Removal men have arrived at the home of hero pensioner Richard Osborn-Brooks and his disabled wife Maureen after the couple 'vowed not to return' to where a burglar was killed in a botched break-in. In another sign the elderly couple do not intend to move back to their beloved … [Read more...] about Removal men arrive at boarded-up home of pensioner where burglar was killed
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This is the moment a frustrated member of the public tore down a twisted shrine to a burglar killed during a botched burglary. "Extremely furious" Cecil Coley drove specifically to south London to remove the tributes to burglar Henry Vincent, who died after being stabbed by … [Read more...] about Man drives to south London to tear down tributes to burglar killed by pensioner
PUBLISHED: 17:33 03 April 2018 | UPDATED: 17:33 03 April 2018 Abels boss Philip Pertoldi. Picture: Ian Burt Whether it be the man with a van or team with a lorry, the removals industry has played an important part in people’s lives for many decades. Philip Hunt and Son … [Read more...] about Are times moving on in the removals game?
A CAMPAIGN has been launched to save housing estate fences made from Second World War stretchers that carried Londoners injured in the Blitz.They are a common, if overlooked sight in many developments in the south of the capital.And now the Stretcher Railing Society is seeking to … [Read more...] about Campaign launched to save London housing estate railings converted from stretchers used in WW2 to carry injured civilians during the Blitz
LANDLORDS have been warned against removing Grenfell Tower-style cladding over fears it could INCREASE the risk of a fire.A number of councils have been removing the rainproof zinc-coated foam boards following the blaze at the West London housing estate in June which claimed … [Read more...] about Removing Grenfell Tower-style ‘fire-trap’ cladding could INCREASE the risk of a blaze, landlords warned