Thank you for visiting
our pages.

I love América! I love you.GOD bless U.S.A!I want to be your friend.I live
in Brazil. Write me, please.Hugs.

Daniel Alves <>

– Sunday, December 30, 2001 at 20:14:01 (GMT)

As far as I am aware Mr Skinner was not on the planning commitee for Uckfield
Town Council and his comments sink of sour grapes, leave Uckfield alone and just
try to make a new life for yourself wherever you have gone!!!Sarah.


– Saturday, December 29, 2001 at 18:29:16 (GMT)

On 29th September Sarah Wrote”I have just read in The Sussex Express
that Mike Skinner has moved away from Uckfield, what a result! Maybe now
Uckfield can start getting back to normal without ‘Mr Uckfield’ sticking his oar
in wherever and whenever he felt like it!”This was all about planning
applications. During the time I was a councillor in Uckfield the amount of
strange planning decisions went down. Now you can go back to the old “I’ve
known him all my life…he only wants a small one” school of Planning
Committee.(and then not declare an interest) Opportunities abound.. no wonder
Sarah didn’t like me sticking me oar in. From the extra bungalows in Mount
Pleasant to Hamilton Palace to the houses behind Andertons.. Sarah can now have
business as usual. Thanks Alastair, Jane and Chloe for making me aware this
comment had been made.Sarah.

MD Skinner

– Wednesday, December 26, 2001 at 14:40:49 (GMT)

I think your website is cool. I give it 10/10. It gives you loads of
infomation. It’s brilliant.


– Tuesday, December 18, 2001 at 20:32:33 (GMT)

On the Notice board the Historical Review Press, Box 62, Uckfield TN22 is
mentioned…this leads back to Wilson Press, Unit 30, Bellbrook Industrial
Estate which is owned by nazi Anthony Hancock and which does the printing for
the fascist British National Party as well as fascists all over Europe.
Occasionally attempts are made to burn Wilson Press down.


– Monday, December 10, 2001 at 03:15:32 (GMT)

what a brilliant and informative site, please inform me of all and any
upcoming events around uckfield.Thanks, you’ve opened my eyes

alasdair robbie <>

– Tuesday, November 27, 2001 at 11:21:13 (GMT)

would like to say hello to all my relations in uckfield and the surrounding
area’si used to visit uckfield in the sixties with the rest of my familt there
were 7 of us, the millars. from glasgow visiting my grandpa and grannie they
were mr & mrs freddie martin (the band master)get in touch freddie

freddie martin millar <>

– Saturday, November 24, 2001 at 22:05:23 (GMT)

Lost touch with old friends from Manor County Primary School when moved to
leeds in 1991 especially looking to contact Adam Palmer and Nicola Clayton

Adam Gill <>

– Thursday, November 22, 2001 at 14:32:13 (GMT)

Does anyone know whats being built next to the post office? Looks like a new
restaurant could be going there?

Sandra Holmes

– Wednesday, November 21, 2001 at 11:13:42 (GMT)

I have spent several summers in Uckfield and it was always great to come


– Tuesday, November 13, 2001 at 20:03:04 (GMT)

Born and brought up in Uckfield in the 50s and 60s, attended Holy Cross
Primary and Uckfield County Secondary (as it was then).Have now lost touch with
all old friends from the area, although my father still lives off Snatts
Road.Would love to hear from anyone who remembers me.

Michael Simmonds <>

– Tuesday, November 13, 2001 at 14:44:12 (GMT)

I am looking for a friend “Colleen Pittock” that I knew in Uckfield
in 1978-1979. Her best friend at the time was Maxine (?). Colleen had blue/green
eyes and red hair and had a sister called Collette. I would really appreciate
any help in locting her.

Ibrahim Akar <>

– Monday, November 12, 2001 at 22:12:32 (GMT)



– Saturday, October 20, 2001 at 16:24:44 (BST)

HMS EXMOUTH There was a memorial service in early September 2001 in Wick
Scotland. If you know or are related to any of the sailors on the shipthat went
down in 1940 please contact the is a
message to correct the URL as it was posted wrongly back in September.


– Wednesday, October 17, 2001 at 15:46:10 (BST)

I have just read in The Sussex Express that Mike Skinner has moved away from
Uckfield, what a result! Maybe now Uckfield can start getting back to normal
without ‘Mr Uckfield’ sticking his oar in wherever and whenever he felt like it!


