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Events & Fiestas in Pollensa and Majorca Do you know of any forthcoming events or fiestas? Have you visited any? Let us know.

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Old 23-04-2014, 09:17
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Happy Saint George's Day to all our English members and also Feliz Sant Jordi to everyone, here it is celebrated with books and a roses .
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Indeed. St. George's day is not celebrated enough. Patriotism equals racism by so many of our politicians and liberals in this country.

Born and bred English and proud!

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Indeed. St. George's day is not celebrated enough. Patriotism equals racism by so many of our politicians and liberals in this country.

Born and bred English and proud!

Cheers Sparky.
indeed happy st George's day to all in that part of our united kingdom

npn you are correct I do feel sorry these days for our English cousins, its now as if you wave a cross of st George or a union flag you're some sort of racist

although its fine to be patriotic about welsh, Scottish and irish saints once a year!

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You are correct gers. I did indeed forget to say that I'm proud to be British also and want to keep the "union". We are better together and I think most Scots think that. I can't stand Salmond.

Anyway, off my soapbox now, getting all political!
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npn, I really wasn't looking to make a political statement its a holiday forum after all

although I must add I will be moving to Carlisle soon if said wee dictator gets his way

you can do Carlisle to Glasgow/lanarkshire and vice versa in just over an hour these days on the recently upgraded M74

never mind investing in property in pp, Carlisle may be the next property hotspot for us scots lol
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Yes Gers you are correct...this forum is not the place for political debate. My passport says i am British and of course i am, all beit a Janner but today is about England's patron saint and i for one have raised a glass or 2 and they were a little more than half full .
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Yes Gers you are correct...this forum is not the place for political debate. My passport says i am British and of course i am, all beit a Janner but today is about England's patron saint and i for one have raised a glass or 2 and they were a little more than half full .
good on ye sparks ma darlin' hope you, st George and all my English friends enjoyed their day

on another matter I'm sure that flippin' bully dragon was French, don't start me on them lol
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