But he writes that even though it’s left him “angry and push[ed] me to write a load of stuff on my blog about how disappointed I am”, he’s not going to change his shopping habits. “Iâ€™m not going to cut off my nose to spite my face; I like your shops,” he tells them.
Five hours after the power went out on the park side of Wanstead High Street it still wasn’t on. Which wasn’t good news for lots of shops, the doctors and dentists, and Starbucks. But good news for the Olive Branch.
Parts of the centre of Wanstead including the High Street have been hit by a powercut, which started at about 7.20am and is – unless anyone knows better – still going on. Any updates welcome, electricity permitting, via comments below.
It sounds like Susan Boyle’s cat, Pebbles, now living in Wanstead, is not actually having a traumatic time at all. But it does sound like the woman who is looking after it for SuBo is. She told the Wanstead Guardian:
“I’m being constantly contacted by newspapers about this. It’s been very upsetting. I had no idea this would cause so much fuss. Some of the things that have been written in the papers are rubbish. They say (Ms Boyle) dumped (Pebbles) on me, but that’s simply not true. (The cat’s) absolutely fine. She’s sitting on my bed.”
Some of those other stories include: Hello Magazine: “Susan Boyle ‘splits’ with beloved cat Pebbles” TVNZ: “Susan Boyle’s cat moves out” Daily Mirror: “SuBo chucks her Pebbles – Showbiz love split sensation”
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