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mafya

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    on one of the 7 hills of sheffield

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  1. I have same boiler and this part is conected to the condensate pipe after it enters the boiler so the cover has to come off. Also check the flexi condensate pipe inside the boiler because mine has a tear in it and started leaking!!!!!
  2. Just though I would mention that my dad was released from Hallamshire hospital on Wednesday after battling Covid 19 and pneumonia. He spent 27 days in hospital and 6 of those were in the ICU unit. He is home now but still gets a little breathless but we have been told he will take time to recover. The hospital staff were amazing and we as a family are grateful to them for saving my dad who is 70 yrs old and also has diabetes. I would urge people to please stay safe and wear a mask and sanitise your hands and stay safe...
  3. I have a big hand sanitiser pump at the door and ask all customers to use it, I also get customers to put cash in a tub which I sanitise before putting it back in the tub. i also regularly sanitise door, fridge handles etc.
  4. I’m not refusing on the grounds of disability I’m refusing entry on the grounds of anyone not wearing a mask please will not be served as I don’t want to catch the virus myself. night clubs and pubs can refuse entry if you are wearing trainers or wrong attire so it’s similar to that. Police were in my shop yesterday and even commented that it was nice to see that I was following the mask wearing requirement. On a separate note a person with a disability exemption can go round not wearing a mask and then end up spreading it about themselves by going places without a mask. my dad is doing good and they have lowered his oxygen dependency today so that’s a good sign.
  5. No I’m not because I’m requiring anyone entering my shop to wear a mask and if not then to go elsewhere. people can print exemption cards off the internet and Tesco was giving daisy patterned dresses lace thing exemption lanyards to any Tom dick and Harry. My mrs has lung disease and still wears a mask to protect herself and my autistic son also wears one. I don’t want to take the risk and unfortunately My 70 yr old father was taken into hallamshire hospital on Saturday just gone and has got the COVID virus. He is responding well to treatment and this has made me even more determined to make anyone coming into my shop wear a mask. I’m discriminating against non mask wearers and as a shop owner it is my right. Wether or not someone is disabled doesn’t come into it. We haven’t been able to visit my dad in hospital only via video calling and I urge people to take this virus seriously because it is not a nice experience to go through when someone you love has it.
  6. I have a civil case going on and I need someone computer Savvy who can do me images of a site in Sheffield from between 2001 to 2019. It is a right of way case where I’m defending myself against a family member and I have an injunction hearing on Wednesday 26th August at 10 am so time is limited. Anyone who can help me please get in touch. i would like 2 images per year downloading onto a usb, I will pay for your time. thanks in advance
  7. I run a shop and i have a notice saying = No mask no entry no excuses or exemptions allowed You are free to spend your money elsewhere. my mum who has asthma and mrs who has lung disease wear masks when out shoppin* so why can’t everyone? The amount of people trying it on with made up exemptions is breathtaking and I have been called a **** a couple of times so I just swear back and tell them to shop elsewhere.
  8. Yes you can but you would have to sell them to the company, you need to speak to an accountant
  9. David slater does own a few buildings down Attercliffe but I know others who own much more then him. David Slater is a person who has been pushing for Attercliffe to be developed for a long time as it is a place that has been forgotten by the council and yes he would benefit from any future developments but then why shouldn’t he? The man invested his money in a place that everyone thinks is a dump and not worth investing in so if it gets developed good on him. i also own a few properties down Attercliffe that I invested in a few years ago and took a gamble so I will also be profiting from any developments in the area.
  10. Are you referring to America? The religion led “in god we trust“ nation that has been the only one to drop a nuclear bomb on another country.....
  11. Stage one remaps are the ones that don’t require any performance parts changing adding on etc. ive had my Range Rover stage one remapped and it’s gone from 280 odd bhp to 335bhp. it goes pretty fast for a big car and as for fuel economy we’ll to be honest I drive for pleasure and not for fuel economy but computer is showing 20mpg. It’s a 3.6 twin turbo diesel by the way. my insurance hasn’t gone up as it’s only a stage 1 remap so I would say go for it...
  12. Injecting the bricks and not the mortar leaves a path for the damp to rise. Damp company my sister used 3 yearS ago injected a paste into the mortar every 6 ish inches. When I queried this I was told that Injecting the bricks was the old way of doing things. None of the damp has re appeared by the way. more info here= https://www.permagard.co.uk/advice/how-to-use-damp-proofing-injection-cream
  13. Yes there are medical reasons to not wear a face mask= https://metro.co.uk/2020/05/19/people-asthma-shouldnt-wear-face-masks-experts-warn-12723945/ 🙄
  14. The part of the land that has a leasehold has rights of way running over it so I could never build on it so I have purchased the land as I needed the part without leasehold on it and have left it. Solicitor says in a few years we can apply to have rather lease removed and that it will be a lengthy process.
  15. Very time consuming as I have a similar situation with a piece of land that I own which has a lease on half of it from 1852. I am the freeholder and the lease was not registered with the land registry.
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