York road closed after large hole appears

PART of a road in the centre of York has been closed off tonight after a large hole suddenly appeared in the surface.

The problem was spotted at about 6pm today at the corner of Bishopthorpe Road and Scarcroft Road, and police initially placed cones around the hazard to prevent it causing accidents.

The problem began as a small crack in the road which widened as cars passed over it, and it is now about a metre wide and four metres deep. Workers from City of York Council - which has said the hole is "a major collapse" - have arrived at the scene and are assessing the extent of the damage.

The section of Bishopthorpe Road near the hazard is being closed in both directions with immediate effect and traffic will be diverted around Tadcaster Road.

The closure is expected to remain in place for some time, with a spokeswoman for the council saying: "Our main priority is to ensure the safety of residents and commuters".

The pavements in the area around the hole will remain open as work on the damage continues. The cause of the problem and how long it will take to fix are not yet known, but the council has said motorists can expect "significant delays" because of the road closure.

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6:59pm Mon 28 May 12

osbaldwicklane says...

I hope it was not caused by a 60 grand car riding over it taking the civic party to an official function .
I hope it was not caused by a 60 grand car riding over it taking the civic party to an official function . osbaldwicklane

7:06pm Mon 28 May 12

Ichabod76 says...

no, but they'll probably try to tell us there's not enough cash to mend it though.
no, but they'll probably try to tell us there's not enough cash to mend it though. Ichabod76

7:11pm Mon 28 May 12

Even AndyD says...

Aliens. Been waiting underground, biding their time.
Aliens. Been waiting underground, biding their time. Even AndyD

7:14pm Mon 28 May 12

sheps lad says...

What about opening Terry Ave up to relieve some congestion?
What about opening Terry Ave up to relieve some congestion? sheps lad

7:28pm Mon 28 May 12

redbluelion says...

sounds like a scene from the movie..war of the worlds..doomed i say......all doomed .
sounds like a scene from the movie..war of the worlds..doomed i say......all doomed . redbluelion

7:56pm Mon 28 May 12

RingoStarr says...

osbaldwicklane wrote:
I hope it was not caused by a 60 grand car riding over it taking the civic party to an official function .
BRILLIANT!
[quote][p][bold]osbaldwicklane[/bold] wrote: I hope it was not caused by a 60 grand car riding over it taking the civic party to an official function .[/p][/quote]BRILLIANT! RingoStarr

8:16pm Mon 28 May 12

the famous one! says...

Tezza smith,classic cutz 4th ave york, i think the big hole that has appeared on bishopthorpe road york,is for the labour council in york to throw away another 60 grand like they did in buying a new 60 grand limo,with consulting the fine people of york.
Tezza smith,classic cutz 4th ave york, i think the big hole that has appeared on bishopthorpe road york,is for the labour council in york to throw away another 60 grand like they did in buying a new 60 grand limo,with consulting the fine people of york. the famous one!

8:17pm Mon 28 May 12

Candy Cupcake says...

osbaldwicklane wrote:
I hope it was not caused by a 60 grand car riding over it taking the civic party to an official function .
Choked on my wine!
[quote][p][bold]osbaldwicklane[/bold] wrote: I hope it was not caused by a 60 grand car riding over it taking the civic party to an official function .[/p][/quote]Choked on my wine! Candy Cupcake

8:19pm Mon 28 May 12

the famous one! says...

Tezza smith,classic cutz 4th ave york, i think the big hole that has appeared on bishopthorpe road york,is for the labour council in york to throw away another 60 grand like they did in buying a new 60 grand limo,With OUT consulting the fine people of york.
Tezza smith,classic cutz 4th ave york, i think the big hole that has appeared on bishopthorpe road york,is for the labour council in york to throw away another 60 grand like they did in buying a new 60 grand limo,With OUT consulting the fine people of york. the famous one!

8:33pm Mon 28 May 12

arglemcgee says...

Maybe the 4 July 'Independents Day' (as in independent businesses) street party planned for Bishy Road could be brought forward to coincide with the existing road closure. Would save lots of paperwork and make the event a lot easier to stage.
Maybe the 4 July 'Independents Day' (as in independent businesses) street party planned for Bishy Road could be brought forward to coincide with the existing road closure. Would save lots of paperwork and make the event a lot easier to stage. arglemcgee

8:46pm Mon 28 May 12

yorkandproud says...

