Molly’s Den at West Howe can trade for three years, council decides

Carlie O’Neill

Carlie O’Neill

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A VINTAGE warehouse that opened without planning permission has been given temporary consent for three years.

Members of Bournemouth’s planning board went against the advice of their planning officer to allow Molly’s Den in Francis Avenue, West Howe, to continue trading for three years.

After that time the site will revert back to its original use, which is for “general industry”.

Dean Souter, director at Molly’s Den, said he was “over the moon” with the decision and said they now planned to expand the Molly’s Den brand.

Cllr David Kelsey, chairman of the planning board, said: “This decision still gives the industrial site the ability to go back to its correct use if the economic climate changes.

“I also asked for him to take into consideration the other residents that are already on that site and re-mark the parking spaces, put up more signage and not to encroach on other spaces.

“There hasn’t been anyone else interested in taking the site forward as an industrial unit and it was felt it was more beneficial to have it than not to have it.”

Carlie O’Neill, associate director at Tanner and Tilley, who represented Molly’s Den, said: “This result is great for a thriving local business much loved by many. We are pleased to have achieved a great approval for our client and very much look forward to working with them on future sites.”

Mr Souter said: “We are over the moon with this great result and huge thanks to Tanner and Tilley Town Planning for achieving this great result – a unanimous vote against officer’s refusal.

“We are expanding the Molly’s Den brand, with 10 new sites in the pipeline, with New Milton having been open six weeks and sites upcoming in Worthing, Winchester and London.”

• Investigation by council

New Forest District Council has confirmed it is investigating the new Molly’s Den emporium in New Milton to check whether it has the appropriate planning permission.

The vintage emporium opened at the Queensway industrial estate last month, featuring stalls from 250 traders, a tea room and a children’s play bus.

Founder Dean Souter said: “Our core trade is to traders – that’s about 85 per cent of our business. The rest is the public. We don’t want to be a retail outlet.”

A council spokesperson said there appeared to be a breach of planning control.

“We are intending to carry out a detailed site visit as soon as we can and, if possible, meet the operator of the premises. Enforcement action remains a possibility.”

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7:53am Mon 28 Apr 14

master plan says...

Does it matter if they keep that site for as long as they like?
Cllr David Kelsey haven't you noticed over the last five years or so the amount of industrial units being built and not been used?
Yes we've had a tough times but limiting a planing time on a successful business is a joke.
People come from far and wide bring money into the area if you was to refuse them in years to come we be losing out!
Does it matter if they keep that site for as long as they like? Cllr David Kelsey haven't you noticed over the last five years or so the amount of industrial units being built and not been used? Yes we've had a tough times but limiting a planing time on a successful business is a joke. People come from far and wide bring money into the area if you was to refuse them in years to come we be losing out! master plan
  • Score: 15

8:42am Mon 28 Apr 14

BarrHumbug says...

If the place is a danger to the public then wouldn't the planning office have been able to shut them down on safety grounds? Something I am sure they would have done if they wanted to stop them from trading?

I think common sense has prevailed, forcing a business to close in favour of an empty unit is crazy. I'm not so sure New Forest District Council will be so accommodating though?
If the place is a danger to the public then wouldn't the planning office have been able to shut them down on safety grounds? Something I am sure they would have done if they wanted to stop them from trading? I think common sense has prevailed, forcing a business to close in favour of an empty unit is crazy. I'm not so sure New Forest District Council will be so accommodating though? BarrHumbug
  • Score: 15

9:13am Mon 28 Apr 14

steve518 says...

Vintage, the new word for second hand tat !!!
Vintage, the new word for second hand tat !!! steve518
  • Score: 7

1:00pm Mon 28 Apr 14

High Treason says...

I went there last summer and the place was a giant car boot sale. The upper floors were overbearingly hot and with no visible means of escape in case of a fire. There was even a cafe! on the upper floor, I assume it has all the necessary hygiene certificates. At least with general industry the factory's act comes into force. Let us see the fire service report into the safety for use by the general public. No one wants to prevent others from earning a living but look out for the "council should have done something" comments after a problem.
I went there last summer and the place was a giant car boot sale. The upper floors were overbearingly hot and with no visible means of escape in case of a fire. There was even a cafe! on the upper floor, I assume it has all the necessary hygiene certificates. At least with general industry the factory's act comes into force. Let us see the fire service report into the safety for use by the general public. No one wants to prevent others from earning a living but look out for the "council should have done something" comments after a problem. High Treason
  • Score: -8

2:05pm Mon 28 Apr 14

jinglebell says...

