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Cowlingweb Update Archive - Aug / Sep / Oct / Nov / Dec 2009
Added: 23rd December 2009

We hope all the visitors to Cowlingweb both past and present have a Wonderful Christmas and a Very Happy New Year!

From today we are taking a break and will be back with updates in the New Year. We will be welcoming a new member to the Cowlingweb team on our return.

Added: 12th December 2009
MIDDLETON MUMMERS
9th ‘Sunday before Christmas’ South Craven Tour
MIDDLETON MUMMERS
9th ‘Sunday before Christmas’ South Craven Tour
To Perform a traditional folk play
where good overcomes evil to ensure a bright New Year.

Sunday December 20th

3.00 pm Middleton, Cowling
5.15 pm Dry St. Café, Cowling
6.00 pm Bay Horse, Cowling
6.45 pm Bay Horse, Sutton
7.30 pm King’s Arms, Sutton
8.30 pm Old White Bear, X Hills

See St George fight for England.
What is the devil responsible for this year?
Be amazed at the doctor’s wonder cures.
Guest appearances from ‘celebs’ of today.

IT’S FREE,
IT’S SHORT, (15-20 minutes)
IT’S FUN, and…
IT CONTAINS (just a little) VIOLENCE!
For more information phone: 01535 637352

Added: 6th December 2009
Postcard View of Ickornshaw - 1937 - Added To Old Cowling Photos
Supplied By: Mr & Mrs Tindale - Received: Via Email.
Added to: Old Cowling Photos

Postcard View of Ickornshaw - 1937
Postcard View of Ickornshaw - 1937


Christmas Revue

A GREAT NIGHT OF SEASONAL FAMILY
ENTERTAINMENT FEATURING LOCAL TALENT


Cowling Village Hall Friday 11th December 7:30pm 'til late

Performances from:

Cowling Youth Club dancing to: Michael Jackson's Thriller Street Dancing Rock n Roll

Cowling School Singers and Featuring
The story of Albert the Lion Carol Singing lead by Cowling Companions and Youth Club


Admission Includes Christmas Supper
Licensed Bar
Tickets: Adults £5 Kids £2.50 Family Ticket (2+2) £12.50 In advance from: Baines' Shop, OR Richard Price at 21 Mill Croft (637699)
N.B. bar will not serve during performances, Cowling Village Hall operate a "Challenge 25" policy on the bar

Added: 29th November 2009
Cowling News - December Village Newsletter
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10 Old Photographs Added To Old Cowling Photos
Supplied By: Jean Watson - Received: Via Email.
Added to: Old Cowling Photos

Added: 15th November 2009
8 Old Wedding Photographs Added To Old Cowling Photos
Supplied By: Jean Watson - Received: Via Email.
Added to: Old Cowling Photos
Mr. & Mrs. Harrison? - Wedding Photo
Mr. & Mrs. Harrison? - Wedding Photo
Gertie and Albert Smith - Wedding Photo
Gertie and Albert Smith - Wedding Photo
Florence Whitaker and Percy Gott - Wedding Photo
Florence Whitaker and Percy Gott - Wedding Photo
Archie and Annie Bradley - Wedding Photo
Archie and Annie Bradley - Wedding Photo
Edward Stephenson and Nellie Birch (b.1895)
Edward Stephenson and Nellie Birch (b.1895)
Walter Brigg and Mary Isabella Smith m. 14.8.1930
Walter Brigg and Mary Isabella Smith m. 14.8.1930
Clara Brigg and Claude Horsfall - Wedding Photo
Clara Brigg and Claude Horsfall - Wedding Photo
Millie Brigg and Jack Fisher - Wedding Photo
Millie Brigg and Jack Fisher - Wedding Photo

Added: 12th November 2009
Pin Prod - Panto - Hansel and Gretel - St Andrews Hall - 4th & 5th December.
Tickets Available Now!
Supplied By: Angela Scott - Received: Via Email.
Its nearly panto time for the inhabitants of Cowling and we would like you to let everyone know that rehearsals are well under way, with an even bigger cast that last year and we are looking forward to the enthusiatic audiences that came to see us last year.