On a serious note. Bishy Rd near the shops, has been dug up and filled in that many times in the last few years, it is no wonder that the road is subsiding.
On a serious note. Bishy Rd near the shops, has been dug up and filled in that many times in the last few years, it is no wonder that the road is subsiding. yorkandproud

8:59pm Mon 28 May 12

pedalling paul says...

sheps lad wrote:
What about opening Terry Ave up to relieve some congestion?
Grrrr....!
Mind you I pedalled across that junction several times last weekend. You missed me again....!
Wonder if the sightseeing buses will be affected....? (Red rag duly waved!)
[quote][p][bold]sheps lad[/bold] wrote: What about opening Terry Ave up to relieve some congestion?[/p][/quote]Grrrr....! Mind you I pedalled across that junction several times last weekend. You missed me again....! Wonder if the sightseeing buses will be affected....? (Red rag duly waved!) pedalling paul

9:00pm Mon 28 May 12

pedalling paul says...

sheps lad wrote:
What about opening Terry Ave up to relieve some congestion?
Grrrr....!
Mind you I pedalled across that junction several times last weekend. You missed me again....!
Wonder if the sightseeing buses will be affected....? (Red rag duly waved!)
[quote][p][bold]sheps lad[/bold] wrote: What about opening Terry Ave up to relieve some congestion?[/p][/quote]Grrrr....! Mind you I pedalled across that junction several times last weekend. You missed me again....! Wonder if the sightseeing buses will be affected....? (Red rag duly waved!) pedalling paul

9:06pm Mon 28 May 12

chickpea says...

Anyone remember the big hole that opened up in the city centre near Barnitts some years ago? This one is tiny in comparison.
Anyone remember the big hole that opened up in the city centre near Barnitts some years ago? This one is tiny in comparison. chickpea

9:08pm Mon 28 May 12

owensjd says...

sounds like a sinkhole
sounds like a sinkhole owensjd

9:15pm Mon 28 May 12

Paula_T says...

Bet it's that silver surfer
Bet it's that silver surfer Paula_T

9:18pm Mon 28 May 12

Simonavich says...

I'm not sure what's caused it, but the council are looking in to it.........oh dear, oh dear :/
I'm not sure what's caused it, but the council are looking in to it.........oh dear, oh dear :/ Simonavich

9:35pm Mon 28 May 12

nearlyman says...

didn't one open up there a year or two back................
...was it a cheap repair or just dealt with as a pot hole !
didn't one open up there a year or two back................ ...was it a cheap repair or just dealt with as a pot hole ! nearlyman

9:51pm Mon 28 May 12

sheps lad says...

pedalling paul wrote:
sheps lad wrote:
What about opening Terry Ave up to relieve some congestion?
Grrrr....!
Mind you I pedalled across that junction several times last weekend. You missed me again....!
Wonder if the sightseeing buses will be affected....? (Red rag duly waved!)
OK,OK I heard you the first time!
[quote][p][bold]pedalling paul [/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sheps lad[/bold] wrote: What about opening Terry Ave up to relieve some congestion?[/p][/quote]Grrrr....! Mind you I pedalled across that junction several times last weekend. You missed me again....! Wonder if the sightseeing buses will be affected....? (Red rag duly waved!)[/p][/quote]OK,OK I heard you the first time! sheps lad

9:56pm Mon 28 May 12

Silver says...

Paula_T wrote:
Bet it's that silver surfer
?
[quote][p][bold]Paula_T[/bold] wrote: Bet it's that silver surfer[/p][/quote]? Silver

9:57pm Mon 28 May 12

Silver says...

the famous one! wrote:
Tezza smith,classic cutz 4th ave york, i think the big hole that has appeared on bishopthorpe road york,is for the labour council in york to throw away another 60 grand like they did in buying a new 60 grand limo,With OUT consulting the fine people of york.
Paid your fine yet Terry?
[quote][p][bold]the famous one![/bold] wrote: Tezza smith,classic cutz 4th ave york, i think the big hole that has appeared on bishopthorpe road york,is for the labour council in york to throw away another 60 grand like they did in buying a new 60 grand limo,With OUT consulting the fine people of york.[/p][/quote]Paid your fine yet Terry? Silver

9:59pm Mon 28 May 12

Geoffers says...

