Tuesday, 11 October 2011

Ramsgate Shelter Restoration, vote for funding


To vote for this funding from NatWest, first go to https://communityforce.natwest.com/user/register/ and register, you then get an email confirming registration and need to click on the link in it to confirm your registration, then click the log in link on the page that opens and log in, then you need to go to http://communityforce.natwest.com/project/862 tick the box accepting their terms and click on vote, this is a fairly slow and cranky website that doesn’t always seem to work, so you may need some patience. 

You can repeat the process using however many email addresses you have.

16 comments:

  1. What a waste of time and money!"

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  2. Thanks, Michael for your detailed explanation and assistance.

    I will refrain from commenting on Anon 16.03 it would be a waste of time and effort. Sad b***tard

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  3. Not the same troll that Simon Moores was referring to?

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  4. Done that. Now maybe we could muster a few votes for the 1st St Lawrence scout group? http://communityforce.natwest.com/project/690

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  5. mingles4all, Who knows, trolls are trolls.

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  6. Not a Troll, just concerned that money should be spent on saving lives across the world.. not upon providing replacements to be vandalised

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  7. I for one have given up giving any money to starving Africans etc, not my problem, any charity I pay to is for use in the UK only

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  8. Community projects are great, but I am not so sure about the shelters, when a lorry knocked down the old shelter opposite the jarvis marina hotel TDC just pocketed the insurance money and didn't repair the shelter.

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  9. 23:36 indeed they did, now look at the state of it. Did the Audit Commission investigate no they did not...hence TDC is now tainted goods. Role on the East Kent Unitary body so we can be rid of TDC and be run by a more professional outfit at Canterbury C.C.

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  10. We used to be run by Canterbury. That was in mediaeval times. Then it all changed.

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  11. mores the pity Canteterbury cc seem to be very professional , tdc seems to be run by bean counters who like making sure they have more beans than anyone else.

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  12. Come on John and you other 3 anon's. TDC are the good guys in this, they have provided a 90% grant in partnership with the Heritage Lottery Fund and facilitated the Ramsgate Society in taking over the shelters to safeguard their future.

    It's no use bleating "nothing ever happens in Ramsgate" if you can't even be bothered to vote for £6000 from a BANK to be spent on Ramsgate.

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  13. IF YOU ARE TOO BUSY TO VOTE.

    just email "YES"

    to renovateramsgate@gmail.com

    We will do the rest
    (allow 24hrs and acknowledge 2 emails)

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  14. Readit, You have misunderstood me. Perhaps the irony at my 10:07 was unskilled and passed you by. I thought that the mediaeval reference would secure the ironic tone.

    What made you assume that I cannot be bothered to vote for the £6,000.

    For what it is worth, I believe that restoring the Shelters is an excellent idea and worthy of praise for those who have organised it. I have even made a donation.

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  15. Well done John, keep up the good work. i apologize for my mis-interpretation.

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