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The Mews, Potter Street, Melbourne. Beautifully presented Mews property in a very desirable part of town. Lovely dining/kitchen with all white goods included having access to a very charming terraced garden. Pleasant lounge with feature fireplace. Upstairs are 2 very good sized bedrooms both with fitted wardrobes and a light and airy landing to act as a study area. The bathroom is fabulous and has a huge walk-in shower, bidet etc. GCH, freshly decorated throughout. Quality!! £650 PCM

32 Huntingdon Court, Melbourne. 2 bedroom semi in quiet location close to local schools.pleasant kitchen/diner with patio doors to large rear garden. Lounge with gas fire and open stairs to 2 bedrooms-master with fitted wardrobes. Very smart family bathroom. GCH and driveway parking for 2 cars. Sorry no children or pets. £550 PCM

4 Hardacre Close, Melbourne. 2 bedroom semi in a quiet location with garage.The kitchen is a good size and has room for a small table. The lounge has patio doors to a fully enclosed private garden with shed. Upstairs are 2 bedrooms-master with fully fitted wardrobes and a family bathroom. GCH and double glazing. £525 PCM

52 Potter Street, Melbourne. Charming 3 storey cottage with 2 bedrooms and lovely family bathroom. Cosy lounge with open fire and pleasant rear dining/kitchen.Lovely long rear garden with shed.Very steep twisty stairs which add to the charm!! £450 PCM

4 Potter’s Yard, Melbourne. Smart 1 bedroom top floor flat with secure off road parking. Full of character this flat has a charming living room, recently fitted modern kitchen with all white goods and a good size double bedroom. Lovely bathroom. £450 PCM

Flat 3, Hawthorn Villas, Victoria Street, Melbourne. Details on request

31a Market Place, Melbourne. Very spacious 2 bed flat in central location. Large dining kitchen with some white goods. Open fire in lounge. Shower over the bath. Some redecorating and some new carpets. £400PCM

Flat 4 Ellis House, Derby Road, Melbourne. 1 bedroom top floor flat in central location. £390 PCM

COMING SOON 3 BED FARMHOUSE IN BARROW ON TRENT-MORE DETAILS TO FOLLOW OFFICE AVAILABLE IN KINGS NEWTON WITH AMENITIES-£50 / WEEK!

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William on his bike to Paris in dad’s memory FORMER Melbourne resident William Anderson, in conversation with his father Robert in May 2010, spoke about his intention to take part in the Royal British Legion's annual London to Paris bike ride on the Claud Butler bike favoured by his father. It was the last time William spoke to his father, for two days later he died having suffered from Bipolar disorder for many years. William didn't participate in the 2010 ride but he has now decided to take part in the RBL Pedal to Paris long-distance cycling event for the Poppy Appeal, in memory of his father, a former member of Melbourne branch of the RBL. Now in its 16th year, The Royal British Legion's Pedal to Paris is an unforgettable four-day 460 kilometre adventure with an entry limit of 300 riders and is perhaps the finest long-distance cycling event in the UK charity calendar. Leaving Greenwich Park on September 1 accompanied by a police escort out of the city making for Dover and the ferry to Calais, William and the whole entourage will pass through Abbeville, Auchy la Montagne, Beauvais and arrive in Paris on September 4. William will be riding with three friends from London who work for Britvic. The company has sponsored their Lycra kit and will provide a support vehicle for them. This is a very prestigious event and the riders are normally very well-received as they pass through towns and villages in France. The streets of Paris are closed to make way for the participants, one of a select few bike rides, other than the Tour de France, offered this special privilege, as they make their way up the Champs Elysée to the Arc de Triomphe finish. Since first taking up cycling some six years ago, William has spent thousands of miles in the saddle so he is not phased by the distance of the ride. He is also a follower of the Tour de France and last year he got on his bike and, with many others, showed his support by participating in riding parts of the route and not as a static spectator. William has already paid his entry fee of £800 and is hopeful that

he can encourage people to sponsor him through the Just Giving website, www justgiving.com/will-anderson and ensure a significant donation can be made to the Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal 2011. Since embarking on his plan to participate in the Pedal to Paris event, William is convinced that he should undertake further challenges on behalf of the Steven Fry Bipolar Charity. William is pictured all ready to go but still some weeks to wait before the big event.

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Melbourne Village Voice August 2011  

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