with Barings in 1989. * '''Dave Wright''' - born David Frederick Wright, 21 January 1944, Winchester, Hampshire - Vocals & Rhythm Guitar. Died 10 October 2008 at Royal Hampshire County Hospital, Winchester. * '''Chris Britton''' - born Charles Christopher Britton, 21 January 1944, Watford, Hertfordshire - Lead Guitar * '''Richard Moore''' - Born Richard Moore, 3 June 1949, Canada - Lead Guitar & Vocals Aylesbury is well connected to local destinations by bus services. Run by Arriva (Arriva Shires & Essex), these services run every 20–30 minutes to Milton Keynes, Oxford, High Wycombe, Thame, Tring, Hemel Hempstead and Watford. Hourly services also run to Luton and Leighton Buzzard. 27.0 28.5 Heathrow (London Heathrow Airport) (Terminals 4 (London Heathrow Terminal 4), 5 (Heathrow Terminal 5) & Cargo), Gatwick Airport, Watford, Oxford, Stansted Airport (M40 (M40 motorway), M1 (M1 motorway), M11 (M11 motorway), M3 (M3 motorway (Great Britain)), M23 (M23 motorway)) M25 (M25 motorway) J4b Wikipedia:Watford Commons:Category:Watford DMOZ:Regional Europe United Kingdom England Hertfordshire Watford
Longford , as well as himself. DATE OF BIRTH 1913-06-25 PLACE OF BIRTH Watford, Hertfordshire DATE OF DEATH 2005-01-02 Wanting to continue together in a band, Steve Mason and James recruited bass player Kevin Miles, who had a long association with the band. After seeing Watford-based Welshman Martin Rossiter cross the floor of a club, Mason approached him and they began to talk. Their meeting ended with Rossiter handing out his business card ("Martin Rossiter: Soothsayer to the Stars") and Mason giving Rossiter a chance to sing with the band. Rossiter appeared on Spin's last demos as "Martin T. Falls" (a nod to the Mancunian band The Fall (The Fall (band))) shortly before the decision was made to adopt the name Gene. Wikipedia:Watford Commons:Category:Watford DMOZ:Regional Europe United Kingdom England Hertfordshire Watford
p 107 After leaving Malvern he studied privately with William T. Kirkpatrick, his father's old tutor and former headmaster of Lurgan College. Released July 3, 2001 Recorded Watford Coloseum, Watford AIR (Associated Independent Recording) Lyndhurst Hall, London Genre Classical (Classical music) Avant-garde Modernist Progressive (Progressive music) The soundtrack to the film was released on July 3, 2001 by Sony Music (Sony Music Entertainment). Wikipedia:Watford Commons:Category:Watford DMOZ:Regional Europe United Kingdom England Hertfordshire Watford
Olympian from South Oxhey * Steven Finn (Steven Finn (cricketer)), Middlesex (Middlesex County Cricket Club) and England (England Cricket Team) cricketer * Cyril Fletcher (1913–2005), comedian * Peter Fribbins, composer * Declan Ganley, businessman and political activist * Philip Glenister, actor, Life on Mars (Life on Mars (UK TV series)) * Robert Glenister, actor * Geri Halliwell, singer and Spice Girl (Spice Girls) * Kenny Jackett, Welsh international
by performers including The Who, Robbie Williams, and Oasis. The acoustics were analysed by an acoustics company in 2009, who reported that the size and "shoebox" shape of the hall, the flat floor, and the materials used in construction, allow for pleasant reverberation and good sound quality and clarity, such to make the hall among the best in Europe. On Thursday 8 January 2015, Watford Colosseum hosted BBC Question Time (Question Time (TV series)). The panel included Liberal Democrats business secretary Vince Cable MP (Vince Cable), The Labour Party (The Labour Party (UK))'s shadow health minister Liz Kendall MP (Liz Kendall), Conservatives (Conservatives (UK)) former shadow home secretary David Davis MP (David Davis (British politician)), Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales and the broadcaster and columnist Julia Hartley-Brewer. Wikipedia:Watford Commons:Category:Watford DMOZ:Regional Europe United Kingdom England Hertfordshire Watford
was in a bid to hold onto the station before the outgoing Radio Authority was replaced by Ofcom and in a bid to compete with then rival Capital Radio in London. Mercury FM by then took on the ''"Better Music Mix"'' format that originated from GWR (GWR FM (Bristol)) in Bristol. death_date death_place Watford, England nationality British (British people) Death Livesey died in Watford from
