Lake District authority Black and Grey waste facilities

barge1914

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Only just published in the last few weeks by Cumbria Tourism, so possibly not. Feel free to add them. Trying to act responsibly I tried to use the recycling centre in Ambleside, didn’t half get Moaned at by the bloke in charge…local recycling for local people…League of Gentlemen to mind
 
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That's the one thing about modern life that gets my goat on a daily basis, bleedin' interfering stoopid ass chellspeckers! :ROFLMAO:

Wouldn't mind so much if they actually worked and were remotely useful. 😝😜(n)
Do you keep horses Marie?
One of the most interesting explanations behind “gets my goat" involves racing horses. As early as the 1700s, goats were used as companion animals to help settle race horses, keeping the notoriously skittish animals relaxed. Taking a horse's pet goat away would have agitated and upset the animal, potentially influencing the outcome of a race.
 

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Do you keep horses Marie?
One of the most interesting explanations behind “gets my goat" involves racing horses. As early as the 1700s, goats were used as companion animals to help settle race horses, keeping the notoriously skittish animals relaxed. Taking a horse's pet goat away would have agitated and upset the animal, potentially influencing the outcome of a race.

The best place for a horse, unless they're working horses, is between two slices of bread. :) :devilish: 😋
 

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That's the one thing about modern life that gets my goat on a daily basis, bleedin' interfering stoopid ass chellspeckers! :ROFLMAO:

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Do you keep horses Marie?
One of the most interesting explanations behind “gets my goat" involves racing horses. As early as the 1700s, goats were used as companion animals to help settle race horses, keeping the notoriously skittish animals relaxed. Taking a horse's pet goat away wouldhere ws have agitated and upset the animal, potentially influencing the outcome of a race.
There was a beautiful Palomino Stallion near me. He was imported from Canada to be used at stud. He had a Billy Goat for company and he certainly was quite placid for a stallion. The problem was that his companion Goat was evil. It would attack anything that moved but was gentle with the horse. If I had a gun I would have shot that goat. 😄
 

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Not sure if these are already included in the WC POI map or not, couldn’t find them.
Great facility and hopefully will get taken up by other areas. But don't think the designer will win any awards like the oil disposal point at our local recycling you need to lift it shoulder high to empty
 
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