PART of a road in the centre of York has been closed off tonight after a large hole suddenly appeared in the surface.

Council officers are now looking into it!
[quote]PART of a road in the centre of York has been closed off tonight after a large hole suddenly appeared in the surface. [/quote] Council officers are now looking into it! Geoffers

10:10pm Mon 28 May 12

Back and Beyond says...

owensjd wrote:
sounds like a sinkhole
More like a collapsed sewer....if this hole was in Tang Hall we would get claims of people falling down it!
[quote][p][bold]owensjd[/bold] wrote: sounds like a sinkhole[/p][/quote]More like a collapsed sewer....if this hole was in Tang Hall we would get claims of people falling down it! Back and Beyond

10:14pm Mon 28 May 12

greenmonkey says...

At least no one injured by this one - the burst main outside St Georges school in the heavy rain in April was 'found' by a woman on a bike coming off and colliding with a car. Lets hope she is recovered and the water company did a better job of fixing it that the previous time last year.
At least no one injured by this one - the burst main outside St Georges school in the heavy rain in April was 'found' by a woman on a bike coming off and colliding with a car. Lets hope she is recovered and the water company did a better job of fixing it that the previous time last year. greenmonkey

10:28pm Mon 28 May 12

voiceofnormalpeople says...

ole has opened up and swallowed tang hall and another 1 has opened up and swallowed half of clifton!!
thats just wish full thinking.
ole has opened up and swallowed tang hall and another 1 has opened up and swallowed half of clifton!! thats just wish full thinking. voiceofnormalpeople

10:53pm Mon 28 May 12

Far says...

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11:01pm Mon 28 May 12

Buzz Light-year says...

The coming together of these two important York roads bears too much energy for one simple street corner.
This hole is the sign. A great battle has begun. From this hole will come our destiny.
Only one of these iconic thoroughfares will prevail, only one will win the right to a friendly, familiar name - a roll off the tongue nickname that most folk would say without thinking anything of it.

The other will be doomed by it's starchy longwinded fullness.

Who shall reign?
Will it be "Bishy" Rd?
Or "Scarcy" Rd?





In other news, Heso Lane is still looking to take on Heso Road in what could be the derby match of the century. Sponsors and investors are reminded that physical impossibility should not deter them from what is an ideal investment opportunity...
The coming together of these two important York roads bears too much energy for one simple street corner. This hole is the sign. A great battle has begun. From this hole will come our destiny. Only one of these iconic thoroughfares will prevail, only one will win the right to a friendly, familiar name - a roll off the tongue nickname that most folk would say without thinking anything of it. The other will be doomed by it's starchy longwinded fullness. Who shall reign? Will it be "Bishy" Rd? Or "Scarcy" Rd? In other news, Heso Lane is still looking to take on Heso Road in what could be the derby match of the century. Sponsors and investors are reminded that physical impossibility should not deter them from what is an ideal investment opportunity... Buzz Light-year

11:04pm Mon 28 May 12

idjut17 says...

osbaldwicklane wrote:
I hope it was not caused by a 60 grand car riding over it taking the civic party to an official function .
Taking folk by the Scenic route no doubt...!
Scarcroft Road/Bishy Road is riddled with `underground sewers`...that close to the Ouse..? I was brought up on Richardson St...in the `70s...all mud & water then..Rowntrees Park?
Back and Beyond..its an old sewer/sinkhole...Wat
ch the Rats run..away from the problem....its the `Longtails` that worry me...after all..a Rat is only 10ft away...Wherever ya live!
osbaldwicklane wrote: I hope it was not caused by a 60 grand car riding over it taking the civic party to an official function . Taking folk by the Scenic route no doubt...! Scarcroft Road/Bishy Road is riddled with `underground sewers`...that close to the Ouse..? I was brought up on Richardson St...in the `70s...all mud & water then..Rowntrees Park? Back and Beyond..its an old sewer/sinkhole...Wat ch the Rats run..away from the problem....its the `Longtails` that worry me...after all..a Rat is only 10ft away...Wherever ya live! idjut17

11:05pm Mon 28 May 12

powerwatt says...

Geoffers wrote:
PART of a road in the centre of York has been closed off tonight after a large hole suddenly appeared in the surface.

