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fletton

(ˈflɛtən)
n
a type of relatively soft and porous brick made from Oxford clay, of which a large amount comes from near Fletton in Cambridgeshire
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Yearsley Logistics, the UK's largest frozen provider have broken ground on the Fletton Parkway site directly adjacent to the A1(M).
Extra capacity is being added to junction 17 of the A1(M) and junction 1 of the A1139 Fletton Parkway to the south west of the city that will enable the expansion of the Gateway Peterborough business park.
On the bill are many of Basix Wrestling's protegees, with Demolition facing the Renegades in a tag-team title clash, while other bouts include "The Narcissist" Mick Romeo v Ben Ellis, "King of Cool" Danny Valentine v Marc Morgan, plus junior action featuring Drew Baines v Danny Fletton.
Sharon Parkin, 41, of Cumbria, who was watching the concert with friends Jennifer Jennings, 29, Sue Lane, 47, and Amy Fletton, 25, said she was really looking forward the boys performing again with Robbie.
They were called Fletton United before Peterborough when player manager Pat Tirrel announced in the close season that he was looking for posh players for a posh team and it stuck.
Fletton United merged with Peterborough City to form Peterborough and Fletton United in 1923.
WELL done The People Sheriff for getting cash back for Bernard Fletton but it beggars belief that an asthma sufferer is expected to pay for a nebuliser in the first place while pounds 57million has been paid in pensions and benefits to dead people and pounds 225 was spent on make-up lighting for baronesses.
Buckingham, of Fletton Avenue, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, admitted causing grievous bodily harm in the reckless assault committed as part of a "stupid, drunken prank".
Dewhirst's barrister Mark Fletton said his client's guilty pleas had spared his victims the ordeal of reliving their experiences in court.
The tot was home alone in Fletton, Peterborough, for around three hours on June 13.
Fletton, a graduate of the Manchester Metropolitan University, Manchester, UK.
30, 1895, Fletton Tower, near Peterborough, Northamptonshire, Eng.