Parts of Jaywick set to be evacuated as area prepares for flood

Essex County Standard: Parts of Jaywick set to be evacuated as area prepares for flood Parts of Jaywick set to be evacuated as area prepares for flood
  • Clacton County High School is now set up as rest centre for 500. Once the school closes as normal at 3.10pm they will be able to take more people. No decision has been made yet as to whether the school will close tomorrow. That will be taken later today. The school’s website will be updated with information. 
  • The Environment Agency has confirmed the Colne Barrier at Wivenhoe will be closed later today before the tide - which should provide complete protection for homes upstream ofand including Wivenhoe.
  • Brightlingsea Town Council has 500 sandbags for at risk residents - Colne Road is deemed at highest risk with the most of the town high enough above sea level.
  • Brightlingsea mayor Ian Block says town council staff are all working to prevent flooding and the town could be an island by tomorrow morning.
  • Jaywick residents are being asked if they want to be evacuated later this evening. Emergency services are knocking on 2,000 doors in the village so they have people's addresses in the event of a tidal surge in the middle of the night.
  • Essex Police and its partners have set up a dedicated hotline that people can call for information. The number is 0800 0961233.

The following streets are set to be evacuated: 

  • Alvis Avenue, April's View, Austin Avenue
  • Badminton Road, Beach Crescent, Beach Way, Belsize Avenue, Bentley Avenue, Broadway, Brooklands, Brooklands Gardens, Buick Avenue.
  • Cornflower Road, Crossley Avenue, Crossways (between j/w The Approach and Golf Green),
  • Daimler Avenue,
  • Essex Avenue,
  • Fern Way, Fiat Avenue, Fir Way, Flowers Way,
  • Garden Road, Glebe Way, Golf Green Road, Gorse Way
  • Hillman Avenue, Humber Avenue
  • Jasmine Way
  • Lake Way, Lanchester Avenue, Lavender Walk, Lincoln Avenue, Lotus Way
  • Meadow Way, Midway, Morris Avenue
  • Napier Avenue
  • Riley Avenue, Rosemary Way, Rover Avenue
  • Sea Crescent, Sea Glebe Way, Sea Holly Way, Sea Pink Way, Sea Shell Way, Sea Thistle Way, Sea Way, Singer Avenue, St. Christopher's Way, Standard Avenue, Sunbeam Avenue, Swift Avenue
  • Talbot Avenue, Tamarisk Way, The Close, Triumph Avenue
  • Vauxhaull Avenue
  • Willow Way, Wolseley Avenue
  • Yew Way

Essex County Standard:

PARTS of Jaywick are set to be evacuated as the area prepares for the worst flood in 30 years.

The Environment Agency issued a severe flood warning for the Clacton and Jaywick area.

Essex Police confirmed it was planning to evacuate parts of Jaywick.

Details of the areas affected are still to be confirmed.

There are also severe flood warnings for West Mersea, Point Clear, Jaywick and Seawick.

Key risk times are high tides at midnight and tomorrow between midday and 1pm.

Residents who may be evacuated are being encouraged to pack essential belongings and stay overnight with friends and relatives where possible.

In the event residents are not able to stay with friends and relatives they can go to Evacuation Assembly Points from where they will be transported to a suitable rest centre, where they can take shelter overnight.

Evacuation Assembly Points are in the following locations:

  • Jaywick Community Resource Centre in Brooklands, Jaywick.
  • The Golf Green Trust Hall, Golf Green Road, Jaywick.
  • Clacton on Sea Golf Club in West Road, Clacton.
  • Point Clear, Orchard Holiday Village
  • Seawick, Hutleys Caravan Park
  • West Mersea, The Free Church in Mill Road

Rest Centre:

  • Clacton County High School

Chief Inspector of Essex Police Richard Phillibrown said: "Emergency planners from the Essex Resilience Forum, including Essex Police, Essex County Fire and Rescue Service, local councils and the Environment Agency are working together to respond to this weather warning.

"We are urging residents not to panic and to please react to directions given to them by the emergency services.

"We would like to reassure the public that we have activated our contingency plans and are experienced in dealing with large scale operations.”

n Colchester Council has confirmed officers are handing out sandbags to Mersea Island residents

North East Essex Clinical Commissioning Group has put together the following advice for people who may be evacuated:

• Follow the advice of emergency services if they tell you to evacuate - they will take you to a safe place and give you food and bedding

• Bring warm clothing, sensible shoes and baby care items

• Bring medication and recent prescriptions

• Bring any medical advice or notes about your care needs that you have been given by nurses, doctors or social care

• Tell someone if you intend to stay with friends or relatives instead of the evacuation centre

• Bring emergency contact details for family members or anyone who needs to know that you have been moved to a safe place

Stay out of floodwater

Infection problems from floods in this country are rare. Usually any harmful bugs become diluted but there are a few precautions you can take to stay safe and healthy:

• Avoid walking or driving through flood water

• Be aware that flooding can cause manhole covers to come off

• Keep children and vulnerable people out of floodwater

• Don’t walk on sea defences or riverbanks

• Take care or avoid crossing bridges when water levels are high

• Take care crossing culverts as they are dangerous when flooded

• Look out for other hazards such as fallen power lines and trees

• Wash your hands thoroughly if you touch floodwater as it may be contaminated. Use warm water and soap especially after going to the toilet or before eating and preparing food. Use cold water or wet wipes if there is no water at all.

