Bike found on Selborne Rd

Gents BLACK MOUNTAIN BIKE, left on Selborne Road for a couple of days.
On Friday 7th Feb 2020 it was brought to the attention of the Crosspool Forum.
If it is yours or you know of the owner, please get in touch by emailing, crosspoolforum@gmail.comMountain Bike

Lost – Pram Rain-Covers

We’d be very grateful to hear from anyone finding a couple of pram rain-covers in a small clear carrier bag, which unfortunately had fallen out from a basket under a twin’s pushchair, somewhere between Crookes and Crosspool, on Saturday 1st February.

 

LOST BELONGINGS

We would like to get the following items back to their owners:- Lost & Found
“SMALL TOOL BATTERY & CHARGER, left at this year’s Crosspool Festival Sunday Market with the baked potato van for charging, but never collected.
“DOOR KEY”, found at the Crosspool Summer Fayre, CDYST Playing field Saturday 6th July 2019
“INLINER ROLLERBLADES” Size 32-35…20-22, handed in after the 2018 Summer Fayre, and still remain unclaimed.
“UMBRELLA” A few weeks ago, a Good Samaritan stopped to help a local lady who had fallen down in the precinct. Staying to give assistance until the ambulance arrived; unfortunately this Good Samaritan left their umbrella by the kerbside. Now fully recovered from her ordeal, the lady would like us to pass on her sincere thanks to this kind person.  The umbrella has been left at Bamforth’s Fruit Shop.

 

 

 

 

 

Watch Found on Astro Turf

Watch found on the Astro turf at king Edward VII lower school, Crosspool.

If you have lost a Seiko watch, please contact Sue Whelan on email: suewhelan2011@hotmail.co.uk

King Edward's lower
King Edward VII lower school

 

 

Have you found a set of keys?

Update 24 December: ‪These keys were found within six hours of posting. Thanks for your help, everyone!‬

Someone has been in touch to say they have lost a key ring containing three keys.

If you’ve picked them up, please can you contact Crosspool Forum using crosspoolforum@gmail.com or 07713 687 955 and we’ll try and get them back to the owner.

Have you had your toolbox stolen?

Found in a black bin: a tool box containing a number of tools, possibly stolen then dumped. If you think it is yours, contact Paul at Direct Travel: 0114 268 7500 (you’ll need to provide a description).