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Old 15-11-2018, 19:02
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I am in QA for a large Biotech company, but i've managed to drop one day, so down to 4 days. Hoping to be retired by 55 too! 49 at the moment.
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Farming a 300ac hill farm with the Mrs and am a self employed mobile agricultural mechanic.
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Retired from hgv/psv European driving & bored out of my mind.
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I retired 8 yrs ago.Had 12 months off,then looked after Grandkid from when she was 6 months old to her going to nursery.Enjoyed every minute of it.Had a part time job delivering medication for locally pharmacy for 4 years and packed that in just before Xmas.I now do one day a week at Jimmy's (St.James Hospital) as aTrolley Dolly for the RVS(Royal Voluntary Service),don't get paid but a worthwhile job helping the Community..RVS are always looking for volunteers so if you are getting bored at home or just want to put something back into the Community it is very worthwhile and of course you get to meet people who in return are happy to meet you even if it's just to chat to for a minute or two...
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I've been a postie for 30 years and still have another 15 years to go before my retiral! I get Saturday to Monday off every six weeks plus 7 weeks holiday entitlement. So we will be making the most of our getaway.
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So FlixtonFlyer is a Loiner, as was I & bmccoll works for Royal Mail as did I before I retired. It just goes to show what a small world this is at times.
I think I’ve said before that I’m retired but just realised it’s my tenth anniversary ( of retirement ) this year. Where does the time go?
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Time flies working for RM, David, but not in a good way as you'll probably know! As in "I can't wait for my day off to get 24 hours out of this place!"
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I retired 8 yrs ago.Had 12 months off,then looked after Grandkid from when she was 6 months old to her going to nursery.Enjoyed every minute of it.Had a part time job delivering medication for locally pharmacy for 4 years and packed that in just before Xmas.I now do one day a week at Jimmy's (St.James Hospital) as aTrolley Dolly for the RVS(Royal Voluntary Service),don't get paid but a worthwhile job helping the Community..RVS are always looking for volunteers so if you are getting bored at home or just want to put something back into the Community it is very worthwhile and of course you get to meet people who in return are happy to meet you even if it's just to chat to for a minute or two...

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