– Saturday, September 29, 2001 at 14:23:02 (BST)

first of all my condolences to everyone in the happy to see that more
people are using the message board. What about some local issues, though. What
do we think of the idea of building a new tesco on the town centre park? that
will prevent tesco from flooding but what about the little businesses farther
down the hill, like the market hall.


– Friday, September 21, 2001 at 12:35:55 (BST)

It’s a lovely piece of writing Brad, and the sadness of it is that within
hours the lives all those young people would have changed in some way. Many
would be affected by the chaos and fear brought about by the attack on ‘their’
city, some would have lost friends and family, and God forbid, some of them may
have been injured or even lost their lives. When you think of the death of 5,000
people you must also consider the tens of thousands of individuals who shared
some part of their lives. For every one who died there is a parent, child,
sibling, spouse, friend, workmate or whoever. Only they can really feel the
pain. All we can do is offer our love and support as is says in Simone’s
message.I’m not clear about if you mean the clanging of the flagpole was some
sort of warning. It occurred to me that too much conflict and tragedy is caused
by flags and what they stand for. Now is the time to unite as if there are no
borders and boundarys. We are all the same underneath, wherever we have the good
or bad fortune to be born.All the very best to you and yours.Anne


– Thursday, September 20, 2001 at 20:49:04 (BST)

We take too much for granted here in America. God, our flag and all that it
represents, our happiness and freedom, our safety and security, our wealth and
prosperity. This is how it was on my campus here in New York the day before the
tragedy.IMAGES FROM THE DAY BEFORE SEPTEMBER 11It was an afternoon typical of
the start of any other school year at Mohawk Valley Community College and it was
brimming with scenes repeated at countless other places throughout the world
that day. From where I sat in the Campus Center I was able to watch a steady
stream of students hurrying in and out of the building marching to the hectic
pace of preparedness, many with their new supplies in hand. Less fitful students
were to be found sitting around tables throughout the cafeteria socializing and
enjoying their lunchtime activities as the aroma of pizza, coffee and perfumes
permeated the air alongside the clamor of their many voices. A gleeful greeting
was heard which swiftly punctuated all the other words around it and was
followed by the sight of joyous embracing, the universal signals of friendships
rekindled. After a few minutes my attention was drawn towards a pretty
Spanish-eyed co-ed who was gingerly chatting with her girlfriends. I was near
enough to them as to hear her voice clearly but she spoke much too foreign and
fast for my English-born ears to comprehend any meaning. As the girl sipped her
coffee she fascinated me by the way her fingers twisted her long dark hair in a
fashion that suggested to me the unawareness of her action. As I surveyed the
room further I spied a young couple in the corner cuddling closely upon a single
chair. It appeared to me that the young mans amorous behavior was causing his
lady-friend to subdue his advances in a manner that spoke in a whisper of
irresolution. They were too far away for me to listen to their conversation but
I do recall from watching the encounter that she never stopped smiling.From my
vantage point by the window I was able to look outside at the hundreds of
students milling about in front of the buildings that surrounded the courtyard.
Many of them were smoking cigarettes or drinking beverages, conversing with
their friends between classes while a few others stood away by themselves. I
observed one purposeful young man rearrange his backpack in a way that now
brings to mind an academic soldier preparing for his duty. Other students with
their textbooks forgotten beside them were gathering on the green indulging in
the pleasure of the open spaces and basking in the sun. As I glanced further
into the center of the courtyard I chanced upon a group of men mischievously but
casually smoking marijuana. I could easily tell that it was a joint they were
passing amongst themselves by the way each one would purse it to their lips as
he puffed on it. As they enjoyed themselves within the warm buzz of their blue
summer day an occasional cloud would eclipse the daylight, creating shadows that
loomed overhead, and, at times crept across the grass towards the men as they
joked and laughed seemingly oblivious to the shifting patterns of the light.Yes
the day before September 11 was one filled with tender love and beauty, the
ignorance and passion of youth, and a hint of silenced apprehension. But as I
recollect it for you now the most significant image is certainly that of a sound
that was distant and almost forgotten that day within the commotion around me.
It was the sound of the random tempo of a rope and tackle clanging against a
flagpole in unison with the changing winds that swirled about it. It seemed to
be trying in vain to grasp the attention of the people that it had overlooked
for so long, and its timber was not unlike, the ringing of a bell.