• Keep any open cuts or sores clean and cover with waterproof plasters

• The stress and strain of a flood should not be underestimated. Take time to consider your mental health and well being. Do not overdo it when cleaning up and remember that tiredness, difficulty sleeping and anxiety are normal in these circumstances

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1:56pm Thu 5 Dec 13

Justice79 says...

There are hopes the floods could cause up to £17 of improvements to the area.
There are hopes the floods could cause up to £17 of improvements to the area. Justice79

2:27pm Thu 5 Dec 13

Myrtle says...

Justice79 you are obviously too young to remember the 53 floods. Your comment is reprehensible. Have you no shame. People are at risk of being flooded and you come up with a comment like that. My father was involved in the rescue effort in 53 and it haunted him for the rest of his life. Jaywick may have it's problems but the majority of the people who live there are decent, law abiding citizens. Stay safe everyone.
Justice79 you are obviously too young to remember the 53 floods. Your comment is reprehensible. Have you no shame. People are at risk of being flooded and you come up with a comment like that. My father was involved in the rescue effort in 53 and it haunted him for the rest of his life. Jaywick may have it's problems but the majority of the people who live there are decent, law abiding citizens. Stay safe everyone. Myrtle

2:47pm Thu 5 Dec 13

Scoot says...

agree with you myrtle. I hope things aren't as bad as expected and everyone is safe and also their belongings as well. Hopefully with all the warnings many have managed to get their valubles stored as high as possible (especially old pictures which can't be replaced). I agree with you that Jaywick does have its problems but give me 1 person from Jaywick to 10 pretentious prigs from Colchester any day.
agree with you myrtle. I hope things aren't as bad as expected and everyone is safe and also their belongings as well. Hopefully with all the warnings many have managed to get their valubles stored as high as possible (especially old pictures which can't be replaced). I agree with you that Jaywick does have its problems but give me 1 person from Jaywick to 10 pretentious prigs from Colchester any day. Scoot

3:15pm Thu 5 Dec 13

Tom_Clacton says...

Myrtle, Scoot - Both of you have clearly not step foot in Jaywick for a while.

Voted the most deprived town in the UK for a reason - The place is (unfortunately) a hole. There's no denying it...

Regardless of the people living there, the town needs a LOT of work, or to be knocked down and rebuilt...properly - Oh apart from Martello beach holiday park is Probably the only thing worth keeping.
Myrtle, Scoot - Both of you have clearly not step foot in Jaywick for a while. Voted the most deprived town in the UK for a reason - The place is (unfortunately) a hole. There's no denying it... Regardless of the people living there, the town needs a LOT of work, or to be knocked down and rebuilt...properly - Oh apart from Martello beach holiday park is Probably the only thing worth keeping. Tom_Clacton

3:26pm Thu 5 Dec 13

Scoot says...

Tom, did I say anything about the buildings ? no and I would agree having been there recently that some do need some work doing to them . However if you knock them down no doubt the greedy developers would move in and put up some plastic palaces that the TOWIE crowd chavs would want to live in and the present residents of Jaywick couldn't dream of affording. What I was saying is that although it is a deprived area and has its troubles there are some decent hard working people down there and I would take 1 of them any day to 10 of the 'I must keep up with the Jones's' pretentious prigs of Colchester.
Tom, did I say anything about the buildings ? no and I would agree having been there recently that some do need some work doing to them . However if you knock them down no doubt the greedy developers would move in and put up some plastic palaces that the TOWIE crowd chavs would want to live in and the present residents of Jaywick couldn't dream of affording. What I was saying is that although it is a deprived area and has its troubles there are some decent hard working people down there and I would take 1 of them any day to 10 of the 'I must keep up with the Jones's' pretentious prigs of Colchester. Scoot

3:29pm Thu 5 Dec 13

romantic says...

With myrtle and Scoot on this one. There's a time and place to make jokes about places, but not when people are being evacuated. Even if people turn their noses up at the place, these are still people's homes! I am too young to remember 1953, but have seen the pics and reports. A storm surge is not something to be taken lightly, and let's hope the defences in place are adequate.

Perhaps the one saving grace is that the wind is blowing away from the shore, which may reduce the impact just a little bit.
With myrtle and Scoot on this one. There's a time and place to make jokes about places, but not when people are being evacuated. Even if people turn their noses up at the place, these are still people's homes! I am too young to remember 1953, but have seen the pics and reports. A storm surge is not something to be taken lightly, and let's hope the defences in place are adequate. Perhaps the one saving grace is that the wind is blowing away from the shore, which may reduce the impact just a little bit. romantic

4:12pm Thu 5 Dec 13

rhetoric says...

