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Re: Prawn Butties.
Post Sun May 20, 2018 12:25 pm
Posted by Peter Kay on Sun May 20, 2018 12:25 pm
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Who cares. Widnes would have put a cricket score against them today. Good job they have 5 year plan to get SL because it wont be happening this year.

You care as you have commented. Widnes would put a cricket score past leigh too
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Re: Prawn Butties.
Post Sun May 20, 2018 5:41 pm
Posted by Harold Rigby Jnr on Sun May 20, 2018 5:41 pm
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Used to bring our own, until the 'food police' cracked down on it, at the turnstiles. Now we just bring loud fireworks and an irritating drum! But, pleasurable as the fireworks and drum are, you can never replace the prawn butties! :( :wink:


I made my feelings very clear to Mr Beaumont on that score. They told me I could no longer bring my Hot flask of Vegetable Soup in to keep warm on a freezing afternoon in February. I was livid beyond belief when they told me I could purchase the 'Contents of my flask at the Kiosk' - Hot soup?

Anyway me and my hot soup were no longer welcome and immediately banned,a rigid new stewarding policy was then implemented requiring a body search on all over 85s for warm flasks and Lancashire Cheese sarnies, only resulting in a young Featherstone supporter's dangerous selection of fireworks walking in A OK !

They did not meet the LSV Hot Flask Character profiling for a body search sadly. A pity that.
Re: Prawn Butties.
Post Sun May 20, 2018 8:30 pm
Posted by Alan on Sun May 20, 2018 8:30 pm
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Harold Rigby Jnr wrote:
I made my feelings very clear to Mr Beaumont on that score. They told me I could no longer bring my Hot flask of Vegetable Soup in to keep warm on a freezing afternoon in February. I was livid beyond belief when they told me I could purchase the 'Contents of my flask at the Kiosk' - Hot soup?

Anyway me and my hot soup were no longer welcome and immediately banned,a rigid new stewarding policy was then implemented requiring a body search on all over 85s for warm flasks and Lancashire Cheese sarnies, only resulting in a young Featherstone supporter's dangerous selection of fireworks walking in A OK !

They did not meet the LSV Hot Flask Character profiling for a body search sadly. A pity that.


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Many a true word!

My young grandson was stopped at the turnstile at Featherstone yesterday. He was carrying his 'hoodie' to avoid suspicion, but had his bottle of Lucozade wrapped in it. The steward duly found said bottle and then pronounced it fine to take in with him. A bit of common sense prevailed.

I've tried telling the missus that, entering the LSV, wearing a body belt containing food & drink, is likely to arouse suspicion, and I'd rather go hungry and thirsty for eighty minutes! :wink:
Re: Prawn Butties.
Post Sun May 20, 2018 9:03 pm
Posted by RoyBoy29 on Sun May 20, 2018 9:03 pm
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Harold Rigby Jnr wrote:
I made my feelings very clear to Mr Beaumont on that score. They told me I could no longer bring my Hot flask of Vegetable Soup in to keep warm on a freezing afternoon in February. I was livid beyond belief when they told me I could purchase the 'Contents of my flask at the Kiosk' - Hot soup?

Anyway me and my hot soup were no longer welcome and immediately banned,a rigid new stewarding policy was then implemented requiring a body search on all over 85s for warm flasks and Lancashire Cheese sarnies, only resulting in a young Featherstone supporter's dangerous selection of fireworks walking in A OK !

They did not meet the LSV Hot Flask Character profiling for a body search sadly. A pity that.


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Re: Prawn Butties.
Post Thu May 24, 2018 6:19 pm
Posted by TV BOY on Thu May 24, 2018 6:19 pm
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Reading the Q&A for Saturday at Bloomfield Rd and there you are allowed a butty box with a packed lunch. Our ground is run by Nazis.
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