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lep.co.uk FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 2009 42p

BIGGER...BETTER...AND SO MUCH MORE


NEW! NEW! NEW!
week
r 11, 2009
Bairstow Eves
First-timebuys
Friday, Septembe

tateagent of the
day

WhyI’m selling
property
Wher

Stepping on to the
FIND Suzanne and
Hatim Sadikot, 2 Broa
dway, Ashton
Bamber Bridge
On Ribble, Pres
ton
What appealed
204 Station to you most
about the property?
Bamber Bridge e As soon as we
Preston, Lancashir saw
loved it. It’s the it we just
PR5 6TQ family home. perfect

Under£100,000
It
T: 01772 315585, big back garden,has a really
than average, far bigger

Two-bedroom semi
F: 01772 338114 that is secure

NEW!
and secluded.
It
overlooked by is not
Blackpool there is lots of
anyone and
space for the
25-27 Highfield

£94,950
53 Ribbleton
children to play
out and for
Blackpool, us to relax.

FIRST TIME
Hall Drive FY4 2JD
RIBBLE TON T: 01253
How long have
the property?
you lived in

semi detached F: 01253 We’ve been here


two bedroom years, since 2000. for nine
This is a modernfirst time buyers.
house, ideal for lounge and dining Carnforth
boasts a modern laid to lawn and
What have you
Downstairs it garden is mainly
1 Station moving into the
done since
kitchen. The rear Interested? Contact Carnforth, We’ve done a property?
there is a driveway. and is double Preston. lot. We’ve

BUYERS:
LA5 9BS

WHY I’M
centrally heated 48 Lune Street, replaced the rendering
The house is gas T: 01524 the gutters and and
boards. We’ve the fascia

ESTATE
glazed. F: 01524 put in new
radiators and
replastere
rooms and redecorate d the
Chorley throughout the d
16-18 room. house. Every

Under£110,000
Chorley,
PR7 1DN What is your
favourite

What’s for
s

SELLING:
Probably the garden. room?

Three-bedroom mew
T: 01257 I know
it’s not a room

AGENT
F: 01257 favourite space.but it’s my
having all that I really love

£106,950
outdoor space.
Fulwood It’s about four
57 Turnfield
times
Unit an average garden. as big as
private and a It’s so
INGOL 284 real sun trap.
Fulwood What will you
mews house compris- miss
Probably the gardenthe most?

sale...and
Preston,

Story of
three-bedroom conservatory, fitted

of the r a family COLUMNIST


This spacious , lounge, PR2 But just the whole again.
are fit-
es hallway, cloaks/wc and bathroom. There T: 01772 where it is. It’s house and BEAUTIFULLY
PRESENTED:
room s. good location. in a really
kitchen/dining two of the three bedroom Lindsay F: 01772 We
Front of the property
and, below (from

Spacious home fo
in
ted wardrobes centrally heated and is double Dalziel, and Nikki to the parks from can walk left), kitchen,
, Ben Barker, Lee

a
here. And reception room
The house is gas garden is flagged with decking. Interested?
the house is so

Bringing together
Carol Shepherd Lancaster and lounge
glazed. The rear involved in the sale. Helen Kercher, light and airy. spacious and
6 Winckley Street, PRESTON TEAM:
The big bay
67-71 windows let in
There is no chain so much light.
Lancaster,

where week... a home


How close are

Martin
LA1 the amenities?
We’re within
T: walking
distance of parks
F: Docks. There and the

T
are

Under£120,000
including a chemistlocal shops
paper shop and and a his is a beautifully
Leyland presented

of services
house
health centre. there is a semi detached
house with Name: Suzanne

Two-bedroom town
17 and
Lane
about ten minutes Ends is three bedrooms,
two recep- Sadikot and Joseph, Hatim
Leyland, tion rooms, 13,
we’re on a main away and room and extended four-piece bath- Zain, three and
Laya 18 kitchen with an
you want to go bus route if

£119,950
PR25 The rear garden, breakfast kitchen. months electric oven

Roberts
further afield. integrated

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CITY UNITED
CIVIC PRIDE: St Gregory's Catholic Primary School pupils and their footballers, like all Preston schools, have benefited from the museum

Preston gets behind fight to save Football Museum


SCHOOLCHILDREN, teach- by Chris Visser have visited the museum are extremely
positive – indeed people often comment It is part of an
ers and community leaders have chris.visser@lep.co.uk
about the great footballing heritage of Pre- irksome
thrown their weight behind the Catholic Primary School in Deepdale. He
ston and the great pride that its citizens philosophy which
campaign to save Preston’s Na- said: “St Gregory’s has close links with the
have in this fact.” dominates the
Lifelong PNE supporter and Preston
tional Football Museum. museum and we often attend events and headteacher David Fann, of Sherwood Pri-
way Whitehall thinks about
The museum, on Sir Tom Finney workshops there. Our children benefit mary School, said the city’s youngsters will the regions: England is
Way, attracts 100,000 visitors each year greatly from these experiences and I know miss out on a vital part of their cultural de- divided into sprawling city
other schools feels the same. velopment if the museum leaves the city. regions and what is good
and is a popular destination for local “There is also a great deal of civic pride
schools and youngsters. Its future is in He said: “We have used the museum for Manchester is bound to
in Preston with regards to this museum and are absolutely devastated that it could be good for Preston...
doubt after plans were unveiled to and for it to be taken away will be a body
move it to Manchester. be going. The development is of great ben-
blow to this great city and its people. efit for the area and it is a shame that the Mark Hookham’s
Among those who support the Evening “I often talk to football supporters of view: Page 11;
Post’s campaign to save the museum is other teams from all over the country and Opinion: Page 10
Gary Hayes, headteacher at St Gregory's the overwhelming response of those who ● Turn to Page 8

YOU VOTE: Should parents be penalised for taking children out of school for holidays? See Page 9 Vote at lep.co.uk