Sergeant Sakura’s War

This is no April’s Fools…
Honest!

John Knifton

Why are the roadworks for our new road island between Nottingham’s ring road and the main road to Hucknall taking so long? They began in August 2014 and at first everything was going so well. Through September and October the works continued “apace” as they say. As you might expect, the old roundabout had to be completely demolished as unfit for purpose, and this is what has replaced it so far:

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Presumably, the roundabout will not remain for too long as a very large pile of soil, and one day somebody will surely find the money to plant something on it. Previously, the island looked like this:

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It always seemed to me to have a very Japanese feel to it, with stunted willow trees that could almost have come out of the world of bonsai. And this is the clue as to why the work has taken so long. Rumours began in…

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7 thoughts on “Sergeant Sakura’s War

      1. Absolutely. North America is totally infiltrated. That’s why it takes so many workers to complete simple tasks. Many of them standing around must be undercover security forces.

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