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I've made an healthy contribution by sending as much water as possible to Brighouse . This is probably the second wettest day I've ever known in my 58 years but fortunately I have valleys to my west and east both that have streams heading straight to The River Calder

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1 minute ago, Wilder Bollox said:

I've made an healthy contribution by sending as much water as possible to Brighouse . This is probably the second wettest day I've ever known in my 58 years but fortunately I have valleys to my west and east both that have streams heading straight to The River Calder

Sharing water with a town full of poodles , I hope they appreciate it

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15 minutes ago, eddie said:

Sharing water with a town full of poodles , I hope they appreciate it

Poodles and puddles.

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20 minutes ago, Wilder Bollox said:

I've made an healthy contribution by sending as much water as possible to Brighouse . This is probably the second wettest day I've ever known in my 58 years but fortunately I have valleys to my west and east both that have streams heading straight to The River Calder

They have a power plant that turns shite into electricity too.

Just saying like.

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23 minutes ago, Scot said:

Watching Yorkshire on the news tonight 

I know lots of parts of the country are affected but you hope you all are safe and unaffected by the floods and weather 

Scot 

Nice one Scot, but hey you should have been there yesterday as we parted with our journey to Wembley

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Sadly the wife's work has been flooded again in Hebden Bridge, we spent this morning helping businesses to keep as watertight and safe as possible, but when the water got over the wavy steps on bridge gate the town was flooded within minutes! 

Mother nature a cruel parent!

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It was horrific earlier with the sheer speed of it all. Sowerby, Mytholmroyd, Hebden etc... getting the shafting again.

There was a video doing the rounds on Facebook earlier which was equal measure amazing and shocking at the same time - a full sized storage container pretty much floating down Burnley Road. The speed that thing was going - I just don't know how to describe it. 

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10 minutes ago, Flea said:

It was horrific earlier with the sheer speed of it all. Sowerby, Mytholmroyd, Hebden etc... getting the shafting again.

There was a video doing the rounds on Facebook earlier which was equal measure amazing and shocking at the same time - a full sized storage container pretty much floating down Burnley Road. The speed that thing was going - I just don't know how to describe it. 

I saw it too. Just shows the power of Mother Nature.

Global warming!! What global warming?

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14 minutes ago, Flea said:

It was horrific earlier with the sheer speed of it all. Sowerby, Mytholmroyd, Hebden etc... getting the shafting again.

There was a video doing the rounds on Facebook earlier which was equal measure amazing and shocking at the same time - a full sized storage container pretty much floating down Burnley Road. The speed that thing was going - I just don't know how to describe it. 

The same one that's now lodged under Elland bridge?

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35 minutes ago, dj funky said:

Big tide tonight and will be sleeping with one eye open.

It's spring tide season according to the news.  Recipe for disaster.

It would make for some good shore fishing though, where it's safe to do so. 

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10 hours ago, noelm1979 said:

The same one that's now lodged under Elland bridge?

No the one at Elland bridge is a container from heath rugby club.

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10 hours ago, Icke's Lizard said:

It's spring tide season according to the news.  Recipe for disaster.

It would make for some good shore fishing though, where it's safe to do so. 

They were on the shore fishing yesterday.

18 minutes ago, born to moan said:

Hang on Trev I'm a Briggus lad, I hate the dog botherers with a passion.

 

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2 hours ago, Wilder Bollox said:

DJ wading in the Irish Sea trying to spear cod, that would be a sight !

Never cod ,haddock if you don't mind.

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14 hours ago, Shaytrev said:

Poodles and puddles.

Raining cats and dogs. The river next to Bentos Towers was higher than Boxing Day 2015 and we were on brown alert at one point.  

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37 minutes ago, Che Bentos said:

Raining cats and dogs. The river next to Bentos Towers was higher than Boxing Day 2015 and we were on brown alert at one point.  

Ha, squeaky bum time then :)

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