Tickets can be purchased from the BAY HORSE, ANY MEMBER OF PIN PROD OR BY CALLING 01535 634936.

This year the panto is Hansel and Gretel which is at St Andrews Hall on 4th & 5th December 2009. (Performances are friday night, saturday matinee and saturday night)

Added: 11th November 2009
It’s been a fun and very rewarding journey to get Cowlingweb to where is it today and along the way we have met some really nice people some who have become really good friends.

But time moves on and time is something we are finding ourselves with less and less these days so we need help to keep the website running on a day to day basis.

We are looking for someone to admin the message board and also people to admin and moderate a forum that has been in the background of the site for over a year now but was never implemented into the website.

So if you feel you can spare a couple of hours a week and want to help keep the website moving forward we would like to hear from you.

Email us:
mail@cowlingweb.co.uk

10 Old Photographs Added To Old Cowling Photos
Supplied By: Jean Watson - Received: Via Email.
Added to: Old Cowling Photos

Sydney Watson
Sydney Watson

Mary Jane Whitaker and Harvey and Ethel
Mary Jane Whitaker and Harvey and Ethel

Annie Brigg and Children on Park Rd.?
Annie Brigg and Children on Park Rd.?

Greenwood & Sarah Brigg and family.
Greenwood & Sarah Brigg and family.

Family Group in Cricket/Recreation Ground
Family Group in Cricket/Recreation Ground

Taking a Break?
Taking a Break?

Family Group - Annie Brigg fourth right hand (late
Family Group - Annie Brigg fourth right hand (late

Sunday School group?  Date: Unknown.
Sunday School group? Date: Unknown.

Allan Watson 1888-1981 old man
Allan Watson 1888-1981 old man

Allan Watson young man
Allan Watson young man


Added: 31st October 2009
Ridge Mill Bridge, Cowling - Cost

I'm dismayed how long it is taking to repair this bridge & how much it will cost.

In September I walked a section of the long distance walking path, E5, from Germany, through Austria into N. Italy. Given the proposed cost of the Ridge Mill Bridge I was interested to see bridges on this route.

See photos below.

It is hard to imagine even the most elaborate of these bridges costing a tenth of the proposed cost of the Ridge Mill Bridge. Bear in mind also that this route carries many thousands of walkers in the summer, falling off some of these bridges could have severe consequences if the streams were in spate & as they are all in the EU they are presumably all subject to the same Health & Safety Regulations. Not one of them carried a warning that you were crossing at your own risk

Why does our bridge have to cost so much & why the long wait?


Alan Henson,
Middleton, Cowling
Received Via Email


Added: 23rd October 2009
SPORTS QUIZ III
RAISING FUNDS FOR COWLING FC

PRIZES FOR WINNING TEAMS
ENTRY £1.00 PER PERSON TEAMS OF UP TO FIVE PEOPLE
SPORTS PICTURES + KNOWLEDGE QUIZ
RAFFLE & SUPPER
8.00pm THURSDAY 29th OCTOBER
THE BAY HORSE PUB

Rubbish – Recycling – and Ridge Mill Bridge
Supplied By: Cowling Parish Council - Received: Via Email.

On Monday November the 2nd the Parish Council will be having an extended public participation part of their normal council meeting. Lasting for one hour, this is YOUR chance to ask council officers from Craven and North Yorkshire any queries concerning these important matters, and also to make your views known.
District and County councillors have been requested to attend also, and hopefully will be able to answer any points you might make.


On a dreary day in October, all Parish Councillors checked Ridge Mill Bridge and others along with NYCC’s Rights of Way officer, Brian Mullins. Work on two other bridges with problems has already been agreed to be started, but we do need the people of Cowling to turn up to this meeting and make their feelings known.
Please do turn up and have a hand in deciding the future of your village.


Christmas Lights Competition.
Supplied By: Cowling Parish Council - Received: Via Email.