Council officers are now looking into it!
I thought that is what they did on a daily basis?
[quote][p][bold]Geoffers[/bold] wrote: [quote]PART of a road in the centre of York has been closed off tonight after a large hole suddenly appeared in the surface. [/quote] Council officers are now looking into it![/p][/quote]I thought that is what they did on a daily basis? powerwatt

11:12pm Mon 28 May 12

Woody Mellor says...

Buzz Light-year wrote:
The coming together of these two important York roads bears too much energy for one simple street corner.
This hole is the sign. A great battle has begun. From this hole will come our destiny.
Only one of these iconic thoroughfares will prevail, only one will win the right to a friendly, familiar name - a roll off the tongue nickname that most folk would say without thinking anything of it.

The other will be doomed by it's starchy longwinded fullness.

Who shall reign?
Will it be "Bishy" Rd?
Or "Scarcy" Rd?





In other news, Heso Lane is still looking to take on Heso Road in what could be the derby match of the century. Sponsors and investors are reminded that physical impossibility should not deter them from what is an ideal investment opportunity...
:0)
[quote][p][bold]Buzz Light-year[/bold] wrote: The coming together of these two important York roads bears too much energy for one simple street corner. This hole is the sign. A great battle has begun. From this hole will come our destiny. Only one of these iconic thoroughfares will prevail, only one will win the right to a friendly, familiar name - a roll off the tongue nickname that most folk would say without thinking anything of it. The other will be doomed by it's starchy longwinded fullness. Who shall reign? Will it be "Bishy" Rd? Or "Scarcy" Rd? In other news, Heso Lane is still looking to take on Heso Road in what could be the derby match of the century. Sponsors and investors are reminded that physical impossibility should not deter them from what is an ideal investment opportunity...[/p][/quote]:0) Woody Mellor

11:20pm Mon 28 May 12

sherrian says...

Open up Terry Avenue ?... you've more chance of growing another head... that would be far too sensible
Open up Terry Avenue ?... you've more chance of growing another head... that would be far too sensible sherrian

12:01am Tue 29 May 12

highhat says...

the famous one! wrote:
Tezza smith,classic cutz 4th ave york, i think the big hole that has appeared on bishopthorpe road york,is for the labour council in york to throw away another 60 grand like they did in buying a new 60 grand limo,With OUT consulting the fine people of york.
Thanks Tezza i do feel fine
[quote][p][bold]the famous one![/bold] wrote: Tezza smith,classic cutz 4th ave york, i think the big hole that has appeared on bishopthorpe road york,is for the labour council in york to throw away another 60 grand like they did in buying a new 60 grand limo,With OUT consulting the fine people of york.[/p][/quote]Thanks Tezza i do feel fine highhat

12:23am Tue 29 May 12

baldiebiker says...

I used to go out with a lass from scarcroft road and............. er think I'd better stop here?
I used to go out with a lass from scarcroft road and............. er think I'd better stop here? baldiebiker

12:29am Tue 29 May 12

Gramayre says...

Can see York council workers investigating it, 3 vans no doubt, 6 workmen, one looking into the hole while the others stand about doing naff all and everyone of them on overtime.. Then they wander off because they don't have the right tools for the job.
Can see York council workers investigating it, 3 vans no doubt, 6 workmen, one looking into the hole while the others stand about doing naff all and everyone of them on overtime.. Then they wander off because they don't have the right tools for the job. Gramayre

7:35am Tue 29 May 12

Mr Anderson says...

Gramayre wrote:
Can see York council workers investigating it, 3 vans no doubt, 6 workmen, one looking into the hole while the others stand about doing naff all and everyone of them on overtime.. Then they wander off because they don't have the right tools for the job.
Then a Polish bloke just gets on and does the job.
[quote][p][bold]Gramayre[/bold] wrote: Can see York council workers investigating it, 3 vans no doubt, 6 workmen, one looking into the hole while the others stand about doing naff all and everyone of them on overtime.. Then they wander off because they don't have the right tools for the job.[/p][/quote]Then a Polish bloke just gets on and does the job. Mr Anderson

7:48am Tue 29 May 12

Sawday2 says...

First part of CYC's 20mph measures?
First part of CYC's 20mph measures? Sawday2

8:04am Tue 29 May 12

MrsHoney says...

