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Rachael wrote:There's an SE23 magazine?
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At the end of the day, it's his forum and he can run it how he likes.
Rachael wrote:Okay, I'm really quite cross this time.
I started a topic on SE23.com yesterday about The Butchery. There hadn't been much discussion and I wanted to remind people that it is now permanently open. I added a link to the Butchery website as it listed the opening times, which are not standard. There followed a few comments about how good their meat is compared to the supermarket, and no more expensive.
Another person started a similar thread on the main part of the board and I commented to say there was another thread.
Then both threads were removed. Presumably because Admin thought I was trying to give The Butchery free advertising.
As an experiment, I added a comment to a thread about an awful Chinese takeaway. I recommended the one we have used for about 10 years. Pfft - thread gone. Apologies to the OP.
What makes me cross is that this is not the first time that the SE23.com Admin has either deleted or locked posts about The Butchery. As one of the first of the SEE3 pop-ups to set up permanently, it is absolutely vital that the wider community knows about it and has the chance to support it. This is about much, much more than the local forum losing a bit of revenue (which is not actually the case - I'm not in the pay of The Butchery, there is no attempt here to circumvent the forum rules). Moreover, if other businesses are interested and check the SE23.com forum, they might be dismayed at the apparent lack of interest in new businesses.
squashst wrote:Hi, It might be worth posting on the se23 forum website if you haven't done so already:
That's mainly because there are so few contributors and too many people have fallen foul of the ruthless administration as described above.marymck wrote:That's a shame. I've only recently joined! It seems a much less argumentative site than here. More polite and friendly
marymck wrote:and people don't run forest hill down in the way people on here often run sydenham down..
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