Police called to The Nightjar pub in Ferndown after 'two men suffer injuries'

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Police were called to The Nightjar Wetherspoon in Victoria Road shortly after 12.30am on Saturday morning after reports of two men suffering injuries.

However, no one has been arrested, and neither of those involved was seriously hurt.

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9:40am Mon 7 Apr 14

Lord gungedin of Ferndown says...

In other, equally dramatic news, I suffered a pimple on the end of my nose at 12.45 the same morning. I picked it, causing no real injury and I can confirm no arrests were made.
In other, equally dramatic news, I suffered a pimple on the end of my nose at 12.45 the same morning. I picked it, causing no real injury and I can confirm no arrests were made. Lord gungedin of Ferndown
  • Score: 19

10:09am Mon 7 Apr 14

kangaroo_joey says...

Echo scrapping the barrell once again for local news, im sure this happens in most pubs at the weekend, didnt know drunken brawls are news worthy for the local paper
Echo scrapping the barrell once again for local news, im sure this happens in most pubs at the weekend, didnt know drunken brawls are news worthy for the local paper kangaroo_joey
  • Score: 12

10:31am Mon 7 Apr 14

smhinto says...

Unfortunately, the Weatherspoon chain always seem to attract the lower elements of society simply because it is cheap. If one is selling pints for around the £1.90 or £2.20 one is likely to attract those on benefits and undesirables.
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I wandered into Witherspoons in Lincoln recently for a coffee and sensed a threatening atmousphere for no apprent and justifiable reason. (typical)
Unfortunately, the Weatherspoon chain always seem to attract the lower elements of society simply because it is cheap. If one is selling pints for around the £1.90 or £2.20 one is likely to attract those on benefits and undesirables. . I wandered into Witherspoons in Lincoln recently for a coffee and sensed a threatening atmousphere for no apprent and justifiable reason. (typical) smhinto
  • Score: -14

10:39am Mon 7 Apr 14

Sir Beachy Head says...

I use Wetherspoons because they are cheap and cheefull. Mainly the Moon in the Square which is staffed manily by Spaniards, sadly.
.(British jobs for British workers Gordon said !)

The one in Winton has 'old rosie' scrumpty cider on tap, 7.2% abv. I can only manage 5 pints before I feel like a punchup.
I use Wetherspoons because they are cheap and cheefull. Mainly the Moon in the Square which is staffed manily by Spaniards, sadly. .(British jobs for British workers Gordon said !) The one in Winton has 'old rosie' scrumpty cider on tap, 7.2% abv. I can only manage 5 pints before I feel like a punchup. Sir Beachy Head
  • Score: 7

12:17pm Mon 7 Apr 14

Noah Peel says...

wow,Pulitzer prize for the journo
wow,Pulitzer prize for the journo Noah Peel
  • Score: 4

12:35pm Mon 7 Apr 14

Huey says...

Fightjar
Fightjar Huey
  • Score: 7

12:48pm Mon 7 Apr 14

hooplaa says...

Daily Newspaper of the year...
Daily Newspaper of the year... hooplaa
  • Score: 3

1:59pm Mon 7 Apr 14

Lewcee says...

Not knowing the "Nightjar", Victoria Road, of a town not mentioned by the glorious Echo, I looked in my map book for Dorset, and lo, and behold, there are at present count, eleven Victoria Roads in the County. What a waste of time this rag is.
Not knowing the "Nightjar", Victoria Road, of a town not mentioned by the glorious Echo, I looked in my map book for Dorset, and lo, and behold, there are at present count, eleven Victoria Roads in the County. What a waste of time this rag is. Lewcee
  • Score: 1

3:06pm Mon 7 Apr 14

alasdair1967 says...

Wow 37 words hardly the scoop of the century ,slow news day at echo towers by any chance
Wow 37 words hardly the scoop of the century ,slow news day at echo towers by any chance alasdair1967
  • Score: 0

3:46pm Mon 7 Apr 14

O'Reilly says...