I pray that Jaywick may be safe and that the storm warnings will not be fulfilled. Still, it is obviously best to be prepared.
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I also hope that the residents will be able to keep their treasured belongings safe, and that they themselves will be looked after and heed the warnings of the authorities. Above all, I hope they don't lose their homes.
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Home is where you live and are happy. Jaywick does not harm anyone outside its boundaries, and is a happy retirement place for so many. It was always a dream haven for Londoners who had known harder times.
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I do remember 1953 and all the heartbreak. Was there not a lady in a wheelchair at the old telephone exchange, who sat calling residents, knowing that she would not herself have any chance of survival?
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Lesser grief was caused to those families who lost all their ground floor furnishings and many belongings. It was still unbelievably sad in those days when it took years to save up for a three piece suite or a new carpet. Homes were full of mud and sewage and everything was soaked and smelled dreadful. It took months to put things right.
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The waters came up as far as Hythe Station Road in Colchester and damaged the ground floors of some of the terraced houses there, which were slightly below street level.
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Well, you had to be there as the saying goes. Justice79 obviously thinks it was all a case of getting out a hair dryer and drying out a couple of soft furnishings! As they say, "read your history or you're doomed to repeat the same mistakes again and again."
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In 1953 the National Service kids were given shots to prevent any water borne disease the authorities could think of, and sent off in lorries to clear up and sometimes bring out the dead. They would never forget what they saw, the death and destruction and the helplessness of man against the elements.
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At least we are prepared this time and history tells us what to avoid.
I pray that Jaywick may be safe and that the storm warnings will not be fulfilled. Still, it is obviously best to be prepared. . I also hope that the residents will be able to keep their treasured belongings safe, and that they themselves will be looked after and heed the warnings of the authorities. Above all, I hope they don't lose their homes. . Home is where you live and are happy. Jaywick does not harm anyone outside its boundaries, and is a happy retirement place for so many. It was always a dream haven for Londoners who had known harder times. . I do remember 1953 and all the heartbreak. Was there not a lady in a wheelchair at the old telephone exchange, who sat calling residents, knowing that she would not herself have any chance of survival? . Lesser grief was caused to those families who lost all their ground floor furnishings and many belongings. It was still unbelievably sad in those days when it took years to save up for a three piece suite or a new carpet. Homes were full of mud and sewage and everything was soaked and smelled dreadful. It took months to put things right. . The waters came up as far as Hythe Station Road in Colchester and damaged the ground floors of some of the terraced houses there, which were slightly below street level. . Well, you had to be there as the saying goes. Justice79 obviously thinks it was all a case of getting out a hair dryer and drying out a couple of soft furnishings! As they say, "read your history or you're doomed to repeat the same mistakes again and again." . In 1953 the National Service kids were given shots to prevent any water borne disease the authorities could think of, and sent off in lorries to clear up and sometimes bring out the dead. They would never forget what they saw, the death and destruction and the helplessness of man against the elements. . At least we are prepared this time and history tells us what to avoid. rhetoric

4:46pm Thu 5 Dec 13

Myrtle says...

Tom, I do step inside Jaywick on a regular basis as part of my job, home caring for the elderly that live there. Does it really matter that the town is deprived ? Is that justification for taking a cheap shot at people when they are down or in great danger? They are all human beings and part of our community whether we like it or not. And, to the 6 people who thought the original comment was funny... words fail me. Unfortunately a crisis like this brings out either the best or worse in people.
Tom, I do step inside Jaywick on a regular basis as part of my job, home caring for the elderly that live there. Does it really matter that the town is deprived ? Is that justification for taking a cheap shot at people when they are down or in great danger? They are all human beings and part of our community whether we like it or not. And, to the 6 people who thought the original comment was funny... words fail me. Unfortunately a crisis like this brings out either the best or worse in people. Myrtle

5:13pm Thu 5 Dec 13

hollowbaron says...

Hmm. I have lived in Jaywick for a couple of years. Unlike Tom and Justice who are obviously renting, I bought and renovated my house here. They can only dream of a detached house, let alone one without rent or mortgage.

I am a computer engineer and on some contracts mostly abroad take home a week, what tom and justice earn in a month combined.

There is no problem with most of the residents in Jaywick. When I rarely visit Clacton, I am always approached by someone with a beer can hidden in a plastic bag asking for money.

The women seem to be nicer in Jaywick than Clacton as well.

I will be filming the high tide myself tonight and if there is anything interesting will post it online. I do wish that everyone stays safe though.
Hmm. I have lived in Jaywick for a couple of years. Unlike Tom and Justice who are obviously renting, I bought and renovated my house here. They can only dream of a detached house, let alone one without rent or mortgage. I am a computer engineer and on some contracts mostly abroad take home a week, what tom and justice earn in a month combined. There is no problem with most of the residents in Jaywick. When I rarely visit Clacton, I am always approached by someone with a beer can hidden in a plastic bag asking for money. The women seem to be nicer in Jaywick than Clacton as well. I will be filming the high tide myself tonight and if there is anything interesting will post it online. I do wish that everyone stays safe though. hollowbaron

5:19pm Thu 5 Dec 13

25414nora says...

Not just Jaywick, Harwich, Canvey Island too, suffered great loss of life on that fateful night: December 31st - January 1st 1953. Anyone who likes to joke about the threat of ..East Coast Floods.. I suggest you go to the library and take out a book...'The Great Flood' by the author 'Hilda Grieve,
Not just Jaywick, Harwich, Canvey Island too, suffered great loss of life on that fateful night: December 31st - January 1st 1953. Anyone who likes to joke about the threat of ..East Coast Floods.. I suggest you go to the library and take out a book...'The Great Flood' by the author 'Hilda Grieve, 25414nora

5:24pm Thu 5 Dec 13

hollowbaron says...

If I recall Holland got hit hard in 1953 by the same tidal floods.

On BBC East Anglia live there are reports that residents in Jaywick are deciding to stick it out rather than be evacuated, because of their pets. That is slightly foolhardy but courageous.

In a throwaway society where people dump their dogs, the moment their mobile phone bill rises, someone risking their life to care about their animal companions says a lot.