Recycled materials is all the rage not just because of fashion but because its affordable in these austere time, so I'm really pleased to see Molly's remain. Its just a shame that so many empty factory units remain.
In New York you could rent a disused warehouse or factory and turn it into a flat, shame we can't do that in B'mth.
Recycled materials is all the rage not just because of fashion but because its affordable in these austere time, so I'm really pleased to see Molly's remain. Its just a shame that so many empty factory units remain. In New York you could rent a disused warehouse or factory and turn it into a flat, shame we can't do that in B'mth. jinglebell
  • Score: 9

2:28pm Mon 28 Apr 14

crazybird says...

Common sense has prevailed - why shut down a place that is providing a service that obviously people are using, the place is always busy, and the small traders are able to try and find their feet with a stall at Molly's. There are clearly marked fire exits for the people that are moaning. If you don't like the place, don't go there ... it's that simple. No one is forcing you to go in there! Looking forward to more Molly's Dens' opening up in the future.
Common sense has prevailed - why shut down a place that is providing a service that obviously people are using, the place is always busy, and the small traders are able to try and find their feet with a stall at Molly's. There are clearly marked fire exits for the people that are moaning. If you don't like the place, don't go there ... it's that simple. No one is forcing you to go in there! Looking forward to more Molly's Dens' opening up in the future. crazybird
  • Score: 5

5:49pm Mon 28 Apr 14

middle aged woman says...

I'm glad they have been given a reprieve, there are other retail outlets on the site, the plumbing merchants as you enter it for a start. Let them stay as long as they like!
I'm glad they have been given a reprieve, there are other retail outlets on the site, the plumbing merchants as you enter it for a start. Let them stay as long as they like! middle aged woman
  • Score: -3

5:52pm Mon 28 Apr 14

pete woodley says...

High Treason wrote:
I went there last summer and the place was a giant car boot sale. The upper floors were overbearingly hot and with no visible means of escape in case of a fire. There was even a cafe! on the upper floor, I assume it has all the necessary hygiene certificates. At least with general industry the factory's act comes into force. Let us see the fire service report into the safety for use by the general public. No one wants to prevent others from earning a living but look out for the "council should have done something" comments after a problem.
The publics safety comes first.
[quote][p][bold]High Treason[/bold] wrote: I went there last summer and the place was a giant car boot sale. The upper floors were overbearingly hot and with no visible means of escape in case of a fire. There was even a cafe! on the upper floor, I assume it has all the necessary hygiene certificates. At least with general industry the factory's act comes into force. Let us see the fire service report into the safety for use by the general public. No one wants to prevent others from earning a living but look out for the "council should have done something" comments after a problem.[/p][/quote]The publics safety comes first. pete woodley
  • Score: 1

6:42pm Mon 28 Apr 14

master plan says...

steve518 wrote:
Vintage, the new word for second hand tat !!!
Well you may say that but I bought a unit from a similar store a few months back for £100 last week I sold it for near on £1000!
mmmm really second hand tat
Paid for my holiday
[quote][p][bold]steve518[/bold] wrote: Vintage, the new word for second hand tat !!![/p][/quote]Well you may say that but I bought a unit from a similar store a few months back for £100 last week I sold it for near on £1000! mmmm really second hand tat Paid for my holiday master plan
  • Score: 2

6:43pm Mon 28 Apr 14

poolebabe says...

I think the idea of molly's den is a good one. I'm glad they won some extra time. We should support local business and jobs, not slate them.
I think the idea of molly's den is a good one. I'm glad they won some extra time. We should support local business and jobs, not slate them. poolebabe
  • Score: 3

7:08pm Mon 28 Apr 14

ctrewyou says...

