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  • which just been horrendous Realer.

  • You're getting mixed messages all the time, Just getting difficult again.

  • So I don't know what to expect because is not on our hands, but all lost for words to explain what is different about Bolton.

  • Why are we being crucified?

  • Yeah, has the free growing up if this local locked down carries on I fear for the future of bank top story.

  • Today is the last day two of the staff of his withers David Sam finishing.

  • So we're just trying Thio.

  • See them off in style and we can't raise a glass anywhere else in Bolton.

  • But we can at least taste our sampling room.

  • If I can't take this opportunity to ask Dave on some to come forward, There's a case of beer each for you.

  • Yeah.

  • Thanks, Steph.

  • Thank you.

  • Thank you, thank you.

  • Case about to the bomb for your son.

  • Thank you very much for the two years you work for us.

  • It's really died.

  • It's not enough for for everything.

  • But the depleted tales is meant that were losing staff in the brewery, which is got wrenching for people that I've known some 40 odd years.

  • If this lock down carries on, we may have to trim further.

  • Can I just say it's been great last 10 years?

  • I mean, it made a lot of friends.

  • I start to go, uh, wouldn't be by choice.

  • It's more than friendship on its more family than than its.

  • I think that's quite so much.

  • Obviously, there's Onley a few of us here, so it's very close knit.

  • We all know each other pretty well.

  • We all get to know which we get along.

  • It's just difficult times for everything at the minute.

  • It's not the time to be looking for a job.

  • I'm 59 years old, so trying to find another job is gonna be extremely difficult, especially in today's climate.

  • So at this stage, I don't know what I'm gonna do.

  • I've got to look people in the eye on the day to day basis and think you won't be here next week.

  • You won't be here next month.

  • 17.

  • It's just beyond comprehension.

  • I really don't wanna think about it.

  • These are the reasons I'm losing sleep a night.

  • There's a lot off in security in the air on on top of that, of course, we got bills to pay on the concept that call me about the concert tax on these kind of things.

  • I'm back to work, Yes, but I'm not a full time.

  • So the income is lower.

  • Onda.

  • I pay as much as I can.

  • Actually, I'm trying hard toe stay on the right level of payments just not to have this kind of problem.

  • But it's hard if we can't make any money through sales.

  • The obvious is we have to show ALS barrels that to my left inside, going all the way down here and now would normally be out in a pub cellar.

  • I looked at him and think, Where is the future of the business?

  • We've done nothing wrong.

  • People are suffering on.

  • It's not my fault.

  • It's not our fault.

  • It hurts.

  • Yeah, since we last met, it was a bit grim because I was unfurl.

  • Oh, on kept being on furlough.

  • Unlike the gym was clause.

  • There was it was just hard.

  • It's a process.

  • But since then I've got myself in all the job, which is around the corner, and it's brilliant.

  • It's in a school.

  • Okay.

  • Yesterday uh, good.

  • The gold medal that I'm not worrying about walking around the gym, thinking I've got Thio were a master.

  • I mean, you've not got people breathing and coughing on, you know, in a locker room, you're in a classroom, but there's windows.

  • There's nobody there.

  • Yeah, so I'm just really well pleased that I've managed to get a job at my age, you know?

  • So, yeah, things are looking up a lot up here.

  • Actually, I think personally, I'm just taking care today and it got things up and just see how does progress rules have become indifference?

  • Or maybe a pub, maybe, or Christmas that we can go toe good afternoon at two o'clock with the latest of Great Manchester?

  • Here's an three government says pubs and restaurants in Bolton can reopen from this Saturday.

  • It's after Health Secretary Matt Hancock announced restrictions in the town she had been brought into line with the rest of Greater Manchester.

  • How did you feel?

  • Elated.

  • I feel like I'm not quite a million dollars, but I feel so happy.

  • I'm thrilled for a team that unfortunately, it's come a little too late for the two lads.

  • It wants the job.

  • Yesterday, Bolton has been treated very unfairly um, but, um, you know, not too bad.

  • Grudges.

  • And let's look forward.

  • Look positive.

  • Stay.

  • Stay safe on board.

  • Hopefully, we can overcome these dark days.

which just been horrendous Realer.

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