RE: Poor Jimmy Godden (#13503)
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I mean it's wasn't so long ago that some b****** set fire to another property that he owned (Mr B's Arcade on Margate seafront), burning it to the ground. Then there was the fire at Rotunda amusement park in Folkestone which was another one of his places. Oh and before then another seafront arcade that he kindly bought to renovate in Ramsgate was burnt to the ground by some evil scumbag... now how's that for luck?
I just hope our wonderful ladies and gentlemen up at Margate Police Station will soon catch the brainless moron who seems to have something against Mr Jimmy Godden.
hamster :: 3 Jun :: 2010 :: Comment / reply
DAMOKENTBOY :: 30 May :: 2010 :: Comment / reply
Our latest 'White elephant' - The Bouverie Road Shopping centre, will, in time, become another eyesore, as it fails, to make the profit envisaged by its schemers.
Two things we must concern ourselves with in the future - stop all demolition of lovely buildings in the town - and make sure that Richard de Haan comliments the town with his seafront scheme - what is built now, will be the attractions of the future, or, another nail in the coffin of the prosperity of Folkestone.
Concerned of Folkestone :: 11 Apr :: 2008 :: Comment / reply
Rob :: 19 Aug :: 2010 :: Comment / reply
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