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me-and-pippo

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About me-and-pippo

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  • Birthday 07/09/1954

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    Heeley/Arbourthorne
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    Catching flea's ,founder member of the R.S.P.C.F
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    Performing Flea Circus Manager/Trainer.Don't forget... A flea is for life.

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  1. When do you need a TV licence?
  2. So you will be asking Sheffield City Council to supply you with some grit/salt and a shovel?
  3. http://www.picturesheffield.com/Ref_No_s15211 http://www.picturesheffield.com/Ref_No_s15212 http://www.picturesheffield.com/Ref_No_s10531
  4. I noticed some in Aldi on St. Mary's Gate last Friday, it wasn't with the other detergents, it was on the middle racks, but the big problem with Aldi is, what they stock one week does not mean it will be there a week later.
  5. I think your referring to the Salvation Army hall on Carter Road, of which there are no buildings shown on that section of land prior to the S A hut.
  6. Merger of companies, http://trowelcollector.blogspot.com/2016/02/the-bst-group-brades-skelton-tyzack.html and https://www.gracesguide.co.uk/Brades,_Skelton_and_Tyzack
  7. Think you mean Agden Lodge? Quote: "Agden Lodge, constructed in 1870, for Samuel Fox of Stocksbridge. It is thought he used the house as a shooting lodge, although he never lived there himself". http://www.bradfield-walkers.org.uk/PDF/Walks/AGDEN RESERVOIR DL 6pp.pdf https://maps.nls.uk/geo/explore/side-by-side/#zoom=17&lat=53.4432&lon=-1.6357&layers=6&right=BingHyb
  8. It may be worth taking a look at the photos of "Christadelphians Meeting House" on picturesheffield and any old maps you have access to, I'm not stating it is the same building, just that it could have been, the building also has a date mark of 1838. http://www.picturesheffield.com/
  9. I believe there was well situated just outside the main door(s) into the building, think it can be seen on some of the old photos, but recalling what others have said it was an ornamental well that was placed for visitors to make donations to the trust, bit like a wishing well. I am in no way stating that there was never a real functioning well within the grounds, but I have not seen any marked on any of the old maps I have access to.
  10. The Catholic chapel was incorporated in the main building, no there was no cemetery.
  11. St. Mary's Church on Bramall Lane has existing shrapnel damage that can be seen.
  12. You could try Hoxx VPN Proxy, which is a free ad-on for the Firefox browser.
  13. Havleock Bridge was mentioned in local newspapers (a rail accident at Heeley station), November, 1876. 'Havleock Bridge' is named on the large scale 1890 OS map and Hodkin and Jones (Havelock Bridge Works), opened June 1900.
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