Sawday2 wrote:
First part of CYC's 20mph measures?
That's what I thought!
[quote][p][bold]Sawday2[/bold] wrote: First part of CYC's 20mph measures?[/p][/quote]That's what I thought! MrsHoney

8:18am Tue 29 May 12

Hel n Highwater says...

Simonavich wrote:
I'm not sure what's caused it, but the council are looking in to it.........oh dear, oh dear :/
...and looking...and looking...and looking.....oops, they fell in....quick, get the Polish worker to finish the job ;-)
[quote][p][bold]Simonavich[/bold] wrote: I'm not sure what's caused it, but the council are looking in to it.........oh dear, oh dear :/[/p][/quote]...and looking...and looking...and looking.....oops, they fell in....quick, get the Polish worker to finish the job ;-) Hel n Highwater

8:29am Tue 29 May 12

Blimp says...

Good posts everybody!

Shame ours is so predicatable but what the hell...

Brilliant, love it! More please.
Good posts everybody! Shame ours is so predicatable but what the hell... Brilliant, love it! More please. Blimp

8:36am Tue 29 May 12

JC42 says...

Silver wrote:
the famous one! wrote: Tezza smith,classic cutz 4th ave york, i think the big hole that has appeared on bishopthorpe road york,is for the labour council in york to throw away another 60 grand like they did in buying a new 60 grand limo,With OUT consulting the fine people of york.
Paid your fine yet Terry?
lol nice one silver
[quote][p][bold]Silver[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]the famous one![/bold] wrote: Tezza smith,classic cutz 4th ave york, i think the big hole that has appeared on bishopthorpe road york,is for the labour council in york to throw away another 60 grand like they did in buying a new 60 grand limo,With OUT consulting the fine people of york.[/p][/quote]Paid your fine yet Terry?[/p][/quote]lol nice one silver JC42

8:43am Tue 29 May 12

Kevin Turvey says...

Bernard Cribbins - Hole in the ground

There I was, a-digging this hole
A hole in the ground, so big and sort of round it was
There was I, digging it deep
It was flat at at the bottom and the sides were steep
When along, comes this bloke in a bowler which he lifted and scratched his head
Well we looked down the hole, poor demented soul and he said

Do you mind if I make a suggestion?

Don't dig there, dig it elsewhere
Your digging it round and it ought to be square
The shape of it's wrong, it's much much too long
And you can't put hole wher a hole don't belong

I ask, what a liberty eh
Nearly bashed him right in the bowler

Well there was I, stood in me hole
Shovelling earth for all I was worth
There was him, standing up there
So grand and official with his nose in the air
So I gave him a look sort of sideways and I leaned on my shvel and sighed

Well I lit me a fag and having took a drag I replied

I just couldnít bear, to dig it elsewhere
I'm digging it round co's I donít want it square
And if you disagree it don't bother me
Thatís the place where the holes gonna be

Well there we were, disscussing this hole
A hole in the groud so big and sort of round
Well it's not there now, the groundrs all flat
And beneath it is the bloke in the bowler hat

And that's that
Bernard Cribbins - Hole in the ground There I was, a-digging this hole A hole in the ground, so big and sort of round it was There was I, digging it deep It was flat at at the bottom and the sides were steep When along, comes this bloke in a bowler which he lifted and scratched his head Well we looked down the hole, poor demented soul and he said Do you mind if I make a suggestion? Don't dig there, dig it elsewhere Your digging it round and it ought to be square The shape of it's wrong, it's much much too long And you can't put hole wher a hole don't belong I ask, what a liberty eh Nearly bashed him right in the bowler Well there was I, stood in me hole Shovelling earth for all I was worth There was him, standing up there So grand and official with his nose in the air So I gave him a look sort of sideways and I leaned on my shvel and sighed Well I lit me a fag and having took a drag I replied I just couldnít bear, to dig it elsewhere I'm digging it round co's I donít want it square And if you disagree it don't bother me Thatís the place where the holes gonna be Well there we were, disscussing this hole A hole in the groud so big and sort of round Well it's not there now, the groundrs all flat And beneath it is the bloke in the bowler hat And that's that Kevin Turvey

8:51am Tue 29 May 12

mrcharly says...

Wasn't there a big hole at this junction about 4 years ago?
Wasn't there a big hole at this junction about 4 years ago? mrcharly

12:27pm Tue 29 May 12

nowthen says...

