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Ted Salmon
Works at Dignity Group
Attended Chichester High, Chichester
Lives in Singleton, West Sussex, UK
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Ted Salmon

Reviews  - 
No doubt this will prove to be a controversial one, but I feel like I have to award it a Whatever Works badge.
There are studies and counter-studies, medics and pharmaceutical companies claiming this and that and conspiracy theorists warning this, that and the other, but the fact is that this, in my view, has been the wonder drug, cure-all, replacement for Paracetamol and Aspirin which held top elixir in the 1960's.
For as long as I can remember, pretty much, since the 1970's, this has been the one go-to tablet to tackle just about any pain in the body based on inflammation. Tooth pain, head pain, ear pain, joint pain, gout, hangover, whatever it is, this seems to be the one. And has been for some time in my experience.
This is not an invitation to point me to studies which claim this and that and the other. All I care about is that when I'm feeling like crap, this does the business. And I'm still alive. Just! End of.
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+Colin Bowen you're right, I've been told not to take it, and to stick to paracetamol.
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Episode 365 - Pixelated and Down on Google
Now available via or of course your podcatcher of choice. This week with +Ted Salmon​ from a mineshaft in Eastern Asia and +Gavin Fabiani-Laymond​ in Venezuela, while +Steve Litchfield​ sips coffee in cosy Reading. Enjoy 😊
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Imagine tomorrow each of the 3 operating systems is shutdown. Which will you miss? Google has shown a commitment to being the best software company. Android is the one. Maps+ Drive +Google Photos compared to iOS?? Buy Pixel and damn the extra $. Be like a fanboy and pay so that they keep it up! Like pushing extra for food at Manchester United match! Android comes in all shapes and prices and they should be celebrated!
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G+ General Help  - 
Could anyone advise please...
I am the Owner of The Valley Diary Community.
I have a Category called Religion, for people here who want to post stuff through me about their church stuff.
Whenever I post anything to this community, it's absolutely fine.
When I am trying to post this particular post to this category, it just won't stay there.
(So that you can see the post and what's in it, I have successfully posted the exact same thing via my test Google account -
When my test account posts it - exactly the same text - it stays, no problem.
When I try and post it, as me, Owner, it looks like it's there for a minute, then when the page is refreshed, it's gone again. Not in Held for review or Likely to be s*am.
If, when the post is first 'accepted' and is present, I get a Copy Link Address, then try to go to another browser and search for it, I get a 404 error in the browser.
Tried all these stages on Chrome in Windows, Chromebook and Android. Same result all the time.
Meanwhile, I can post whatever else I want there.
Is there something up with my account?
If my test account can post the same text then it can't be because of the content of the post.
Any advice warmly welcomed.
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Now Playing  - 
But have a new listen and focus in on the amazing piano work of one Rick Wakeman, which actually extends through most of the album, but particularly in this track. Very clever stuff.
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+Tim Evans​​​ wonder if that is who they're going for. The business user.

Fastest device is only temporary others will get the hardware.

Was trying to find figures of nexus sales and there is nothing out there. The nexus 5 appears to be the best seller. Google didn't care about sales for nexus. They might do the same here which means don't expect a price drop any time soon. 
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Matt Jones's profile photoJamie Holland's profile photoA Manning's profile photoLee Cameron's profile photo
Don't forget full res photo storage for life!! You and Steve should step back and think of the big picture and stop fussing over the crappy camera:. The differences from Samsung apple are not big. Same with phone speakers: they're all decent. Also battery like not very differentiated any more at the top end.
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Singleton & Charlton  - 
Singleton Parish Council
Full draft minutes can be downloaded from our website under the ‘meetings’ section and the latest news from, the ‘news’ section on our website –