Brad Westcott <>

– Wednesday, September 19, 2001 at 10:02:53 (BST)

Wicked site!

help desk software <>

– Tuesday, September 18, 2001 at 23:18:43 (BST)

You are right Simone, what lovely words.We are all shocked and saddedned at
what happened in America, and if there is a chance that anyone there might see
this website I am glad that they can see this message from us.


– Sunday, September 16, 2001 at 23:03:53 (BST)

Thank you Simone for making those comments. I’m sure all of us in Uckfield
agree and would wish to echo their sentiments.Does anyone know if there is some
official message being sent from the town?

Jeremy S.

– Thursday, September 13, 2001 at 19:05:56 (BST)

From all of Uckfield to New York, Washington and all of the USA, After
Tuesdays terrible events, our hearts go out to you . We are your brothers and
sisters and our town sends you all the love and hope in the world.


– Thursday, September 13, 2001 at 01:45:28 (BST)

Everyone in this town seems to be having a dig at The Mayor Mike Skinner, why
don’t you all leave him alone, he will be gone soon and then you will have to
find some other poor sod to have a go at! It’s his wife I feel sorry for, whats
she ever done to anyone … enough!


– Friday, September 07, 2001 at 22:34:46 (BST)

Another BRILLIANT carnival, thanks to the Bonfire Society and especially the
Watts family. Great music, great costumes, great atmosphere. What a fantastic
event it is. It really does bring the whole town together in the way that no
other event can.When one reads about all the other, smaller carnivals being
cancelled because of the lack of helpers one realises just how lucky we are to
have kept our special day.Long may it continue.


– Monday, September 03, 2001 at 00:24:57 (BST)

Sceptic lingerie sites, annonymous libertarians and teenage abuse.Thank you
Mayor Skinner.

Year 6 Holy Cross School

– Thursday, August 23, 2001 at 23:07:36 (BST)

after reading Mike Skinners anally retentive comments about the ‘official’
Uckfield web site I’ve had a look and all I can say is – well it’s all happening
here guys!What’s the point of a forum that you can’t even read without the
rigmarole of registering? Is that why it hasn’t had an active topic for a
fortnight?Great site here – how about a chatroom?Lizzie


– Thursday, August 23, 2001 at 02:04:42 (BST)

When’s the carnival? Why don’t Uckfield Bonfire and Carnival Society have a
website? Where are all the posters? Why aren’t people given more encouragement
to join in? I mean, it’s great fun and all for charidee, mate, so why aren’t
more people involved? Why does it always seem to be the same people?Carnival is
a great thing with so much potential. If everyone in the town gave a quid it
would raise nigh on £13,000! However, I fear it doesn’t raise even half that
sometimes. People are always on about charity begins at home, well guys here’s
your chance! Let’s drag Uckfield Carnival out of the 60’s and start raising some
big bucks!

Bonfire babe <sorry,
don’t want any more spam than I already get!

– Tuesday, August 21, 2001 at 01:32:42 (BST)

Trying to trace an old friend of mine who lived (lives) in Uckfield. His name
is Graham Frampton.Anyone knows of him, or you are him please drop me a line.
Just want to see how he’s getting on.Thanks, Emma

Emma Franklin <>

– Tuesday, August 14, 2001 at 17:00:23 (BST)

HMS EXMOUTH There is a memorial service in early September 2001 in Wick
Scotland. If you know or are related to any of the sailors on the ship that went
down in 1940 please contact the

exmouth association

– Saturday, August 04, 2001 at 22:28:34 (BST)

I am doing a search of my Birth Mother Joyce Bernece Goodwin, born 24th
October 1921 at Old Hall Farm, High Hurstwood, Buxted RD. Her Parents were
Albert Thomas Goodwin and Sarah Goodwin nee Johnson. Any information would be
greatly appreciated.Yours sincerely Clive Lunn

Clive Lunn <>

– Tuesday, July 24, 2001 at 16:32:36 (BST)

“Man will do many things to get himself loved; he will do all things to
get himself envied.” -Mark Twain

Jenny Simpson

– Monday, July 23, 2001 at 18:33:28 (BST)

Hi Uckfield. You guys should be happy with the presentation your community
gets. Great Website. Just passing by to find out where some old acquaintences
(is that spelt right?) sought their hideout. Uckfield? Right…to us here it
sounds like … Mars lol. Anyway, if anyone of you knows some people by the name
of Rudy Dasseville, Linda Delve or Callie Demuynk, send them my best regards,
will ya? Tx. Yves, Ostend, Belgium.