Gramayre wrote:
Can see York council workers investigating it, 3 vans no doubt, 6 workmen, one looking into the hole while the others stand about doing naff all and everyone of them on overtime.. Then they wander off because they don't have the right tools for the job.
You forgot to mention the 4 blokes with clipboards, brand new high viz jackets and spotless safety helmets , oh and Alexander and Bailey posing for a photo opportunity whilst pointing at the hole.
[quote][p][bold]Gramayre[/bold] wrote: Can see York council workers investigating it, 3 vans no doubt, 6 workmen, one looking into the hole while the others stand about doing naff all and everyone of them on overtime.. Then they wander off because they don't have the right tools for the job.[/p][/quote]You forgot to mention the 4 blokes with clipboards, brand new high viz jackets and spotless safety helmets , oh and Alexander and Bailey posing for a photo opportunity whilst pointing at the hole. nowthen

1:25pm Tue 29 May 12

Gary Gilmores Eyes says...

‘nowthen says... 12:27pm Tue 29 May 12

You forgot to mention the 4 blokes with clipboards, brand new high viz jackets and spotless safety helmets , oh and Alexander and Bailey posing for a photo opportunity whilst pointing at the hole.’

You are correct to assume the scenario described could happen by the publicity hungry individuals you mention.
However Alexander and Bayley normally go for photo opportunities with more futile/pointless/was
te of time and money campaigns that are more political gravy train oriented than practical/necessity as in this case! This more your lower level of leech local councillor attempting to make a name for themselves by pointing out the bleeding obvious with an air of so called self appointed authority!.
‘nowthen says... 12:27pm Tue 29 May 12 You forgot to mention the 4 blokes with clipboards, brand new high viz jackets and spotless safety helmets , oh and Alexander and Bailey posing for a photo opportunity whilst pointing at the hole.’ You are correct to assume the scenario described could happen by the publicity hungry individuals you mention. However Alexander and Bayley normally go for photo opportunities with more futile/pointless/was te of time and money campaigns that are more political gravy train oriented than practical/necessity as in this case! This more your lower level of leech local councillor attempting to make a name for themselves by pointing out the bleeding obvious with an air of so called self appointed authority!. Gary Gilmores Eyes

1:38pm Tue 29 May 12

bpk68 says...

osbaldwicklane wrote:
I hope it was not caused by a 60 grand car riding over it taking the civic party to an official function .
lmao - nice!

If only we had a 20mph limit in place - think of the children that could fall down the hole!!!!
[quote][p][bold]osbaldwicklane[/bold] wrote: I hope it was not caused by a 60 grand car riding over it taking the civic party to an official function .[/p][/quote]lmao - nice! If only we had a 20mph limit in place - think of the children that could fall down the hole!!!! bpk68

1:01am Wed 30 May 12

Magicman! says...

voiceofnormalpeople wrote:
ole has opened up and swallowed tang hall and another 1 has opened up and swallowed half of clifton!!
thats just wish full thinking.
But if there was a hole there would people be able to tell the difference ;)

Also, what about Bell Farm?
[quote][p][bold]voiceofnormalpeople[/bold] wrote: ole has opened up and swallowed tang hall and another 1 has opened up and swallowed half of clifton!! thats just wish full thinking.[/p][/quote]But if there was a hole there would people be able to tell the difference ;) Also, what about Bell Farm? Magicman!

1:39pm Wed 30 May 12

YorkToff says...

the famous one! wrote:
Tezza smith,classic cutz 4th ave york, i think the big hole that has appeared on bishopthorpe road york,is for the labour council in york to throw away another 60 grand like they did in buying a new 60 grand limo,with consulting the fine people of york.
I trust York Press are sending you invoices for your continued business advertising on here.
[quote][p][bold]the famous one![/bold] wrote: Tezza smith,classic cutz 4th ave york, i think the big hole that has appeared on bishopthorpe road york,is for the labour council in york to throw away another 60 grand like they did in buying a new 60 grand limo,with consulting the fine people of york.[/p][/quote]I trust York Press are sending you invoices for your continued business advertising on here. YorkToff

3:53pm Wed 30 May 12

The Dasher says...

"the council are currently looking into it" boom tish
"the council are currently looking into it" boom tish The Dasher

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