Reading, Berkshire

What is Reading, Berkshire known for?


writing+musical

(Temposhark) for the first time but interestingly the two never collaborated until leaving school many years later. In his teens, Busby's creative interests developed into art and film making as well as scoring music for film (in recent interviews he has often expressed an interest in writing musical scores for films). Busby's interest in computer programming and production intensified whilst studying Music Technology at A Level (Advanced Level (UK)). Upon leaving school Busby went to art school at the respected Chelsea Art College before moving to Brighton to study film and music at art school, where his experimental work led him to produce multi-media work centred on sound and video installations, animations and performance. background group_or_band origin Reading (Reading, Berkshire), England genre Alternative rock, Indie (Indie rock) '''Morning Runner''' was an alternative rock band from Reading (Reading, Berkshire), England. They released one album, ''Wilderness Is Paradise Now'', following top 20 single (Single (music)) "Burning Benches", before their split in late 2007 due to commercial pressures from their record label, Parlophone. Origin and early years (2003–2005) Morning Runner met in Reading (Reading, Berkshire), Berkshire, while in different bands. Pianist Chris "Fields" Wheatcroft moved to Reading from Salisbury, where he had dropped out of his classical music course, and singer guitarist Matthew Greener moved there with his parents in his early teens. Ali Clewer, drummer, and bassist Tom Derrett are from Reading originally. Beginnings of a second album and the end of Morning Runner (2006–2007) The band began working on their second album in September 2006. At the beginning of 2007 they played two intimate shows to showcase their new material, one on January 26 at the South Street Arts Centre in Reading (Reading, Berkshire), and the other on February 26 at The Zodiac (The Zodiac (club)) in Oxford. Following more gigs in June and July, the songwriting stage of the next album was said to be nearing completion, and by August the band were seeking a record producer to work with. St. Aubyn was undoubtedly assisted in developing his career by his family’s prominence in Devon and Cornwall, and particularly in Devonport (Devonport, Devon), where they were the major landowners. He practised chiefly in London and developed a practice which extended all over southern England, but he also kept an office in Devonport for part of his career, and he was employed particularly extensively in Devon and Cornwall. Apart from this local connection, there are clusters of his work in Gloucestershire (no doubt deriving from his years in Fulljames’ office), Kent, Reading (Reading, Berkshire), Cambridgeshire and Leicestershire. *Holy Innocents Church (Holy Innocents Church, Tuck Hill), Tuck Hill, Shropshire: 1865 *All Saints Church (All Saints' Church, Reading), Reading (Reading, Berkshire), Berkshire: 1865-74 *St. John the Evangelist Church (St. John the Evangelist Church (St Ives, Cornwall)), St Ives (St Ives, Cornwall), Cornwall: 1866 *St Michael and All Angels Church (St Michael and All Angels Church, Galleywood Common), Galleywood Common, Essex: 1873 *St Giles' Church (St Giles' Church, Reading), Reading (Reading, Berkshire), Berkshire: rebuilding, 1873 *St Michael's Mount, Cornwall: addition of south-east wing for Sir J. St. Aubyn, 1874–80; further extended ca. 1930 *Middle Temple, London: new chambers on north side of Brick Court, 1882, Tudor; altered ca. 1950 after bomb damage *St Luke's Church (St Luke's Church, Reading), Reading (Reading, Berkshire), Berkshire: 1882 *Church, St Gluvias, Cornwall: 1882-83 He was born in Reading, Berkshire, the son of William White, a clothier of Reading, and his wife, Mary, daughter of Henry Kibblewhite of South Fawley, also in Berkshire. He was brought up in London. Sir Thomas was twice married, to Avicia (died 1558) and to Joan. Mark Noble p. 23, states that Joan married first Sir Ralph Warren (Ralph Warren (Lord Mayor)), and was called upon her monumnet "daughter and co-heiress of John Lake, of London, gent,"; but most of the Cromwell family pedigrees, and the visitation of Huntingdonshire in 1613, say she was daughter and co-heiress of John Trelake, alias Davy, of Cornwall, gent. She survived Sir Ralph, and re-married Sir Thomas White, knt. and died at her son-in-law Sir Henry Cromwell's (Henry Williams (alias Cromwell)) seat, at Hinchinbrook, 8 October, and was buried 4 November 1573, in the church of St. Swyth, leaving by her first husband one son, named Richard and a daughter, lady Joan, the wife of Sir Henry Cromwell, (Richard the son settled at Claybury, in Essex) and the daughter Joan was the grand-mother of Oliver Cromwell. Noble (p. 24.) states that all of this is mentioned in the inscription upon her monument, which read thus: Cox joined his home town club, Reading (Reading F.C.), at the age of nine. Checkendon is served by two bus routes: * Reading Transport route 142, Reading (Reading, Berkshire)-Woodcote-Checkendon Reading-buses.co.uk * White's Coaches route 145, Woodcote-Checkendon-Henley (Henley-on-Thames) Whitescoaches.com Hawk-Eye (w:Hawk-Eye), the company that was working on the goal-line technology that is already being used for line calls in tennis, reacted with disappointment: "I'm livid, it is completely out of the blue... A year ago they met and gave us four criteria to meet and we have met all of them, yet they have kicked it out now... We have invested an awful lot of money and now we have no return on that investment," director Paul Hawkins said. He said he was encouraged to continue research on the project only 10 days ago at a private showing for IFAB members at Reading's (w:Reading, Berkshire) Madejski Stadium (w:Madejski Stadium).


