TK Maxx leaving Hereford city centre

TK MAXX is the latest retailer sold on Hereford’s old livestock market development, site developers Stanhope confirmed today (Wed).

Kate Bourne, for Stanhope, exclusively revealed to the Hereford Times that TX Maxx had had been looking to re-locate and would have “left town” if the opportunity to relocate had not been available – citing the restrictive nature of their current Maylords store as  the main reason.

Next – located alongside TK Maxx in Maylords - takes up temporary residence in the Salmon Retail Park on Holmer Road while OLM construction is completed, expected to be in the summer of 2014 at the earliest.

Stanhope has again assured local businesses that attracting new retailers to the site was central to their plans, and that council restrictions ensured a number of High Town businesses would be unable to make the move.

Reaction  among those city centre businesses remains mixed; some concerned over the disappearance of high street staples, others keen to expand on the larger sites offered by the new project.

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2:23pm Wed 13 Feb 13

bobby47 says...

This is crazy! They're literally making this up as their going along.
They are destroying our City centre and there is nothing that we can do to stop this madness.
Is it me? Is it us? Perhaps we are a bunch of moaners and groaners who see this entire project through the wrong bloody lens!
This is economic madness and there is no sense, reason, common purpose or any plan whatsoever that is going to bring life into High Town.
This is crazy! They're literally making this up as their going along. They are destroying our City centre and there is nothing that we can do to stop this madness. Is it me? Is it us? Perhaps we are a bunch of moaners and groaners who see this entire project through the wrong bloody lens! This is economic madness and there is no sense, reason, common purpose or any plan whatsoever that is going to bring life into High Town. bobby47

2:51pm Wed 13 Feb 13

Princer says...

Leaving the city centre!!! No moving to bigger and better premises across the road, Hereford seriously needs to move on with the times, Next moving to Holmer is excellent, I will be able to park outside and pop in without the hassle of looking for parking in the cramped town centre.
Leaving the city centre!!! No moving to bigger and better premises across the road, Hereford seriously needs to move on with the times, Next moving to Holmer is excellent, I will be able to park outside and pop in without the hassle of looking for parking in the cramped town centre. Princer

3:11pm Wed 13 Feb 13

Major disaster says...

I agree with Princer. Not leaving the City but moving to a better retail environment. Hereford is slowly dying and has been for the 20+ years. This new development might breath a bit of life into the city. As for all the moaners if you don't like it move, or wake up and smell the coffee. All we can hope for is that the space vacated by TK Maxx is snapped up by a useful retailer and does not become another charity shop or a European food superstore etc etc etc.......
I agree with Princer. Not leaving the City but moving to a better retail environment. Hereford is slowly dying and has been for the 20+ years. This new development might breath a bit of life into the city. As for all the moaners if you don't like it move, or wake up and smell the coffee. All we can hope for is that the space vacated by TK Maxx is snapped up by a useful retailer and does not become another charity shop or a European food superstore etc etc etc....... Major disaster

4:05pm Wed 13 Feb 13

billy wizz says...

so let me get this right , we give them on a 250 year lease a prime site ,hsg or hf whatever they are called today said we shall not allow poaching of shops from high town !! so just kill it off why dont you , we shall rue the day we let out of town developers come in and dictate the terms . this folly has dragged on now for over ten years with the folk from esg /hf picking up fat wage packets then changing the goal posts may be a moaner but when the city centre is completely dead maybe others will see that the real heart of this city haseen ripped apart .
so let me get this right , we give them on a 250 year lease a prime site ,hsg or hf whatever they are called today said we shall not allow poaching of shops from high town !! so just kill it off why dont you , we shall rue the day we let out of town developers come in and dictate the terms . this folly has dragged on now for over ten years with the folk from esg /hf picking up fat wage packets then changing the goal posts may be a moaner but when the city centre is completely dead maybe others will see that the real heart of this city haseen ripped apart . billy wizz

4:38pm Wed 13 Feb 13

William Rudd says...

Next will be there until their new store is built.
Best thing to ever happen to this dead n tired City.
Oh and Billy.Council get near 2.5 million per year in revenue from the development.
Next will be there until their new store is built. Best thing to ever happen to this dead n tired City. Oh and Billy.Council get near 2.5 million per year in revenue from the development. William Rudd

4:49pm Wed 13 Feb 13

TwoWheelsGood says...

