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Llwchwr Town Council considers colour photocopier

By South Wales Evening Post  |  Posted: October 07, 2013

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A SWANSEA town council is considering getting a colour photocopier.

In a report to Llwchwr Town Council the clerk Anthony Davies said that its current machine, which does not do colour, needed replacing.

He added: "It would make good sense to have a new machine but members may wish to consider a colour copier."

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  • ankh0137  |  August 25 2014, 12:55AM

    It has been 322 days since this article was published. Why no follow up to let us readers know if Llwchwr Town Council, under the direction of clerk Anthony Davies acquired a new colour copier? Would would like to know the outcome of this story.

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  • OnAKnifeEdge  |  December 11 2013, 11:43AM

    Despite hitting refresh repeatedly, the position remains static here. What shocks me is the lack of foresight that lead to the council being put in this position in the first place. The payer funded Project Solomon has failed miserably here. What's more converning is the lack of broader coverage . Xerox are su****iouous by their silence on this. We need Kate Adie, under an umbrella, making varied attempts at pronoucing the name of the town, on the hour to get any decent insight to this knifepoint.

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  • GSvale2  |  October 18 2013, 8:22AM

    At last! some proper investigative journalism. I agree with you Dia, I find it quite shocking the "Cup of Tea" incident wasn't reported. I hope the EP follow up on this story, it will be a hard decision for the council to make. Colour vs Black+White has been an ever growing problem for people in the private sector, it's obviously now filtering down to the public sector. I would suggest a "Fact finding mission" to somewhere like Barbados, where they could try out a colour copier in a relaxed environment, it may make this almost impossible decision easier for all involved. I will be thinking of you and will ask the local vicar to say a prayer for you in Church on Sunday.

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  • daibuddha  |  October 16 2013, 2:51PM

    I can't tell you how impressed I am with this decision making. Surely these people, with their skills could help resolve the Syrian problem.

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  • Dai_Chotomy  |  October 14 2013, 2:24PM

    I understand that the clerk had a cup of tea last week. Why was that not reported?

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  • ordyckhoff  |  October 14 2013, 12:02AM

    Oh my goodness, how is this an article?

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