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building was opened in 1908 and the 600-seat theatre underwent a refurbishment in 2004. It houses its own rehearsal room, wardrobe, cafe, and bar. The Palace also shows films and 'live' and 'as live' streams of opera and ballet during its theatre season. The Pump House The Pump House Theatre and Arts Centre is based in an old pumping station situated just off the Lower High Street. The building was converted for use as a theatre, with rehearsal rooms, and meeting place for local arts
based groups. Current facilities include a 124 seat theatre, rehearsal rooms, and live music venue. Community groups currently meeting at the Pump House include Dance House (children's ballet), Pump House Clog Morris (women's Morris dancing (Morris dance)), Pump House Jazz (jazz club), Open House (live open mic music), Woodside Morris Men (men's Morris dancing), child, youth and adult theatre groups and also the Giggle Inn comedy club. The Pump House
and independent radio stations around the world. St Albans Campus The Law School used to be based in St Albans, near to the law courts. There were formerly campuses in Watford (Wall Hall) and Hertford (Balls Park), but these were closed when the de Havilland campus opened. In Summer 2011 the School of Law moved to a new purpose built building on the De Havilland campus. It is near St Albans and part of the St Albans District (City and District of St Albans). At the time
early Watford career, Johnson became an integral part of Graham Taylor's (Graham Taylor (football manager)) re-shaped Watford side as it started the 1997 98 season. He formed a central midfield partnership with Micah Hyde that was to help drive Watford to the 1997 98 Division Two (Football League Second Division) Championship. Johnson was also to show his long-range shooting skills in the 4-0 victory over rivals Luton Town (Luton Town F.C.) at Kenilworth Road, scoring the first goal. The Hyde-Johnson axis continued into the 1998 99 season, with Johnson playing in Watford's drive to the play-offs and picking up a winners medal in the 2-0 final victory over Bolton (Bolton Wanderers F.C.). Often in and out of the side for much of his early Watford career, Johnson became an integral part of Graham Taylor's (Graham Taylor (football manager)) re-shaped Watford side as it started the 1997 98 season. He formed a central midfield partnership with Micah Hyde that was to help drive Watford to the 1997 98 Division Two (Football League Second Division) Championship. Johnson was also to show his long-range shooting skills in the 4-0 victory over rivals Luton Town (Luton Town F.C.) at Kenilworth Road, scoring the first goal. The Hyde-Johnson axis continued into the 1998 99 season, with Johnson playing in Watford's drive to the play-offs and picking up a winners medal in the 2-0 final victory over Bolton (Bolton Wanderers F.C.). Johnson was to play a limited part in Watford's first Premiership (FA Premier League) season, with injuries sustained in August and January keeping him out for two months each time. Returning to Watford, Johnson featured in the final few games of the season, but still struggling for fitness and a first-team place he was released in October 2003. He had played 277 times for the Hornets in 11 years at the club, scoring 22 goals. He subsequently joined Colchester (Colchester United F.C.), playing a singular game for the Us in the Football League Trophy. After just a month in Essex, Johnson joined Stoke (Stoke City F.C.). He played nine times for the Potters before joining QPR (Queens Park Rangers F.C.) in February 2004, who were driving towards promotion from Division Two. Johnson played 11 times in Rangers' run-in, helping them to secure second position and automatic promotion. '''Sad Lovers & Giants''' are a rock (Rock music) band from Watford, England who formed in 1980. Strong, Martin C. (2003) ''The Great Indie Discography'', Canongate, ISBN 1-84195-335-0, p. 489-90 Their sound blends post-punk, atmospheric keyboards and psychedelia and the band has been described as "a pastoral Pink Floyd". birth_date Wikipedia:Watford Commons:Category:Watford DMOZ:Regional Europe United Kingdom England Hertfordshire Watford