... but they gave away a a site valued at £30m for £1m and had to build a new cattle market which cost £7m and had to hand over a ransom of £0.5m and have had to fund Hfd Futiles for tens years etc etc etc ...
... but they gave away a a site valued at £30m for £1m and had to build a new cattle market which cost £7m and had to hand over a ransom of £0.5m and have had to fund Hfd Futiles for tens years etc etc etc ... TwoWheelsGood

5:27pm Wed 13 Feb 13

billy wizz says...

spot on two wheels good , and william or is andrew !!! what about the lossed revenue when the city is full of empty shops !! and as two wheels said £30 millon given away all they are doing is moving the centre would have made a lot more sense to have invested in the centre your thoughts please mr bowley
spot on two wheels good , and william or is andrew !!! what about the lossed revenue when the city is full of empty shops !! and as two wheels said £30 millon given away all they are doing is moving the centre would have made a lot more sense to have invested in the centre your thoughts please mr bowley billy wizz

5:33pm Wed 13 Feb 13

Gillian1961 says...

well if T.K is moving i think wilkinsons would be better there then were next is more room just need a matalan then i will be happy to shop in Hereford saves going to malvern
well if T.K is moving i think wilkinsons would be better there then were next is more room just need a matalan then i will be happy to shop in Hereford saves going to malvern Gillian1961

7:19pm Wed 13 Feb 13

bobby47 says...

Truthfully Im finding it extremely difficult to follow the logic behind this economic strategy.
I ain't saying Im right. Perhaps I and others are wrong and Princer, William and Mayor D are right in thinking its a good thing.
I cannot for the life of me understand where the Council and Stanhope are going with this thought process.
As things stand at the moment, High Town business rates are crippling trade, few people come to High Town, the parking charges are increasing, there are few quick and easy routes
into the City, we've got potholes you could hide a fridge in and we've only a few bloody toilets.
Surely I ain't wrong. This logic is a recipe for disaster (excuse the pun Major D). The logical conclusion to this present logic is the shops that can survive in High Town will do the same as TK Max and move to the new place a few hundred yards away and leave an empty place and add to the rot that has already taken a firm hold within High Town.
Honestly and I ain't being argumentative, I cannot see the logic in the route we are set upon and economically it makes no sense other than the builders have got something to build.
And once it's built. Then what happens? We've no established infra structure, shopping habits have changed and once the grants and financial incentives end, these businesses, if they come or can survive, will clear off and we lose.
We lose. There's no other outcome to this path that we are set upon. We lose
And our kids pick up the bill for our reckless decisions.
Honestly, I cannot understand the logic behind these plans and schemes that are economically flawed.
Truthfully Im finding it extremely difficult to follow the logic behind this economic strategy. I ain't saying Im right. Perhaps I and others are wrong and Princer, William and Mayor D are right in thinking its a good thing. I cannot for the life of me understand where the Council and Stanhope are going with this thought process. As things stand at the moment, High Town business rates are crippling trade, few people come to High Town, the parking charges are increasing, there are few quick and easy routes into the City, we've got potholes you could hide a fridge in and we've only a few bloody toilets. Surely I ain't wrong. This logic is a recipe for disaster (excuse the pun Major D). The logical conclusion to this present logic is the shops that can survive in High Town will do the same as TK Max and move to the new place a few hundred yards away and leave an empty place and add to the rot that has already taken a firm hold within High Town. Honestly and I ain't being argumentative, I cannot see the logic in the route we are set upon and economically it makes no sense other than the builders have got something to build. And once it's built. Then what happens? We've no established infra structure, shopping habits have changed and once the grants and financial incentives end, these businesses, if they come or can survive, will clear off and we lose. We lose. There's no other outcome to this path that we are set upon. We lose And our kids pick up the bill for our reckless decisions. Honestly, I cannot understand the logic behind these plans and schemes that are economically flawed. bobby47

8:56pm Wed 13 Feb 13

Themightyboosh says...

i really cannot see tk max moving from the old dunhelms shop when the time comes.

free parking/easy access
their takings will go through the roof.
or move to a nice brand new shop
with expensive parking/terrible access/lower footfall/ and lower takings.

