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Father Marc Lyden-Smith
This is the official account of Fr. Marc Lyden-Smith. Parish Priest in . Also Chaplain to and Catholic Chaplain to
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Sunderland Echo Sep 17
This has sparked a range of views:
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Father Marc Lyden-Smith 14h
Replying to @MahoundParadise
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Father Marc Lyden-Smith 18h
Replying to @RorateCaeli
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Father Marc Lyden-Smith Sep 17
Yeah. Or - leave them all open and let anyone visiting the city centre park in them for free in evening and Sundays, like other cities.
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Father Marc Lyden-Smith Sep 17
Some don’t have anyone to drop them off. And many don’t like loosing independence of driving.
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Sunderland AFC Sep 17
Thank you to everyone who donated to the Food bank project last Saturday 👏 Volunteers from and were joined by members of our under-23 and under-18 squads to help collect donations. Full story 👉
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Father Marc Lyden-Smith Sep 17
Still along way if you’re elderly and it isn’t cheap and closed on an evening. Let’s have free parking in our city centre for everyone on evenings, Sundays and back holidays.
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Father Marc Lyden-Smith Sep 17
The story is: Sunderland Council are putting people off from coming into the city centre by charging 7 days a week with a variety of confusing regulations and charges around the city. We need free parking on evenings and weekends.
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Father Marc Lyden-Smith Sep 17
Let’s keep it up. Even a trail period to see how many people in brings into the city, starting this winter.
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Father Marc Lyden-Smith Sep 17
With business leaders, Lib Dem’s, Conversatives and local people who want to use city centre more, all asking for free evening and Sunday parking, its time the council responded. this winter! ❄️
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Father Marc Lyden-Smith Sep 16
Parking in city centre should be free after 6pm every evening, and on Sundays and Bank Holidays. council should be encouraging people into our city, not confusing them with a variety of parking charges and regulations.
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Father Marc Lyden-Smith Sep 16
And still is. ;-). Don’t know what your point is?
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Father Marc Lyden-Smith Sep 16
Replying to @ProtecttheFaith
And it all started so well....
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Father Marc Lyden-Smith Sep 16
Replying to @kathsafc
Perhaps not anymore. My feeling, along with most poles in Sunderland, suggest people have changed their minds after all the lies of the Leave campaign have came to light.
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Father Marc Lyden-Smith Sep 15
Replying to @DenchGary
Too many “ifs” and “buts”. To much of gamble when it comes to people’s work.
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Father Marc Lyden-Smith Sep 15
This is why must be stopped. It will be catastrophic for cities like , already so let down by the government. If Nissan can’t sell the cars they make, what will that mean for workers in the city?! We need a .
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Father Marc Lyden-Smith Sep 15
Standing up to racism. All are welcome in . Always has been a welcoming city, and always will be! Reject racist views!
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Father Marc Lyden-Smith Sep 14
Replying to @holysmoke
Twitter 2009 I like apples. I like pears. That’s nice. Yeah. Twitter 2018 I like apples. So you’re anti pears then. No, I just prefer apples. So you hate pears. I never said that. You’re an ugly pear hater. I don’t hate pears! Yes you do. You make me sick!
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Father Marc Lyden-Smith Sep 14
Actually I do have a fair idea. Thank you.
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Father Marc Lyden-Smith Sep 14
Replying to @CisceroToday
I often am. But not in this occasion.
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