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Christmas cards, art prints and hand painted tree ornaments for sale (local drop off)

I have lots of greeting cards, art prints, stickers and some framed miniature, one of a kind original paintings (which also work well as tree ornaments or gifts) for sale in my online shop. Free UK delivery and I'll deliver to your door where possible or arrange to drop off at a time convenient for you, so no worries about postal delays. I'm closing my shop next Wednesday (14th December) until mid January and any orders placed between now and Wednesday will include a free A5 print chosen at random. Find my shop here(Former GLE resident and current Barbican resident.)…See More
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Joe Duke replied to Hannah goslin's discussion Moving boxes for sale
"Here take my mobile 07908004926, maybe easier to set a time. Let me know if around later otherwise hopefully some point this week. Joe"
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Hannah goslin replied to Hannah goslin's discussion Moving boxes for sale
"Hi Joe I might be back by 6 tonight but can't do weds unfortunately"
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Joe Duke replied to Hannah goslin's discussion Moving boxes for sale
"I am free in the day and early evening up to 6:30pm tomorrow. Or Wednesday evening I am in, if that works better for you?"
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It Transpires that the meeting on 3rd of December is about the YMCA building on Errol Street not Fann St.

As for the Fann Street building:

A low cost youth oriented hotel/hostel owner has put in a bid to take over the building. Their bid would not need change of use and is perceived by the applicant to have a good chance of success.

Without being alarmist. All flats on the south side of the estate could be facing a large amount of people coming and going to this hostel at all time of the day and night. It could mean a boost of customers for the Shakespeare Pub which would increase the noise levels.

We should be asking questions of our local authority regarding the impact on the thousands of flats in very close proximity plus a sheltered housing block for the elderly

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