oakenshaw


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oakenshaw

(ˈəʊkənˌʃɔː)
n
(Physical Geography) an area of woodland containing oak trees
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Now home with mum Joanne Russell, 33, and dad Richard, 34, at Oakenshaw, West Yorks, he is on oxygen 24 hours a day.
Now home with mum Joanne Russell, 33, and dad Richard, 34, at Oakenshaw, Yorkshire, he is on oxygen 24 hours a day.
Oakenshaw saw off Canada's challenge beating them 5-3.
During the summer it had been announced that the Homebase outlet, in Oakenshaw Road, was one of 42 branches that the national chain would be closing around the country.
They congregate at the McDonalds in Oakenshaw, and they are kids on pop-pop bikes, some with L-plates.
In the group stages Huddersfield beat teams from the East Coast and Wakefield at Oakenshaw Park, and went on to beat Halifax at Idle BC in the semi-finals.
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.
She was the leading veteran with Stubbington Green's Rachel Oakenshaw, a close up third.
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.