Broxtowe News Update & Information Service – April 2016
Hi all, and a warm welcome to the April newsletter.
A special greetings to all those who have joined recently.
I apologise for not being able to write this April’s edition earlier this month. There was a big response earlier this month to the Maws Lane issue in Kimberley, which I am still wading through – more about this at item 5 below.
We’ve also moved house this month to Eastwood, and for any of you that have moved appreciate the stresses and strains this causes!
I hope that you find the contents in this newsletter useful.
If you need help with personal casework do let me know, and please free to send feedback and comments.
Labour Borough Cllr for Kimberley
4 Peacock Drive, Eastwood, Nottingham NG16 3HW
Tel: 0775 1970 640
Broxtowe News Update & Information Service – April 2016
1) National Garden Scheme in Kimberley
The beautiful garden of Doreen Fahey at 7 Colly Gate, Kimberley is open again this year on Bank holiday Monday 2 May. Open from 1pm to 5pm There will be lovely tea and cake for Doreen’s chosen charity other days by appointment.
For more details contact Doreen – 0115 9192690 – firstname.lastname@example.org
2) New Deputy Leader of Broxtowe Borough Council
This week the ruling Conservative administration at Broxtowe elected a new Deputy Leader – Cllr Mel Crow (who is from Kimberley).
I would like to congratulate Mel on attaining this very senior position in such a short space of time, bearing in mind this time last year she was not a Cllr – this is a fast tracked promotion.
Despite our political differences, which on some issues are quite sharp, we get on well. I wish her every success in her new role and I am sure that she will bring a new conciliatory, vibrant and positive dimension to council matters benefitting in turn residents throughout the whole of the Borough.
3) Beeston Post Office
Cllr Janet Patrick – Labour councillor in Beeston has been leading the campaign against the closure of Beeston Post Office – see:
A petition of 3965 signatures has been presented to Richard Hall, Public Affairs Manager at the Post Office, against the closure.
The original idea is that the Post Office become part of the W H Smith franchise, however from the size of the petition above, it’s clear that there is much public disquiet about this.
A public consultation is mooted to take place on 24 and 25 May – venue to be confirmed.
For more information contact Cllr Janet Patrick – email@example.com
4) Police & Crime Commissioner Elections – Thursday 5 May 2016
Next Thursday 5 May in Broxtowe, whilst there are no local council elections, we do however have important elections for the Police and Crime Commissioner, as do 40 other police force areas in England & Wales, excluding London – http://www.apccs.police.uk/home/2016-police-crime-commissioner-elections/
The Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) is a relatively new role that replaced local police authorities in 2012.
Our PCC in Nottinghamshire is currently Paddy Tipping (Labour) – and he is standing for re-election on 5 May. More details about Paddy here:
I know Paddy well, he is extremely conscientious and passionate about policing and I believe therefore a good ambassador for Nottinghamshire. He works hard to support our police force in Nottinghamshire, and continually looks at creative ways of preventing crime, supporting victims, whilst ensuring justice and fairness for Nottinghamshire’s residents.
You can find out more general information about the work of PCCs here: http://www.aboutmyvote.co.uk/what-can-i-vote-for/police-and-crime-commissioners
The full list of candidates for the PCC elections in Nottinghamshire next Thursday are as follows:
- Tony BATES – Independent
- Tony HARPER – Conservative
- Fran LOI – UKIP
- Paddy TIPPING – Labour
- Jason B ZADROZNY – Independent
Now, a number of people have asked me about the voting system as it is different to the General Election (where you can only place one cross against a candidate/party).
A good number of you may have voted by post already, but for those who are going to vote next Thursday (and I really hope you do vote) – it’s your chance to have your say, I’ll explain the procedure here:
You will be presented with a ballot paper with two columns – one for your first preference – and the other for your second preference.
How is the winner determined?
After voting has closed the following process then takes place to determine who has won:
If after the first count a candidate has got more than 50% of the votes cast, they are declared the winner.
If there is no candidate above 50% the vote then a second stage of counting takes place whereby the two candidates with the most first preferences go through. Everyone else is eliminated.
The second preference votes on the papers for eliminated candidates are then counted for the top two candidates.
Whoever gets the most votes at this second stage is then declared the winner.
I hope this makes sense, I have tried to explain in as clear a way as possible.