High Treason wrote:
I went there last summer and the place was a giant car boot sale. The upper floors were overbearingly hot and with no visible means of escape in case of a fire. There was even a cafe! on the upper floor, I assume it has all the necessary hygiene certificates. At least with general industry the factory's act comes into force. Let us see the fire service report into the safety for use by the general public. No one wants to prevent others from earning a living but look out for the "council should have done something" comments after a problem.
There was even a cafe! Wow, a cafe! I went to sainsburys last week, and you know what, they have a cafe too! Brilliant! I didnt notice any fire escapes there, we demand to see them! The place was a death trap.
Why do some people have it in for this kind of place? It's really good. I suppose people are real fans of the Council and their regulations.
[quote][p][bold]High Treason[/bold] wrote: I went there last summer and the place was a giant car boot sale. The upper floors were overbearingly hot and with no visible means of escape in case of a fire. There was even a cafe! on the upper floor, I assume it has all the necessary hygiene certificates. At least with general industry the factory's act comes into force. Let us see the fire service report into the safety for use by the general public. No one wants to prevent others from earning a living but look out for the "council should have done something" comments after a problem.[/p][/quote]There was even a cafe! Wow, a cafe! I went to sainsburys last week, and you know what, they have a cafe too! Brilliant! I didnt notice any fire escapes there, we demand to see them! The place was a death trap. Why do some people have it in for this kind of place? It's really good. I suppose people are real fans of the Council and their regulations. ctrewyou
  • Score: -1

7:36pm Mon 28 Apr 14

pete woodley says...

ctrewyou wrote:
High Treason wrote:
I went there last summer and the place was a giant car boot sale. The upper floors were overbearingly hot and with no visible means of escape in case of a fire. There was even a cafe! on the upper floor, I assume it has all the necessary hygiene certificates. At least with general industry the factory's act comes into force. Let us see the fire service report into the safety for use by the general public. No one wants to prevent others from earning a living but look out for the "council should have done something" comments after a problem.
There was even a cafe! Wow, a cafe! I went to sainsburys last week, and you know what, they have a cafe too! Brilliant! I didnt notice any fire escapes there, we demand to see them! The place was a death trap.
Why do some people have it in for this kind of place? It's really good. I suppose people are real fans of the Council and their regulations.
If someone broke the planning regs next to your house,and used it as a scrap yard,or workshops you would not mind.course you would,thats what planning laws are for and also fire regs.
[quote][p][bold]ctrewyou[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]High Treason[/bold] wrote: I went there last summer and the place was a giant car boot sale. The upper floors were overbearingly hot and with no visible means of escape in case of a fire. There was even a cafe! on the upper floor, I assume it has all the necessary hygiene certificates. At least with general industry the factory's act comes into force. Let us see the fire service report into the safety for use by the general public. No one wants to prevent others from earning a living but look out for the "council should have done something" comments after a problem.[/p][/quote]There was even a cafe! Wow, a cafe! I went to sainsburys last week, and you know what, they have a cafe too! Brilliant! I didnt notice any fire escapes there, we demand to see them! The place was a death trap. Why do some people have it in for this kind of place? It's really good. I suppose people are real fans of the Council and their regulations.[/p][/quote]If someone broke the planning regs next to your house,and used it as a scrap yard,or workshops you would not mind.course you would,thats what planning laws are for and also fire regs. pete woodley
  • Score: 3

8:00pm Mon 28 Apr 14

crazybird says...

pete woodley wrote:
ctrewyou wrote:
High Treason wrote:
I went there last summer and the place was a giant car boot sale. The upper floors were overbearingly hot and with no visible means of escape in case of a fire. There was even a cafe! on the upper floor, I assume it has all the necessary hygiene certificates. At least with general industry the factory's act comes into force. Let us see the fire service report into the safety for use by the general public. No one wants to prevent others from earning a living but look out for the "council should have done something" comments after a problem.
There was even a cafe! Wow, a cafe! I went to sainsburys last week, and you know what, they have a cafe too! Brilliant! I didnt notice any fire escapes there, we demand to see them! The place was a death trap.
Why do some people have it in for this kind of place? It's really good. I suppose people are real fans of the Council and their regulations.
If someone broke the planning regs next to your house,and used it as a scrap yard,or workshops you would not mind.course you would,thats what planning laws are for and also fire regs.
Oh so Woodley lives next door to Molly's Den? No I don't think so! Why do some people with nothing to do stick their beaks in when it's not wanted. If you don't like it there then don't go there! It's quite simple! Molly's Den is providing local people with jobs and introducing money back into our troubled economy which is well needed to try and get this country back on it's feet - every little helps!
[quote][p][bold]pete woodley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ctrewyou[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]High Treason[/bold] wrote: I went there last summer and the place was a giant car boot sale. The upper floors were overbearingly hot and with no visible means of escape in case of a fire. There was even a cafe! on the upper floor, I assume it has all the necessary hygiene certificates. At least with general industry the factory's act comes into force. Let us see the fire service report into the safety for use by the general public. No one wants to prevent others from earning a living but look out for the "council should have done something" comments after a problem.[/p][/quote]There was even a cafe! Wow, a cafe! I went to sainsburys last week, and you know what, they have a cafe too! Brilliant! I didnt notice any fire escapes there, we demand to see them! The place was a death trap. Why do some people have it in for this kind of place? It's really good. I suppose people are real fans of the Council and their regulations.[/p][/quote]If someone broke the planning regs next to your house,and used it as a scrap yard,or workshops you would not mind.course you would,thats what planning laws are for and also fire regs.[/p][/quote]Oh so Woodley lives next door to Molly's Den? No I don't think so! Why do some people with nothing to do stick their beaks in when it's not wanted. If you don't like it there then don't go there! It's quite simple! Molly's Den is providing local people with jobs and introducing money back into our troubled economy which is well needed to try and get this country back on it's feet - every little helps! crazybird
  • Score: 1