Unfortunately we cannot have Christmas lights on the posts again this year. NYCC are changing the lamp posts, and this will be done in the financial year 2010-2011. As this financial year ends in April 2011 we cannot guarantee having lights on post next year.
For those who will be having their own Christmas lighting display the council is offering a prize, or rather two prizes, of hampers to the value of £100 each for the best lighting displays from householders and businesses.
If you’re in an out of the way spot, such as a farm, please let us know if you’d like the judging team to see your display, but we will try to see all we can.


Village Hall
Supplied By: Cowling Parish Council - Received: Via Email.

The Parish Council met with Craven District Council earlier this month to try to find out what is happening with regard to Cowling’s new village hall.
We were informed that the hall is now overdue and that the developer of Acre Mill would be given three months to complete the new hall or enforcement would ensue.
This was good news for Cowling as the village had agreed to let the developer build houses on the Acre Mill site in return for a new hall. Most of the houses on that site are now built, and many sold, and it appeared from the meeting that Cowling was going to receive its “side of the bargain” within a few months.
However, Craven District Council has now informed the Parish Council that “sensitive negotiations are in progress.”

The Parish Council is now trying to find out what these negotiations are about and we will keep the village informed as this saga progresses.


Cowling Football Club
Supplied By: Cowling Parish Council - Received: Via Email.

The Parish Council is always willing to listen to pleas for funding from any organisation working for what it sees as the good of the village, and at the last meeting the Football Club did exactly that, request for funding.
However before they did that they told the young footballers that they should first of all help themselves by fund raising as much as they could unaided, and this is exactly what they did. They put in lots of effort, even to running sponsored half marathons, and raised just under £9,000.
They then asked if the Parish Council would consider funding half the cost of re-turfing, the total being £2,300
Although well outside of our normal donations, the Council was so impressed by the fund raising of these youngsters and their trainers that we refused their request for some £1,150 and instead awarded them £1,500
We applaud the efforts of all who work for Cowling, and were very glad, on this occasion, to take note of their magnificent
efforts in trying to raise funds for themselves before asking others to help. Well done to all concerned at Cowling Football Club!

Planning in Cowling – a bouquet!
Supplied By: Cowling Parish Council - Received: Via Email.

A member of the Parish Council's Planning and Environment Working Group attended the Craven branch meeting of the Yorkshire Local Councils’ Association; the Parish Council had asked them to discuss the issue of getting proper meaningful planning consultation through CDC.
It would appear that nearly all parish councils are having difficulty in one form or another and it was agreed that this topic needed to be raised at a YLCA liaison meeting. Planning training has been requested by the parish council and promised by CDC. All the parish councils felt that this would assist them in giving better advice to members of the public as well as being able to put forward relevant questions. The next meeting of the YLCA is November where all North Yorkshire representatives come together. Hopefully a level playing field can be found where villagers concerns about applications can be discussed openly and taken more seriously.

At that meeting the work that the 'Cowling Parish Council Planning and Environment Working Group' is doing had a special mention by the vice chair. He said that Cowling was working very hard to safeguard its environment; and that the Parish Council are seen as being forward thinkers who have pioneered a number of initiatives and also take part in others that link to the welfare of the village.'


Doggie Bins
Supplied By: Cowling Parish Council - Received: Via Email.

It is noticed that many more doggie bins are needed in the village. Whilst councillors have noted some places, if you have any in mind, then please let the council know. Please note that they must be accessible via car, for the dog warden to empty them!

Added: 16th October 2009
14 Old Photographs Added To Old Cowling Photos
Supplied By:  David Spenceley - Received Via Email
Added to: Old Cowling Photos

Ted Dexters plane that crash - 1967-68
Ted Dexters plane that crash - 1967-68

Marjorie Spenceley (formally Sawley, Crummack
Marjorie Spenceley (formally Sawley, Crummack

Marjorie sawley with nephew John Smith.
Marjorie sawley with nephew John Smith.

Marjorie sawley with mum Ada
Marjorie sawley with mum Ada

Marjorie Sawley with half brother Dennis.
Marjorie Sawley with half brother Dennis.

Marjorie and Joe Sawley.
Marjorie and Joe Sawley.

Marjorie and Joe Sawley (aged 8).
Marjorie and Joe Sawley (aged 8).

