A local resident is currently looking after a cat which was found in Lodge Lane. He is currently looking after it, but has just housed it temporarily while trying to establish the owner. He states:
“I’ve just housed but, can’t keep a largish fluffy male cat. He is very well manicured so I can’t believe that he hasn’t got a frantic owner somewhere.
He’s been taken to vets to establish his condition etc.
- Very well behaved
- 2-3 years old
- Been doctored
Is chipped but, original owner in MK does not want him back as has partner allergic to cats. Chip info not updated with current owners details.
Found in Lodge Lane area, possibly pedigree
Please contact 01494 866246 for more details”
Now that Christmas is over many of us make New Year resolutions. Try this one for a quick and easy way to protect your property
Think about how many new things you have. It would be wise to mark any new items you have received.
Property marking is a way to help protect your belongings by deterring burglars and help the Police trace and return stolen property. Deter would-be thieves by marking your property with your postcode and house or flat number (or the first three letters of the house name). Then, if your property is stolen it will be much easier to trace, as it can be positively identified as yours. Continue reading Beat the New Year Burglar
Coral Grey in Australia is trying to find Keith Lainsbury as he might be a relative of hers and she’s lost contact with him. Her father was a Lainsbury and born locally during the First World War when his father was called back to serve in the navy.
His parents then went back to Australia to live. Keith’s address at the time was Chequers Inn, which probably means that he had something to do with The Chequers Tree, years ago?
(editor: 24/10/16 We have managed to connect to someone who has provided information to Coral Grey in Australia, therefore contact details have been removed).
Up to 1995, the Pains lived for some years at 17 Sixty Acres Road. During that time a house diagonally opposite was demolished to make way for two new homes.They rescued the foundation stone from the demolition rubble which reads “This land was given for the nurse’s home in memory of Allan Cameron Gardner The Chestnuts Prestwood”
Can anyone give any information on the history of the Nurse’s Home and who Allan Cameron Gardner was? If so please leave a reply below.
A useful Facebook link is gradually building up on Streetlife – have a go at joining up to Around Prestwood – you can pick up the link here.