8:12pm Mon 28 Apr 14

pete woodley says...

crazybird wrote:
pete woodley wrote:
ctrewyou wrote:
High Treason wrote:
I went there last summer and the place was a giant car boot sale. The upper floors were overbearingly hot and with no visible means of escape in case of a fire. There was even a cafe! on the upper floor, I assume it has all the necessary hygiene certificates. At least with general industry the factory's act comes into force. Let us see the fire service report into the safety for use by the general public. No one wants to prevent others from earning a living but look out for the "council should have done something" comments after a problem.
There was even a cafe! Wow, a cafe! I went to sainsburys last week, and you know what, they have a cafe too! Brilliant! I didnt notice any fire escapes there, we demand to see them! The place was a death trap.
Why do some people have it in for this kind of place? It's really good. I suppose people are real fans of the Council and their regulations.
If someone broke the planning regs next to your house,and used it as a scrap yard,or workshops you would not mind.course you would,thats what planning laws are for and also fire regs.
Oh so Woodley lives next door to Molly's Den? No I don't think so! Why do some people with nothing to do stick their beaks in when it's not wanted. If you don't like it there then don't go there! It's quite simple! Molly's Den is providing local people with jobs and introducing money back into our troubled economy which is well needed to try and get this country back on it's feet - every little helps!
You poor misguided fool,i never said i lived next door to the mollies dump.so obviously you cannot read properly.So mollies is helping to get this country back on its feet !,Biggest laugh of the year, carry on saying things like that,it shows your mentality.and brings further ridicule on them for such a ridiculous comment.
[quote][p][bold]crazybird[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]pete woodley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ctrewyou[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]High Treason[/bold] wrote: I went there last summer and the place was a giant car boot sale. The upper floors were overbearingly hot and with no visible means of escape in case of a fire. There was even a cafe! on the upper floor, I assume it has all the necessary hygiene certificates. At least with general industry the factory's act comes into force. Let us see the fire service report into the safety for use by the general public. No one wants to prevent others from earning a living but look out for the "council should have done something" comments after a problem.[/p][/quote]There was even a cafe! Wow, a cafe! I went to sainsburys last week, and you know what, they have a cafe too! Brilliant! I didnt notice any fire escapes there, we demand to see them! The place was a death trap. Why do some people have it in for this kind of place? It's really good. I suppose people are real fans of the Council and their regulations.[/p][/quote]If someone broke the planning regs next to your house,and used it as a scrap yard,or workshops you would not mind.course you would,thats what planning laws are for and also fire regs.[/p][/quote]Oh so Woodley lives next door to Molly's Den? No I don't think so! Why do some people with nothing to do stick their beaks in when it's not wanted. If you don't like it there then don't go there! It's quite simple! Molly's Den is providing local people with jobs and introducing money back into our troubled economy which is well needed to try and get this country back on it's feet - every little helps![/p][/quote]You poor misguided fool,i never said i lived next door to the mollies dump.so obviously you cannot read properly.So mollies is helping to get this country back on its feet !,Biggest laugh of the year, carry on saying things like that,it shows your mentality.and brings further ridicule on them for such a ridiculous comment. pete woodley
  • Score: -1

8:29pm Mon 28 Apr 14

crazybird says...