Whilst this sounds complex on paper – it’s a system that works in many organisations throughout this country and in different parts of the world in various organisations.
This is a more proportional system of voting (which incidentally I favour as I believe the current First past the Post system for General Elections greatly distorts results and leaves lots of people’s views left both unrepresented and unrecognised).
5) Consultation on making Maws Lane & Hardy Street, Kimberley one way
In January of this year I published a report which looked in details at some of the traffic problems in the Hardy Street and Swingate areas of Kimberley:
Additionally two public meetings were held at Rumbletums where local residents came and gave their ideas on how some of the problems in both areas above could be addressed.
With regards to Hardy Street area a number of residents requested that consideration be given to making Maws Lane and Hardy Street a One Way system. Particular issues were raised about traffic congestion in and around Hardy Street and also poor visibility at the Eastwood Road/Maws Lane Junction.
Additionally I was presented with a petition regarding the possible loss of two car parking spaces on Eastwood Road Kimberley, close to the Maws Lane Junction. The feedback from local residents was that taking two car spaces away would only be a short-term solution and would not resolve the wider issue that needs to be addressed ie traffic congestion in and around the Maws Lane junction – that a more comprehensive solution was required.
After listening to the views put forward by local residents I submitted the petition to Broxtowe Borough Council, urging them to work with Nottinghamshire County Council to find a sustainable and acceptable solution to the traffic congestion problems, that takes into account the views of local residents.
I understand now that the petition is being presented to the County Council on Thursday 12 May.
In terms of the idea surrounding a proposed One Way system on Maws Lane – the ideas coming forward from a number of local residents supporting this emphasised:
- Making Maws Lane and Hardy Street a One Way system: traffic would flow up Maws Lane and down Hardy Street. It is envisaged that having this arrangement in place would reduce the congestion at the Maws Lane junction, and make traffic flow better overall. This would also have the added benefit of potentially keeping the 2 car parking spaces that were at risk.
In order to obtain the wider views of people in and around Kimberley – I designed a survey:
As mentioned in my introduction – I have received a big response to the Maws Lane topic with strong feelings on both sides of the arguments for and against a One Way system.
I am going to compile a full report and plan to present this to Kimberley Town Council and work with them during the summer. I will also be talking with the emergency services to obtain their views, before referring to the County Council.
I will also be discussing the matter with Cllr Mel Crow – Deputy Leader Broxtowe Borough Council next Tuesday 3 May.
When the final papers are ready I will publicise these in a future newsletter and on my website.
6) Consultation on possible improvements in and around Swingate, Kimberley
This is a summary of points raised by local residents at the January public meeting concerning the Swingate area of Kimberley:
Traffic exiting Greens Lane
- Traffic needs to be able to exit Greens Lane more quickly; this would relieve congestion – this could be achieved by having traffic lights at the bottom of Greens Lane to replace the mini roundabout.
- Make a wider exit at the bottom of Greens Lane having a left and right turning lane – this would enable traffic to exit Greens lane more quickly – this would involve taking some of the flowerbed away on the left of Greens Lane.
- Pedestrian crossing too close to mini roundabout at bottom of Greens Lane.
- Bus stops on Greens Lane – opposite each other, also bus timing point on Greens Lane – contributes to congestion – could timing point be moved to Knowle Lane?
- Construct lay-bys for buses on Greens Lane to relieve congestion – Sainsbury’s to contribute to cost. Acknowledged this would take space from car parks in both precinct and Sainsbury’s.
- Possible escape road for Swingate residents from Sainsbury’s car park routed through old telephone exchange on High Street, Swingate. This would avoid need for Swingate residents to turn onto Greens Lane when exiting Sainsbury’s car park.
- Cherubs Day Nursery – problem caused by vehicles exiting onto blind corner – suggested these vehicles could exit via road through old telephone exchange (see above).
Suggestions relating to both areas
- 20mph limit through centre of Kimberley from Broomhill Rd to Nine Corners (Hardy Street)
- 20mph limit along Maws Lane, Cliff Boulevard and Hardy Street..
Other unrelated issues also raised at same meeting
- Drugs use in the water tower area of Swingate causing problems for residents.
- Needles found in Swingate area.
