Date: 2017-11-18 02:42
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Scam artists are everywhere nowadays. And while everyone is at risk, seniors can be a major target. It seems that you only need to pick up the newspaper or watch the news to hear about the latest financial scam and it’s something that has become an unwelcome part of modern life.
why I chose to comment is as a result of my bad experiences trying to meet men outside my usual hunting grounds, a man who came from a different culture. luckily I found one who looked beyond the stereotypes and had faith that there are people genuinely looking for love just as you are.
Walter Evans was a market gardener who also ran a small grocery shop on Hillfoot Road when war broke out. He fought with the Machine Gun Corps at the fourth battle of Ypres. After the war, Walter ran a grocers shop at the top of Main Avenue.
A recently discovered box of WWII correspondence reveals the story of how a small group of ladies from Dore and Totley recruited knitters from the west of Sheffield and how their efforts made them the country's greatest provider of Comforts for the Minesweeping crews of the Royal Navy. The story is told in Knit For Victory , a new book from Totley History Group. Written by Pauline Burnett , it has 87 pages and many illustrations. It is on sale in Totley Rise Post Office and local shops. Also available in Dore at the Village Store or direct via our website.
We have been contacted by Sue Adam who is a volunteer at the Minster Church of St George in Doncaster. Inside the church is a memorial dedicated to the men of the Queen's Own Yorkshire Dragoons who died during the First World War. Earlier this year the Heritage Lottery Fund gave a grant to the Doncaster and District Heritage Association for the restoration of the memorial.
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And after you watch the movie, please forward the link to everyone on all your mailing lists. It just might save someone 8767 s life 8767 s savings. Education is the only protection we have against these people.
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