* Welcome Guests

Welcome Guest. We're a PRIVATE FORUM for Members only.
As a Guest this is all you'll be able to see. Why not register with us to see more?

Have you just signed up and not received your activation e-mail? please check your SPAM/JUNK folder in your e-mail program as some are being caught there. Similarly, a mistyped e-mail address won't work either. If you still have not received it please contact us by clicking HERE or by posting a message on our logging in problems board HERE.

* Corona Virus Advice

Dear Members and Visitors,

Just in case you've not seen the latest advice / guidelines regarding the Corona Virus (Covid-19), please visit the Government's website via the link below so you can be as up to date as possible.

The UK Government's Advice/Rules on Corona Virus

Also, the NHS website has a lot of useful information.

NHS Corona Virus Advice

I hope you are all following the rules in self-isolating and social-distancing. Only a fool would think they would never catch it and mix with others only to spread it further. Please do follow the guidelines and the Government's rulings.

Be safe, be healthy and be wise.

Regards
Hal
www.fiftyplusforum.co.uk

Recent Posts

Pages: [1] 2 3 ... 10
1
Front Page / Gates Foundation agrees break-up back-up plan
« Last post by garry on Thu 08-Jul-2021 | 06:58AM »
For me it is with sadness that I read of this stage of Bill and Melissa divorce. They have of course not shared too many personal details, so perhaps all we can do is speculate?

We probably have heard much more about Bill in the news than Melissa. But for me has had always appeared as a well focused person from the beginning of  his career and his approach to child rearing and his philanthropic endeavours. No less Melissa.

We bandy the figure of the divorce rate at least in European countries being around 50%. We never did hear very much about Bill and Melissa and their marriage over27 yrs so for me it came as shock news. But having been through one myself I sure know it can happen.

so now they are discussing how their foundation will condition and conditions for the future should one of them pull out of the venture.

Of course we can say that they are no different than any other couple in this regard apart from their wealth. Whatever I just feel a profound sadness?

-2021July7-[business]]Bill and Melissa Gates divorce plans

2
Front Page / Re: Healthy aging solution for women 50+?
« Last post by aron on Tue 29-Jun-2021 | 08:08AM »
I just think that women going through the menopause will usually find their own way of dealing with any issues that arise.

If they're the type of woman who has looked after herself,regarding exercise and diet and been aware of such, up to the age of their particular menopause, then they'll be in a good position and have a better idea of how to 'carry on'.

Every woman is different of course. Some sail through it and don't give it a thought. Others- and we hear more of it these days- just can't cope and obviously would maybe love some advice, to help them through.

I hope Ellie succeeded in her quest.
3
Front Page / Re: Healthy aging solution for women 50+?
« Last post by Lila1410 on Mon 28-Jun-2021 | 07:13AM »
A pity Ellie only posted once, she may have forgotten that she's still a member in here.

Women 50+ is rather a large group, isn't it? and may have a variety of health problems, not necessarily age-related.
4
Front Page / Re: The Paris Accord.
« Last post by Moonlighter on Thu 12-Nov-2020 | 20:10PM »
I have yet to see a definition of "climate change".
5
Front Page / Re: Milk
« Last post by Flixtonian on Sat 08-Dec-2018 | 10:59AM »
I was unfortunate enough to have been milk monitor and ink monitor. 
6
Front Page / Re: Milk
« Last post by Hotton on Sat 08-Dec-2018 | 08:20AM »
We had milk delivered for at least 40 years on a daily basis. They then changed to 3 times a week. We stopped several years ago-can't remember why.
Now buy a Litre every Saturday when home at Sansbury's.
7
Front Page / Re: Milk
« Last post by Lila1410 on Sat 08-Dec-2018 | 06:57AM »
None round here. I did have one 20 something years ago but he was too unreliable.

I get it delivered once a week now (with my veg box), and put most of it in the freezer. More expensive, but I think it's worth the hassle.
8
Front Page / Re: Milk
« Last post by aron on Fri 07-Dec-2018 | 17:52PM »
When I cancelled my milkman, oh, 45 years ago-ish.. I remember him saying to me 'You Ratbag !' !!!
9
Front Page / Re: Milk
« Last post by Beppy on Wed 05-Dec-2018 | 15:32PM »
We still have a milkman who delivers to us three times a week.
10
Front Page / Re: Milk
« Last post by Katyblue on Wed 05-Dec-2018 | 15:10PM »
Yes fresh. No-one here goes to work.
Pages: [1] 2 3 ... 10

SimplePortal 2.3.7 © 2008-2021, SimplePortal