pete woodley wrote:
crazybird wrote:
pete woodley wrote:
ctrewyou wrote:
High Treason wrote:
I went there last summer and the place was a giant car boot sale. The upper floors were overbearingly hot and with no visible means of escape in case of a fire. There was even a cafe! on the upper floor, I assume it has all the necessary hygiene certificates. At least with general industry the factory's act comes into force. Let us see the fire service report into the safety for use by the general public. No one wants to prevent others from earning a living but look out for the "council should have done something" comments after a problem.
There was even a cafe! Wow, a cafe! I went to sainsburys last week, and you know what, they have a cafe too! Brilliant! I didnt notice any fire escapes there, we demand to see them! The place was a death trap.
Why do some people have it in for this kind of place? It's really good. I suppose people are real fans of the Council and their regulations.
If someone broke the planning regs next to your house,and used it as a scrap yard,or workshops you would not mind.course you would,thats what planning laws are for and also fire regs.
Oh so Woodley lives next door to Molly's Den? No I don't think so! Why do some people with nothing to do stick their beaks in when it's not wanted. If you don't like it there then don't go there! It's quite simple! Molly's Den is providing local people with jobs and introducing money back into our troubled economy which is well needed to try and get this country back on it's feet - every little helps!
You poor misguided fool,i never said i lived next door to the mollies dump.so obviously you cannot read properly.So mollies is helping to get this country back on its feet !,Biggest laugh of the year, carry on saying things like that,it shows your mentality.and brings further ridicule on them for such a ridiculous comment.
Imbecile - read what you write! Every little helps to get this country back on it's feet! For your information it is Molly's not Mollies! The only ridicule is from your incessant bad mouthing of every news items where there is availability for you to comment and pour scorn on to everyone! You are one sad, lonely old fool!
[quote][p][bold]pete woodley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]crazybird[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]pete woodley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ctrewyou[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]High Treason[/bold] wrote: I went there last summer and the place was a giant car boot sale. The upper floors were overbearingly hot and with no visible means of escape in case of a fire. There was even a cafe! on the upper floor, I assume it has all the necessary hygiene certificates. At least with general industry the factory's act comes into force. Let us see the fire service report into the safety for use by the general public. No one wants to prevent others from earning a living but look out for the "council should have done something" comments after a problem.[/p][/quote]There was even a cafe! Wow, a cafe! I went to sainsburys last week, and you know what, they have a cafe too! Brilliant! I didnt notice any fire escapes there, we demand to see them! The place was a death trap. Why do some people have it in for this kind of place? It's really good. I suppose people are real fans of the Council and their regulations.[/p][/quote]If someone broke the planning regs next to your house,and used it as a scrap yard,or workshops you would not mind.course you would,thats what planning laws are for and also fire regs.[/p][/quote]Oh so Woodley lives next door to Molly's Den? No I don't think so! Why do some people with nothing to do stick their beaks in when it's not wanted. If you don't like it there then don't go there! It's quite simple! Molly's Den is providing local people with jobs and introducing money back into our troubled economy which is well needed to try and get this country back on it's feet - every little helps![/p][/quote]You poor misguided fool,i never said i lived next door to the mollies dump.so obviously you cannot read properly.So mollies is helping to get this country back on its feet !,Biggest laugh of the year, carry on saying things like that,it shows your mentality.and brings further ridicule on them for such a ridiculous comment.[/p][/quote]Imbecile - read what you write! Every little helps to get this country back on it's feet! For your information it is Molly's not Mollies! The only ridicule is from your incessant bad mouthing of every news items where there is availability for you to comment and pour scorn on to everyone! You are one sad, lonely old fool! crazybird
  • Score: 2

8:42pm Mon 28 Apr 14

pete woodley says...

