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Ways To Raise Funding / Comments on the new hangar plans!
« on: September 30, 2017, 10:22:36 PM »
Let's keep this positive, what do you think of the new plans - and do you have any suggestions to improve.  I'm sure that the Trust people still read this forum.  One rule:

- Don't ask questions that are answered in the documents.

Chocks out, GO!

http://planning.doncaster.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=externalDocuments&keyVal=OW61G9FXJRD00


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Ways To Raise Funding / Re: Funding the new hangar - how?
« on: September 29, 2017, 11:58:02 PM »
Maybe they can lift the new hangar too!


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Engineering / Re: How would you feel?
« on: September 17, 2017, 11:40:56 PM »
Well the quiet Monday came and went.

Still no replies from the grown ups.

Guess they have reverted to type and are now just ignoring us and hope that we will all get bored and go away....
Pretty much my thoughts Sam !what a rubbish line of communication the Trust have adopted,still so long as people continue to be sucked in to donating and spending money with them they will just continue on and ignore our questions and comments,I wouldn't be surprised if they shut the Forum down to finaly silence us !!

 >:(

Mike


 Mike

I seem to remember when they set up the trust, that Mr Edmondson dictated that no member of the Trust employees was to post on any forum including this one, but both Sam and I did ????????


Not really how I recall it Denis?

As you probably remember myself and others were frequent contributors to this and many other forums throughout the restoration and I always did my level best to pass on as much engineering information and progress updates as I physically had the opportunity to.

This was in fact one of the main areas that both Andrew and Robert said they would like me to focus on when offering me a position in the team for the flying phase.


Cheers,
Ron
Hi Ron - would you return to 558 engineering if you were invited back?

She could probably do with some qualified engineers around her now the staff have been laid off!

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Engineering / Re: So that's it then?
« on: August 07, 2017, 12:05:39 AM »
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I understand that all of my authorisations have been kept up to date and I was forced to leave my stamp behind when I was sacked from the company.  I shall be very annoyed if I find out that my authorisations and signature are being used to certify work which I have not carried out.
I'm no expert, but is it really just a "stamp" that certifies work on aircraft?

I thought there must be more oversight than that, I hope there is - otherwise I might have to rethink the idea of the first holiday abroad in ages!

Surely, aircraft workers have to be supervised by a competent person.  That competent person, surely has to be authorised by an authorising body, who is regulated by the CAA?  Please tell me that someone can't just "forge" signatures and use someone else's stamp :-[

Or was was just a weekends worth of beer talking, because that seems quite a serious accusation?

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Engineering / Re: So that's it then?
« on: July 30, 2017, 02:43:33 AM »
Dark Side ????,with two posts under your belt I doubt very much that it makes you an expert on the subject,ask Sam and the dedicated volunteers (not the new batch) what the truth of the matter is !!

Mike
I thank you for you coment Mike,  I am sorry for new, but follow sometime.  I hope not problem.  I as well follow site "UKAR". It and me will laugh out loud. You as well?

I think "Sad Sam", some story to tell - yes?

I no wish to offend, is not welcome here?

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Engineering / Re: So that's it then?
« on: July 30, 2017, 02:23:24 AM »
Not likely,  for what it's worth I don't think Brunty was the right place for her either.

I also don't think she should have been retired at all.

A plan was presented to the management but they did not act on it.

I believe that 558 would still be flying if we had pursued a different course of action.

A lot of other stuff  that should have happened never did and I wonder now how serious we were about any of it....

I buy you a beer or too to hear that plan Sad Sam.

You must know things. I would want to hear it possibly?

Return me know?

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Engineering / Re: So that's it then?
« on: July 28, 2017, 09:51:52 PM »
So it's (it is)good news if crew chief thinks it will be ok.  Probably best chaining her down for the winter make sure the wind or snow don't cause unnecessary problems.  Looking forward to hearing that building is starting.  There is loads of crap about never happening on "Dark Side" - they seem to be in a feeding frenzy (as Sam say).  Makes me lmao.

And it's so active! It make me laaarrfff.

Sorry I did correct English again - Thank

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Engineering / Re: So that's it then?
« on: July 12, 2017, 06:58:18 PM »
I'm enjoying the squabble - usual arguments, if I could be bothered to read all of them I would probably have even more fun ;D

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