@ Y @ <>

– Sunday, June 24, 2001 at 03:37:55 (BST)

I’m thinking of moving to Uckfield so I was pleased to find your site. As
with all towns there are the less desirable areas, as I have two boys I would
ideally like to avoid buying a house in said areas, unfortunatly the estate
agents weren’t forth coming with advice, what do normal people think?

Dorinda <>

– Friday, June 15, 2001 at 22:57:30 (BST)

If there is anyone reading this who attended UCC from 1985 – 1990 drop me a
line to say hi and catch up on gossip etc!

Angela Woodward (nee Hicks) <>

– Thursday, June 14, 2001 at 11:51:54 (BST)



– Tuesday, June 12, 2001 at 13:53:41 (BST)

hello beautiful uckfield. i just wanted to say hi to all my friends that i
left behindlisa murphy, laura mesmer, michelle tourle and all the rest of the
crewbye berni

bernadette beckles <>

– Tuesday, June 12, 2001 at 13:40:05 (BST)

Anyone know where I can get information about local (Buxted) senior soccer
Sunday League type teams. Am 41 and looking for a game, obviously, for the
coming season.

Lance Ingram <>

– Wednesday, June 06, 2001 at 15:56:02 (BST)

Excellent site. Would like to take the opportunity to promote an
extraordinary local employer offering flexible working conditions in the area.
They give great support and training and are extremely co-operative and helpful
even if you only want part time temporary work as a student. They have permanent
full time staff as well who have been with them for years and cannot be
recommended highly enough. Check out their site, or give them a ring, 01825 762233
& good luck.

Home Comforts worker

– Wednesday, June 06, 2001 at 15:43:52 (BST)

Scot Harris should look in the Uckfield Town guest book to see that we are
not the only ones using the page. I think both Uckfield sites are good for
different reasons. At least you don’t get all the bad laungage on the other

Linda Forde

– Wednesday, June 06, 2001 at 11:47:27 (BST)

Did anyone see the Sussex Express article, Friday 1/6/01 regarding the new
Pizza Express Restaurant in Uckfield? The plans look wonderful – glass
extension, outside patio, roof garden. Wow! It’s something Uckfield would
benefit greatly from. Pizza Express restuarants are stylish, modern restaurants
with excellent food at excellent prices. My family and I often visit the Lewes
and Haywards Heath branches. Do any of you know if there have been any
objections to the plans or whether it is likely to be allowed? I hope it is.I
wonder what the effect on DiMarcos will be?

lydia Hall

– Sunday, June 03, 2001 at 19:23:45 (BST)

Just looked at the and boy is it boring!! Looks like
Cllrs Mike Skinner and Linda Forde are the only two frequenting it!!

Scott Harris <>

– Sunday, June 03, 2001 at 19:09:04 (BST)

what does the council think there doin they think that the web master is out
of order but then they reply just as childishly why put down this site when the
people of uckfeild seem to like it so much more then ure official web site that
just so happens to look like so many others which just gives it that special
touch of being just like every thing else. what were they thinking of.

know it all

– Tuesday, April 24, 2001 at 20:49:46 (BST)

Wherever you look in Uckfield you see the Mayor, Mike Skinner, Web pages,
guest books, newspapers and the High Street, there is no escape from him, I
think I will have to move!


– Sunday, April 22, 2001 at 00:19:38 (BST)

Your last contribution (and there has not been a single one for April) is
from an American lingerie site……Someone, somewhere is entitled to surf where
he/she wants (why am I so certain it is a he?) but it ain’t nothingto do with
Uckfield. Septic lingerie sites, teenage abuse and anonymous libertarians is all
this site has on it. I would love this to have been the official one (or even
better the unofficial one we all contribute to) but it just ain’t on. Its
sloppy. Uckfield is not “someone, somewhere” so I am sure you don’t
live here or probably are not happy doing so.

Mike Skinner

– Saturday, April 21, 2001 at 14:22:15 (BST)

The Council comes along 2 years after this site was up and running and stamps
the “Official Uckfield Site” on their home page. Then the mayor signs
this guestbook saying provocatively “Uckfield now has a proper official
website”. Erm…who is being nasty? The more sites the better for Uckfield
but I don’t see how one site claiming to be the “official” and
“proper” one over all others encourages this.


