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3rd Hayling Scouts

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30==> Book Sale - Hayling Scout HQ

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TypeWishNumberw1
ReporterJamiePriorityMedium
StatusAssignedAssignedPeter
AreaCamping Equipment
Submitted06/04/13Updated10/04/13
ReportNew Lace up bags for the Mess tent Canvas, Poles and pegs. See Jamie/Tom
Comments 
TypeWishNumberw2
ReporterEddPriorityMedium
StatusAssignedAssignedPeter
AreaCamping Equipment
Submitted12/04/13Updated12/04/13
ReportMore awesome grey bags for the Nijers and dinning shelters.
Comments 
TypeWishNumberw11
ReporterKevin RichardsonPriorityMedium
StatusSubmittedAssigned 
AreaTransport
Submitted26/11/15Updated11/02/16
ReportTest Wish- Lear Jet please
Comments25/11/15 - Cloud funding??
TypeWishNumberw21
ReporterEdward HarrisonPriorityLow
StatusSubmittedAssigned 
AreaHQ
Submitted03/06/16Updated15/10/19
ReportScout promise and law on the wall in the form of some sort of plaque, engraved thing.
Comments15/10/19 - Not enough detail - need size - preferred material - where it would go - cheers - Dad.
TypeWishNumberw36
ReporterTom LincolnPriorityMedium
StatusSubmittedAssigned 
AreaHQ
Submitted22/03/17Updated22/03/17
ReportLight under porch so you can see the lock when its dark
Comments 
TypeWishNumberw50
ReporterEdward HarrisonPriorityLow
StatusAssignedAssignedAndrew Harrison
AreaHQ
Submitted06/08/17Updated15/10/19
ReportWinch metal gate posts upright so that gate opens freely again.(side of hut in front of grass)
Comments20/09/19 - Will try a trolley jack
15/10/19 - Trolley jack did not work - enough leverage but I sprung the gate off its hinges!
TypeWishNumberw55
ReporterIan HawkePriorityMedium
StatusAssignedAssignedIan Hawke
AreaOther Items
Submitted29/08/17Updated31/08/17
Reportian playing again wlb
Comments30/08/17 - Test update 40 or $50 or 10%
30/08/17 - Test looks ok
30/08/17 - Just checking this & that
31/08/17 - Next update
TypeWishNumberw56
ReporterIan HawkePriorityMedium
StatusApprovedAssignedIan Hawke
AreaGeneral Equipment
Submitted31/08/17Updated10/09/17
Reportian testing new php version change
Comments08/09/17 - Assigning and testing.
08/09/17 - approved today.
09/09/17 - still working on it
10/09/17 - Finalising solution
TypeWishNumberw70
ReporterJames PerfettPriorityHigh
StatusSubmittedAssigned 
AreaHQ
Submitted12/02/18Updated12/02/18
ReportExplorer notice board in main hall
Comments 
TypeWishNumberw78
ReporterJamie BrayPriorityMedium
StatusAssignedAssignedPeter
AreaCamping Equipment
Submitted06/08/18Updated17/08/18
ReportBags for mess tent. Canvas (2 ends + 5ft), 10ft extension Poles, Roof, legs, ground rails @ extension as 1 pole bag. See Jamie for ideas
Comments17/08/18 - Agree present bags are old & need replacing. will contact Jamie for his ideas
TypeWishNumberw86
ReporterEdward HarrisonPriorityMedium
StatusAssignedAssignedPeter
AreaHQ
Submitted14/02/19Updated02/05/19
ReportFill and repaint blackboard.
Comments02/05/19 - Arrow Holes filled and given a 1st coat of paint but will need another.
TypeWishNumberw88
ReporterEdward HarrisonPriorityMedium
StatusSubmittedAssigned 
AreaGeneral Equipment
Submitted14/02/19Updated14/02/19
ReportTablet computer for the hut just to use with OSM.
Comments 
TypeWishNumberw89
ReporterPeter GoddardPriorityMedium
StatusSubmittedAssigned 
AreaGeneral Equipment
Submitted17/02/19Updated17/02/19
ReportFollowing a change & update of the Aerial Runway code, natural fibre ropes are now not allowed for the main hawser and synthetic ropes must be used. Consequently we need to purchase a 50m length of 20mm diameter Polyester rope to enable aerial runways still to be made. Cost in the region of 150 with careful buying. The rest of the aerial runway code is still basically the same except that pulleys must have closed eyes (mousing is not allowed). I'll look at the pulleys issue to see if we need any extra.
Comments 
TypeWishNumberw106
ReporterIan HawkePriorityMedium
StatusSubmittedAssigned 
AreaGeneral Equipment
Submitted03/09/19Updated03/09/19
ReportTest
Comments 
TypeWishNumberw107
ReporterAndrew HarrisonPriorityLow
StatusAssignedAssignedIan Hawk
AreaOther Items
Submitted20/09/19Updated20/09/19
ReportUnique reference on each wish so we can cross reference duplicates and close one of them
Comments20/09/19 - Assigning this to you Ian, what happens if I misspell your name? That's an "e"sy thing to try?
TypeWishNumberw108
ReporterEdward HarrisonPriorityMedium
StatusAssignedAssignedAndrew Harrison
AreaHQ
Submitted23/09/19Updated15/10/19
ReportPlease poisen the carpark weed forest.
Comments15/10/19 - We will be felling this before the book sale. Will try and "Roundup" the stumps to slow regrowth. Note also the proposed resurfacing work.
TypeWishNumberw110
ReporterAndrew HarrisonPriorityMedium
StatusAssignedAssignedPeter Goddard
AreaHQ
Submitted15/10/19Updated15/10/19
ReportImprove lighting in main hall by the Day room door and outside the book store. Would be more attractive for the book sale and a general improvement. Should it be a separate switch or linked to the next pair of lights?
Comments15/10/19 - I can fit a 4ft tube which is the same as the other side would link it to existing circuit for that end of the hall, can't see any advantage for independent switching.