image_skyline WatfordSkyline.jpg image_blank_emblem WatfordArms.gif blank_emblem_type Coat of Arms of Watford Borough Council blank_emblem_size 85px image_map Watford UK locator map.svg mapsize 200px map_caption Watford within Hertfordshire coordinates_region GB subdivision_type Country subdivision_name United Kingdom subdivision_type1 Constituent country (Constituent Country#United Kingdom) subdivision_name1 England subdivision_type2 Region (Regions of England) subdivision_name2 East of England subdivision_type3 County (Ceremonial Counties) subdivision_name3 Hertfordshire subdivision_type4 Borough (Districts of England) subdivision_name4 '''Watford''' seat_type UK Parliament constituency seat Watford (Watford (UK Parliament constituency)) government_type Elected Mayor (Elected mayors in the United Kingdom) & Cabinet leader_title Mayor of Watford leader_name Dorothy Thornhill leader_party Liberal Democrat (Liberal Democrats) leader_title1 MP (Member of Parliament) leader_name1 Richard Harrington (Richard Harrington (British politician)) (Conservative (Conservatives (UK))) established_title established_date area_total_sq_mi 8.3 elevation_m 71 population_total 90301 population_density_sq_mi auto population_blank1_title Ethnicity population_blank1 61.9% White British 11% South Asian 3.5% Black African Watford Strategic Intelligence Assessment Summary timezone GMT timezone_DST Summer Time (British) (British Summer Time) utc_offset_DST +1 coordinates_display title latd 51 latm 39 lats 18 latNS N longd 0 longm 23 longs 44.5 longEW W postal_code_type Postcode area (List of postcode areas in the United Kingdom) postal_code WD (WD postcode area) area_code 01923 & 020 website www.watford.gov.uk '''Watford''' ( northwest of central London and inside the circumference of the M25 motorway. This Watford is not to be confused with Watford, Northamptonshire which is about 50 miles to the north.
Cassiobury Park was once the manor estate of the Earls of Essex and is a public park in the town centre. Watford Football Club play in the Football League Championship which is the second-highest level of football (Association football) in England.
The town developed from an Anglo-Saxon settlement between a ford of the River Colne (River Colne, Hertfordshire) and the crossroads of two ancient tracks. St Albans Abbey claimed rights to the manor of Cashio (Liberty of St Albans), which included Watford. The parish church of St Mary the Virgin was built in 1230 on the same site as an earlier Saxon church, along with stalls for a weekly market. The town grew modestly - assisted by travellers passing through to Berkhamsted Castle and the royal palace at Kings Langley, with the main developments being the 17th-century houses of Cassiobury (Cassiobury House) and The Grove (The Grove, Watford). Both the Grand Junction Canal in 1798, and the London and Birmingham Railway in 1837, allowed the town to grow faster, with paper-making mills, such as John Dickinson and Co. (John Dickinson Stationery) at Croxley, influencing the development of printing in the town which continues today. Two industrial scale brewers Benskins and Sedgwicks (Sedgwicks Brewery) flourished in the town until their closure in the late 20th century. Today, Watford is a major regional centre for the northern home counties. Hertfordshire County Council designates Watford, along with Stevenage, to be its major sub-regional centre. Several head offices of national companies and multi-nationals are based in Watford. Both the 2006 World Golf Championship and the 2013 Bilderberg Conference, took place at The Grove hotel (The Grove, Watford). The week ahead: Bilderberg 2013 comes to … the Grove hotel, Watford World news The Guardian
Watford was created as an urban district (Urban district (Great Britain and Ireland)) under the Local Government Act 1894, and became a municipal borough by grant of a charter in 1922. The borough had 90,301 inhabitants at the time of the 2011 census. The borough is separated from Greater London to the south by the urbanised parish of Watford Rural in the Three Rivers District (Three Rivers (district)). The Watford subdivision of the Greater London Urban Area, which includes much of the neighbouring districts, had a total population of 120,960 in the 2001 census. Watford Borough Council is the local authority, with a directly elected mayor as head. The Mayor of Watford is one of only 17 directly elected mayors (Directly elected mayors in England and Wales) in England; Dorothy Thornhill has been the mayor since the directly elected system was set up in May 2002, and is both the first Liberal Democrat and first female directly elected mayor in the United Kingdom. Watford elects one Member of Parliament (MP) for the Watford constituency (Watford (UK Parliament constituency)). Prior to the establishment of this constituency in 1885 the area was part of the three seat constituency of Hertfordshire (Hertfordshire (UK Parliament constituency)).