding a larger aircraft to get me there. I suppose, I should offer a vote of thanks to David Moyes for single-handedly boosting the fortunes of the aerial advertising industry across the country. Next Saturday alone, I have three aircraft advertising over three separate football matches across the country but thankfully, nothing controversial this time around.
Back to work then. Have a good week all.