Lewcee wrote:
Not knowing the "Nightjar", Victoria Road, of a town not mentioned by the glorious Echo, I looked in my map book for Dorset, and lo, and behold, there are at present count, eleven Victoria Roads in the County. What a waste of time this rag is.
I'm sure it is the one in Ferndown......no thanks to the Echo though.
[quote][p][bold]Lewcee[/bold] wrote: Not knowing the "Nightjar", Victoria Road, of a town not mentioned by the glorious Echo, I looked in my map book for Dorset, and lo, and behold, there are at present count, eleven Victoria Roads in the County. What a waste of time this rag is.[/p][/quote]I'm sure it is the one in Ferndown......no thanks to the Echo though. O'Reilly
  • Score: -1

4:18pm Mon 7 Apr 14

alasdair1967 says...

O'Reilly wrote:
Lewcee wrote:
Not knowing the "Nightjar", Victoria Road, of a town not mentioned by the glorious Echo, I looked in my map book for Dorset, and lo, and behold, there are at present count, eleven Victoria Roads in the County. What a waste of time this rag is.
I'm sure it is the one in Ferndown......no thanks to the Echo though.
In all fairness to the daily echo read the headline !
[quote][p][bold]O'Reilly[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lewcee[/bold] wrote: Not knowing the "Nightjar", Victoria Road, of a town not mentioned by the glorious Echo, I looked in my map book for Dorset, and lo, and behold, there are at present count, eleven Victoria Roads in the County. What a waste of time this rag is.[/p][/quote]I'm sure it is the one in Ferndown......no thanks to the Echo though.[/p][/quote]In all fairness to the daily echo read the headline ! alasdair1967
  • Score: 3

9:04pm Mon 7 Apr 14

O'Reilly says...

alasdair1967 wrote:
O'Reilly wrote:
Lewcee wrote:
Not knowing the "Nightjar", Victoria Road, of a town not mentioned by the glorious Echo, I looked in my map book for Dorset, and lo, and behold, there are at present count, eleven Victoria Roads in the County. What a waste of time this rag is.
I'm sure it is the one in Ferndown......no thanks to the Echo though.
In all fairness to the daily echo read the headline !
I apologise for my faux pas......I will now sit on the naughty stool. ;-)
[quote][p][bold]alasdair1967[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]O'Reilly[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lewcee[/bold] wrote: Not knowing the "Nightjar", Victoria Road, of a town not mentioned by the glorious Echo, I looked in my map book for Dorset, and lo, and behold, there are at present count, eleven Victoria Roads in the County. What a waste of time this rag is.[/p][/quote]I'm sure it is the one in Ferndown......no thanks to the Echo though.[/p][/quote]In all fairness to the daily echo read the headline ![/p][/quote]I apologise for my faux pas......I will now sit on the naughty stool. ;-) O'Reilly
  • Score: 0

9:29pm Mon 7 Apr 14

alasdair1967 says...

O'Reilly wrote:
alasdair1967 wrote:
O'Reilly wrote:
Lewcee wrote:
Not knowing the "Nightjar", Victoria Road, of a town not mentioned by the glorious Echo, I looked in my map book for Dorset, and lo, and behold, there are at present count, eleven Victoria Roads in the County. What a waste of time this rag is.
I'm sure it is the one in Ferndown......no thanks to the Echo though.
In all fairness to the daily echo read the headline !
I apologise for my faux pas......I will now sit on the naughty stool. ;-)
Don't fall off it and injury yourself might be deemed worthy of a 38 word news report !
[quote][p][bold]O'Reilly[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]alasdair1967[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]O'Reilly[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lewcee[/bold] wrote: Not knowing the "Nightjar", Victoria Road, of a town not mentioned by the glorious Echo, I looked in my map book for Dorset, and lo, and behold, there are at present count, eleven Victoria Roads in the County. What a waste of time this rag is.[/p][/quote]I'm sure it is the one in Ferndown......no thanks to the Echo though.[/p][/quote]In all fairness to the daily echo read the headline ![/p][/quote]I apologise for my faux pas......I will now sit on the naughty stool. ;-)[/p][/quote]Don't fall off it and injury yourself might be deemed worthy of a 38 word news report ! alasdair1967
  • Score: 0

11:33pm Mon 7 Apr 14

Tictock says...

Well, it was raining today and they don't like getting wet in the reporters room do they?
Well, it was raining today and they don't like getting wet in the reporters room do they? Tictock
  • Score: 0

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