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Either we have better eysight than most, or our technological ability is better than we thought.

Just click on the post fellas, and if you still can't see it, you must go to Specsavers.
Well done Penzance, that's a history to be proud of !! 😁 👍

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42 minutes ago, We Two said:

Either we have better eysight than most, or our technological ability is better than we thought.

Just click on the post fellas, and if you still can't see it, you must go to Specsavers.
Well done Penzance, that's a history to be proud of !! 😁 👍

I do go to specsavers and can't see it .

Should have gone to vision express !

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1 hour ago, mattelot said:

I do go to specsavers and can't see it .

Should have gone to vision express !

All we did Mattelot was to click on the image, and when the magnifying symbol with a + on it came up we pressed again and you could read it from a distance, even without specsavers glasses.
Keep pressing on and good luck worth the read.👍

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13 minutes ago, We Two said:

All we did Mattelot was to click on the image, and when the magnifying symbol with a + on it came up we pressed again and you could read it from a distance, even without specsavers glasses.
Keep pressing on and good luck worth the read.👍

Oh yeah ! 😁

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The lesson to be learned from the Mirror report, is that much of the money used to build the facility ,was raised by people who WANTED to succeed and were prepared to put their back in to working to see that it happened.
Too many appear to want either large grants or rich backers to further their aims, while at the same time overlooking the golden opportunity that presents itself every year when tens of thousands of holiday makers are in Cornwall looking for somewhere to spend their hard earned cash.
Interesting in the report that some of the income was shared with the Scouts who helped to co ordinate the collection of waste paper, another great idea to share the spoils with a joint effort with another local organisation, which at the same time helps both parties overcome the helpers situation.
This sort of partnership was the norm years ago, but we seem to have developed in to an insular society with a them and us attitude that dismisses the very thought of asking others to work together with us.
How often have we said " roll on next season '' without a thought about the work needed to be done by a club between seasons, and this is where partnerships can flourish with financial benefits to both the parties concerned.     Travelling expences may not be such a big issue then.
We can learn a lot from past experiences, if only we allow ourselves to.
Try working together with another group, you may even get a pleasant suprise.

 

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