community local

, officially since 1988) *Clonmel, Ireland (since 1994


vocals bass

The band were formed around the nucleus of Steve Lake from Reading, Berkshire and evolved from a number of jamming sessions with other musicians and friends in Oxford, taking in influences from the Velvet Underground to the Sex Pistols. The band began performing gigs in 1977 78 with a line-up of Steve Lake (Vocals Bass), Steve Burch (Guitar) and Jimmy Lacey (Drums) adding Nick Godwin (guitar) at their second gig - adopting the name 'Zounds


popular education

. On the Royal Commission of 1850 to inquire into the reform of the university, of which Stanley was secretary, he served as assistant-secretary; and he was secretary to the commissioners appointed by the act of 1854. His position as an authority on educational reform was further recognized by a seat on the Popular Education Commission of 1858. In 1868, when the question of reform at Oxford (University of Oxford) was again growing acute, he published a brilliant pamphlet, entitled ''The Reorganization of the University of Oxford''. After his death, a plaque in his memory was erected outside his birthplace in the town centre of Reading (Reading, Berkshire). This still exists, outside the entrance to the Harris Arcade. Cox joined his home town club, Reading (Reading F.C.), at the age of nine. Checkendon is served by two bus routes: * Reading Transport route 142, Reading (Reading, Berkshire)-Woodcote-Checkendon Reading-buses.co.uk * White's Coaches route 145, Woodcote-Checkendon-Henley (Henley-on-Thames) Whitescoaches.com Hawk-Eye (w:Hawk-Eye), the company that was working on the goal-line technology that is already being used for line calls in tennis, reacted with disappointment: "I'm livid, it is completely out of the blue... A year ago they met and gave us four criteria to meet and we have met all of them, yet they have kicked it out now... We have invested an awful lot of money and now we have no return on that investment," director Paul Hawkins said. He said he was encouraged to continue research on the project only 10 days ago at a private showing for IFAB members at Reading's (w:Reading, Berkshire) Madejski Stadium (w:Madejski Stadium).


experimental work

school at the respected Chelsea Art College before moving to Brighton to study film and music at art school, where his experimental work led him to produce multi-media work centred on sound and video installations, animations and performance. background group_or_band origin Reading (Reading, Berkshire), England genre Alternative rock, Indie (Indie rock) '''Morning Runner''' was an alternative rock band from Reading


hard water

Cox joined his home town club, Reading (Reading F.C.), at the age of nine. Checkendon is served by two bus routes: * Reading Transport route 142, Reading (Reading, Berkshire)-Woodcote-Checkendon Reading-buses.co.uk * White's Coaches route 145, Woodcote-Checkendon-Henley (Henley-on-Thames) Whitescoaches.com Hawk-Eye (w:Hawk-Eye), the company that was working on the goal-line technology that is already being used for line calls in tennis, reacted with disappointment: "I'm livid, it is completely out of the blue... A year ago they met and gave us four criteria to meet and we have met all of them, yet they have kicked it out now... We have invested an awful lot of money and now we have no return on that investment," director Paul Hawkins said. He said he was encouraged to continue research on the project only 10 days ago at a private showing for IFAB members at Reading's (w:Reading, Berkshire) Madejski Stadium (w:Madejski Stadium).