– Friday, March 30, 2001 at 16:35:59 (BST)

The Town Council do not think they own Uckfield, they just thought it would
be helpful to set up a web site forresidents and visitors and there is room for
more than one site, if people don’t want to visit it, it is up to them, but why
get nasty about it?


– Friday, March 30, 2001 at 15:58:49 (BST)

Since when was Uckfield a company or corporation? If the council decide to
put up a site then they may want to call it the “official council
website”. The council do not own Uckfield, it belongs to the people as does
the Internet. Their attitude is farcically pompous and I hope the folks of
Uckfield support this site as much as they can. You are fortunate to have
someone willing to put in the time and effort to provide an open, unbiased site
for the community to express itself. The council and the Mayor will obviously
have their own agenda. The more Uckfield sites the better but until they remove
this “official” line I won’t be going back.

someone <>

– Tuesday, March 27, 2001 at 23:02:20 (BST)

Since when was Uckfield a company or corporation? If the council decide to
put up a site then they may want to call it the “official council
website”. The council do not own Uckfield, it belongs to the people as does
the Internet. Their attitude is farcically pompous and I hope the folks of
Uckfield support this site as much as they can. You are fortunate to have
someone willing to put in the time and effort to provide an open, unbiased site
for the community to express itself. The council and the Mayor will obviously
have their own agenda. The more Uckfield sites the better but until they remove
this “official” line I won’t be going back.

someone <>

– Tuesday, March 27, 2001 at 23:00:43 (BST)

Looking for old friends from the Uckfield Area. Contact

Barry Miller

– Sunday, March 25, 2001 at 15:10:07 (BST)

Well in my opinion this site is 100 times better than the official site.
It is interesting, well laid out and contains lots of useful info.I for one will
not be using the “Official site”.thanks

Neil Williams <>

– Friday, March 02, 2001 at 16:21:56 (GMT)

As Linda says the website is free. The webmaster pointing to other sites and
crying “conned” is excatly yhe opposite. The
website is free to the town and produced by a company who have proved they can
produce town websites… Well written and well marketed.This one has little but
childish abuse and you have had 18 months to make something of it.Mike Skinner

Mike Skinner <>

– Friday, February 23, 2001 at 19:56:17 (GMT)

The new web site for Uckfield costs nothing for rate payers.


– Friday, February 23, 2001 at 08:55:41 (GMT)

Has Councillor Skinner has been conned into wasting ratepayers money? His so
called ‘official’ Uckfield website looks identical to so many others. Check out
these so called ‘official’ guestbooks for instance:


– Wednesday, February 21, 2001 at 21:56:06 (GMT)

Uckfield now has a proper official website at

Mike Skinner <>

– Sunday, February 18, 2001 at 12:21:07 (GMT)

I am looking for a lady by the name Colleen Pittock. I met her in 1978-79 She
is probably 36-37 years old now, red hair, blue or green eyes and she had a
sister called Collette. Her best friend at the time was called Maxine (?)If you
have any informatin about her please email me.

Ibrahim Akar <>

– Tuesday, January 30, 2001 at 17:46:36 (GMT)

After nearly being killed umpteen times on Browns Land and Neville Road up at
Manor Park does anyone think its about time to get Something done to slow the
maniacs down who use these roads as race tracks, especially when people are
walking their children to school.

Dave <>

– Tuesday, January 23, 2001 at 17:01:56 (GMT)

I was surprised and pleased to find an Uckfield website! Thank you very
much!The year 6 pupils at Holy Cross school are doing research into whether it
would be feasible or desirable to pedestrianise the High Street in Uckfield. Do
any of you have strong views one way or another? If you reply, please remember
that children could be your audience, so try to express your views clearly and
without too much venom! Many thanks!

