Photo-a-Day (Monday, 25th March, 2019)
A video here of the demolition, you can still smell the bread.
I miss the lovely smell of baking dough that used to waft over the fields.Having said that I'm glad the building taking place is on a brown field site.
It wouldn't matter if it were on Greenberg as they will still built on it. How many times do you see on the news trying to stop development on greenbe!t land, and after the protests cease what halpens? they build on it.
I was told by the estate agent that all the new streets are going to be name after types of bread
Hovis, Wheatgerm, Farmhouse and Wholemeal are just some of the ones she mentioned
Mick how can you smell the bread
When there isn’t a bakery anymore
Demolition men where?
I loved the aroma of freshly baked bread when I went passed the place going to work at NCB Kirkless central workshops, a wet behind the ears teen.
Well, I for one would think long & hard about living in Wholemeal Close ?
Some people (housebuilders ) have no imagination at all....wonder they havent come up with Bake Off Square !
How about ‘Jam Butty Terrace’? Or ‘Slap Alley’?
Dough Way Drive
French Stick Point
Crusty Cob Rise
Or ‘Sugar Butty Street’? Or ‘Conny Ony Close’? Or ‘ Self Raising Road’? Or....
Crumpet Close. Interesting.
Perhaps Nimble Nook for those who are fleet of foot, and Doorstop Dingle for those less so.
We should apply for a slice of the dough in naming these roads......
Oven Bottom Passage / Pass......
I had best stop now before the Bobby comes!
I once had an attack of that ‘Oven Bottom Passage’ Veronica.
I put it down to Greenhall’s Bitter.
Re : Complaints, Rising Dough Queries please contact :-
Ms Mary Baker- Harvey
Course Grain Grove