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The Urswick School

The Urswick School is a co-educational secondary school and sixth form located in the Hackney Central area of the London Borough of Hackney, England1 The school is named after Christopher Urswick, the Rector of the Parish of Hackney from 1502 to 1522, and a close friend of King Henry VII and his mother, Margaret Beaufort2 It was established in 1520 as Hackney Free School In 1722, it joined with a parochial charity school to form Hackney Free and Parochial School The school moved to its present location after 1856 The school was significantly rebuilt and expanded in 2011 and was renamed The Urs...

Church of St John-at-Hackney

The Church of St John-at-Hackney is situated in the London Borough of Hackney It was built in 1792, in an open field, north east of Hackney's medieval parish church, of which only St Augustine's Tower remains Separated by the southern extension of Lower Clapton Road, it looks north to the late Georgian Clapton Square Contents 1 History 11 St Augustine's Church 12 Growing congregation 13 New church 14 Fire damage and repairs 2 Current clergy 3 Other burials 4 References 5 Sources 6 External links Historyedit The Church of St John-at-Hackney was designed by James Spiller and built in ...

Holy Trinity Church, Dalston

Holy Trinity Church, Dalston, also known as the Clowns’ Church is a Church of England parish church in Beechwood Road in the borough of Hackney, north London1 It is in the parish of Holy Trinity with St Philip Dalston and All Saints Church, Haggerston St Philip having been bombed during the war and demolished some time between 1947 and 19522 From 1998 to 2014, the vicar was Rose Hudson-Wilkin, who also holds the roles of Speaker’s chaplain to the House of Commons, priest vicar at Westminster Abbey and chaplain to the Queen34 Contents 1 History and design 2 The Clowns' Church 3 References ...

BMT Limited

BMT previously British Maritime Technology Group Ltd was established in 1985 as an international multidisciplinary engineering, science and technology consultancy1 offering services particularly in the defence, energy, environment, maritime transport, marine risk and insurance, shipping and general transportation sectors The company is structured as an Employee Benefit Trust BMT specialises in design, design support, risk and contract management and salvage BMT provides services through 29 subsidiary companies focussed by geography, technology and/or market sector It operates from 70 offices i...

LGC

LGC may refer to: LGC Ltd, a British company providing analytical services, formed after the privatisation of the Laboratory of the Government Chemist LaGrange Callaway Airport IATA code LGC, airport in Georgia, USA Landmark Graphics Corporation, a subsidiary of Halliburton, US/Dubai-based oilfield services corporation Learner-generated context, educational term Letchworth Garden City, commonly known as Letchworth, town in Hertfordshire, England Linton Global College, college of Hannam University, South Korea Local Government Chronicle, British weekly magazine Local Government Commission disa...

Teddington, Gloucestershire

Teddington is a village and parish in Gloucestershire, England Contents 1 Sights 2 Population 3 History 4 Surrounding area 5 See also 6 References 7 External links Sightsedit The village is fortunate to have an ancient church that is thought to date from the 12th Century The interior wall has a partially faded mural of the Lion and the Unicorn that dates from the second half of the 17th century It also contains an arch sourced from Hailes Abbey after the latter was destroyed following the dissolution of the monasteries Populationedit The village has a population of less than 300, of wh...

Sydenham, New South Wales

For other places called Sydenham, see Sydenham disambiguation Sydenham Sydney, New South Wales R class tram no 1923 at Sydenham railway station, 20 November 1954 Trams in Sydney services Sydenham Coordinates 33°55′5″S 151°9′48″E / 3391806°S 15116333°E / -3391806; 15116333Coordinates: 33°55′5″S 151°9′48″E / 3391806°S 15116333°E / -3391806; 15116333 Population 1,145 2016 census1 Postcodes 2044 Location 8 km 5 mi south of Sydney CBD LGAs Inner West Council State electorates Heffron Federal Divisions Grayndler Suburbs around Sydenha...

Billy Zane

William George "Billy" Zane Jr born February 24, 1966 is an American actor and producer He is best known for playing Hughie in the thriller Dead Calm 1989, Kit Walker / The Phantom in the superhero film The Phantom 1996, Caledon Hockley in the epic romantic disaster film Titanic 1997, and for his television role as John Wheeler in the serial drama series Twin Peaks His other film credits include roles in the science fiction comedies Back to the Future 1985 and Back to the Future Part II 1989, the Western film Tombstone 1993, the horror film Demon Knight 1995, and the comedy-drama CQ 2001 Co...

Flora Klickmann

Emily Flora Klickmann 26 January 1867 – 20 November 1958 was an English journalist, author and editor She was the second editor of the Girl's Own Paper, but became best known for her Flower-Patch series of books of anecdotes, autobiography and nature description Contents 1 Life 2 Bibliography 21 The Flower-Patch Series 22 Others 3 See also 4 References 5 External links Lifeedit Flora Klickmann was born on 26 January 1867 in Brixton, London, one of six children of German-born Rudolf Klickmann and his wife, Fanny Warne The family moved to Sydenham in south London when Flora was in her...

Lionel Logue

Lionel George Logue, CVO 26 February 1880 – 12 April 1953 was an Australian speech and language therapist and amateur stage actor who successfully treated, among others, King George VI, who had a pronounced stammer Contents 1 Early life and family 2 Professional career 21 Treatment of George VI 3 Honours 4 Personal life 5 Death 6 In popular culture 7 See also 8 References 9 External links Early life and familyedit Lionel George Logue was born in College Town, Adelaide, South Australia, the oldest of four children His grandfather Edward Logue, originally from Dublin, set up Logue's B...