6a) Wider points made at the public meetings in January
- There is a traffic light controlled pedestrian crossing and a bus stop very close to exit of Maws Lane. It was suggested to lobby the County Council again that the bus stop is in the wrong place and should be moved further towards Gilthill.
- Reinforce the weight limit on Maws Lane.
- Consider opening up Parkham Road – currently residents of Dorchester Road and Tiptree Close use Norman Street and Cliff Boulevard as their only exit. It was suggested that Cliff Boulevard traffic problems could be eased by adopting Parkham Road so these residents could turn left to exit on Parkham Road and onto Hardy Street therefore avoiding Cliff Boulevard.
- Pedestrian crossing needed at Nine Corners (bottom of Hardy Street) for people getting to church and also Kettlebrook Lodge.
Other unrelated issues also raised at same meeting
- Drugs use in the water tower area of Swingate causing problems for residents.
- Needles found in Swingate area.
As an update to some of the matters raised above – I have since met with Dave Walker, Highways Manager at Nottinghamshire County Council for the Broxtowe area. We discussed pedestrian crossings near Gilt Hill (Ikea), Nine Corners & Gill Hill School Kimberley, resurfacing of Alma Hill Bridleway, and moving the bus stop on Eastwood Road further away form the junction with Maws Lane. I need to now do some follow up work on these issues in order to try and get some real progress. I’ll update you in future newsletters.
I am very pleased that Jubilee Street (resurfaced) and Church Hill (being resurfaced) – Kimberley – has finally transpired. We have waited too long for this action to take place.
I remember walking up Church Hill Kimberley with a local resident several years ago, looking at every single pot hole in this area.
I then made strong representations to the County Council on these two roads (and many others too).
I will keep up the pressure to ensure that Kimberley in particular is not forgotten in future years.
7) Friends of Bennerley Viaduct
Plans to restore and reopen Bennerley Viaduct have now received a significant boost thanks to a pledge by Broxtowe Borough Council to allocate up to £20,000 towards the project as part of a match funding arrangement.
Bennerley Viaduct is a grade II* listed structure dating from 1877. It has a 440 metre span across the Erewash Valley and the viaduct deck is some 18 metres (60 feet) above the River Erewash.
The viaduct will eventually be the key focal point of the Great Northern Greenway which aims to provide a traffic free cycling route along the line of the Great Northern Railway between Derby and Nottingham.
if you want to find out more about the project and/or get involved please contact Kieran Lee at firstname.lastname@example.org 07823 536941
Community Engagement and Development Officer – Bennerley Viaduct Project
Sustrans, 2 King Street, Nottingham. NG1 2AS
Tel: 07823 536941/01158 532948
8) Walking Football
I have been asked to advertise the following initiative:
Walking football: ball must be passed at ground level, no age limit, no gender exclusion, 11 aside (22 players).
Exercise should be enjoyable and getting a little fitter at your own pace cannot be a bad thing. As an added bonus you will meet other like minded folk who live in our various communities.
For more information contact Grenville and Stephen Green
Discussions behind the scenes continue with a number of local authorities and local businesses. I should have some more information in May/June to report on the next stages of the campaign. Background information can be found at:
BWP are launching of our legal surgeries, to be held in partnership with Nelsons
As a part of the Eastwood South Focus Group action plan, funded by the Nottinghamshire Policeand Crime Commissioner (Paddy Tipping) Broxtowe Women’s Project (BWP) has been funded to run 15 legal advice surgeries, throughout 2016 as follows:
The legal advice surgeries will assist women who have suffered as a result of domestic abuse, on a number of issues, including:
• Advice on child contact matters
• Advice on getting an emergency injunction or occupation order
• Advice on all family matters, such as divorce and separation
• Advice on all civil matters around domestic abuse
If you are interested in signing up to access free legal advice from the legal surgery drop in’s you can contact BWP:
Please mention the legal surgery as point of reference, and they will let you know of an available slot and the venue of the legal surgery. You may refer to this service if you are an agency, please contact us on the details above to make the referral.
All legal surgeries will run once a fortnight on a Wednesday, from 9.00 a.m. – 2.00 p.m. The list of dates for next month are:
• 4th and 18th May
Local Community Business Information
Professional reflexology treatments by Angela Henson MAR, an AoR and CNHC registered therapist based in Nuthall.
Taster sessions and gift vouchers available.
