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123 Mortlake High Street

123 Mortlake High Street, also known as The Limes or Limes House and previously referred to as Mortlake Terrace, is a Grade II* listed 18th-century property in Mortlake in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames. The house was built in about 1 ...

List of works by Christopher Whall

This is a list of the stained-glass works of Christopher Whall. He was soft, friendly, wonderful man, in spirit very like the knightly crusaders and friendly wise saints who have in their Windows in silver and jewels.He was one of those dreamers ...

Armstrong and Miller (disambiguation)

Armstrong and Miller may refer to: Armstrong and Miller, British comedy double act. Armstrong and Miller radio show, radio comedy sketch show. Armstrong and Miller TV series, Paramount Comedy and Channel 4 television comedy sketch series, later r ...

List of other television appearances by Morecambe and Wise

The English comic double act of Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise made their first appearance on television in 1951. Following this first appearance, they were to star in four separate television series of their own, as well as making many appearance ...

List of Ant & Decs Saturday Night Takeaway episodes

Ant & Decs Saturday Night Takeaway is a British television variety show, presented by Ant & Dec. Each episodes focuses on a variety of segments heavily influenced by previous Saturday night light entertainment shows, most notably Noels House Part ...

Aldeburgh

Aldeburgh is an English town on the North Sea coast in the county of Suffolk, to the north of the River Alde. It was home to the composer Benjamin Britten and has been the centre of the international Aldeburgh Festival of arts at nearby Snape Mal ...

Lowestoft

Lowestoft is an English town and civil parish in the county of Suffolk. The town, on the North Sea coast, is the most easterly settlement of the United Kingdom. It is 110 miles north-east of London, 38 miles north-east of Ipswich and 22 miles sou ...

The Red House, Aldeburgh

The Red House, in the coastal town of Aldeburgh, Suffolk, England, was the home of the composer Benjamin Britten, from 1957 until his death in 1976, and of his partner, Peter Pears, until the latters death in 1986. It is now the base for the Brit ...

St Bartholomews Church, Orford

The Church of St Bartholomew is the parish church of the town of Orford, England. A medieval church, dating from the fourteenth century, with reconstructions in the nineteenth and twentieth century, it is a Grade I listed building. In addition to ...

Ashcombe House, Somerset

Ashcombe House at Swainswick, north-east of Bath in Somerset, England is a Gothic revival country house. It is a Grade II listed building. Ashcombe the house stands on the slope of the Lam valley in 25 acres of 100.000 m2 of grounds. It dates fro ...

The Javelins

The Javelins, sometimes also known as Ian Gillan & the Javelins, is a 1960s band fronted by Ian Gillan of Deep Purple. The other members included rhythm guitarist Tony Tacon, bass player Tony Whitfield, drummer Keith Roach and lead guitarist Gord ...

12 Arnold Grove

12 Arnold Grove is a house near Picton Clock Tower in the Liverpool suburb of Wavertree. The house is the birthplace and childhood home of former Beatle George Harrison. It is a small terraced house in a cul-de-SAC, with a small alley to the rear ...

Kinfauns

Kinfauns was a large 1950s deluxe bungalow in Esher, Surrey, England, on the Claremont Estate. From 1964 to 1970 it was the home of George Harrison, lead guitarist of the Beatles, and was where many of the demo recordings for The White Album were ...

Rainbow Chasers

Rainbow Chasers are an English folk band, formed in 2004 by Ashley Hutchings. They play traditional and original compositions largely on acoustic instruments and have already gathered a reputation for their quality of their musicianship, arrangem ...

Walsh Hall, Meriden

Walsh Hall is a six-bedroom, Grade II* listed house on Walsh Lane, Meriden, West Midlands, England. It includes 16 feet 4.9 m Bay is a 15th-century town hall, with the original truss roof, and 16 century additions. The frame sits on ashlar base. ...

Back to the Egg (TV program)

The Back to the Egg TV special was a program containing music videos to promote the band Wings 1979 album Back to the Egg. The program was first broadcast on US television stations in November 1979, but its UK airing, on BBC1, was delayed until J ...

Ringo Starr filmography

In addition to the Beatles films A Hard Days Night, Help!, Magical Mystery Tour, Yellow Submarine and Let It Be, Ringo Starr also acted in films such as Candy, The Magic Christian, Blindman, Son of Dracula and Caveman. Starr directed and appeared ...

Last Exit (British band)

Last Exit was a British jazz fusion band formed in Newcastle upon Tyne, England, in 1974. It is best remembered as the group Sting was in before finding stardom with The Police.

Chapel House, Twickenham

Chapel House, now No. 15, Montpelier Row, Twickenham, is a house in Greater London, England. The house has also been called Tennyson House and Holyrood House. It was occupied at one time by Alfred Lord Tennyson, and poet Walter de la Mare lived i ...

Monks Gate

Monks Gate is a hamlet in the civil parish of Nuthurst, in the Horsham District of West Sussex, England. It lies on the A281 road 3 miles southeast from Horsham.

A52 road

The A52 is a major road in the East Midlands, England. It runs east from a junction with the A53 at Newcastle-under-Lyme near Stoke-on-Trent via Ashbourne, Derby, Stapleford, Nottingham, West Bridgford, Bingham, Grantham, Boston and Skegness to t ...

W. G. Grace with the English cricket team in Australia in 1873–74

W. G. Grace visited Australia in 1873–74 as captain of "W.G. Graces XI". On the morning of the teams departure from Southampton, he responded to well-wishers by saying that his team "had a duty to perform to maintain the honour of English cricket ...

W. G. Grace with the English cricket team in Australia in 1891–92

W. G. Grace visited Australia in 1873–74 as captain of Lord Sheffields team. Despite his injuries in 1891, few doubted that grace should captain England in Australia the following winter when he led Lord Sheffields team to Australia in 1891-92. A ...

Q42 (Wikidata item)

Q42 is a notable Wikidata item, representing the author Douglas Adams. It has been used as the standard exemplar Wikidata item in several academic papers and published books. The use of the number 42 as the code for this item is a reference to th ...

Chawton

Chawton is a village and civil parish in the East Hampshire district of Hampshire, England. The village lies within the South Downs National Park and is famous as the home of Jane Austen for the last eight years of her life.

Georgian society in Jane Austens novels

Georgian society in Jane Austens novels is the ever-present background of her work, the world in which all her characters are set. Entirely situated during the reign of George III, the novels of Jane Austen describe their everyday lives, their jo ...

Green Hedges

Green Hedges was Enid Blytons home from 1938 until near her death. She wrote most of her books there and also held the famous Story Parties there. The house was situated off Penn Road in Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire.

To Be a Pilgrim

"To Be a Pilgrim" is the only hymn John Bunyan is credited with writing, and is indelibly associated with him. It first appeared in Part 2 of The Pilgrims Progress, written in 1684. The hymn recalls the words of Hebrews 11:13: ".and confessed tha ...

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Pino - logical board game which is based on tactics and strategy. In general this is a remix of chess, checkers and corners. The game develops imagination, concentration, teaches how to solve tasks, plan their own actions and of course to think logically. It does not matter how much pieces you have, the main thing is how they are placement!

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