crazybird wrote:
pete woodley wrote:
crazybird wrote:
pete woodley wrote:
ctrewyou wrote:
High Treason wrote:
I went there last summer and the place was a giant car boot sale. The upper floors were overbearingly hot and with no visible means of escape in case of a fire. There was even a cafe! on the upper floor, I assume it has all the necessary hygiene certificates. At least with general industry the factory's act comes into force. Let us see the fire service report into the safety for use by the general public. No one wants to prevent others from earning a living but look out for the "council should have done something" comments after a problem.
There was even a cafe! Wow, a cafe! I went to sainsburys last week, and you know what, they have a cafe too! Brilliant! I didnt notice any fire escapes there, we demand to see them! The place was a death trap.
Why do some people have it in for this kind of place? It's really good. I suppose people are real fans of the Council and their regulations.
If someone broke the planning regs next to your house,and used it as a scrap yard,or workshops you would not mind.course you would,thats what planning laws are for and also fire regs.
Oh so Woodley lives next door to Molly's Den? No I don't think so! Why do some people with nothing to do stick their beaks in when it's not wanted. If you don't like it there then don't go there! It's quite simple! Molly's Den is providing local people with jobs and introducing money back into our troubled economy which is well needed to try and get this country back on it's feet - every little helps!
You poor misguided fool,i never said i lived next door to the mollies dump.so obviously you cannot read properly.So mollies is helping to get this country back on its feet !,Biggest laugh of the year, carry on saying things like that,it shows your mentality.and brings further ridicule on them for such a ridiculous comment.
Imbecile - read what you write! Every little helps to get this country back on it's feet! For your information it is Molly's not Mollies! The only ridicule is from your incessant bad mouthing of every news items where there is availability for you to comment and pour scorn on to everyone! You are one sad, lonely old fool!
Keep it up,do you still want to fight a 79 year old,you must think i am scared.but how brave of you to offer.
[quote][p][bold]crazybird[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]pete woodley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]crazybird[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]pete woodley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ctrewyou[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]High Treason[/bold] wrote: I went there last summer and the place was a giant car boot sale. The upper floors were overbearingly hot and with no visible means of escape in case of a fire. There was even a cafe! on the upper floor, I assume it has all the necessary hygiene certificates. At least with general industry the factory's act comes into force. Let us see the fire service report into the safety for use by the general public. No one wants to prevent others from earning a living but look out for the "council should have done something" comments after a problem.[/p][/quote]There was even a cafe! Wow, a cafe! I went to sainsburys last week, and you know what, they have a cafe too! Brilliant! I didnt notice any fire escapes there, we demand to see them! The place was a death trap. Why do some people have it in for this kind of place? It's really good. I suppose people are real fans of the Council and their regulations.[/p][/quote]If someone broke the planning regs next to your house,and used it as a scrap yard,or workshops you would not mind.course you would,thats what planning laws are for and also fire regs.[/p][/quote]Oh so Woodley lives next door to Molly's Den? No I don't think so! Why do some people with nothing to do stick their beaks in when it's not wanted. If you don't like it there then don't go there! It's quite simple! Molly's Den is providing local people with jobs and introducing money back into our troubled economy which is well needed to try and get this country back on it's feet - every little helps![/p][/quote]You poor misguided fool,i never said i lived next door to the mollies dump.so obviously you cannot read properly.So mollies is helping to get this country back on its feet !,Biggest laugh of the year, carry on saying things like that,it shows your mentality.and brings further ridicule on them for such a ridiculous comment.[/p][/quote]Imbecile - read what you write! Every little helps to get this country back on it's feet! For your information it is Molly's not Mollies! The only ridicule is from your incessant bad mouthing of every news items where there is availability for you to comment and pour scorn on to everyone! You are one sad, lonely old fool![/p][/quote]Keep it up,do you still want to fight a 79 year old,you must think i am scared.but how brave of you to offer. pete woodley
  • Score: 0

9:59pm Mon 28 Apr 14

pete woodley says...

I think the evil comments aimed at me has shown that Molly's Den and stall holders may have something to hide,why else would they continue.
I think the evil comments aimed at me has shown that Molly's Den and stall holders may have something to hide,why else would they continue. pete woodley
  • Score: -3

10:03pm Mon 28 Apr 14

hahahahehehe says...

pete woodley wrote:
I think the evil comments aimed at me has shown that Molly's Den and stall holders may have something to hide,why else would they continue.
Grow up man you have done nothing but hammered this group of people and what for aye because your a lonely little little man if you cant take it dont give it
and believe me im not a stall holder i just hate small minded people like you
[quote][p][bold]pete woodley[/bold] wrote: I think the evil comments aimed at me has shown that Molly's Den and stall holders may have something to hide,why else would they continue.[/p][/quote]Grow up man you have done nothing but hammered this group of people and what for aye because your a lonely little little man if you cant take it dont give it and believe me im not a stall holder i just hate small minded people like you hahahahehehe
  • Score: -1

10:14pm Mon 28 Apr 14

confuzzler says...

Perhaps the next fight on their hands will be to advise why there is so much fly posting around New Milton and Christchurch.

I hope the echo will report on that one.
Perhaps the next fight on their hands will be to advise why there is so much fly posting around New Milton and Christchurch. I hope the echo will report on that one. confuzzler
  • Score: 1

10:17pm Mon 28 Apr 14

typ nowhere says...

