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Congratulations to the winner of the Mickle Hill Residents Short Story Competition Miss S, with her separate short tales of two nurses who trained at different times in the city of Sheffield but at the same hospital. Here is a picture of Miss S enjoying her first-place prize of afternoon tea in our fabulous
Congratulations to the winner of the Mickle Hill Residents Poetry Competition Robert Emmerson, with his special tribute to our NHS heroes. Here is a picture of Robert enjoying his first-place prize of afternoon tea in our fabulous Cafe Bistro! As requested here is a verse Of a poor tired NHS nurse They tend to
“We have just completed on the purchase of an apartment at Mickle Hill where my mother-in-law has become the latest resident to move in. She is 85 years old and very independent and looking forward to establishing her new life in the village. We first made contact with the Yvette Jones [Mickle Hill sales advisor]
Hugh moved to Mickle Hill from the Lake District in August 2020. Commenting on his move, Hugh says: “I first came to visit Mickle Hill in February 2020, before lockdown started, and I stayed overnight in the guest suite. It was good to see what village life was like before the pandemic. Fortunately, I was
David Robinson, 71, is moving to Mickle Hill from Pickering itself. Keen to stay in the area, he is looking forward to enjoying a busier social life as part of a community. He says: “I’ve always been a Yorkshire lad, although I moved around the world when I was enrolled in the forces. My wife