Re: Vote for st georges day for england



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On Wed, 13 Apr 2005 14:25:24 -0400, "Biker Boy" <[email protected]> wrote:

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>"darryl green" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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>> A Friend of ours and member at our Golf Club is a publican and he put a

>big
>> sign outside advertising a St George's Day Celebration.
>>
>> His pub is close to a mixed race area and he's since had a visit from

>police
>> requesting that the sign be taken down for fear of offending local ethnic
>> groups.
>>
>> It amazes me how St Paddy's day can be emblazened everywhere in England

>but
>> for some reason St George's Day is frowned upon.
>>
>> Anyone know of any similar experiences or laws that prevent celebrating St
>> George's Day.
>>
>> I think it should replace May Day which means nothing to me.
>>
>> VOTE HERE:
>> http://www.stgeorgesday.com/voting.asp
>>
>>

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>

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