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Pride of Place - vote for Forest Hill
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millesens


Posts: 65
Joined: Apr 2006
Post: #1
17-10-2007 11:08 AM

Shall we show everybody how much we like Forest Hill ? You can vote here

http://www.ukprideofplace.com/promo/vote...6&laid=230

The battle with Blackheath Village is going to be tough.

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blushingsnail


Posts: 364
Joined: Dec 2005
Post: #2
17-10-2007 11:30 AM

I'm torn between the Horniman and the Catford Cat!

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Scorpion


Posts: 121
Joined: Nov 2005
Post: #3
17-10-2007 02:10 PM

I just visited the link but cannot see a voting button? There was nothing clickable, that i could see. I saw the list of places up for voting, in lewisham, on the page, but no "Vote" etc. button?
(Forest Hill and The Horniman Museum had 61 votes)

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Scorpion


Posts: 121
Joined: Nov 2005
Post: #4
17-10-2007 02:21 PM

Uuum - I could not edit my post (it said I could not, within one minute, but 10 minutes passed and I still could not soooooooooooo... am now replying to my own post lol)


Duh me! Ok well, for others who may have a "Duh!" moment - I placed my vote by visiting the main page http://www.ukprideofplace.com then "Select Your Area" and then "Select Your Council" and THEN I had a a link to click on ;o) lol
I chose my local area, of course, because I think its great.

Sue

Scorpion Wrote:
I just visited the link but cannot see a voting button? There was nothing clickable, that i could see. I saw the list of places up for voting, in lewisham, on the page, but no "Vote" etc. button?
(Forest Hill and The Horniman Museum had 61 votes)

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Mrjamon


Posts: 46
Joined: Jun 2007
Post: #5
18-10-2007 09:07 AM

Wowsers! We're killing off the Lewisham borough competition hands down! Either Forest Hill is seriously better than Blackheath Village or no one's aware of this site apart from the SE23 forum. Gimme an 'F', gimme an 'O'....

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robwinton


Posts: 335
Joined: Jun 2006
Post: #6
18-10-2007 02:16 PM

96 to 19 after I voted!

Go FH!

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alex78


Posts: 18
Joined: Apr 2006
Post: #7
Smile  18-10-2007 02:26 PM

Just voted myself. Forest Hill now at 98 cf. 19 (Blackheath) & 28 (Catford Cat)!

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loca


Posts: 67
Joined: Sep 2007
Post: #8
18-10-2007 06:08 PM

alex78 Wrote:
Just voted myself. Forest Hill now at 98 cf. 19 (Blackheath) & 28 (Catford Cat)!

how do you vote, i cant seem to see the link!

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Scorpion


Posts: 121
Joined: Nov 2005
Post: #9
18-10-2007 06:39 PM

To vote, visit the main page http://www.ukprideofplace.com then "Select Your Area" and then "Select Your Council" and THEN you can select which place you want to place your vote for.

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how do you vote, i cant seem to see the link!
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roz


Posts: 1,793
Joined: Mar 2005
Post: #10
18-10-2007 08:17 PM

I think it would be great if Forest Hill won!

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roz


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Post: #11
18-10-2007 09:13 PM

I don't know who wrote the above post but it certainly wasn't me.

the 'real' Roz.

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admin
Administrator

Posts: 393
Joined: Dec 2002
Post: #12
19-10-2007 06:50 AM

roz Wrote:
I don't know who wrote the above post but it certainly wasn't me.

According to my records the post came from the same location as your own post in the Forest Hill Central thread only 49 minutes earlier. Suggest you ask others in your household - contact me off list if you have any further queries.

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Mrjamon


Posts: 46
Joined: Jun 2007
Post: #13
19-10-2007 08:35 AM

What do we get if we win?!?!?

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Elizabeth25


Posts: 212
Joined: Mar 2005
Post: #14
19-10-2007 10:11 AM

Yes how do you vote? I can't see either. We're winning! (Even the Catford Cat is beating Blackheath.)

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Scorpion


Posts: 121
Joined: Nov 2005
Post: #15
19-10-2007 05:18 PM

TO VOTE FOR FOREST HILL:- I have posted this twice before (3rd time lucky! LOL) but people have obviously not read all the posts. Maybe the original poster can edit their post and put the main page link in? Or Admin? It will help ;o) If not, here is HOW TO VOTE FOR FOREST HILL:- To vote, visit the main page http://www.ukprideofplace.com then "Select Your Area" and then "Select Your Council" and THEN you can select which place you want to place your vote for.

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alex78


Posts: 18
Joined: Apr 2006
Post: #16
Smile  22-10-2007 04:17 PM

Current standings are as follows:

Forest Hill & Hornimans: 38%
Catford Cat: 18%
Blackheath: 12%

Voting finishes on Friday 30th November.

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Scorpion


Posts: 121
Joined: Nov 2005
Post: #17
26-10-2007 10:08 PM

FH is still doing good, with 33% (at time of my last visit)
Hope others will vote before deadline of Friday 30th Novemeber

Sue

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thenutfield


Posts: 235
Joined: Nov 2007
Post: #18
13-11-2007 12:07 AM

FH currently running at 31% of the vote, Blackheath Village is nowhere.
Keep voting everyone!

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michael


Posts: 3,217
Joined: Mar 2005
Post: #19
23-11-2007 08:43 AM

With one week to go Forest Hill is still in top place, but with our lead slipping to 27% share of the vote. If you have not voted already there is still time, go to http://www.ukprideofplace.com

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Zeus


Posts: 24
Joined: Oct 2007
Post: #20
23-11-2007 09:15 AM

But what do we win? ......a new swimming pool?

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