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Further to the e bulletin issued by John Mason BAA Meteor Section and circulated by Gerard I would add the following supplementary comments to my initial observations.
I was facing roughly North when I observed the Fireball as it travelled from East to West. This would tie in with the path as observed by Paul Buglass of York Astronomical Society. I would also describe the trajectory as being quite flat with a similar observation period of about 60 seconds before I lost sight of it as my view was obscured by houses.