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Good News and Bad

Two things to report today,  one good, one not.  The good news,  is the first self closing gate has been fitted on the Greenshaw Terrace entrance, together with the door mat. The other news, is that we have reported to … Continue reading

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Appeal – Can You Remember Way Back When?

At the top of the Park is an area we have called the ‘sheepfold’ entrance (although, in truth, waller Martyn Hornsby-Smith tells us the walls are probably too low for that).  On old maps it looks like a triangular walled … Continue reading

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Day 3 – Cold and Wet

Today I wondered along to the Park with a hope of seeing some of the Pudsey Landscapes Operatives in action but my timing was off and there was little sign of them (it was midday!). It was also very cold … Continue reading

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Bellway, Park Site Visit, 1st November

All Hallows, blessed us with beaustiful weather this morning for our site visit with Bellway.   The FOPP committee showed the Tehnical Director and Quantity Surveyors around the Park,  and feel they were suitably impressed with the ‘beauty’ of the site,  … Continue reading

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