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Ownership of building! That would be interesting.
bsamo, 22 August 2016
I'm sure he could, and providing him with the email address would undoubtedly help him to do so.
Jerry, 21 August 2016
Hi Anne do you remember scratching your name & year into the lead on the roof 1995 I think maybe sunbathing?
adam baker, 20 August 2016
The mans name is Bryan - and not as shown on the listing as Brian.
Steve Ellwood, 20 August 2016
This has now re-opened as Bilbys Coffee Shop and seems to be doing excellent local business. The dining room has retained the feel of an old-fashioned hotel and is a very pleasant place for your morning coffee, light lunch or afternoon tea.
John Gayton, 19 August 2016
The Grade II Listed Hexham Ropery which despite its listing will at the end of the year be demolished and replaced by housing. Passed by the Planning Committee in Morpeth on the 3rd November 2015.
Steve Ellwood, 19 August 2016
Hi I am very interested in R Catholic history being a relatively 'new' Convert , at age 61--- now 66. Withermarsh Green replaced the private chapel of the Mannock family in nearby Gifford's Hall in 1827, and was one of the first Catholic churches in the region to have its own burial [...]
Jo Sparkes, 18 August 2016
I was born 1950 at 7d ship st barrow all the flats belonged to british rail for years they sold the flats in the 1960 for 200 pounds each good investment
brian , 17 August 2016
A detached building isolated in a street now devoid of other buildings and converted into a car park. Not the best location for a Grade II* property that also has Grade II* Georgian gate posts.
Graham Jones, 16 August 2016
Could Paul Terry reply to my email address regarding 186 Nuffield roadMerstham?
Dawn Stephens nee Chalk, 13 August 2016
Charter House (formerly Pearl Buildings) was designed not by C. W. Bovis, as stated here, but by the Portsmouth architect Charles William Bevis (1854-1927), who also co-designed the Guildhall (formerly the Town Hall). There is information about him here: http://www.rogerthompson.com/Family%20tree/ind4.html Charles William Bovis (1850-1913) was a London builder, who founded [...]
Antony Edmonds, 1 August 2016
Dear Chris, Nosebag and Jock It was interesting to see your comments - I am one of George's daughters. George died in 2011, my mother Mary died in 1999. Rosie is very well and living in her own home, in Stirling, leading a busy life, but not with dogs [...]
Linda, 31 July 2016