I guess its potential events like this that separates the Hero's from the "I am alright jack types."
If I recall Holland got hit hard in 1953 by the same tidal floods. On BBC East Anglia live there are reports that residents in Jaywick are deciding to stick it out rather than be evacuated, because of their pets. That is slightly foolhardy but courageous. In a throwaway society where people dump their dogs, the moment their mobile phone bill rises, someone risking their life to care about their animal companions says a lot. I guess its potential events like this that separates the Hero's from the "I am alright jack types." hollowbaron

6:36pm Thu 5 Dec 13

Justice79 says...

hollowbaron wrote:
Hmm. I have lived in Jaywick for a couple of years. Unlike Tom and Justice who are obviously renting, I bought and renovated my house here. They can only dream of a detached house, let alone one without rent or mortgage.

I am a computer engineer and on some contracts mostly abroad take home a week, what tom and justice earn in a month combined.

There is no problem with most of the residents in Jaywick. When I rarely visit Clacton, I am always approached by someone with a beer can hidden in a plastic bag asking for money.

The women seem to be nicer in Jaywick than Clacton as well.

I will be filming the high tide myself tonight and if there is anything interesting will post it online. I do wish that everyone stays safe though.
Ah so with your huge "earnings" you chose to make a home for yourself and your family in one of the most deprived areas in the country, bravo genius.
[quote][p][bold]hollowbaron[/bold] wrote: Hmm. I have lived in Jaywick for a couple of years. Unlike Tom and Justice who are obviously renting, I bought and renovated my house here. They can only dream of a detached house, let alone one without rent or mortgage. I am a computer engineer and on some contracts mostly abroad take home a week, what tom and justice earn in a month combined. There is no problem with most of the residents in Jaywick. When I rarely visit Clacton, I am always approached by someone with a beer can hidden in a plastic bag asking for money. The women seem to be nicer in Jaywick than Clacton as well. I will be filming the high tide myself tonight and if there is anything interesting will post it online. I do wish that everyone stays safe though.[/p][/quote]Ah so with your huge "earnings" you chose to make a home for yourself and your family in one of the most deprived areas in the country, bravo genius. Justice79

7:17pm Thu 5 Dec 13

hollowbaron says...

Perhaps because I am old school and judge others on actions and not stigma
Perhaps because I am old school and judge others on actions and not stigma hollowbaron

7:29pm Thu 5 Dec 13

short round says...

I have family in Jaywick area and I am worried right now for them! HOWEVER I don't think using this forum for bragging about wages or popping at the young who most likely live in the town just for trying to make light while quite possibly being scared for life limb and home is very wise. no one would disagree that Clacton and area has its problems but many of them have moved here from out of the area looking for a better life as I once did. and I know that the single most attractive woman anywhere lives there. please all of you calm down and just be ready to help tomorrow if we are needed.
I have family in Jaywick area and I am worried right now for them! HOWEVER I don't think using this forum for bragging about wages or popping at the young who most likely live in the town just for trying to make light while quite possibly being scared for life limb and home is very wise. no one would disagree that Clacton and area has its problems but many of them have moved here from out of the area looking for a better life as I once did. and I know that the single most attractive woman anywhere lives there. please all of you calm down and just be ready to help tomorrow if we are needed. short round

7:44pm Thu 5 Dec 13

hollowbaron says...

I will stay up till about 5am in case I need to assist emergency services. I will know at shortly after 1:00 whether there is any worry though, because I am going to the beach in between brooklands and the tower to film the tide.

Somehow I just think this is a false alarm though and I won't be risking my life to save anyone tonight as much as I want to.
I will stay up till about 5am in case I need to assist emergency services. I will know at shortly after 1:00 whether there is any worry though, because I am going to the beach in between brooklands and the tower to film the tide. Somehow I just think this is a false alarm though and I won't be risking my life to save anyone tonight as much as I want to. hollowbaron

8:21pm Thu 5 Dec 13

short round says...

stay safe hollowbaron
stay safe hollowbaron short round

8:28pm Thu 5 Dec 13

Say It As It Is OK? says...

hollowbaron wrote:
I will stay up till about 5am in case I need to assist emergency services. I will know at shortly after 1:00 whether there is any worry though, because I am going to the beach in between brooklands and the tower to film the tide.

Somehow I just think this is a false alarm though and I won't be risking my life to save anyone tonight as much as I want to.
You should be ashamed saying you won't be risking your life to save anyone tonight, as much as you want to.

What are you some kind of perverted thrill seeker revelling in other people's misfortune?
[quote][p][bold]hollowbaron[/bold] wrote: I will stay up till about 5am in case I need to assist emergency services. I will know at shortly after 1:00 whether there is any worry though, because I am going to the beach in between brooklands and the tower to film the tide. Somehow I just think this is a false alarm though and I won't be risking my life to save anyone tonight as much as I want to.[/p][/quote]You should be ashamed saying you won't be risking your life to save anyone tonight, as much as you want to. What are you some kind of perverted thrill seeker revelling in other people's misfortune? Say It As It Is OK?

9:05pm Thu 5 Dec 13

short round says...

hey hey hey you sound like my ex 'say it as it is ok' we know nothing about these people and hero's are made not born we will all see what is what tomorrow. in the mean time please all stay safe. x
hey hey hey you sound like my ex 'say it as it is ok' we know nothing about these people and hero's are made not born we will all see what is what tomorrow. in the mean time please all stay safe. x short round

11:49am Fri 6 Dec 13

tomtheDJ says...

