shippon


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shippon

a stable used for the housing of farm animals.
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Sale of angling books, magazines and periodicals by Mullock Madeley, chartered auctioneers and surveyors of The Old Shippon, Wall-under-Heywood, Church Stretton, Shropshire.
Margaret Shippon, who has lived at Northbourne Residential Home in Gateshead since 1990, was showered with gifts to mark her centenary last Friday, when the mayor Coun Patricia Ronan also called in.
The cosy three-bedroom farm cottage began life as a shippon, or small barn, in the 19th century.
THIS beautiful stone 1900s double fronted property together with former farmhouse, has been converted and renovated, and is currently being used as a first floor two bedroom self contained flat with workshop and cattery beneath, which extends into the adjoining shippon with further stable and tack room.
THE Original Panama Jazzband plays this Wednesday, July 3, at The Irby Club, Thingwall Rd, opposite The Shippon public house.
The campaign was officially launched last week with a series of workshops at The Shippon Restaurant, The Plassey, Wrexham.
The auction is being conducted by the well-known angling specialist, Mullock Madeley of The Old Shippon, Wall-under-Heywood, Church Stretton, Shropshire (01694 771771).
What he was to say was that on his return he went into the shippon [cattle shed].
Included in the sale of this property is a stone built, 'L' shaped former detached Shippon which has previously had planning permission to convert into a four bed detached dwelling.
STUNNING: The Shippon, Tarbock Hall, Ox Lane, Prescot, is on the market with Sutton Kersh
The former shippon is of stone and slate construction with loft space above.
John Stephenson, a specialist angling expert with Mullock Madeley, from The Old Shippon, Wall-Under-Heywood, added: 'There can hardly be an angler alive today who has not heard of, or indeed fished with, Sawyer's Nymphs at some point.