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Facebook and twitter pages have been set up where people can reminisce about their schooldays and share pictures. The estate agent marketing the Bootham Green development, David Beavers, of Hudson Moody, was among those who attended Shipton Street between 19.
The school lay empty following its 2002 closure until Rushbond Group and Advent Developments began construction in February.
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Work is under way on building 38 new homes on the Shipton Street School site, next to York City FC’s Bootham Crescent ground.Hopefully, this reunion will encourage other former pupils to share their Shipton Street memories and pictures.” Molly Whattum, the school’s caretaker for 11 years who lives nearby, said: “It’s a stunning building at the heart of Bootham and local children had been taught there since 1890, so it’s no surprise people hold such fond memories and it’s great to see it now being brought back to life.” Bootham Green project spokesman Tim Reeve said the developers had been inundated with messages from former pupils, staff and others with links to the school, sparking the idea for the reunion. Memories and pictures can be shared at facebook.com/Bootham Green and on twitter at @Bootham Green.THE parents of tragic York cyclist Ruby Milnes say they still hope for justice, despite the trial over her death being thrown out of court.NZDating's been in the dating and romance business since 1998.We go to extra lengths to ensure that our service stays clean and safe and take all reports of misuse very seriously.North Yorkshire Fire & Rescue Service said two men suffered serious injuries, with a 60-year-old man from York who was driving the Mondeo being taken to Leeds General Infirmary and a 62-year-old man, also from York, being airlifted to James Cook Hospital in Middlesbrough.North Yorkshire Police said they were both in a stable condition today.Since 1997, cuttings have been archived electronically.It may be possible also to view these electronic archives by appointment, and under supervision.A third man, who is 82 and also from York, was treated at York Hospital but later released, with the driver of the Ford Transit escaping unhurt.The road remained close until late last night, with barriers preventing vehicles turning onto the route at Hopgrove roundabout.The HSE had brought two charges of safety breaches.But the case collapsed at York Crown Court yesterday, although the HSE indicated it may appeal later.TWO men were taken to hospital with serious injuries after being cut out of their car following a serious crash on the A64 near York last night, with police now seeking "a vital witness".