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About Mandem

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  • Birthday 19/02/1951

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    Crookes Sheffield
  • Interests
    reading, walking, cooking
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    Housewife/Husband helper

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  1. That is really interesting. Is it the house with the scaffolding up at the moment. I never realised it was once a church, I knew it had been a school. Thank you for that.
  2. Hi Thank you for your reply I haven't had any luck moving forward.. I did wonder if Nethergate Hall was perhaps a small building and called a hall in those days. I downloaded a PDF file on a thesis by Julia Elizabeth Hatfield, but i am still none the wiser. There is a very old house on Nethergate with mullioned windows and an old roof, I did wonder if that could be it.
  3. Definitely have it done, I have had both knees done and and it really is life changing. I go out walking every night about 10,000 steps every day. As someone said before, not as flexible as before but not pain. Another tip is take turmeric capsules every day I personally find it reduces the pain of arthritis, which I have in other places. The op itself is ok bit painful for about a couple of weeks afterwards, but do your physio and you should be ok. Good luck
  4. Well if they don't know why it collapsed they should at least be investigating, I go past most days and haven't seen anyone around it or looking at it just shut the road and leave it !!
  5. So if the road has collapsed why hasn't it been mended. I think eight weeks to repair a collapsed road is totally unacceptable.
  6. My husband and I have both had ours, Astra Zeneca both had no side effects at all My friend had Pfizer and she had no side effects
  7. I have had flu twice, and my thoughts are at first you feel like you are dying, then after a couple of weeks you wish you were !
  8. Hi We have tried both Left it on wifi for a while transferred to wired and still no scanner I can't remember exactly but it was just a small repair i think
  9. Hi Wallace we have done all that, apart from throwing it through the window I don't know what else to do
  10. Hi After a bit of advice please. We have a HP Scanner/copier/printer. All worked well until we had to have our computer repaired. Now the computer doesn't recognise the scanner. The copier and printer work fine. We were thinking of getting a new scanner (just a scanner) but wondered if the computer wouldn't recognise it with there being one already on it, albeit it doesnt work I would be mot obliged on some help Thank you
  11. I am not saying the council should have bought the land I was being facetious, but our local councillor seems to have enough time to interfere
  12. If this is true why did the council allow the land to be sold to a private developer, They should have stepped in and informed the legal team of the prospective buyers of this and bought the land themselves for "community garden" If it was a legal binding amendment then it should have shown up an any searches that were done.
  13. This has never been a community garden It has always been private land. The fact that people wanted to plant flowers on it doesn't make it theirs and that was their choice even tho they knew it was private land. I have lived at that end of Crookes for over 40 years and I have never seen anyone use it, apart from it being a dog toilet. If people want green space the Bole Hills are two minutes away. I'm sure playing on there and having picnics if far better than on some land that has buses and cars passing with fumes all day and night.
  14. Try I post They are based at Templeborough Rotherham I have used them a few times and haven't had any problems
  15. I was told it is the lights from Sheffield Wednesday ground Apparently they leave them on to heat the pitch
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