Hmmmmm...what would you do?
i really cannot see tk max moving from the old dunhelms shop when the time comes. free parking/easy access their takings will go through the roof. or move to a nice brand new shop with expensive parking/terrible access/lower footfall/ and lower takings. Hmmmmm...what would you do? Themightyboosh

10:38pm Wed 13 Feb 13

Biomech says...

Right, firstly, what is this "breaking news" bullsh!t? TK Maxx has been listed as one of the shops for the OLM since last year

http://www.herefordf
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Secondly, I don't know how many times I'm going to have to repeat myself - no one is *against* the OLM, we are against the way it's being done.

All of these shops are moving to the OLM when they said they wouldn't. Fine. But let's switch on our brains for 2 seconds at least.

We are getting very few NEW shops. What is happening is that current shops are moving. And that's all well and fine. But when TK Maxx has moved out and the Odeon cinema is empty - all you have left is a derelict, empty high town.

It is now increasingly clear that what the OLM project is is a way for the HC to scrap Hereford completely and start again with a clean slate somewhere else - albeit close to the centre.
Right, firstly, what is this "breaking news" bullsh!t? TK Maxx has been listed as one of the shops for the OLM since last year http://www.herefordf utures.co.uk/herefor d-futures-projects/w hat-will-be-built.as px Secondly, I don't know how many times I'm going to have to repeat myself - no one is *against* the OLM, we are against the way it's being done. All of these shops are moving to the OLM when they said they wouldn't. Fine. But let's switch on our brains for 2 seconds at least. We are getting very few NEW shops. What is happening is that current shops are moving. And that's all well and fine. But when TK Maxx has moved out and the Odeon cinema is empty - all you have left is a derelict, empty high town. It is now increasingly clear that what the OLM project is is a way for the HC to scrap Hereford completely and start again with a clean slate somewhere else - albeit close to the centre. Biomech

6:49am Thu 14 Feb 13

Grid Knocker says...

I see Stanhope hasn't wasted any time using some of that £500K it collected at the notorious 'Haloween Heist' ("gis the money or The Grid gets it!").
I see Stanhope hasn't wasted any time using some of that £500K it collected at the notorious 'Haloween Heist' ("gis the money or The Grid gets it!"). Grid Knocker

10:21am Thu 14 Feb 13

littlewhitebull says...

I was under the impression, having read reports and other posters comments, that established businesses in the city would not be allowed to move to the old cattle market site. Did I imagine this?
I was under the impression, having read reports and other posters comments, that established businesses in the city would not be allowed to move to the old cattle market site. Did I imagine this? littlewhitebull

10:54am Thu 14 Feb 13

DWH196 says...

Is it true that the 2014 maps of Hereford will no longer show "High Town" as there will be nothing there??
Is it true that the 2014 maps of Hereford will no longer show "High Town" as there will be nothing there?? DWH196

4:00pm Thu 14 Feb 13

William Rudd says...

The odeon will not be empty for long.
I heard that fusions owner Billy wants to knock through.
The odeon will not be empty for long. I heard that fusions owner Billy wants to knock through. William Rudd

9:18am Fri 15 Feb 13

Princer says...

Odeon cinema, I went there last summer and nearly died in the process it must of been mid 30s in there and 100% humidity, the sooner it goes the better especially when it's cheaper at Worcester with air conditioning.
Odeon cinema, I went there last summer and nearly died in the process it must of been mid 30s in there and 100% humidity, the sooner it goes the better especially when it's cheaper at Worcester with air conditioning. Princer

10:04am Fri 15 Feb 13

bobby47 says...

Princer is right. I go in there to lose weight. It's a terrible place. And has anyone else ever noticed the sign in there that says 'Screen 1'.
Princer is right. I go in there to lose weight. It's a terrible place. And has anyone else ever noticed the sign in there that says 'Screen 1'. bobby47

1:02pm Fri 15 Feb 13

littlewhitebull says...

Bobby, I don't understand your comment, sire. I always scream once when I come back out into the light - it's when I realise how ugly the woman sitting next to me is. Please don't tell the wife - because it's her!
Bobby, I don't understand your comment, sire. I always scream once when I come back out into the light - it's when I realise how ugly the woman sitting next to me is. Please don't tell the wife - because it's her! littlewhitebull

2:14pm Fri 15 Feb 13

Biomech says...

Hey, just think, if they do knock through from Fusion, then when we go there we'll have even more room! ... you know, what with there only being about 30 people in their on a Saturday night at the moment.

