Retford gained its first charter in 1246, when Henry III granted the right for a fair, this was later extended to holding a Saturday Market by Edward I in 1275.It was reformed by the Municipal Corporations Act 1835, and then remained a municipal borough until 1974 when it was merged into Bassetlaw district.These are the winds that from that time to date strike the mountain and the entire island.The voices of his sons can be still heard, for they were transformed by the gods into winds themselves, and the pillars over their tombs in Tinos were said to wave whenever the wind blew from the north.As some of our vouchers get snapped up very quickly, we advise getting signed up ready beforehand to prevent any delay if you're waiting for new vouchers to be released on a particular date. Petros Koublis is a New York and Athens based photographer.Wikipedia is a registered trademark of the Wikimedia Foundation, Inc., a non-profit organization.The town is in the valley of the River Idle and the Chesterfield Canal passes through the centre.
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“We don’t want people to rush home straight after work – we want them to enjoy the city centre with their colleagues and friends.“There are so many exciting things in store for Sheffield – the opening of the new Primark store on The Moor this month, the new Light Cinema next year and all the developments in the Sheffield Retail Quarter.
These are all great building blocks for the future.”Lucy King, store manager at Marks and Spencer on Fargate, said: “This is an exciting first step to encourage people back into the city centre in the early evenings to enjoy everything it has to offer – great shops, bars, restaurants and leisure activities.“It’s really important that the city’s retailers work together for the good of the city and its continuing regeneration so I hope more and more get behind the campaign.”Karl Hallam, owner and optometrist at Cross Eyes opticians on Devonshire Street, added: “Many of our customers are students or work 9am to 5pm office hours, so for them this presents a great opportunity to come and pick their spectacles after work instead of having to come into the city on the weekend.”And Nicole Jewitt, of Alt Seen Eye on Charles Street, said: “We’re looking forward to being Alive After 5 on Thursdays from the end of October.”Bid member Adrian Bagnoli, co-owner of Cubana Tapas Bar in Leopold Square, said: “Alive After5 gives us the chance to create an early evening ambience and bring an additional buzz into the city centre which people will want to be part of.
“We’ve got such a highly regarded independent offering across the food and drink sector in Sheffield, and together with the addition of several quality well-known brands in recent months, we can cumulatively make Sheffield a top destination in future years.”Follow the hashtag #sheffafter5 on twitter for the latest on the campaign.
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