Justice79 wrote:
There are hopes the floods could cause up to £17 of improvements to the area.
Oh dear, my personal keyboard warrior terrorist is back again **** his normal style of putrid.
Bless his little cotton socks...LOL....
So, for those with more interest of all things Jaywickian,
My local areas residents mostly stayed put, yes, we were reguarly urged to evac, but many like myself had packed bags, loaded my trusty diesel Landrover just incase it got "difficault"
we stood by our seawall just chatting watching first our golden beach being covered, then third way up our seawall, but no further.
we even had cups of tea brought out in true jaywickian spirit around hightide mark.
the only water Ingress was due to the small bore road drainage holes into the sand, they had been cleared by seawater pressure and was like little fountains, but the various road drains accepted most of that.
by 3am, nearly all the tremendous amount of emergancy services had been stood down, so It was left for me to cath up on some paperwork then sleep, but woken by our normal friday excellent 7am binmen collection time.
Our regular excellent bus service was running from 7am,
shortly after our normal machine roadsweeper done it two passes along the seafront road,
the postmen were doing rounds,
those who had evacuated brought back by a fleet of coaches & buses,
and I went to boring Tescos, how normal is that....lol

Thankyou those that "actually" know My jaywick,
up yours those who dont, but only read piffle here in the local rag ;)
JUSTICE (sic) my very own keyboard warrior terrorist included.
How did that plank ever come up with such a laughable name like JUSTICE, I mean....lol
perhaps he drives around dressed as a policeman, going,
Letsbeavinyou....lol

silly silly little nobody, but, does make me laugh.

happy daze guys..
[quote][p][bold]Justice79[/bold] wrote: There are hopes the floods could cause up to £17 of improvements to the area.[/p][/quote]Oh dear, my personal keyboard warrior terrorist is back again **** his normal style of putrid. Bless his little cotton socks...LOL.... So, for those with more interest of all things Jaywickian, My local areas residents mostly stayed put, yes, we were reguarly urged to evac, but many like myself had packed bags, loaded my trusty diesel Landrover just incase it got "difficault" we stood by our seawall just chatting watching first our golden beach being covered, then third way up our seawall, but no further. we even had cups of tea brought out in true jaywickian spirit around hightide mark. the only water Ingress was due to the small bore road drainage holes into the sand, they had been cleared by seawater pressure and was like little fountains, but the various road drains accepted most of that. by 3am, nearly all the tremendous amount of emergancy services had been stood down, so It was left for me to cath up on some paperwork then sleep, but woken by our normal friday excellent 7am binmen collection time. Our regular excellent bus service was running from 7am, shortly after our normal machine roadsweeper done it two passes along the seafront road, the postmen were doing rounds, those who had evacuated brought back by a fleet of coaches & buses, and I went to boring Tescos, how normal is that....lol Thankyou those that "actually" know My jaywick, up yours those who dont, but only read piffle here in the local rag ;) JUSTICE (sic) my very own keyboard warrior terrorist included. How did that plank ever come up with such a laughable name like JUSTICE, I mean....lol perhaps he drives around dressed as a policeman, going, Letsbeavinyou....lol silly silly little nobody, but, does make me laugh. happy daze guys.. tomtheDJ

2:56pm Fri 6 Dec 13

tomtheDJ says...

Well readers, My Jaywicks (my troll hates that)
MY Jaywicks 2pm high tide has come and gone quite safely,
peace has resumed in our community, with us older folks telling stories to young ones of the dangers of high tides, and not being worried as we get first class service from the emergancy services.

my packed bags now been returned into the warm bosom of my home,
my 3 dogs still cant decied on "whats he doing now"... lol
just trying to catch up on the other areas that never fared so well as us in, wait for it -
MY JAYWICK...

Justice....lol.....l
ol..... makes me smile SO much....
letsbehavinyou ;)
Well readers, My Jaywicks (my troll hates that) MY Jaywicks 2pm high tide has come and gone quite safely, peace has resumed in our community, with us older folks telling stories to young ones of the dangers of high tides, and not being worried as we get first class service from the emergancy services. my packed bags now been returned into the warm bosom of my home, my 3 dogs still cant decied on "whats he doing now"... lol just trying to catch up on the other areas that never fared so well as us in, wait for it - MY JAYWICK... Justice....lol.....l ol..... makes me smile SO much.... letsbehavinyou ;) tomtheDJ

4:49pm Fri 6 Dec 13

Justice79 says...

Keep taking your medication Ian.
Keep taking your medication Ian. Justice79

7:37pm Fri 6 Dec 13

tomtheDJ says...

Justice79 wrote:
Keep taking your medication Ian.
Is that all you can say JUSTICE (sic)
ok letsbehavinyou, time to report on realtime things, things you only dream about or get told down the pub, coz the bloke knows.........LOL..



letsbehavinyou......
nice.... ;)
[quote][p][bold]Justice79[/bold] wrote: Keep taking your medication Ian.[/p][/quote]Is that all you can say JUSTICE (sic) ok letsbehavinyou, time to report on realtime things, things you only dream about or get told down the pub, coz the bloke knows.........LOL.. letsbehavinyou...... nice.... ;) tomtheDJ

8:10pm Fri 6 Dec 13

tomtheDJ says...

