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THE Shambles started out as a dream project for owners Jim and Holly Chapman in 1986 when they bought 20 Church Street, which had formerly been used as a butcher's shop with its own slaughterhouse.
The Shambles lads won 2-1, and were congratulated by their opponents, and the HMP organisers.
Centre manager John Beardall said the aim was to make The Shambles - once one of Huddersfield's busiest shopping stretches - more exciting to pedestrians.
The Shambles and the area's dangerous currents are best avoided without an experienced local skipper but Kim was on a trip with Weymouth's Colin Penny, one of the area's top helmsmen.
Detectives investigating the case want to speak to anyone who was in The Shambles, the Greyhound pub or the Market Place area of Lutterworth between 11pm on Saturday and 1am on Sunday.
Debbie Lewis with her artwork at the Stockton Transitions art exhibition at The Shambles.
The Shambles is part of the Piazza Shopping Centre.
Other work included installing two new stone columns, replacing some severely damaged ones and the roof of the Shambles is now lit at night.
The Shambles in Stockton is being updated and returned to its original use as a food hall with the emphasis on specialist and high quality produce.
Hexham's 230-year-old covered market place, The Shambles, suffered significant damage when a tourist reversed a camper van into one of its upright supports on Friday evening.
The Shambles traders - some of whom have been in business for nearly a quarter of a century - were stunned when Stockton Council gave them six months' notice to vacate in September.
I can remember being pursued along the Shambles and through the Pack Horse Yard into Kirkgate, where I was able to hop on to the Waterloo trolley bus and leave behind a puffed-out bobby," he says.