Tel- 07783 314107
Painting, decorating and general handyman services
Rob Hunt (lives locally) provides a comprehensive service. No job too small. References from customers available.
Contact: 07757 183867
ADSR ROOFING & BUILDING
A small local business for all roofing & building works.
EPDM rubber flat roofs, new traditional roofs slate concrete or clay tiles, fitted velux windows, new fascia and guttering, patios, garden walls.
To get a free quote call Adam on
07971849305 or email email@example.com
A charity preschool which has been open since 1978 and caters for children aged 2 years up until school age. We provide a safe, secure and caring environment in which children can learn and explore through play.
Victoria Institute, Main Road, Watnall, NG16 1HS
Tel : 0115 9458574 –
E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
Rosewood Therapy Clinic
Has been offering bespoke Aromatherapy treatments, Indian Head Massage and Hopi Ear Candle treatments for over 20 years. We welcome clients with stress, anxiety, depression, aches and pains, arthritis and anyone just wanting to relax. (Ladies only please). Located in Newthorpe.
Contact: Marie Wayte
Tel: 01773 771234
Mobile: 07951 599141
BEDROOM ZONE – Kimberley
Unbeatable prices on beds, carpet & bedroom furniture, mattresses etc.
Bedroom Zone, 50-52 Main Street, Kimberley, Nottingham, NG16 2LY
www.bedroom-zone.co.uk – 0115 9385533
Quality Interior & Exterior Decorator
Lives locally in Codnor, all aspects of home decorating undertaken – Mick Whetton
Free, no obligation quote: 01773 512646 or 07890 881667
Finances First Lady
Taking away your financial administration headaches by providing the following services:
Accounting preparation for sole traders, partnerships & limited companies, preparation of personal tax returns, corporation tax returns, payroll processing, and VAT returns.
11 Roxton Court
Tele: 0115 896 9690
Mobile: 07885 045080
Patient, friendly and reliable driving instructor based inKimberley.
For more details visit www.elmerdriving.co.uk or call Tim on 07916 269026.
Woodside East Mids Ltd – MOT, Service, Repairs, free MOT with full service, Gate H Station Road/Hardy Street, Kimberley, NG16 2NR, 0115 9385523
Not Just Crafty – based in Giltbrook
Organise craft events for the local community to help promote small businesses
– Raise awareness of funding raising for LOCAL charities as part of their events
– Provide courses for new Crafters by skilled Crafters to help them gain skills to become self-employed
– more details from: www.notjustcrafty.co.uk
Man with a Van
Mobile MIG and TIG welding. Gates and fencing made to spec, gates repaired and refurbed, car welding repairs, light removals, house and garage clearances, gardening tree surgery, property maintenance, all jobs considered
Contact for a free quote: Rob Woodrow: phone: 07531 179352– based locally in Heanor
Rumbletums is a community café offering work experience and training placements to young adults with a learning disability.
The café has quickly established itself as a relaxed and friendly place to go and its excellent coffee, home-made cakes and tasty meals have received numerous compliments.
Rumbletums also runs a Parent and Toddler group each Tuesday from 1 00pm to 3 00pm and has two large meeting rooms available for hire.
Rumbletums opens from 9 30am to 3 00pm from Tuesday to Saturday at 2a Victoria Street, Kimberley (on the corner of Victoria Street and Newdigate Street, opposite Kimberley Parish Hall). Phone 0115 9384953.
Find all our information at http://rumbletums.org.uk/
Madhatter’s Coffee Shop Kimberley
Madhatters’s growing success is thanks to the local community supporting it by popping in for coffee, or visiting on one of our tapas, Greek or music nights.
The support is amazing and I would like to thank everyone sincerely. We are open for tea, coffee, fresh salad, jacket potatoes, baguettes, and of course gorgeous cakes!!!
Keep an eye on the blackboards for the next events, and on Facebook; http://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/madhatters/139451719511260
Private parties available, catering for up to 30 guests – talk to the Madhatter for more information.
With love from the Madhatter
Contact for more information Nygel Stevenson
Wayne Brown Photography
Providing Bespoke Wedding-Model-Commercial- and Stunning Award Winning Portrait photography. We are also very proud of our HEALING HEARTS project for Families Affected by illness and Cancer working with The Lee Ryan Trust, and CancerUK. I offer my services free providing beautiful memories for your family.