Justice79 wrote:
hollowbaron wrote: Hmm. I have lived in Jaywick for a couple of years. Unlike Tom and Justice who are obviously renting, I bought and renovated my house here. They can only dream of a detached house, let alone one without rent or mortgage. I am a computer engineer and on some contracts mostly abroad take home a week, what tom and justice earn in a month combined. There is no problem with most of the residents in Jaywick. When I rarely visit Clacton, I am always approached by someone with a beer can hidden in a plastic bag asking for money. The women seem to be nicer in Jaywick than Clacton as well. I will be filming the high tide myself tonight and if there is anything interesting will post it online. I do wish that everyone stays safe though.
Ah so with your huge "earnings" you chose to make a home for yourself and your family in one of the most deprived areas in the country, bravo genius.
pay no attention to the non humain being thats currently going under the title of JUSTICE (that does make me smile)
he believes in fairy stories and pub gossip, even believing he is one of your quoted
"I`m allright Jacks"
reminds me of an old comedy film does our JUSTICE (sic)
bless his tiny cotton socks...

JUSTICE believes he is my anti christ, another keyboard warrior but apart from being gutless, likes to remain annonymous aswell.
a true comments section warrior - terrorist without a cause, but if it makes him/herself/itself feel Important - hey, who are we to argue eh....lol
just beware he/she/it dont ask you for your particulars, tiny notebook at the ready, starting with.... letsbeavinyou know...lol..bless...
.lol
[quote][p][bold]Justice79[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hollowbaron[/bold] wrote: Hmm. I have lived in Jaywick for a couple of years. Unlike Tom and Justice who are obviously renting, I bought and renovated my house here. They can only dream of a detached house, let alone one without rent or mortgage. I am a computer engineer and on some contracts mostly abroad take home a week, what tom and justice earn in a month combined. There is no problem with most of the residents in Jaywick. When I rarely visit Clacton, I am always approached by someone with a beer can hidden in a plastic bag asking for money. The women seem to be nicer in Jaywick than Clacton as well. I will be filming the high tide myself tonight and if there is anything interesting will post it online. I do wish that everyone stays safe though.[/p][/quote]Ah so with your huge "earnings" you chose to make a home for yourself and your family in one of the most deprived areas in the country, bravo genius.[/p][/quote]pay no attention to the non humain being thats currently going under the title of JUSTICE (that does make me smile) he believes in fairy stories and pub gossip, even believing he is one of your quoted "I`m allright Jacks" reminds me of an old comedy film does our JUSTICE (sic) bless his tiny cotton socks... JUSTICE believes he is my anti christ, another keyboard warrior but apart from being gutless, likes to remain annonymous aswell. a true comments section warrior - terrorist without a cause, but if it makes him/herself/itself feel Important - hey, who are we to argue eh....lol just beware he/she/it dont ask you for your particulars, tiny notebook at the ready, starting with.... letsbeavinyou know...lol..bless... .lol tomtheDJ

11:22pm Fri 6 Dec 13

Justice79 says...

Dear me 66 and all you have to resort to is childish name calling. Funny how numerous people who post on here point out to you several times a week that 99% of what you post is childish nonsense yet you only seem to take issue when I say anything. I look forward to the next update you give us from "your slum" in the meantime keep your rubber ring handy old timer.
Dear me 66 and all you have to resort to is childish name calling. Funny how numerous people who post on here point out to you several times a week that 99% of what you post is childish nonsense yet you only seem to take issue when I say anything. I look forward to the next update you give us from "your slum" in the meantime keep your rubber ring handy old timer. Justice79

10:55pm Sat 7 Dec 13

tomtheDJ says...

Justice79 wrote:
Dear me 66 and all you have to resort to is childish name calling. Funny how numerous people who post on here point out to you several times a week that 99% of what you post is childish nonsense yet you only seem to take issue when I say anything. I look forward to the next update you give us from "your slum" in the meantime keep your rubber ring handy old timer.
ohhh you are getting bitchie with this eh.. say, can I borrow you rubber ring, the one you sit on for comfort....

no, I should make the effort to stop being as lowlife as you justice, the perpetual monkey on my back, but you do remind me of that tellie advert for cough remedies, an ugly horrid green monkey that clings to another for support.
Away with you, for I have taken my medicine...
justice... (sic)
you dont live on Letsbe Avenue do you by any chance ??
number 79,
hello hello...
whos your lady friend,
whos the little girlie by your side...
[quote][p][bold]Justice79[/bold] wrote: Dear me 66 and all you have to resort to is childish name calling. Funny how numerous people who post on here point out to you several times a week that 99% of what you post is childish nonsense yet you only seem to take issue when I say anything. I look forward to the next update you give us from "your slum" in the meantime keep your rubber ring handy old timer.[/p][/quote]ohhh you are getting bitchie with this eh.. say, can I borrow you rubber ring, the one you sit on for comfort.... no, I should make the effort to stop being as lowlife as you justice, the perpetual monkey on my back, but you do remind me of that tellie advert for cough remedies, an ugly horrid green monkey that clings to another for support. Away with you, for I have taken my medicine... justice... (sic) you dont live on Letsbe Avenue do you by any chance ?? number 79, hello hello... whos your lady friend, whos the little girlie by your side... tomtheDJ

11:02pm Sat 7 Dec 13

tomtheDJ says...