line opening

on the Kennet Navigation (River Kennet) rather than being truly part of the Kennet and Avon Canal : Line opening Newbury


design+recording

include Agilent Technologies, Assuria, Audio & Design (Recording) Ltd, Bang & Olufsen, Cisco (Cisco Systems), Comptel, DediPower Managed Hosting, Ericsson, Harris Corporation, Intel (Intel Corporation), Nvidia, Rockwell Collins, Sage (The Sage Group), Sagem Orga, SGI (Silicon Graphics), Symantec, Symbol Technologies, Verizon Business, Virgin Media, Websense, Xansa (now Steria), and Xerox. The financial company


music people

tab on it. ... 'We'll be all right,' he Friday said, 'Just do half each.' Hurley attempted to calm Friday down by moving him into an apartment above the football club's elderly ex-groundsman, but to no avail: "Even if it was three in the morning, the first thing would be to get the music playing," Simmonds later said. "We had an old boy living below us ... the ex-groundsman at Reading. He was coming up to 80 and he had a dog's life in the flat. Pounding music

, people knocking on the door, girls throwing stones at the windows. Poor old sod." Cox joined his home town club, Reading (Reading F.C.), at the age of nine. Checkendon is served by two bus routes: * Reading Transport route 142, Reading (Reading, Berkshire)-Woodcote-Checkendon Reading-buses.co.uk * White's Coaches route 145, Woodcote-Checkendon-Henley (Henley-on-Thames) Whitescoaches.com Hawk-Eye (w:Hawk-Eye), the company that was working on the goal-line technology that is already being used for line calls in tennis, reacted with disappointment: "I'm livid, it is completely out of the blue... A year ago they met and gave us four criteria to meet and we have met all of them, yet they have kicked it out now... We have invested an awful lot of money and now we have no return on that investment," director Paul Hawkins said. He said he was encouraged to continue research on the project only 10 days ago at a private showing for IFAB members at Reading's (w:Reading, Berkshire) Madejski Stadium (w:Madejski Stadium).


home playing

playing a young version of the character Nyssa (Nyssa (Doctor Who)). In 1989 she starred in the hit children's television programme ''Press Gang'', where she played Julie Craig. She left after the first series for another role, but returned for the fourth and final series until 1993, where her role was expanded somewhat. In 1989 and 1990, Benjamin appeared in two series of LWT sitcom '''Close to Home (Close to Home (1989 TV series))''', playing Paul Nicholas' teenage daughter Kate

Reading, Berkshire

'''Reading''' ( ) is a large town (town status in the United Kingdom) and unitary authority area (unitary authorities of England) in the ceremonial county (Ceremonial counties of England) of Berkshire, England. It was an important centre in the medieval (Middle Ages) period, as the site of Reading Abbey, a monastery with strong royal connections. The town was seriously affected by the English Civil War, with a major siege and loss of trade, and played a pivotal role in the Revolution of 1688 (Glorious Revolution), with that revolution's only significant military action fought on the streets of the town. The 19th century saw the coming of the Great Western Railway and the development of the town's brewing, baking and seed growing businesses. Today Reading is a commercial centre, with involvement in information technology and insurance, and, despite its proximity to London, has a net inward commuter flow.

The first evidence for Reading as a settlement dates from the 8th century. By 1525, Reading was the largest town in Berkshire, and tax returns show that Reading was the 10th largest town in England when measured by taxable wealth. By 1611, it had a population of over 5000 and had grown rich on its trade in cloth. The 18th century saw the beginning of a major iron works in the town and the growth of the brewing trade for which Reading was to become famous. During the 19th century, the town grew rapidly as a manufacturing centre. It is ranked the UK's top economic area for economic success and wellbeing, according to factors such as employment, health, income and skills. PWC Demos Good Growth for Cities 2013 Reading is also a retail centre serving a large area of the Thames Valley, and is home to the University of Reading. Every year it hosts the Reading Festival (Reading and Leeds Festivals), one of England's biggest music festivals. Sporting teams based in Reading include Reading Football Club (Reading F.C.) and the London Irish rugby union team, and over 15,000 runners annually compete in the Reading Half Marathon.

The '''Borough of Reading''' has a population of 155,698 (2011 census) Neighbourhood Statistics 2011 Census, Accessed 17 June 2014 and the town formed the largest part of the Reading Wokingham Urban Area which had a population of 318,014 (2011 census). north from Basingstoke.

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