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Seems to have left here after I blocked up his way in with 15 house bricks
Ok, so the badger is accessing my garden under a gate. I filled in the hole that it dug 4 days ago and it hasn't dug it out again. on monday last...
Siting confirmed today in Shepherds Fold, dug under someone's patio
If you find a 10 inch dia and 10 inch deep hole in your garden it is probably made by
a badger, The spoil fans out. If it is a badger, at the...
I thought great when I saw the leaflet. Opened it up and it is a housing development. All the house plots are shown in a light shade of green so...
The Dray Yard buildings were accessed through an alleyway in Victoria Terrace adjacent to
No. 67. When the brewery closed the...
Must contact my rumour source tonight
Grapevine reports that the Swan with Two Necks, Blackbrook is closed - to be converted into flats
Called in Saturday, out in 2 minutes, a pub with no beer, lost the cask mark in august
Office Desk is open
Signed up for a Badminton Court - 10 weeks min rolling - £8.50 per hour - monthly invoices - all very good
Ordered some from B's Blinds 2 weeks ago, fitted now, Great
Ah well, no great loss in the area now, with the Vaults, Shrew and Bird.
Must think that good staff are easy to find, proven good quality let go wow
What's the deal to play badminton in the sports hall?
Clarkes Buildings was in Eastgate Street
In 1787 William Beech purchased some land in Foregate which probably stretched to Snow Hill and proceeded to erect some buildings, one was the...
Beech's Yard 1835
The house belonged to the well known Clewlow family
Harry Clewlow, Painter and Decorator etc owned it until he died in 1963
Esther Clewlow lived...
I would, having been to the Red Lion recently
I believe this to be true. Swan with Two Necks at Blackbrook is wonderful, Looking forward to having a local like this.
It makes you think - why would there be a railway crossing gate in 1844 when there was no railway?