Politics so they say is a difficult even brutal business, one minute you are addressing the nation from the dispatch box, the next you are skipping about in bright clothing with green makeup (yes bright green) on a Saturday night game show. Politicians have to be tough, that said Mathew Offord came into the shop today and you would find it hard to come across a more charming man. Even when I am winging at him about local issues he is always very positive, so we are always pleased to see him. We sadly did not have much time to discuss the state of the economy and Article 50 because Mathew was far too busy showing photos of his newly acquired GP which he was in the process of restoring. We both believe in the philosophy in life it is very important to keep a sense of proportion
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The Welsh Harp Boat Centre began its life as a Motorcycle Dealer in the 1940’s just after the Second World War. As dinghies became more popular and affordable in the 1960s, O’Neill Bros. as it was then called changed its name, taking inspiration from the nearby Welsh Harp reservoir, so enjoyed by the Victorians.