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Report - Atterton & Ellis. Haverhill Suffolk.

Discussion in 'Other Sites' started by cupids inspiration, Sep 16, 2012.

  1. cupids inspiration

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    September 2012 Atterton & Ellis have been in Haverhill for decades their website gives the history of how they started,basically they are an engineering firm making bespoke grinders for lawn mowers and exporting them around the world. Now they have relocated to new premises and it is probable that this place will be developed into housing.They are a strange group of buildings, some formally workshops and some stores(still in use) with offices above and a type of shop front building. whislt doing research a former employee told me of a well thats in one of the buildings it simply got boarded over!


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    #1 cupids inspiration, Sep 16, 2012
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