Justice79 wrote:
Dear me 66 and all you have to resort to is childish name calling. Funny how numerous people who post on here point out to you several times a week that 99% of what you post is childish nonsense yet you only seem to take issue when I say anything. I look forward to the next update you give us from "your slum" in the meantime keep your rubber ring handy old timer.
alternate reply - delete as appropiate
(or whatever my poor little keyboard warrior terrorist)

http://dc.wikia.com/
wiki/Justice_League_
of_America_Vol_1_79


HA HA... its you Justice,
League of America,





comics..............
....................
....................
..........(sic)
[quote][p][bold]Justice79[/bold] wrote: Dear me 66 and all you have to resort to is childish name calling. Funny how numerous people who post on here point out to you several times a week that 99% of what you post is childish nonsense yet you only seem to take issue when I say anything. I look forward to the next update you give us from "your slum" in the meantime keep your rubber ring handy old timer.[/p][/quote]alternate reply - delete as appropiate (or whatever my poor little keyboard warrior terrorist) http://dc.wikia.com/ wiki/Justice_League_ of_America_Vol_1_79 HA HA... its you Justice, League of America, comics.............. .................... .................... ..........(sic) tomtheDJ

8:36am Sun 8 Dec 13

Justice79 says...

Dear me Ian my username does seem to cause you worry strange how late at night you are still thinking of me.

Like I said previously many people on these pages have pointed out to you in the past that most of what you post on this site is utter drivel but you constantly aim your attentions at me to be honest it's weird even by your warped standards.
Dear me Ian my username does seem to cause you worry strange how late at night you are still thinking of me. Like I said previously many people on these pages have pointed out to you in the past that most of what you post on this site is utter drivel but you constantly aim your attentions at me to be honest it's weird even by your warped standards. Justice79

12:59am Mon 9 Dec 13

tomtheDJ says...

Justice79 wrote:
Dear me Ian my username does seem to cause you worry strange how late at night you are still thinking of me. Like I said previously many people on these pages have pointed out to you in the past that most of what you post on this site is utter drivel but you constantly aim your attentions at me to be honest it's weird even by your warped standards.
ohhhh bitchier and bitchier even more.
just loved the spitful outpouring of yours about my "slum"...(sic)
look sad lad, dont worry about me sad lad, more to worry about in life in general, but then, historicaly, more of your follow up comments attack my posts - aiming at me personaly, than aiming at the content of the post.

you see, you just hate me, my comments, my neighbourhood, my life, my car, my everything.... sounds like that old black singers tune from a bit back in the days.. ;)
My Everything-its that very thing I find amusing the most, so I take you for a fool by playing along with whatever I know makes you retaliate - why ?
because you CANNOT stop yourself............
lol.... fool.
now, as your mostly asleep when i`m awake typing this monologue, you will awake to find I am yet again mocking your last comments,
so off you trot to school like a good little chappie/ chappess,
do your classes, learn something worthwhile, then get all bitter and twisted again and post something even funnier than before.... bye bye fool..

Oh, you can stop holding the little bit of string I have you on quite simply by letting go - THINK about it....
but then... stupid is as stupid does...
[quote][p][bold]Justice79[/bold] wrote: Dear me Ian my username does seem to cause you worry strange how late at night you are still thinking of me. Like I said previously many people on these pages have pointed out to you in the past that most of what you post on this site is utter drivel but you constantly aim your attentions at me to be honest it's weird even by your warped standards.[/p][/quote]ohhhh bitchier and bitchier even more. just loved the spitful outpouring of yours about my "slum"...(sic) look sad lad, dont worry about me sad lad, more to worry about in life in general, but then, historicaly, more of your follow up comments attack my posts - aiming at me personaly, than aiming at the content of the post. you see, you just hate me, my comments, my neighbourhood, my life, my car, my everything.... sounds like that old black singers tune from a bit back in the days.. ;) My Everything-its that very thing I find amusing the most, so I take you for a fool by playing along with whatever I know makes you retaliate - why ? because you CANNOT stop yourself............ lol.... fool. now, as your mostly asleep when i`m awake typing this monologue, you will awake to find I am yet again mocking your last comments, so off you trot to school like a good little chappie/ chappess, do your classes, learn something worthwhile, then get all bitter and twisted again and post something even funnier than before.... bye bye fool.. Oh, you can stop holding the little bit of string I have you on quite simply by letting go - THINK about it.... but then... stupid is as stupid does... tomtheDJ

1:01am Mon 9 Dec 13

tomtheDJ says...

Justice79 wrote:
There are hopes the floods could cause up to £17 of improvements to the area.
so so bitchie....letsbehav
inyou...
[quote][p][bold]Justice79[/bold] wrote: There are hopes the floods could cause up to £17 of improvements to the area.[/p][/quote]so so bitchie....letsbehav inyou... tomtheDJ

1:03am Mon 9 Dec 13

tomtheDJ says...

