In 1872, a Builder, Joiner, Plumber business was established at 29 Minster Moorgate, Beverley – Frank Stephenson & Son. In the 107 years, it was owned and run by four members of the Stephenson family. It has been a well-established pillar of the community here in the town, serving as builders, plumbers and joiners – and as in those cases when needed, the local Undertaker.
A SON has been jailed for sexually assaulting his own pensioner mother in a drunken Portsmouth Crown Court heard the man, 27, was drunk when he put the woman, in her 60s, in a headlock and groped her right breast before making ‘unpleasant remarks’.
Penny Junor, whose book Prince Harry : Brother, Soldier, Son was published in 2014, has spoken out in the row over when the Queen was told about the name of her newest great-granddaughter Prince Harry 'clearly' didn't ask the Queen about giving his newborn daughter the name Lilibet Diana before registering it as a domain name on the internet, his biographer has claimed.
By Sam Nussey TOKYO, June 23 (Reuters) - SoftBank Group Corp CEO Masayoshi Son said on Wednesday share buybacks remain an option for the conglomerate, amid a slide in its shares. "Buybacks are always on my mind as an important option but when and how big requires balanced thinking," Son said at SoftBank's annual shareholders' meeting, adding that the group also needs to consider alternative uses of its capital.
Writing on Twitter, journalist Jack Pitt-Brooke of the Athletic has shared big news coming of Tottenham Hotspur involving Son Heung-min’s mooted new deal. The Lowdown: Son committing? Tottenham have long been touted to extend Son’s stay in north London with reports as far back as October last year detailing a bumper contract offer was on the table (Football Insider).
Tottenham Hotspur transfer news: Former player warns that Son Heung-min could leave if Harry Kane is sold
Tottenham Hotspur risk losing Son Heung-min if they agree to sell Harry Kane, warns former midfielder Darren Anderton. Speaking to Goal, Anderton explained that it would only be natural for Son to start looking elsewhere in the event that Spurs’ talismanic striker moves on. “If Kane was to leave Tottenham, then I think Son would start to question his future.
J May & Son Ltd butchers in Fordingbridge broken into A BUTCHERS in Fordingbridge was broken into leaving the business to deal with the "collateral damage" left behind. Police say they received a report of a burglary at J May & Son Ltd on Salisbury Road at around 1.55am yesterday (Thursday June 17).
Spurs fans have been reacting on Twitter to the latest news and rumours involving their football club. This comes as journalist Fabrizio Romano posted on Twitter, claiming that Heung-Min Son is set to sign a new deal at Tottenham, with discussions having taken place since December. This was picked up by Spurs fans, many of whom were buzzing with the news…
Writing on Twitter, Fabrizio Romano has made an exciting Tottenham Hotspur contract claim involving Son Heung-min. The Lowdown: Son new deal? Tottenham have been touted with offering a new deal to Son for quite some time, with reports emerging as far back as October last year.
A special forget-me-not window has been created A funeral director is commemorating dads and those who have experienced bereavement this Father's Day. This year the team at William Pearce & Son Funeral Directors in Ilfracombe, part of Dignity Funerals, have come up with a way to help the community remember and pay tribute to those dads that are no longer with us in the lead up to Father’s Day on June 20.
Tottenham Hotspur have received some rather encouraging news… What’s the word? According to Italian transfer guru Fabrizio Romano, Spurs star Heung-min Son is expected to sign a new long-term contract, having held talks with the club since December. “Heung-min Son is expected to sign soon his new contract with Tottenham, negotiations going on since December and now all parties confident to complete the agreement.
The latest Spurs news on Thursday morning from football.london including updates on Son Heung-Min and Gareth Bale. Here are your Tottenham morning headlines for Thursday, 17 June. Son expected to stay Son Heung-min is set to extend his stay at the Tottenham Hotspur stadium. That is according to football journalist Fabrizio Romano, via The Boot Room, who reported that all parties are confident on finally agreeing a deal.
Herefordshire man follows in dad's firefighting footsteps A KINGTON firefighter who has been responding to emergencies for more than 40 years proved inspirational for his son, who has followed in his footsteps. The fire service has always been a part of the life of on-call firefighter Liam Davies, 29.
A home intruder was arrested after being shot outside of a Memphis home, according to police. According to a police affidavit, 19-year-old Kevin Mitchell jumped over a family’s back fence on Kirby Brooks Drive. The mother said she rushed to get her son and daughter and found Mitchell coming over the fence.
Speaking on the latest Here We Go Podcast, reputed journalist and transfer expert Fabrizio Romano has issued an update on the contract situation of Tottenham Hotspur superstar Son Heung-min. Son has been with Tottenham Hotspur since 2015 when he signed from German outfit Bayer Leverkusen. Over the past six years, the South Korean international has grown into an integral player of the Spurs’ side and one of the best attackers in the Premier League.
Tottenham are making good progress in their talks with Heung-min Son over a contract extension for the forward, according to Fabrizio Romano. What's Romano said about Son? Clarifying Son's current situation, Romano explained that the 28-year-old has been negotiating with the club since the start of the year, and things are moving in the right direction for a deal to be agreed between the two parties.
The son of legendary Leeds ice cream man 'Kooler Bar' has paid an emotional tribute following his death this week. John served ice creams to the people of Leeds for more than 40 years and was part of the childhoods of many residents from the 1970s until his retirement.