Sue Newham <>

– Thursday, January 18, 2001 at 23:49:51 (GMT)

Help please!I am trying to trace my great-grandmother, MaryAnn Vernon
HENRYNN, who supposedly worked at Sheffield Park in the 1860s and early
1870s.She died in 1874. I can’t find Sheffield Park on the 1871 Census (LDS
Family History Centre). Does anyone know where I will find a list of servants
for that period, at Sheffield Park?I live in Australia & would love to find
out more about her and her family.So sorry to hear about your terrible

Betty <>

– Friday, January 12, 2001 at 12:19:52 (GMT)

Hi my name is mark spicer i lived in uckfield from 1978 to 1987 before moving
to polegate, i now live in stanley in the falkland islands.i left uckfield
school in 1981, if there is any one who remembers me and feels like a chat you
can find me at or if any one knows marcus collins,stephen
tutt ,nick hobden,mark cogger, or alan mansfield( ex dewhurst butcher and was
working at woodpax)bye for now mark spicer

mark spicer < fk>

– Sunday, November 26, 2000 at 17:29:19 (GMT)

Jo Williams or Amanda chown, Are you both still in Uckfield?

Old friend

– Sunday, November 26, 2000 at 02:16:40 (GMT)

Geeezzz!!!What a mess those floods made of the old home town!I remember back
in the 70’s when there were floods. I worked at Feedback Data. We had to cross
over by the train station on the back of a truck!See the Uck has done it again!
Might be time to invest in some webbed feet there.Bazz

Barry Buschl <>

– Friday, November 10, 2000 at 04:22:21 (GMT)

Thanks to the web site I have traced the person I was looking for.Keep it up
and thankyouAndy Lewis

Andy Lewis <>

– Tuesday, November 07, 2000 at 16:45:02 (GMT)

Remote Name:&nbsp205.188.199.26&nbspDate:&nbsp23 Sep


Hi, my names Antony and I’m 19 years old. I used to live in Uckfield and I used
to go to Holy Cross school and Uckfield Community College. I moved away in year
8 and now i’ve got the internet I’d like to try and find some old school
friends, or at least hear from them. The person I’d most like to hear from is
Ben Compson, who used to be my best friend at Secondary School, as well as Tim
Stobart, Alison Davis and Katy Farmer. If any of you read this, e-mail me at, It’s been a while, I wonder how you’ve all got on?

Remote Name:&nbsp62.255.105.85&nbspDate:&nbsp13 Sep


I drive from Uckfield to Haywards Heath every day and am looking for someone to
car share, week by week. I leave at approx 07:25, drive to HH Station and return
from HH at about 18:15.

Remote Name:&nbsp195.166.143.31&nbspDate:&nbsp23 Jul


Remote Name:&nbsp196.2.44.153&nbspDate:&nbsp07 Aug


Hi, there! My name is Heidi and I lived in Uckfield for 9 years from 1987 to
1996 and attended Uckfield Community College for all that time! I have been
living in Cape Town, South Africa now for the last four years and must admit
that I do miss Uckfield and my friends! I have been over for a couple of
holidays since leaving, but I must say that it is fabulous that I can now have a
look at my home town from my desk here in Cape Town! A few more pictures would
improve the website dramatically – I want to see what the town looks like! Seems
like it is changing a lot. If anyone out there knows me, please e-mail me and
let me know how you are doing!

Remote Name:&nbsp196.2.44.153&nbspDate:&nbsp07 Aug


Hi! Heidi again! I forgot to leave my e-mail address for any long lost friends:

Date:&nbsp03 Jul 2000&nbspTime:&nbsp10:46:06&nbspRemote User: 


Congrats John. Nice to see a few photos on the site now, keep it up. Hi Uckfield
from Sunny Queensland. 

Barry Buschl. 


14 Jul 2000&nbspTime:&nbsp10:49:14&nbspRemote User: 


Kia Ora from New Zealand, My name is Belinda Blick and I am the great
granddaughter of H.H.H.Hockey who was the headmaster of St Michael’s School, in
Uckfield. The school was relocated during WW2 to Barnstaple. I would like to
make contact with anyone who has any information about the school, while it was
in Uckfield. There may be some people in the Uckfield area who had relatives who
attended the school. If so, I would be delighted to hear from them. My email
address is Regards, Belinda Blick 

From: Name: 28
May, 2000 


I am very pleased to hear that Uckfield are proposing CCTV in the town!!! I feel
that this has been a long awaited treat for Uckfield but would also like the
scheme to cover the Uplands area where we live (unfortunately)!. I sincerely
hope that the proposals are successful and look forward to a quieter town. 

Date: 09 Feb 2000&nbspTime: 06:47:17&nbspRemote Name: User: 


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