Justice79 wrote:
hollowbaron wrote: Hmm. I have lived in Jaywick for a couple of years. Unlike Tom and Justice who are obviously renting, I bought and renovated my house here. They can only dream of a detached house, let alone one without rent or mortgage. I am a computer engineer and on some contracts mostly abroad take home a week, what tom and justice earn in a month combined. There is no problem with most of the residents in Jaywick. When I rarely visit Clacton, I am always approached by someone with a beer can hidden in a plastic bag asking for money. The women seem to be nicer in Jaywick than Clacton as well. I will be filming the high tide myself tonight and if there is anything interesting will post it online. I do wish that everyone stays safe though.
Ah so with your huge "earnings" you chose to make a home for yourself and your family in one of the most deprived areas in the country, bravo genius.
so so bitchie - letsbehavinyou... lol
[quote][p][bold]Justice79[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hollowbaron[/bold] wrote: Hmm. I have lived in Jaywick for a couple of years. Unlike Tom and Justice who are obviously renting, I bought and renovated my house here. They can only dream of a detached house, let alone one without rent or mortgage. I am a computer engineer and on some contracts mostly abroad take home a week, what tom and justice earn in a month combined. There is no problem with most of the residents in Jaywick. When I rarely visit Clacton, I am always approached by someone with a beer can hidden in a plastic bag asking for money. The women seem to be nicer in Jaywick than Clacton as well. I will be filming the high tide myself tonight and if there is anything interesting will post it online. I do wish that everyone stays safe though.[/p][/quote]Ah so with your huge "earnings" you chose to make a home for yourself and your family in one of the most deprived areas in the country, bravo genius.[/p][/quote]so so bitchie - letsbehavinyou... lol tomtheDJ

1:05am Mon 9 Dec 13

tomtheDJ says...

Justice79 wrote:
Keep taking your medication Ian.
so so bitchie - letsbehavingyou.....
.lol
[quote][p][bold]Justice79[/bold] wrote: Keep taking your medication Ian.[/p][/quote]so so bitchie - letsbehavingyou..... .lol tomtheDJ

1:08am Mon 9 Dec 13

tomtheDJ says...

Justice79 wrote:
Dear me 66 and all you have to resort to is childish name calling. Funny how numerous people who post on here point out to you several times a week that 99% of what you post is childish nonsense yet you only seem to take issue when I say anything. I look forward to the next update you give us from "your slum" in the meantime keep your rubber ring handy old timer.
so so bitchie -- letsbehavingyou... lol......again.... ;)
[quote][p][bold]Justice79[/bold] wrote: Dear me 66 and all you have to resort to is childish name calling. Funny how numerous people who post on here point out to you several times a week that 99% of what you post is childish nonsense yet you only seem to take issue when I say anything. I look forward to the next update you give us from "your slum" in the meantime keep your rubber ring handy old timer.[/p][/quote]so so bitchie -- letsbehavingyou... lol......again.... ;) tomtheDJ

1:18am Mon 9 Dec 13

tomtheDJ says...

Justice79 wrote:
Dear me Ian my username does seem to cause you worry strange how late at night you are still thinking of me. Like I said previously many people on these pages have pointed out to you in the past that most of what you post on this site is utter drivel but you constantly aim your attentions at me to be honest it's weird even by your warped standards.
oh dear me, yet more so so bitchie retorts,
much akin to someone sufferingsevere PMT...
no, your not,
no cant be,
really ???



you just cant see your own points are being met with murth can you,
and for that, I am sorry in a way, sorry for your time wasted in life, when you could, or more to the point, SHOULD be doing something so much more worthwhile with your time.
It matters me not, for time I have plenty, no clock watching, no worrying about attending work, or anything else, Life has no real time clock.
Its a matter of been there - done that, got my gold watch, and calmly getting on with life.
I LOVE life, I love those that love life also, but you see my poor Justice, you just can comprehend life as free as mine with no worries, no worries about anything, as its been and gone, time....
just waiting in line now for the day I pass away.....


so, untill then, I`ll continue to take the pi$$ out of your stuck up attitude you sad little prig...lol
[quote][p][bold]Justice79[/bold] wrote: Dear me Ian my username does seem to cause you worry strange how late at night you are still thinking of me. Like I said previously many people on these pages have pointed out to you in the past that most of what you post on this site is utter drivel but you constantly aim your attentions at me to be honest it's weird even by your warped standards.[/p][/quote]oh dear me, yet more so so bitchie retorts, much akin to someone sufferingsevere PMT... no, your not, no cant be, really ??? you just cant see your own points are being met with murth can you, and for that, I am sorry in a way, sorry for your time wasted in life, when you could, or more to the point, SHOULD be doing something so much more worthwhile with your time. It matters me not, for time I have plenty, no clock watching, no worrying about attending work, or anything else, Life has no real time clock. Its a matter of been there - done that, got my gold watch, and calmly getting on with life. I LOVE life, I love those that love life also, but you see my poor Justice, you just can comprehend life as free as mine with no worries, no worries about anything, as its been and gone, time.... just waiting in line now for the day I pass away..... so, untill then, I`ll continue to take the pi$$ out of your stuck up attitude you sad little prig...lol tomtheDJ

8:52am Mon 9 Dec 13

Justice79 says...

Al life without worries? oh really that's why you spent the other night looking out to sea hoping and praying your home wasn't washed away by the tide.

I look forward to you making 6 or 7 posts in response, strange that you life is so so full you spend the majority of your time on here posting absolute garbage.

Right off to work now some of have to pay taxes to keep you and your family in the manner you have been accustomed to.
Al life without worries? oh really that's why you spent the other night looking out to sea hoping and praying your home wasn't washed away by the tide. I look forward to you making 6 or 7 posts in response, strange that you life is so so full you spend the majority of your time on here posting absolute garbage. Right off to work now some of have to pay taxes to keep you and your family in the manner you have been accustomed to. Justice79

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