Marjorie (formally Sawley) with Ada Smith
Marjorie (formally Sawley) with Ada Smith

John Smith Sen. with son John
John Smith Sen. with son John

Joe Sawley
Joe Sawley

Joe Sawley, learning to ride
Joe Sawley, learning to ride

Joe and Marjorie Sawley's Mum, Ada
Joe and Marjorie Sawley's Mum, Ada

Joe and Joyce Sawley's Wedding
Joe and Joyce Sawley's Wedding

Joe and Joyce Sawleys Wedding
Joe and Joyce Sawleys Wedding


Added: 12th October 2009
6 Old Photographs Added To Old Cowling Photos
Supplied By: Jean Watson - Received: Via Email.
Added to: Old Cowling Photos

Philip Snowdens Returns. May 17, 1924
Philip Snowdens Returns. May 17, 1924

Philip Snowdens Returns. May 17, 1924
Philip Snowdens Returns. May 17, 1924

Ridge Mill Bridge
Ridge Mill Bridge

Milestone, Cross Yates 2
Milestone, Cross Yates 2

Milestone, Cross Yates 1.
Milestone, Cross Yates 1.

Cowling Band, Gill Lane.
Cowling Band, Gill Lane.


Added: 7th October 2009
Cowling Cricket Club 2009 End Of Season!
Supplied By: Bob Richardson (Cricket Club Secretary) - Received: Via Email.
Cowling Cricket Club have just finished the 2009 season. We are already looking forward to next season and hope that we can attract new players to play with Cowling, particularly players from the local area. We are proud of our facilities, and feel we are a welcoming and friendly club. If there is anybody who enjoys playing cricket, adult or junior,who would like to join us, please do contact our chairman, Mr. David Nicholson (tel. 01535634730).

We also need some help with the junior teams next season. If you would like to help, please do contact us.

Thanks,
Bob Richardson (Secretary)

Added: 6th October 2009
Cowling Parish Council - Village Hall Statement (agreed 5th October 2009)
Supplied By: Cowling Parish Council - Received: Via Email.
Following a meeting with CDC on 28th September 2009, the Parish Council make the following points regarding the new and old village halls:

The New Hall

1. This building is currently unfinished and owned by Skipton Properties. It is the subject of a S106 undertaking by Skipton Properties to CDC in return for planning permission on the Carr Mill site. It was due for completion in August 2009.

2. Ian Swain (enforcement officer) is to be instructed to pursue the undertaking via legal enforcement action. Skipton Properties can still apply for an extension to the deadline. Any financial information to support the extension will be scrutinised by CDC. CDC do not have to agree to the extension if the information is not substantial.

3. The parish council intend to write to CDC to request that the new hall be delivered as per the S106 undertaking, as they are the recipients. Upon completion to specification, the new hall will be handed over to the Parish Council as owners. The VHMC will not receive the new hall or be responsible for the management of it unless agreed by the Parish Council.

4. Ultimately Skipton Properties has to come back to CDC if alterations to the undertaking are proposed, and CDC say that they will check with the Parish Council to make sure that the Parish Council are happy with these alterations.

5. The VHMC has not been given negotiating powers regarding the new hall, such is strictly the province of CDC.

6. The district councillor has also not been given negotiating powers and should not be having “one to one” meetings with the developer.

The Existing Hall

7. The existing hall is managed by the VHMC.

8. To date, despite repeated requests, the Parish Council has not been shown any legally-binding agreement which states that it has to give the existing hall to Skipton Properties. If such an agreement is provided, the Parish Council will have no option but to follow the legal course given in the agreement. If none is provided, the existing hall remains the property of the village.
Craven District Council Statement (Wendy Gudger 30th September 2009)

Following on from my meeting with a group from Cowling Parish Council
the following is what I have advised:-

