oakenshaw


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oakenshaw

(ˈəʊkənˌʃɔː)
n
(Physical Geography) an area of woodland containing oak trees
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Store Cattle - A quite outstanding show of young bulls forward which were dominated by some fabulous sorts from Messrs Pearson, Cliff Hollins Farm, Oakenshaw whose journey North East with their consignment of year old Limousins was made worthwhile with an average of just short of PS1100.
The Hot Wheels' UK tour will be at the toy store in Oakenshaw Road on Thursday, October 26 - one of only 10 sites that the tour is visiting as part of a national tour.
Wilkinson, from Mickleton Close, Oakenshaw, Redditch, was found guilty of arson with intent following a trial at Birmingham Crown Court last month.
Tomorrow, the West Yorkshire Girls district teams have a special coaching session with some of the Yorkshire Diamonds at Woodlands CC, Oakenshaw (BD12 7AX).
She was the leading veteran with Stubbington Green's Rachel Oakenshaw, a close up third.
His worried friends, with whom he lives in High Trees Close, Oakenshaw, contacted the police.
Two goals from Andy Boulton and a Rob Courtney single earned Queens Park a 3-1 away win at Oakenshaw, while Brow returned from Bradford with a battling 1-0 success over Buttershaw Whitestar.
Houlihans Birkenhead League TWO goals from Andy Boulton, one from Rob Courtney, earned Queens Park a super 3-1 away win at Oakenshaw to turn the clock back to the glory days again.
But when he walked along the same stretch of path near Oakenshaw Road yesterday, he couldn't fail to see the stripped willow.
Paramedics treated her at the scene, a Tesco supermarket in Oakenshaw, Worcs, on Friday afternoon, before airlifting her to the Selly Oak Hospital in Birmingham, where she died later that day.
Oakenshaw House has a playroom with its own door to the garden and a kitchen with a fitted breakfast table to seat six.