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Heavy rain still causing flooding problems across Hampshire

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10 Minute Man 11:30am Tue 7 Jan 14

What a whinger in the 10:22 video ! Does she think that the "Enviromental" Agency goes clearing rivers of trees and, lol, silt, so that her riverside property can never flood ?

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southy 1:04pm Tue 7 Jan 14

This reminds me of the weather we had in the mid 60's before a heavy snow fall

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southy 3:47pm Tue 7 Jan 14

If we have a big freeze up now, the lower field in Mansel Park we become a very large ice rink, there,s about 1/4 inch of water laying on the ground though out most of the lower field, Even the football pitch that as been fence off is water-log like I said it would be. where Free and still said i was talking rubbish, well i got to say to them go and look for your self.

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freefinker 4:52pm Tue 7 Jan 14

southy wrote…


If we have a big freeze up now, the lower field in Mansel Park we become a very large ice rink, there,s about 1/4 inch of water laying on the ground though out most of the lower field, Even the football pitch that as been fence off is water-log like I said it would be. where Free and still said i was talking rubbish, well i got to say to them go and look for your self.

.. wot???
Where, when did I say what?
Never ever mentioned Mansel Part on this site; ever.

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mickey01 7:02pm Tue 7 Jan 14

what makes me laugh are the ones who choose to live beside the seaside and then complain when the water swells over their land and they complain about the sea defences .
if they looked at the maps of 100 years ago then they would see that there was a lot more land before we had these types of storms

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sass 11:04pm Tue 7 Jan 14

So, no hose-pipe ban then?

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