•Given the current impasse with Skipton Properties who now want to deliver the hall in its current state, I have requested that enforcement proceedings are commenced. That process in itself may be quite protracted but in the circumstances it is best to draw matters to a head. As part of the process we will now write to Skipton Properties
requesting the hall be completed within the next three months or enforcement action will be commenced. This is necessary as we must give them the opportunity to complete the hall now that we are proposing enforcement action. There is however nothing to stop Skipton Properties from formally applying to vary the terms of the agreement and extend the period for delivery of the hall. The Council cannot be unreasonable about that but they will need to make a convincing case. Now that I have more information in that the majority of houses have now been built and are occupied as opposed to six months ago I am not so certain that there would be a convincing case to be made.
•What state the hall will be in when it is delivered to the parish council will be dependent on the outcome of any enforcement action and whether there would be any resultant prosecutions in court if agreed action is not complied with. The S.106 Agreement sets out an agreed specification and if the Parish Council were to agree a reduced spec then it would be unlikely that the Council would have an issue with that.
•There isn’t really an issue with who is able to negotiate a variation to the agreement. However at the end of the day it is for this Council to agree to vary the terms of the agreement following a request from Skipton Properties. That would need to be reported to Planning Committee for their approval. This Council though would want some
comfort that Cowling Parish Council who are to receive the hall (that’s what the agreement specifies) would be satisfied with what is proposed. Ultimately if any variation is proposed then a judgement needs to be made as to whether this would be acceptable.
•The village hall is constructed entirely within the red line of the approved application and is not outside the curtilage of the approved permission.

Ian will now write to Skipton Properties to request completion of the hall and giving three months for this to happen. After that and if the hall is not completed in accordance with the spec then formal action will be started.

Added: 5th October 2009
Cowling News - October Village Newsletter
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Added: 29th September 2009
NORTH YORKSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL
TEMPORARY CLOSURE OF LANE ENDS LANE, COWLING
NOTICE NO 435
ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984 SECTION 14(2) (AS AMENDED)
Supplied By: Cowling Parish Council - Received: Via Email.
North Yorkshire County Council hereby gives notice that from 5 October 2009 until 9 October 2009 inclusive, no person shall cause any vehicle to proceed along Lane Ends Lane, Cowling, from its junction with the A6068 Colne Road to Lane Ends Farm access in the District of Craven due to tree trimming works.

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Money money money!
And it’s FREE!

Supplied By: Cowling Parish Council - Received: Via Email.
Just as Cowling Parish Council is keen to back anything which could be good for the village, so too is North Yorkshire County Council. They also have a grant scheme, with amounts up to £1,000 available.

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More free stuff!!!
Supplied By: Cowling Parish Council - Received: Via Email.
How would the village like its own Tardis?

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Developments in Cowling.
Supplied By: Cowling Parish Council - Received: Via Email.
The Acre Mill site received planning permission for 14 houses earlier this year. It also had permission granted earlier for 22 houses, so you might wonder why apply for fewer.
If permission is granted for 15 or more, then usually some of these have to be ‘affordable’ homes, for 14 or fewer, then Craven District Council do not insist on this, although they could.


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The Village Hall – Current State of Play.
Supplied By: Cowling Parish Council - Received: Via Email.
In 2006 Skipton Properties undertook to provide a new village hall for the parishioners of Cowling in return for planning permission to develop the Acre Mill site.
This Section 106 undertaking by Skipton Properties to Craven District Council indicates that the new hall should be finished to the specification laid down in that S106, and handed over to the final recipients, Cowling Parish Council, by a due date.
That date was, we believe, 25th July 2009


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More Rubbish! And more free money!
Supplied By: Cowling Parish Council - Received: Via Email.
Cowling residents do not appear to be universally in favour of fortnightly rubbish collections, and as one person calculated, the proud parents of twins in nappies had better not forget any collections, for if they do then somewhere around 320 nappies will be waiting for the next!

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No Cold Calling Areas.
Supplied By: Cowling Parish Council - Received: Via Email.
Springwell Close and Victoria Road have been singled out by North Yorkshire County Council for a ‘No Cold Calling Initiative.’
Quite simply this means that if the residents wish it, then an official Police notice will be posted, and householders have a special telephone number to report any infringements.