The last time I went to the Odeon in Hereford was when I did work experience some 20 years ago.
Hey, just think, if they do knock through from Fusion, then when we go there we'll have even more room! ... you know, what with there only being about 30 people in their on a Saturday night at the moment. The last time I went to the Odeon in Hereford was when I did work experience some 20 years ago. Biomech

3:06pm Fri 15 Feb 13

bobby47 says...

On another thread of news, the Mightyboosh suggested a kick in the testicles to each and everyone of us might be our salvation and even our liberation from our constant moaning and groaning about this, that and the other.
I mean, look at us! View our increasingly erratic writing styles! Weve descended into a place where we are now considering knocking a hole through from our One Screen Cinema into a bloody nightclub, where, presumably well be met by a gathering of Morris Dancers wassailing to Adam Ants rock anthem Prince bloody Charming.
That its come to this. A kick in the testicles to stop us moaning and groaning.
I for one am open to any suggestions. Perhaps stalls in High Town offering this service to disgruntled male Posters who are tired of moaning about this bloody Council may be the final solution to our woes.
You'd quietly excuse yourself from your daily labours, wander into High Town and view what's on other to stop one moaning.
For my part, I'd consider the price for this kicking, the statue and physique of the kicker and more importantly the type of boot and how many lace holes this footwear had behind its momentum.
Then, after the kicking, you'd wander back to your workplace purged of the need or desire to Post another message cursing this Council and their chaotic decision making that is bringing about our certain ruin.
Thinking about it more, this idea of a kick in the love spuds may just be our way forward and would most certainly provide new jobs, new business and an entirely different answer to our economic problems.
Yes! Perhaps this is the way forward. I mean, you rarely see a man who's been kicked in the testicles rushing to his laptop intent on hurling bile and fiery rhetoric at the Council. More like a deafening silence and a thoughtful tear rolling down your fat face.
On another thread of news, the Mightyboosh suggested a kick in the testicles to each and everyone of us might be our salvation and even our liberation from our constant moaning and groaning about this, that and the other. I mean, look at us! View our increasingly erratic writing styles! Weve descended into a place where we are now considering knocking a hole through from our One Screen Cinema into a bloody nightclub, where, presumably well be met by a gathering of Morris Dancers wassailing to Adam Ants rock anthem Prince bloody Charming. That its come to this. A kick in the testicles to stop us moaning and groaning. I for one am open to any suggestions. Perhaps stalls in High Town offering this service to disgruntled male Posters who are tired of moaning about this bloody Council may be the final solution to our woes. You'd quietly excuse yourself from your daily labours, wander into High Town and view what's on other to stop one moaning. For my part, I'd consider the price for this kicking, the statue and physique of the kicker and more importantly the type of boot and how many lace holes this footwear had behind its momentum. Then, after the kicking, you'd wander back to your workplace purged of the need or desire to Post another message cursing this Council and their chaotic decision making that is bringing about our certain ruin. Thinking about it more, this idea of a kick in the love spuds may just be our way forward and would most certainly provide new jobs, new business and an entirely different answer to our economic problems. Yes! Perhaps this is the way forward. I mean, you rarely see a man who's been kicked in the testicles rushing to his laptop intent on hurling bile and fiery rhetoric at the Council. More like a deafening silence and a thoughtful tear rolling down your fat face. bobby47

3:18pm Fri 15 Feb 13

Biomech says...

If you men want to kick yourselves in the nuts - by all means go ahead :P

But consider this - if society wasn't full of so many stupid people, we wouldn't have anything to complain about.
If you men want to kick yourselves in the nuts - by all means go ahead :P But consider this - if society wasn't full of so many stupid people, we wouldn't have anything to complain about. Biomech

7:36am Sun 17 Feb 13

Ubique5740 says...

