Judges' Council
The Judges' Council is a body in England and Wales that, representing the judiciary, advises the Lord Chief Justice on judicial matters. It has its historical roots in the original Council of the Judg...
Dunston Power Station
Dunston Power Station refers to a pair of adjacent coal-fired power stations in the North East of England, now demolished. They were built on the south bank of the River Tyne, in the western outskirts...
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Burnley Grammar School
Burnley Grammar School was latterly, a state-funded selective boys grammar School, situated in Byron Street in Burnley, England. However during its long history, it moved between a number of sites in ...
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Surrey Grass Court Championships
The Surrey Grass Court Championships is a defunct tennis tournament played in Surbiton, England. The event was played as part of the Grand Prix Tour in 1974 and from 1979 to 1980. It was played on ou...
Metrication Board
The Metrication Board was a non-departmental public body that existed in the United Kingdom to promote and co-ordinate metrication within the country. It was set up in 1969, four years after the metri...
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Willesden F.C.
Willesden F.C. was an English football club based in Willesden, Greater London, London. The club played at King Edwards Park and Willesden Sports Centre.
The club were founder members of the Delph...
St. Cuthbert's Co-operative Society
The St. Cuthbert's Co-operative Society opened its first shop in Ponton Street in Edinburgh, Scotland, in 1859 as a Consumers' co-operative. This society was part of the movement started by the Rochda...
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Woodberry Down School
Woodberry Down Comprehensive School was located off the Seven Sisters Road in the Manor House area of North London. The now defunct secondary school verges on three boroughs Hackney, Haringey and Isli...
BBC Scottish Radio Orchestra
The BBC Scottish Radio Orchestra (SRO) was a light music broadcasting orchestra based in Glasgow, Scotland, maintained by the British Broadcasting Corporation from 1940 until disbandment in 1981.
Ski Patrol (band)
Formed from the ashes of two Sunderland, UK college bands The Wall and The Debutantes, Ski Patrol was hatched by singer Ian Lowery and guitarist Nick Clift in Brixton, London in the Autumn of 1979. In...
London Co-operative Society
The London Co-operative Society was a consumer co-operative society in the United Kingdom.The Society was formed in September 1920 by the amalgamation of the Stratford Co-operative Society and the Edm...
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St Marylebone Grammar School
St Marylebone Grammar School (SMGS) was a grammar school located in the London borough of the City of Westminster, from 1792 to 1981.
Founded as the Philological School by Thomas Collingwood, unde...
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Light Steam Power
Light Steam Power was a magazine dedicated to amateur and small-scale interest in steam power. Its masthead for some years described itself as, "Authentic World News on Steam Power for Cars, Launches ...
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Westward Television
Westward Television was the first ITV franchise holder for the South West of England. It held the franchise from 29 April 1961 until 31 December 1981. After a difficult start, Westward provided a popu...
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Brierley Hill Alliance F.C.
Brierley Hill Alliance F.C. was an English association football club based in Brierley Hill in the West Midlands.Formed in 1887 from a merger of Brockmoor Harriers and Brockmoor Pickwicks, the club jo...
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St Boniface's Catholic College
St Boniface's Catholic College is a secondary school for boys and sixth form girls, under the direction and trustees of the Roman Catholic Community in the Plymouth area in the South West of England. ...
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