HMS Plymouth for scrap

Anyone know why she's listing so badly?

Onboard HMS Plymouth on Fri 13/apl/2012.

ER & BR Bilges are dry, ship still fully intact, paintwork looks worse than what it is. She is still in very good condition.

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Cheer up,

It's not over till the fat lady sings !

Laurence HMS Plymouth 1971-72
 

flymo

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If we made her an ethnic cultural diversity non gender specific learning zone for media studies she might stand a chance of lottery funding.

What an absolutely brilliant idea. Can I pm you to get some more ideas on how this could be presented to the UK government and the lotto people? As we welcome more and more people in to the country and thus making this such a vibrant multi cultural world more space will be needed to look after them. This could become a training centre specifically for them and thus allow them to take up employment.

It is clear after all that with the high unemployment in the UK, these welcome newcomers will need all the extra help that they can get.
 
What an absolutely brilliant idea. Can I pm you to get some more ideas on how this could be presented to the UK government and the lotto people? As we welcome more and more people in to the country and thus making this such a vibrant multi cultural world more space will be needed to look after them. This could become a training centre specifically for them and thus allow them to take up employment.

It is clear after all that with the high unemployment in the UK, these welcome newcomers will need all the extra help that they can get.

HOW ABOUT THIS THEN !

by Laurence_ss
Tuesday, April 17 2012, 4:48PM

“Published 15 September 2010

Port businesses across the country have been finding a new lease of life since the Budget decision to waive and repay £175 million of unexpected backdated business rates demands.

Local Government Minister Bob Neill went to Birkenhead docks in Liverpool where port companies have had total backdated demands of £12m lifted.

Oh so no money in the kitty to save HMS Plymouth then ?”
 

WreckerL

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What an absolutely brilliant idea. Can I pm you to get some more ideas on how this could be presented to the UK government and the lotto people? As we welcome more and more people in to the country and thus making this such a vibrant multi cultural world more space will be needed to look after them. This could become a training centre specifically for them and thus allow them to take up employment.

It is clear after all that with the high unemployment in the UK, these welcome newcomers will need all the extra help that they can get.

So we get all the illegals on board and then we sink her, I like your thinking.
 

trelawney126

War Hero
What an absolutely brilliant idea. Can I pm you to get some more ideas on how this could be presented to the UK government and the lotto people? As we welcome more and more people in to the country and thus making this such a vibrant multi cultural world more space will be needed to look after them. This could become a training centre specifically for them and thus allow them to take up employment.

It is clear after all that with the high unemployment in the UK, these welcome newcomers will need all the extra help that they can get.

Think that was already tried out with Jenny's aside Party
 

trelawney126

War Hero
A sad end for a gallant lady. Still miss my early morning stroll from 3F1 down the "Royal Parade" onto the " Barbican" for the early morning tea and fag beside the mortar mk 10.
 

WreckerL

War Hero
Super Moderator
The way things are going she'll be re-commissioned and sent down south again (if we can find enough bods to make up a ships company that is)
 

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