Woke up this morning (that always cheers me up ) to find that the "Retail Migration Team " had sent me an email .
Thinking the worse , wondering if the Coffee Cart was being dragged across to the Market site I opened the email -
Thank goodness it was from BT telling me that they are updating my local exchange soon.
The Retail Migration Team would appear be the correct name for the Town Centre Management .
Woke up this morning (that always cheers me up ) to find that the "Retail Migration Team " had sent me an email . Thinking the worse , wondering if the Coffee Cart was being dragged across to the Market site I opened the email - Thank goodness it was from BT telling me that they are updating my local exchange soon. The Retail Migration Team would appear be the correct name for the Town Centre Management . Ubique5740

11:56am Sun 17 Feb 13

billy wizz says...

well once again william rudd gets it totally wrong billy does not even own fusion nightclub so the owners would not be too happy with him knocking through!!
you really need to do your research william !!! the whole building is still owned by des macquire and leased to mr bannerman please william try and keep up
well once again william rudd gets it totally wrong billy does not even own fusion nightclub so the owners would not be too happy with him knocking through!! you really need to do your research william !!! the whole building is still owned by des macquire and leased to mr bannerman please william try and keep up billy wizz

1:00pm Sun 17 Feb 13

gedina says...

The old cattle market site is simply too far out for many people who come in on the bus or train and visit the banks in High Town,
The town centre needs re doing before the cattle market is built.
And, what will happen if ever Tesco do leave their town centre site- which is highly probable in the future as they will never close their Belmont store.
Tesco have been muttering about this for some time now.
The old cattle market site is simply too far out for many people who come in on the bus or train and visit the banks in High Town, The town centre needs re doing before the cattle market is built. And, what will happen if ever Tesco do leave their town centre site- which is highly probable in the future as they will never close their Belmont store. Tesco have been muttering about this for some time now. gedina

2:25pm Sun 17 Feb 13

William Rudd says...

I said Fusions owner not who owns the building you muppet
I said Fusions owner not who owns the building you muppet William Rudd

2:54pm Sun 17 Feb 13

Biomech says...

Gedina, that is very possible with the opening of Waitrose on the new OLM site. With that, we'll have 8 supermarkets in close proximity - it will be interesting to see what happens.
Gedina, that is very possible with the opening of Waitrose on the new OLM site. With that, we'll have 8 supermarkets in close proximity - it will be interesting to see what happens. Biomech

7:46pm Mon 18 Feb 13

billy wizz says...

in reply to the utter muppet that is william rudd , you do not have a clue but i do knowing all the parties , des maquire owns the building , the fusion nightclub is leased to paul bannerman so before you spout more rubbish from your overactive mouth find out the facts first !! billy owns PLAY nightclub he did want that building but was unable to secure a lease and MUPPET i have know billy since we were kids i also know paul bannerman very well so for all those that read these comments they will now make up thier own mind who the muppet is william.
in reply to the utter muppet that is william rudd , you do not have a clue but i do knowing all the parties , des maquire owns the building , the fusion nightclub is leased to paul bannerman so before you spout more rubbish from your overactive mouth find out the facts first !! billy owns PLAY nightclub he did want that building but was unable to secure a lease and MUPPET i have know billy since we were kids i also know paul bannerman very well so for all those that read these comments they will now make up thier own mind who the muppet is william. billy wizz

9:10am Tue 19 Feb 13

ArmadilloSackRace says...

Princer wrote:
Odeon cinema, I went there last summer and nearly died in the process it must of been mid 30s in there and 100% humidity, the sooner it goes the better especially when it's cheaper at Worcester with air conditioning.
Enough of this myth that you save money going to Worcester for the cinema.

Hereford's single screen Odeon currently costs £8.80 for a standard ticket. Vue in Worcester charges £9, so definitely no saving there, and Worcester's multi-screen Odeon is only 30p less than you would pay to go to the cinema in Hereford (and that is only because they do a better trade due to having 7 screens). Why are people so sure that the price won't be the same when our 6 screen cinema is built? And why do people forget the cost of travelling to Worcester when claiming that they're saving money? I don't believe that it's possible to travel to Worcester for 29p or less...
[quote][p][bold]Princer[/bold] wrote: Odeon cinema, I went there last summer and nearly died in the process it must of been mid 30s in there and 100% humidity, the sooner it goes the better especially when it's cheaper at Worcester with air conditioning.[/p][/quote]Enough of this myth that you save money going to Worcester for the cinema. Hereford's single screen Odeon currently costs £8.80 for a standard ticket. Vue in Worcester charges £9, so definitely no saving there, and Worcester's multi-screen Odeon is only 30p less than you would pay to go to the cinema in Hereford (and that is only because they do a better trade due to having 7 screens). Why are people so sure that the price won't be the same when our 6 screen cinema is built? And why do people forget the cost of travelling to Worcester when claiming that they're saving money? I don't believe that it's possible to travel to Worcester for 29p or less... ArmadilloSackRace

9:20am Tue 19 Feb 13

Redbird says...

