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Mike Finch
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Introduction

MikeFinch Photo Gallery

Welcome to MikeFinch Photo Gallery

Established in January 2005, MikeFinch Photo Gallery was created to showcase photographs by Mike Finch and as an exercise in web design.

The gallery is divided into numerous albums, which may be accessed via the menu to the left. All albums are continually reviewed and revised, and represent a subset of all those available.

If you are interested in using an image for a personal or commercial project, please contact me on the link below. All photographs are Copyright © 2005 Mike Finch.

Thank you for your interest and I hope you enjoy my site.

 

Featured Bar

The Sportsman

The Sportsman

The place to see all the football on the box;

Televisions around the pub, including 3 widescreen plasma. Play pool and watch the match at the same time. Sky sports channels; Football, Rugby, Cricket, Tennis, Motor racing and more.

12" Freshly prepared Pizza with 4 toppings of your choice

£6.95 or Offers on 2 or more.

Available Mon-Fri 5.00pm to 10.45pm, Saturday from 4.00pm to 10:45pm Sunday from 4.00pm to 10.15pm.

Eat in or take away!

Location

On the corner of Nevil Road and Seymour Avenue, Bishopston, Bristol.

Telephone 0117 9427525

 

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