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by organising concerts to "buy" Spitfires and send aid to Russia. He is believed to have instigated fund raising in Hampshire by letters he wrote to the ''Hampshire Chronicle'' in July and August 1940. His "Spitfire Song" was recorded by Joe Loss and his orchestra. This is still available on HMV ''Songs of the 2nd World War'' (Track 18). He and a teacher colleague also were the first to translate "Lili Marlene" but were too slow to get their version to the song

-publishing market. '''Christopher Quinten''' (born '''Christopher Bell''' on 12 July 1957, Middlesbrough, is a British actor, best known for his role as Brian Tilsley on ''Coronation Street'', which he played from 1978 to 1989. DATE OF BIRTH 12 July 1957 PLACE OF BIRTH Middlesbrough, North Yorkshire, England DATE OF DEATH Between 1879 and 1882, as Art Superintendent at the Linthorpe Art Pottery in Linthorpe in Middlesbrough he designed


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to Middlesbrough. Bus Several bus services operate in Stockton. Most services pass through High Street. The services cover large areas of the region including Middlesbrough, Teesside Park, Thornaby, Billingham, Sedgefield, Durham, Sunderland (Sunderland, Tyne and Wear), Peterlee and Newcastle upon Tyne. Among the companies operating bus services, Stagecoach on Teesside (Stagecoach North East#Stagecoach on Teesside) and Arriva North East are the major providers, while six minor providers also operate in the area. WikiPedia:Middlesbrough Dmoz:Regional Europe United Kingdom England Cleveland Middlesbrough Commons:Category:Middlesbrough


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record holding

Russell and Dave Causier. * Olympic swimmer Jack Hatfield and Commonwealth Games swimmer Alyson Jones * Olympic cyclist Chris Newton * Former British long jump record holding athlete Chris Tomlinson * Former Premiership (Premier League) referee Jeff Winter * Junior World and European Track Cycling Champion David Daniell (David Daniell (cyclist)) * The Football Association's Director of Communications Adrian Bevington * The Paralympic Athlete Jade Jones


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of the East Riding was transferred to Humberside. The area became the larger part of the new ceremonial county of the East Riding of Yorkshire in 1996. Early years and formation (1978–1984) Simon Toulson-Clarke formed his first band at age thirteen with school friend Paddy Talbot, playing covers of Led Zeppelin and Deep Purple as well as some self-penned material. Other early influences are cited as being Marc Bolan, David Bowie, Cream (Cream (band)), Pink Floyd


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; on the same album, reflects Rea's feelings about the re-development of Middlesbrough town centre while he was out of the country touring: WikiPedia:Middlesbrough Dmoz:Regional Europe United Kingdom England Cleveland Middlesbrough Commons:Category:Middlesbrough


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rep in Liverpool, Nottingham and Birmingham. In 1960, Barlow joined the West of England Theatre Company followed by the Bristol Old Vic Theatre Company. In Bristol, she ran a boarding house for fellow actors. In 1956 she married set designer (Scenic design) Graham Barlow, and they had two children, Clive and James. They later divorced. ref name "corrie"


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"The Voice" by his fans. Queen and Paul Rodgers: The Cosmos Rocks. ''In the news''. Published 10 September 2008. Paul Rodgers. Imdb.com. Accessed 11 March 2009. A poll in ''Rolling Stone'' magazine ranked him number 55 on its list of the "100 Greatest Singers of All Time


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to date, ''Wonderful (Wonderful (Adam Ant album))''. The title track was a successful single, as was a tour of the U.S. in support of the album. While Ant and his group (which retained longtime guitarist Pirroni) played in smaller venues than they had played in the 1980s, the houses were often packed with enthusiastic fans. The tour was cut short due to Ant and Pirroni both contracting glandular fever. Ant, A., ''Stand and Deliver: The Autobiography'', p298 Ant also played three shows at Shepherds Bush Empire in London and did a mini tour of Virgin Record (Virgin Records) Shops playing selected tunes from the album ''Wonderful'' and signing records. Adam and his band also played shows in Dublin, Glasgow, Middlesbrough and Stoke-on-Trent. The Royal Albert Hall could be filled many times over with people wishing to attend the Last Night. To accommodate these people, and to cater for those who are not near London, the Proms in the Park concerts were started in 1996. Initially there was only one, in Hyde Park (Hyde Park, London), adjacent to the Hall. More locations have been added in recent years, and in 2005, Belfast, Glasgow, Swansea and Manchester hosted a Last Night Prom in the Park which was broadcast live from each venue. 2007 saw Manchester's prom being replaced by one in Middlesbrough. 2008 featured a reduction from 5 to 4 Proms in the Park, in Hyde Park, Belfast, Glasgow and Swansea. 2009 returned to a total of 5 Proms in the Park, in Hyde Park, Glasgow, Swansea, County Down and Salford (Salford, Greater Manchester). Each location has its own live concert, typically playing the countries' respective national anthems, before joining in a live big screen video link up with the Royal Albert Hall for the traditional finale. Access thumb right Highcliff Nab (File:Highcliffe Nab.jpg) Two main roads cross at Guisborough, the A171 (A171 road) and the A173 (A173 road). The A171 leads west to Middlesbrough and east to Whitby whilst the A173 goes south-west to Stokesley and north-east as far as Skelton (Skelton-in-Cleveland) where it joins the A174 (A174 road) coast road. Before the bypass (Bypass route) was built, traffic on both of these had to pass through Westgate, the town's main street. Just outside the bypass to the north-east, a B-road heads north from the A173 to Redcar. Another minor route out of the town, Wilton Lane, is a very windy almost single-track which leads north to the small village of Wilton (Wilton, Redcar and Cleveland), whence one can either join the A174 or continue onto the ICI (Imperial Chemical Industries) Wilton chemical works. As well as these, there are two lanes that lead out of town into the hills; Hutton Lane which ends at Hutton Village, a tiny settlement built mostly for local mining, agricultural and estate workers, and Belmangate, an ancient funeral route. There are no longer any large employers in the town: Guisborough has become a commuter town for nearby Middlesbrough, with many people working in the chemical plants that are located around Teesside. Whitby's cultural and historical heritage contribute to the local economy. The town suffers from the economic constraints of its remote location, poor transport infrastructure, and limitations on available land and property, so tourism and fishing remain the mainstay of the its economy. It is the closest port to a proposed wind farm development in the North Sea, WikiPedia:Middlesbrough Dmoz:Regional Europe United Kingdom England Cleveland Middlesbrough Commons:Category:Middlesbrough

Middlesbrough

'''Middlesbrough''' ( the Middlesbrough built-up area sub-division had a population of 174,700, which itself is part of the larger built-up area of Teesside and had an overall population of 376,333 at the 2011 census.

Middlesbrough was in North Riding of the county of York (1837–89), an administrative county was created with a county council in 1889 under the Local Government Act 1888, In 1968 it became the centre of the County Borough of Teesside, which was then absorbed by the non-metropolitan county of Cleveland (Cleveland, England) in 1974. In 1996, Cleveland was abolished, and Middlesbrough became a unitary authority, within the ceremonial county (ceremonial counties of England) of North Yorkshire.

"''Erimus''" ("We shall be"), in Latin, was chosen as Middlesbrough's motto in 1830, to signify the town's will to grow. It is used in the names of commercial ventures and other organisations in the town, including social clubs. The town's coat of arms show an azure lion beneath 2 ships to represent the port of Middlesbrough. The design is based on that of the Brus (Bruce clan) family who owned the site on which Middlesbrough is built.

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