I know it's a bit late to respond but I have been away. If the Odeon is so bad and so expensive why not go to the Courtyard. They have a good selection of films, the tickets cost £6.80, concessions £5.80 and under 16s £4.80

There is a good atmosphere, you can have a drink, or eat a meal.

Give it a go - the Courtyard is a fantastic place that needs to be used, it's also subject to funding cuts so more people need to support it.
I know it's a bit late to respond but I have been away. If the Odeon is so bad and so expensive why not go to the Courtyard. They have a good selection of films, the tickets cost £6.80, concessions £5.80 and under 16s £4.80 There is a good atmosphere, you can have a drink, or eat a meal. Give it a go - the Courtyard is a fantastic place that needs to be used, it's also subject to funding cuts so more people need to support it. Redbird

10:39am Tue 19 Feb 13

Biomech says...

I don't know about anyone else, but I don't go to Worcester cinemas for the cost, I go there for the better facilities and the "day out" aspect. In fact, we used to enjoy a Burger King while we were there as there has never been one near Hereford.

If the new Odeon on the OLM turns out nice, I'm sure I'd be happy to go there.
I don't know about anyone else, but I don't go to Worcester cinemas for the cost, I go there for the better facilities and the "day out" aspect. In fact, we used to enjoy a Burger King while we were there as there has never been one near Hereford. If the new Odeon on the OLM turns out nice, I'm sure I'd be happy to go there. Biomech

11:13am Tue 19 Feb 13

trucking says...

The court yard is to small and has one screen so mite not show the film you want, iv been there and it is ok but only ok not great, we need the new cinema, hereford is years behind and needs to catch up.
The court yard is to small and has one screen so mite not show the film you want, iv been there and it is ok but only ok not great, we need the new cinema, hereford is years behind and needs to catch up. trucking

1:13pm Wed 20 Feb 13

ArmadilloSackRace says...

Biomech wrote:
I don't know about anyone else, but I don't go to Worcester cinemas for the cost, I go there for the better facilities and the "day out" aspect. In fact, we used to enjoy a Burger King while we were there as there has never been one near Hereford.

If the new Odeon on the OLM turns out nice, I'm sure I'd be happy to go there.
There's no reason for them to not make it "nice", and I'm sure there will be better places than Burger King very close by too.
[quote][p][bold]Biomech[/bold] wrote: I don't know about anyone else, but I don't go to Worcester cinemas for the cost, I go there for the better facilities and the "day out" aspect. In fact, we used to enjoy a Burger King while we were there as there has never been one near Hereford. If the new Odeon on the OLM turns out nice, I'm sure I'd be happy to go there.[/p][/quote]There's no reason for them to not make it "nice", and I'm sure there will be better places than Burger King very close by too. ArmadilloSackRace

1:53pm Wed 20 Feb 13

Biomech says...

I do look forward to seeing it when it's all done. :)
I do look forward to seeing it when it's all done. :) Biomech

12:01pm Thu 21 Feb 13

Grid Knocker says...

I'm getting terribly confused here. On the one hand, the HT (which I trust as 'a journal of record') tells me that TK NAFF is moving out of the city centre; yet Cllr Roger Phillips (in a Press Release on the council's website) is bragging about how the retailer has 'renewed its faith' in Hereford by remaining in the city. Who's right? And who's telling porkies?
I'm getting terribly confused here. On the one hand, the HT (which I trust as 'a journal of record') tells me that TK NAFF is moving out of the city centre; yet Cllr Roger Phillips (in a Press Release on the council's website) is bragging about how the retailer has 'renewed its faith' in Hereford by remaining in the city. Who's right? And who's telling porkies? Grid Knocker

12:16pm Thu 21 Feb 13

Biomech says...

The move has been listed on Hereford Futures since last year. The whole HT "breaking news" was just either an attention grabber or a lack of research.

http://www.herefordf
utures.co.uk/herefor
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The move has been listed on Hereford Futures since last year. The whole HT "breaking news" was just either an attention grabber or a lack of research. http://www.herefordf utures.co.uk/herefor d-futures-projects/w hat-will-be-built.as px Biomech

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