Contact me via e-mail: email@example.com
or Tel: 0115 8544615 Mob 0792 1835 305
to chat about what you have in mind.
fUJIDISTINCTION winner three times, 121 swpp awards since 2005 – portrait photographer of the month 17 times since 2004.
BILL PLANT Driving School – Based inKimberley. With our professional and friendly local driving instructors, you’ll enjoy a relaxed, positive and encouraging environment as you learn to drive. Driving lessons with the Bill Plant Driving School are very competitively priced, proudly offering at all times the offer that our UK learner drivers nationwide have come to know and adore, 5 lessons for £56* (*Terms & Conditions) Why not call ANDY, your local Bill Plant Instructor for more details. Tel: 07932 666903
Music ACT ( DJ Service )
Music ACT offers high quality disco and music for any type of celebration. All event is special and we will ensure your entertainment is first class. Providing professional tailor made music solutions for Civil Ceremonies, Partnerships, Wedding Breakfasts, Children’s Parties, Corporate Functions or any other Events. We have full Public Liability Insurance (PLI) as required for any venue and are already CRB Checked for Children’s Parties. Call Susan for more a quotation
Tel: 07951 779895– based in Kimberley
RM home services
All aspects of home maintenance Kitchens, Bathrooms, Bedrooms, Electrical, Plumbing, Tiling & Decorating Gardening Services & Maintenance, Clearance. Pavin, Slabbing, Fencing
NO JOB TOO BIG OR SMALL Please call or e-mail for free quotation
Home; 01159 459631 Mobile; 07508 035049 Richard Maltby
Jacques Niemand offers special offers on boot camps, personal training packages – all at very reasonable costs, situated inNottinghamor can be carried out in your home environment – contact Jacques –
Mob: 07912 868954
Cavendish Systems Ltd – Caring for your Computers
We provide a full range of computer services/repairs for home and small business users.
We work evenings and weekends for your convenience – our work is guaranteed – we can come to you or you can bring your computer to our workshop – if we cannot fix your problem, we charge no fee – we are Microsoft certified – we are locally based in Kimberley – we have decades of IT experience and contacts to call upon – full details of services and prices are on our website.
What our customers say “Great all-round knowledge” “Impeccable service & delivery” “Approachable and friendly” “Very professional” “Friendly, honest and intuitively skilled” “I have never had a problem that Chris can’t fix!”
Contact Chris Appleby on 07720 966517– based in Kimberley.
E mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Cavendish Systems Ltd Computer services and repair – Home/Small Business/PCs/Macs/Servers/Networks/Programming/Virus removal/Web/Security/Training/Video Editing Microsoft Certified
John Sherwin Ltd Specialist Motor Engineers Somercotes Hill, Somercotes, Alfreton,Derby DE55 4JS
Tel: 01773 604400
Neighbourhood pet care, pet boarding for caged birds and pets, also home visits, dog walking, feeding etc peace of mind references, collection/delivery service tel: Jenny on 0115 8494708; or mobile 0795 2751 019
73 Newton’s Lane, Cossall
Running from Baker Road, Newthorpe the business called Triple S offers: Computer Services based on a fixed rate fee. The main services range from a computer “MOT” to a full rebuild of the operating system, installation, services for Broadband and an “Anything Computers” one to one are available.
Contact Steve: http://www.tripletriple.co.uk/ and the mobile number; 07847 786744 E-mail: email@example.com
I’m a local author living onVictoria Street,Kimberley. I’ve just published a children’s book which is an historical adventure based around Kimberley, Awsworth, Cossall, Ilkeston and Nottingham Castle in the year 1086.
I’m very willing to make this book available for fund-raising purposes. GLORIA MORGAN firstname.lastname@example.org
Book Title: KINMERS LEA – which is the old name forKimberley.
My contact details: Tel: 08454 67 1086 (local rate calls). The book is available for sale from Plumb’s, James Street, Kimberley, Awsworth Post Office, Giltbrook Post Office and Giltbrook News price £7.99 Web site http://www.kinmerslea.co.uk/
KHPhysiotherapy– fully qualified HCPC registered Physiotherapist based in Kimberley offering physiotherapy assessment and treatment as well as sports massage.