Mr Woodley I see that you are still being as rode as ever, Do you really need to?
Mr Woodley I see that you are still being as rode as ever, Do you really need to? typ nowhere
  • Score: 0

10:43pm Mon 28 Apr 14

pete woodley says...

typ nowhere wrote:
Mr Woodley I see that you are still being as rode as ever, Do you really need to?
yes,next question.What about the evil comments against me,at my age,you must be as bad as they are.
[quote][p][bold]typ nowhere[/bold] wrote: Mr Woodley I see that you are still being as rode as ever, Do you really need to?[/p][/quote]yes,next question.What about the evil comments against me,at my age,you must be as bad as they are. pete woodley
  • Score: -3

10:47pm Mon 28 Apr 14

pete woodley says...

hahahahehehe wrote:
pete woodley wrote:
I think the evil comments aimed at me has shown that Molly's Den and stall holders may have something to hide,why else would they continue.
Grow up man you have done nothing but hammered this group of people and what for aye because your a lonely little little man if you cant take it dont give it
and believe me im not a stall holder i just hate small minded people like you
Lonely i have a great wife and son,and loads of friends, how am i lonely,and i hate anonymous cowards like you.
[quote][p][bold]hahahahehehe[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]pete woodley[/bold] wrote: I think the evil comments aimed at me has shown that Molly's Den and stall holders may have something to hide,why else would they continue.[/p][/quote]Grow up man you have done nothing but hammered this group of people and what for aye because your a lonely little little man if you cant take it dont give it and believe me im not a stall holder i just hate small minded people like you[/p][/quote]Lonely i have a great wife and son,and loads of friends, how am i lonely,and i hate anonymous cowards like you. pete woodley
  • Score: -3

10:48pm Mon 28 Apr 14

typ nowhere says...

Mr Woodley, why must I be as bad as they are? I asked a question that is all, also what has your age got to do with the posts on this site?
Mr Woodley, why must I be as bad as they are? I asked a question that is all, also what has your age got to do with the posts on this site? typ nowhere
  • Score: 0

10:50pm Mon 28 Apr 14

pete woodley says...

typ nowhere wrote:
Mr Woodley, why must I be as bad as they are? I asked a question that is all, also what has your age got to do with the posts on this site?
I do not pick on 79 year old disabled people and want to fight them,but you obviously support that.
[quote][p][bold]typ nowhere[/bold] wrote: Mr Woodley, why must I be as bad as they are? I asked a question that is all, also what has your age got to do with the posts on this site?[/p][/quote]I do not pick on 79 year old disabled people and want to fight them,but you obviously support that. pete woodley
  • Score: -4

10:58pm Mon 28 Apr 14

typ nowhere says...

Where have I ever said that I support picking on disabled people (of any age) and want to fight them? I asked a simple question you replied, but you felt the need to say "you must be as bad as they are", for no other reason than that I asked a question.
Where have I ever said that I support picking on disabled people (of any age) and want to fight them? I asked a simple question you replied, but you felt the need to say "you must be as bad as they are", for no other reason than that I asked a question. typ nowhere
  • Score: 2

7:27am Tue 29 Apr 14

retry69 says...

ABSOLUTE DISGRACE or as a friend of mine would say (yes I have one) I DONT BELIEEEEEEEEVE IT an establishment selling vintage/car boot/regurgitated tat and I've never heard of it,5 minutes up the road and I've never been there,the times my better half has dragged me around Matalan,which is like a converted aircraft hanger,I could have been up Molly's
Den enjoying myself and refreshments too.Come on you lot up there ,ideal opportunity to launch an advertising campaign on the back of this and reach out to us in the far reaches of the county (Ensbury Park) Good Luck to you :)
ABSOLUTE DISGRACE or as a friend of mine would say (yes I have one) I DONT BELIEEEEEEEEVE IT an establishment selling vintage/car boot/regurgitated tat and I've never heard of it,5 minutes up the road and I've never been there,the times my better half has dragged me around Matalan,which is like a converted aircraft hanger,I could have been up Molly's Den enjoying myself and refreshments too.Come on you lot up there ,ideal opportunity to launch an advertising campaign on the back of this and reach out to us in the far reaches of the county (Ensbury Park) Good Luck to you :) retry69
  • Score: 0

