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Walking & cycling counts as your allowed daily exercise.
Riding a motorbike is assumed by many to be a leisure, ie unnecessary journey, but a bike is still a legitimate form of transport - just make sure you've got some groceries on the back.
But (and I've ranted about this before) be careful. I mean be very, very careful. The NHS doesn't need us playing "hedge, road, sky, hedge, road, sky.. ouch" right now.

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Steve_H @ 27/03/2020 21:39  

thank you steve h. i'm new to motorbike, so very careful

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Deleted Member @ 27/03/2020 23:26  

Luckily,i'm still able to ride to work and back,not seen this many dry days together since last year around September..i COULD take my car, but my choice with local roads so quiet..Pilly chick's concern says it all about the compassion of her profession,respect and bravo to all NHS workers...the prospect of being told to cease my minibus service ,sooner rather than later,fills me with worry for the isolated and elderly folk i meet every day....if i get seconded into medical transport use,then so be it.
Perhaps this experience will make us all aware of the need for unity,stay safe and well..:)>
And when we can meet freely again,mine's a double JD,no ice...x

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jinx57 @ 27/03/2020 23:34  

Jinx, let me know when you are going to partake in the JD, once able to enjoy it socially and I'll join you, in the Double Jack, no ice, no coke club!

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Lindsay @ 28/03/2020 06:50  

I'll drink to that...👍

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jinx57 @ 28/03/2020 07:02  

I would, but I don't drink at home or alone. Give me an opportunity in company or in a field and ... well a double Jack, no ice, no coke is not to be missed 😊👍🏻

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Lindsay @ 28/03/2020 07:21  

The next BM camp that goes ahead that the Midlands events team hold we will bring a few drinks for the NHS and care workers.
Bring your ID as you will get a free drink off the Midlands events team.

We will bring.
A bottle of JD
A Bottle of SC
A Bottle of Vodka
A Bottle of Whisky
A selection of cans and soft drinks

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JP @ 28/03/2020 08:29  

Same as I said in another post let's give them a bottle each

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Bikeabill @ 28/03/2020 14:10  

That could get a bit expensive Bill lol

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JP @ 28/03/2020 15:46  

Sounds like Bill has got lucky on the lottery. Do essential workers get a bottle? If so, mines a remy martin please.

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Double six @ 28/03/2020 16:12  

66,i know his brother,Ricky Martin,will he do..??😆

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jinx57 @ 28/03/2020 22:51  

I'd be happy to chip in with a couple of bottles if if we can find other to do so, I just think it would be nice if we could do something to acknowledge the work that our members who are key workers are doing while the rest of us are self isolated

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Bikeabill @ 28/03/2020 23:54  

Put me down to chip in a couple of bottles as well

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Jaffa @ 31/03/2020 23:24  

Jinxy, I am that man so your contribution will be gratefully accepted.

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Double six @ 01/04/2020 01:08  

The government announced today that symptoms of Covid 19 can include lack of smell and taste so if you are tempted to wear Old Spice or Brut, drink JD or listen to AC/DC you should self isolate immediately.

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Deleted Member @ 01/04/2020 16:50  

As a front line nurse i am furious with the Scottish chief medical officer who clearly flouted her own advice to stay home to save lives.
What does she do? Visits her 2nd home..not once but twice with het husband and kids.
While we are working 12 hour shifts with a plastic apron and surgical mask trying to keep safe with numerous covid 19 patients coming through the doors this so called educated woman obviously believes she can do as she pleases.
I for one am.utterly furious😡
Rant over.
Stay safe please.

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Pilly chick @ 05/04/2020 23:28  

Please don't ever stop ranting Pilly Chic. Something has to happen to get through to the dip shits. In this case it's cost her her job which is only right for her being a nob

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Deleted Member @ 05/04/2020 23:34  

Thanks gbear. Im not one to rant normally but she made my blood boil!!

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Pilly chick @ 05/04/2020 23:39  

A scotish nurse was not allowed visit and elderly patient because apparently her uniform wasn't right.What a load of c--p.And i agree pilly chick.

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GL Blue @ 06/04/2020 10:56  

Pilly Chick you just keep on ranting, and stay strong with your colleagues. I'm a retired Charge Nurse and want to be there back on the front line but have cancer so not allowed. Its her and others like her that don't stick to the guidelines that suggest to others it OK to breach the regulations.
Some people need to open their eyes and ears and think.
My rant over now.

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glyn62 @ 06/04/2020 12:07  

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