Assessment and treatment for a wide range of conditions such as:
- · Lower back pain
- · tennis elbow
- · knee pain
- · shoulder pain/frozen shoulder
- · joint pain
- · muscular aches/pains or injuries.
Providing a comprehensive initial assessment followed by treatment and advice and the provision of a tailored package to manage condition at home between treatments.
Can provide treatment at home if unable to travel.
Please get in touch to arrange an appointment.
SoftWurkz S£ick Business Management Software Pain Relief for Small Businesses SoftWurkz Limited is aKimberleybased Company who specialise in the development of business management computer software for the self employed andfor small businesses. The directors liveon Angus Close,Kimberley. To find out more information contact: Richard Bradley email@example.com 07765 531388 or Peter Graboswki on firstname.lastname@example.org 07818 255107 or Stephen: email@example.com
C & J UPVC Maintenance Specialists in UPVC Window, Door & Conservatory Repairs/Upgrades Contact Craig Harwood – 07999 599501, or 0115 849 8397 – http://www.candjupvcmaintenance.co.uk/33Wortley Avenue, Trowell, Nottingham, NG9 3QP
Noah’s Ark Pre-School Playgroup Free places for 3 and 4 year olds. Holy Trinity, Church Hill, Kimberley, Nottingham, NG16 2HY Tel: 0115 945 8553 (am only), firstname.lastname@example.org
Golden goose classes
Are small friendly groups meeting for textile lessons in my home on the Gilthill, Kimberley. Classes are limited to 5 students in well equipped workroom. All levels of ability are catered for, from GCSE catch up – to recreational sewing. I am an experienced textile teacher with twenty years experience which I would now like to pass on in a more relaxed atmosphere. Classes cost £3.50 per hour for up to two hours. On Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday during the morning or afternoon, and some evenings. During 2009 some of my students have made their own clothes, Advent calendars Shopping bags, wall hangings and full size machine pieced quilts.
Contact Pat Furniss 0115 8548933 or 07941898139 for more details.
Kevin Tanner Photography offers commercial photography at all levels and across all sectors for websites, on-screen presentations, exhibitions, printed literature and showcasing. We operate nationwide on a quotation basis providing images on disk, actual photographs are also available.
Est in Kimberley since 1980. Kevin Tanner Photography, Studio House, 86 Eastwood Road, Kimberley, Nottingham NG16 2HF
*Back, Neck & Shoulder Massage
*Full Body Massage
*Hot Oil Massage
*G 5 Massage (mechanical massage)
*Indian Head Massage
*Foot Spas / Foot Massage
*Massage and Facial
From a 30 minute Back, Neck and Shoulder Massage to a 2 hour Body Massage. A lovely Therapy room in a homely setting. There is no need to rush after you’re massage, so you can truly relax and unwind in a quiet and peaceful environment.Prices start from £20.00
CALL Amanda on 07771330223 for more info. Answer phone available outside of working hours
Gerry Hargreaves has a background of electrical installation and maintenance followed by considerable experience of energy monitoring providing technical support to the marketing division of East Midlands Electricity.
Projects throughout the UKhave included energy monitoring and data/billing analysis to assist companies to improve efficient use of energy. This has included disputes with electricity suppliers and distributors and site surveys, installation of temporary monitoring equipment and recommendations to install suitable power factor correction equipment. Site surveys for the installation of a M&T at major sites, have been undertaken and with the recent advances in remote monitoring technologies surveys and installation of GSM smart meters have been undertaken at distribution centres of a leading logistics company. A request by a leading UKenergy supplier has resulted in the installation of remote data collection technology, including planning and installation of remote data logging equipment to monitor and analyse usage data from geothermal sites within theUK. This work is ongoing in the development of renewable energy and low carbon technology.
Site visits and travel are significant reduced with the application of t-mac technology.
Gerry Hargreaves 2 Laverock Close Kimberley Nottingham NG16 2QX
Tel: 01159384967 Mob: 07973406202 Fax: 07970451844 http://woodmeadenergyservices.co.uk/default.aspx
Brian Gregory Your Local Painter and Decorator.
Lulworth Court, Kimberley
References given by all my local customers
Tel: 0797 6659 436 or e mail: Margaret Foster: email@example.com
Looking for spare parts for your solid fuel appliance? ContactKimberleyresident Peter Grabowski GAP Supplies – 0115 945 8672
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