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Letter of no objection from GP

Letter Of No Objection From GPHi all, as the title states, I need to provide a letter of no objection from my GP. The problem is that my GP has no idea what one is. I explained it is a letter from yourself stating you have no objection (in a medical sense) to me carrying a firearm.

My GP then said “oh, is it for a shotgun licence?”. I’ve explained No. Is there a template or an example letter floating around here anywhere so I can show him?

Thanks in advance and sorry for this being long winded

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Controversial security firm ‘nothing but trouble’ at retail park…and we didn’t even want them here, says manager

A controversial security firm has been nothing but trouble at a North Wales retail park, where they were sent by the council without the permission of the landowner, says the manager. Alan Barker, one of the bosses at Llandudno s Mostyn Champneys, said there was no need for officers from Kingdom to visit the retail park as it has its own cleaners. But he said the St Helens-based firm was instructed by Conwy council to issue litter fines at Mostyn Champneys, despite no consent being given by the park s owners.

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The Mostyn Champneys retail park in Llandudno

In an email to Llandudno resident Neil Jones, which was posted in the online group North Wales Against Kingdom Security by Mr Jones, Mr Barker said: We have had nothing but trouble with this particular company, who were instructed by the local authority to enter our property and land without our consent. Mr Barker, who is the manager of Mostyn Champneys and Broughton Shopping, told the Daily Post: We ve had quite a number of complaints from shoppers and our tenants about Kingdom Security being on Mostyn Champneys.

Apparently, Conwy county council instructed them to go there without consulting us.

Most of the shops on Mostyn Champneys are discount stores so our shoppers probably can t afford the 75 fine.

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We ve exchanged a number of phone calls and emails with Conwy council, and we ve been told Kingdom have now stopped operating there.

There was no need for them to be there in the first place as we have our own cleaners on the site. Aberconwy AM Janet Finch-Saunders said: These reports are most alarming .

Conwy council need to take a close and urgent look at the guidance issued to Kingdom, and ensure they are only operating on permitted land.

British Land, who manage Mostyn Champneys, have confirmed to me previously that Kingdom Security do not have any remit to issue Fixed Penalty Notices on Mostyn Champneys retail park.

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I trust the council will take forward the concerns raised by British Land and constituents here as appropriate, and I urge full transparency and openness from the council on this matter.

I would also urge the council to bring forward their promised public consultation on Public Spaces Protection Orders for which constituents have been waiting for five months. A Conwy council spokeswoman said: Littering and dog fouling is unacceptable at any location; it s not only anti-social but also illegal.

The council has a duty to help reduce such behaviour and to keep the county as free from litter as possible.

The offence of littering occurs, under the Environmental Protection Act 1990 Section 87, if a person throws down, drops or otherwise deposits any litter in any place open to the air and leaves it.

Whether land is publicly or privately owned, permission to enter land to enforce the relevant legislation is not required.

We work with landowners to ensure the duties of both the council and landowners can be met.

If a landowner/occupier does not want enforcement on their land, we will consider the request after discussing their waste management plan to ensure that any litter dropped or waste generated on their land would be cleared and removed correctly to protect adjoining streets and public spaces that people are entitled to enjoy litter-free.

This has been requested at Mostyn Champneys. Kingdom works for more than 35 councils across the UK, including Anglesey, Conwy, Denbighshire, Flintshire and Wrexham.

The firm has drawn criticism for the tactics they are alleged to use to issue fines of up to 75 for littering.

Rock City security kept busy during Mac DeMarco gig full of vigour, humour and heart

With his effortless charisma, oozing with a cool a lot of artists work for years to achieve, Mac DeMarco enthralled the crowd at Rock City1.

He’s on a global tour for his latest album, This Old Dog, and the venue was packed in a city the drummer dubbed ‘a tiny English town .

No matter where you walked to get a better view of the man himself, you were shouldered by someone swaying to the chilled-out vibes.

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He played a mixture of his old and new tracks, alongside a mash-up of songs you never knew could work together.

Is he singing about cigarettes ? one of the crowd laughed during Ode To Vice Roy. He was, but honestly?

It didn t matter what he played; echoes of lyrics bounced between DeMarco and the audience right from the very first song.

There is a very personal element in what he sings: Cooking Up Something Good includes a line about him not knowing his dad very well. Then during In This Old Man he croons Uh oh, looks like I’m seeing more of my old man in me.

This resonated with the university crowd, as growing up you do begin to realise how your parents habits influence you.

There weren t any awkward engagements between songs either.

Towards the end, there was the ultimate mash-up of classic songs – Under The Bridge, There She Goes and the like – as he quirky danced around the stage.

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The security at Rock City had a task handling the crowd-surfing, especially with members of the band joining in.

There simply was not a concert like it. It was full of vigour, humour, and heart.


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