Fish return to Watford Pond - but Hannibal the Heron is still missing

Fish return to Watford Pond - but Hannibal the Heron is still missing

Fish return to Watford Pond - but Hannibal the Heron is still missing

First published in News Watford Observer: Photograph of the Author by , Senior Reporter

Fish have been re-introduced to the refurbished pond in Watford Parade.

The pond, which was criticised last month for dirty water, is looking cleaner and appears less green.

However, there remains no sign of the infamous heron, Hannibal, which lived in the pond before it was drained for the revamp.

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6:29pm Thu 24 Jul 14

Veritas says...

looking cleaner and less green!!!!!!!

It still looks disgusting!!! The film production crew there yesterday
could not believe someone spend 4 million and this was all they had to show
looking cleaner and less green!!!!!!! It still looks disgusting!!! The film production crew there yesterday could not believe someone spend 4 million and this was all they had to show Veritas
  • Score: 1

11:25pm Thu 24 Jul 14

WatfordAlex says...

Veritas wrote:
looking cleaner and less green!!!!!!!

It still looks disgusting!!! The film production crew there yesterday
could not believe someone spend 4 million and this was all they had to show
Clearly you are entitled to your opinion, but to call the pond 'disgusting' is luducrous. Given the usual style of your comments, I can't quite shake the feeling that your representation of the views of some film crew might be something of a fantasy...
[quote][p][bold]Veritas[/bold] wrote: looking cleaner and less green!!!!!!! It still looks disgusting!!! The film production crew there yesterday could not believe someone spend 4 million and this was all they had to show[/p][/quote]Clearly you are entitled to your opinion, but to call the pond 'disgusting' is luducrous. Given the usual style of your comments, I can't quite shake the feeling that your representation of the views of some film crew might be something of a fantasy... WatfordAlex
  • Score: 4

12:37am Fri 25 Jul 14

drunkenduck says...

These a design flew in the design of the pond. These nowhere the fish can hide. So if the Hannibal the Heron does appear {unlike it will} it be an easy meal for the bird.

These nowhere where the bird can perch away from harms reach. Then again, unlikely the ducks & ducking s wont be back either.
These a design flew in the design of the pond. These nowhere the fish can hide. So if the Hannibal the Heron does appear {unlike it will} it be an easy meal for the bird. These nowhere where the bird can perch away from harms reach. Then again, unlikely the ducks & ducking s wont be back either. drunkenduck
  • Score: 0

1:29am Sun 27 Jul 14

wd40 says...

drunkenduck wrote:
These a design flew in the design of the pond. These nowhere the fish can hide. So if the Hannibal the Heron does appear {unlike it will} it be an easy meal for the bird.

These nowhere where the bird can perch away from harms reach. Then again, unlikely the ducks & ducking s wont be back either.
Not sure what you are trying to state here. Judging from the time posted and the name I am assuming that you were a bit tipsy when typing.
[quote][p][bold]drunkenduck[/bold] wrote: These a design flew in the design of the pond. These nowhere the fish can hide. So if the Hannibal the Heron does appear {unlike it will} it be an easy meal for the bird. These nowhere where the bird can perch away from harms reach. Then again, unlikely the ducks & ducking s wont be back either.[/p][/quote]Not sure what you are trying to state here. Judging from the time posted and the name I am assuming that you were a bit tipsy when typing. wd40
  • Score: 0

10:14am Sun 27 Jul 14

pepsiman says...

I think Hannibal is in Missouri
I think Hannibal is in Missouri pepsiman
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