7:52am Tue 29 Apr 14

davecook says...

retry69 wrote:
ABSOLUTE DISGRACE or as a friend of mine would say (yes I have one) I DONT BELIEEEEEEEEVE IT an establishment selling vintage/car boot/regurgitated tat and I've never heard of it,5 minutes up the road and I've never been there,the times my better half has dragged me around Matalan,which is like a converted aircraft hanger,I could have been up Molly's
Den enjoying myself and refreshments too.Come on you lot up there ,ideal opportunity to launch an advertising campaign on the back of this and reach out to us in the far reaches of the county (Ensbury Park) Good Luck to you :)
I'll probably bump into you there, I also had no idea it existed until I read this article and saw all the comments. Now I want to see what the fuss is all about. Nice bit of free advertising for Molly's Den if you ask me........
[quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: ABSOLUTE DISGRACE or as a friend of mine would say (yes I have one) I DONT BELIEEEEEEEEVE IT an establishment selling vintage/car boot/regurgitated tat and I've never heard of it,5 minutes up the road and I've never been there,the times my better half has dragged me around Matalan,which is like a converted aircraft hanger,I could have been up Molly's Den enjoying myself and refreshments too.Come on you lot up there ,ideal opportunity to launch an advertising campaign on the back of this and reach out to us in the far reaches of the county (Ensbury Park) Good Luck to you :)[/p][/quote]I'll probably bump into you there, I also had no idea it existed until I read this article and saw all the comments. Now I want to see what the fuss is all about. Nice bit of free advertising for Molly's Den if you ask me........ davecook
  • Score: -3

8:22am Tue 29 Apr 14

Mrs Blackburn says...

After reading all these comment some of them very small minded, hasn't anyone considered the amount of jobs and savings made to the unemployment that this business gives, Also what does it matter what people sell if they are getting a living out of it without sponging from the gov, If the owner can create more of these warehouses good on him for giving more employment , I personally have picked up some great bargains from there,
After reading all these comment some of them very small minded, hasn't anyone considered the amount of jobs and savings made to the unemployment that this business gives, Also what does it matter what people sell if they are getting a living out of it without sponging from the gov, If the owner can create more of these warehouses good on him for giving more employment , I personally have picked up some great bargains from there, Mrs Blackburn
  • Score: 0

8:24am Tue 29 Apr 14

retry69 says...

davecook wrote:
retry69 wrote:
ABSOLUTE DISGRACE or as a friend of mine would say (yes I have one) I DONT BELIEEEEEEEEVE IT an establishment selling vintage/car boot/regurgitated tat and I've never heard of it,5 minutes up the road and I've never been there,the times my better half has dragged me around Matalan,which is like a converted aircraft hanger,I could have been up Molly's
Den enjoying myself and refreshments too.Come on you lot up there ,ideal opportunity to launch an advertising campaign on the back of this and reach out to us in the far reaches of the county (Ensbury Park) Good Luck to you :)
I'll probably bump into you there, I also had no idea it existed until I read this article and saw all the comments. Now I want to see what the fuss is all about. Nice bit of free advertising for Molly's Den if you ask me........
Look out for you ,it may be me but I cannot see if it says how long it has been open which would be interesting ,anyway the positives outweigh the negatives on this :)
[quote][p][bold]davecook[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: ABSOLUTE DISGRACE or as a friend of mine would say (yes I have one) I DONT BELIEEEEEEEEVE IT an establishment selling vintage/car boot/regurgitated tat and I've never heard of it,5 minutes up the road and I've never been there,the times my better half has dragged me around Matalan,which is like a converted aircraft hanger,I could have been up Molly's Den enjoying myself and refreshments too.Come on you lot up there ,ideal opportunity to launch an advertising campaign on the back of this and reach out to us in the far reaches of the county (Ensbury Park) Good Luck to you :)[/p][/quote]I'll probably bump into you there, I also had no idea it existed until I read this article and saw all the comments. Now I want to see what the fuss is all about. Nice bit of free advertising for Molly's Den if you ask me........[/p][/quote]Look out for you ,it may be me but I cannot see if it says how long it has been open which would be interesting ,anyway the positives outweigh the negatives on this :) retry69
  • Score: -4

9:53pm Tue 29 Apr 14

carrrob says...

Theres obviously money in crap people just love to fill there homes with it !
Theres obviously money in crap people just love to fill there homes with it ! carrrob
  • Score: 2

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