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Mandem

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About Mandem

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  • Birthday 19/02/1951

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

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  1. 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 !
  2. 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
  3. Hi Wallace we have done all that, apart from throwing it through the window I don't know what else to do
  4. 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
  5. 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
  6. 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.
  7. 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.
  8. Try I post They are based at Templeborough Rotherham I have used them a few times and haven't had any problems
  9. I was told it is the lights from Sheffield Wednesday ground Apparently they leave them on to heat the pitch
  10. There are some on the side of Carracks as well Made to look like windows and doors I personally think they are very clever.
  11. I was out walking the other night and passed Revell Grange at Stannington and was quite interested to read its story. The Revell family moved there in 1742, but previously lived at Nethergate Hall in Stannington. I can't find any reference to Nethergate Hall anywhere and wondered if anyone knew anything about it, or where it actually was. Thanks
  12. Why does it state that the 52 goes to Doncaster Its the Crookes - Woodhouse bus
  13. My daughter was on the council list for 15 years before she got offered a one bedroomed flat So good luck with that I think if you want a council property it best to put your name down when you are young and at least you are racking up the years.
  14. If this carries on the word "man" will be obliterated from our vocabulary, unless of course it has "wo" in front of it.
  15. I think what he meant was it would have been better if the road was closed due to high winds, not that the lady was killed due to high winds.
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