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    mack chinnon wrote:
    pod wrote:
    Inform Al wrote:
    mack chinnon wrote:
    HillsidePaul wrote:
    Terrible news about one of the best pubs in Hampshire. So glad nobody was hurt.

    Lets hope it reopens soon so that Dawn and Martin can get back to doing what they do best. Running a real community pub.
    And grassing people up to the police.
    The only people scared of grasses are scum that mess up other decent peoples lives. I have no worries about reporting scum to the police.
    me neither, but I have come to the conclusion that mackchinnon just wants to play the childs game of 'I know something you don't' nananana, and quite frankly it is pathetic.
    I really hope the licencees don't let this put them off. I have just returned from somerset and spent a lovely evening in a pub where the landlord told us that when he took over, he barred 17 people in one night. It takes guts to make a stand against scum.
    I do know something you dont know.
    Also, for your information, I have not been banned I just chose not to go in the Junction along with a sizeable amount of the St Denys community who I am sure would take exception to being called scum.
    schools over, does your mummy know you are still playing on the computer.I
    never said that you had been banned, you need to spend more time on reading lessons and less playing silly games.
    pathetic sad little person, don't bother to reply, I, for one, am bored with you now.
    Best wishes to the landlord and his partner and all the decent people living in the area."
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Twenty-five firefighters tackle blaze at Southampton's Junction Inn

Pub blaze drama

Pub blaze drama

First published in Food News

A FIRE ripped through a Hampshire pub last night.

The blaze spread through the Junction Inn in Southampton and around 25 firefighters from across the city were called out.

Nobody was hurt.

The fire at the pub near St Denys train station started just before 7pm and was put out before 9pm by firefighters from St Mary's, Redbridge and Hightown as well as a special equipment unit and an aerial ladder platform.

The crews used eight breathing apparatus, three jets and two hose reels to extinguish the blaze.

The cause of the fire is not yet known.

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