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fletton

An English brick made from Oxford clay; manufactured by the semi-dry-press process; represents over 40% of current British brick production.
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EXCITED FANS Amy Fletton, Jennifer Jennings, Susan Lane and Sharon Parkin READY TO WATCH A SENSATIONAL SHOW Fans at The Stadium of Light for last night's Take That concert
The nickname Posh came about in 1921 after the then manager of Fletton United, was The club went bankrupt in October 1932 so the current club, reformed two years later, are the third to be known as The Posh.
He wished to say how sorry he was to the individual complainants for his behaviour, added Mr Fletton.
Edward Gee, Associate in the Business Space team at Savills Peterborough, comments: Situated just off the Fletton Parkway, Kingston Park offers high quality, newly built trade counter units in a well established location, which is perfect for Capital.
His barrister Mark Fletton pointed out that the coroner had taken the view that the use of the mobile phone was "foolish", but had not contributed to the unfortunate death of the youngster.
The Club Championship was won by Robert Fletton, with a score of 74 gross at Knights Grange.
Emma, from Fletton, Cambridgeshire, piled on weight as a teenager when she was told to eat every last scrap of her huge meals at home.
Peterborough and Fletton United do not figure too prominently in the annals of cup football history, but the non-Leaguers gave Birmingham City a major fright when they visited St Andrew's for an FA Cup tie in 1928.
Edward Gee of the business space agency team at Savills Peterborough, comments: Situated in a highly prominent position fronting Fletton Parkway and with easy access to Junction 17 of the A1, Kingston Park offers prime commercial land, perfect for a wide variety of uses.
Robert Fletton, who is 18 and immediate past Captain, set a new Vale Royal Millennium Junior Golf Club course record at Hartford with a gross 67 (two under par) while Emma Goddard, who is 13, set the course record for ladies with a level par 70 gross.
Peterborogh and Fletton United do not figure too prominently in the annals of cup football history but the non-leaguers gave Birmingham City a major fright when they visited St Andrew's for an FA Cup tie in 1928.
LONDON NORTH EAST: Aycliffe, (50/75), Preston Manor (50/75), Bradbury, (50/70), Ferryhill, (20), Durham, (20mph), Newton Hall (20), Marshall Meadow (20), St Neots (50/80), Offord, (50/80), Fletton, (50/70), Helpston (50/80), Hettmill (20), Egmanton (50/80).