Our last Council meeting was held on 21 September. Here’s a quick round-up of what was discussed and events that have taken place since:
• Co-option of new councillor – no one has come forward to fill this vacancy. If you are interested, please get in touch with the Clerk.
• Railings – we are waiting to hear from WSCC to see if we can get traffic lights in operation whilst we repaint the railings either side of the bus stop on the A286. We are also investigating other options to make a nicer approach into Singleton
• Fox Goes Free Car Park – we are continuing to work closely with Goodwood and the Fox Goes Free pub in an effort to try and extend the car park to ease parking in Charlton.
• Pond – three councillors have spent time weeding and tidying up the pond. The piles of weed will be collected by CDC.
• New multi-purpose bins installed – in an attempt to cut down on dog waste and plastic bags being dropped by dog walkers, new bins which also take dog waste have been installed in Charlton just by the Levin Down footpath and also at Glebe Field
• Southern Water – we are still working with Southern Water in an effort to stop them over pumping polluted water into the river. They have also agreed to pay for repair work to be done to the tyre tracks left by their tankers on the village green.
• Cemetery Project – sufficient funding has now been received to start work on tidying up the old Edwardian cemetery next to the school and turn it into a wild flower meadow and an area of peace and tranquillity. Work is due to start before Christmas.
• Defibrillator – due to lack of use, BT have taken the decision to remove the phone in Singleton and have offered the kiosk to the PC for £1. We have taken the decision to turn the kiosk into an emergency centre that will house a public access defibrillator and emergency phone. We are working with the Community Heartbeat Trust (CHT) and BT to achieve this.
• Playground – following our annual inspection, a couple of councillors have spent time repainting the climbing frame and gate.
• Post Office – despite PC appeals to the Post Office urging them to keep a full counter service in operation at the Museum, regrettably this service closed in July. A 6 week local public consultation has closed but PC took part in the consultation and urged the Post Office to open twice a week (in the morning and another in the afternoon) and that due to the uneven surface at the Partridge, a more suitable place would be opposite Little Garth. Until the consultation responses have been considered, a new mobile service will be at the Partridge Inn, Mondays 2.15-4pm and your new mobile postmaster is Noel Reidy 07484 526779.
• Parking at Bankside – it was agreed that the PC should write a letter to Hyde Martlett regarding the money that was set aside by them to look into what can be done about where there is a solid line of cars along the road in front of the houses. It’s hoped the money set aside for this may be able to still be used.
• Goodwood Stewardship Proposal – following the village meeting in September with Goodwood, it was agreed that there is merit in working closely with Goodwood. Stewardship was accepted and it was agreed that we would work with Goodwood to ensure our VDS is robust and complements their Estate Plan.

All our Parish Council meetings are open to the public and we welcome and encourage people to attend.

Jane Landstrom, Clerk, Singleton Parish Council
T: 01798 669118 E: W: 
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Charity  - 
100 Club
Mandy Holt

This Month’s Winners!

1st prize… V Mudford
2nd prize… T Weeks
3rd prize… S Wilson

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Singleton & Charlton  - 
By popular demand, Singleton Primary School will be holding another Christmas Shopping Evening at the school on Charlton Road on Thursday 24th November 2016 between 7pm and 9pm.

This is a fabulous opportunity to buy all of your Christmas gifts in one place. With stalls selling jewellery, home wares, decorations, stocking fillers, toiletries, children’s toys and clothes and much more, you are guaranteed to find a special gift for everyone.

To add to the festive spirit there will be mince pies, mulled wine, a nail bar and a goody bag for the first twenty guests through the door at 7pm!

Entry is free and open to everyone so bring your friends and come and enjoy a festive treat.

If you would like to have a stall or know someone that would, please contact for details.
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Yes, this is Ted! I work in the care industry and dabble with all things tech!
  • Chichester High, Chichester
    Senior, 1974 - 1979
  • Rose Green, Bognor Regis
    Junior, 1972 - 1974
  • Framwellgate Moor, Durham
    Senior, 1978 - 1979
  • Bitterne Manor, Southampton
    Junior, 1970 - 1972
  • Languard, Southampton
    Pre-Junior, 1968 - 1970
Basic Information
I work in the care industry
  • Dignity Group
    Company Secretary, 1991 - present
  • Grampian Regional Council, Robertson Road Centre, Fraserburgh
    Deputy Manager, 1988 - 1991
  • NCH, Ebley, Stroud
    Deputy House Leader, Kent House, 1986 - 1988
  • United Response, Mant Road, Petworth
    Support Worker, 1985 - 1986
  • London Regional Transport
    Train Driver/Guard, 1984 - 1985
  • Mid-Staffs Health Authority, St Georges Hospital, Stafford
    Student Psychiatric Nurse, 1981 - 1984
  • Olby's, Bognor Regis
    Sales Assistant, 1980 - 1981
  • Barclays Bank, Souhampton
    Junior Clerk, 1979 - 1980
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Singleton, West Sussex, UK
Lewisham, UK - Rosehearty, UK - Maud, UK - Ellon, UK - Old Deer, UK - Stafford, UK - Southampton, UK - Bognor Regis, UK - Stroud, UK - Gloucester, UK - Durham, UK - Petworth, UK - New Cross, London
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