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Added: 22nd September 2009
Cowling Village Hall Committee - CEILIDH - Friday 25th Sept
Cowling Village Hall Committee - CEILIDH - Cowling Village Hall
Friday 25th Sept
Tickets available from Bain shop, Woodlands Street B & B and Committee Members.
Starts at 7:30pm
Also pig race with cash prizes.

2 Old Photographs Added To Old Cowling Photos
Cowling Children - Hey, Bradley?, Binns. Pre 1930 - Supplied By: R & J Tindale - Via email.
Solomon Family Photo - Dated: 1912 - Supplied By: Howard Binns - Via email.
Added to: Old Cowling Photos

Solomon Family Photo - Dated: 1912
Solomon Family Photo - Dated: 1912
Cowling Children - Hey, Bradley?, Binns. Pre 1930.
Cowling Children - Hey, Bradley?, Binns. Pre 1930.

Added: 12th September 2009
Cowlingweb Poll - Fortnightly bin collections in Cowling? Result.
For The Idea. 19.9%
Against The Idea. 80.1%
136 votes total
The result of the above poll have to question why the district councillor for Cowling Cllr Adrian Green voted in favour of fortnightly bin collections without even consulting the people of Cowling?

Cowling Parish Council who voted against the fortnightly collections are holding a public meeting for the people of Cowling to have their say on Monday 2nd November and Cllr Green has been invited to attend to explain why he voted in favour of something that the people of Cowling are clearly against.

Full details of the Parish Council public meeting will be posted on the website nearer to the date of the meeting.

1 Old Photograph Added To Old Cowling Photos
Supplied By: R & J Tindale - Received: Via Email.
Added to: Old Cowling Photos

Lane Ends Bridge Postcard - Date: Unknown.
Lane Ends Bridge Postcard - Date: Unknown.

 

Added: 8th September 2009
The Messenger - Churches Together in Cowling Newsletter
September, October, November

Added to: The Messenger Page

Magazine edited by: Anne Pearson, 5 Wainman’s Close, Cowling. Tel: 01535 635612
Email: iannepearson@hotmail.com
Alternative contact: Edna Smith

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No 26 - September, October, November 2009  (1mb PDF File)

Added: 4th September 2009
Get In On The Act!
CAST REQUIRED

Hansel & Gretel Pantomime - 4th & 5th December 2009

By popular demand and after last year's huge success, Pinnacle Productions are going to present a Pantomime again this Christmas.

In particular, we are looking for the male lead, Tommy. Ideally, the role would suit a ‘young man’.

Rehearsals will take place, Monday, Tuesday and Thursday evenings, starting w/c: 5th October.

Also required, children – aged 8 upwards.

Children are required to rehearse one night per week, from 7.30pm – 9.00pm.

Auditions for the pantomime will take place on Tuesday, 8th September at 7.30pm

Bancroft Room, St. Andrews Church, Cowling

If anyone is interested please come along, or get in touch with Julia Benfield – 01535 631444 / 07918 940 540

Added: 1st September 2009
Cowling News - September Village Newsletter
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Added: 7th August 2009
Cowling News - August Village Newsletter
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Added: 6th August 2009
GARAGE SALE and GARDEN PARTY - Saturday - August 15th
Supplied By: Richard Price. Received Via Email
Saturday, August 15th. 2.30p.m.-4.30p.m.
GARAGE SALE and GARDEN PARTY at 21, Mill Croft
All proceeds in aid of Cowling new village hall.
£1 entrance covers light refreshments.
All good-condition, saleable items gratefully received:- e.g. ornaments, jewellery, pictures, books, jig-saw puzzles, CDs, DVDs, toys, etc. please hand to any member of the village hall committee. Also cake stall, preserves stall, plant stall.

2 x Cowling Gala Queen 2009 Photographs - Added to: Cowling Gala 2009
Supplied By: Susan Black. Received Via Email
Added to: Events Gallery - Cowling Gala 2009

Added: 2nd August 2009
Janet Taylor - French Tutor
Added to: Business Listings

All students welcome from beginners to A level and beyond.
Reasonable rates and lessons tailored to the individual needs.

Contact Details
Tel: 01535 633411
Mob: 07958 208454
Email: janet.hyde4@btinternet.com

 

 

 

 

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