Arundel


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Arundel

a town in S England, in West Sussex: 11th-century castle. Pop.: 3297 (2001)
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is receiving the recognition this award provides to outstanding corporate citizens in Anne Arundel County," said Bob Burden, President & CEO, Annapolis & Anne Arundel County Chamber of Commerce.
Budge said she considered closing down the Big Hearts Community Trust after it emerged administrator Kelly Arundel had plundered accounts to pay off loan sharks.
We provide professional Anne Arundel heating repairs and Anne Arundel air conditioning services.
Arundel, of Thorndyke Avenue, Beechwood, Middlesbrough, denied setting the dog on Mr Bishop and said he since apologised to him.
The newly updated lobby of the 130-room Hampton Inn & Suites Arundel Mills/Baltimore now features a perfect balance of light, open space and comfort, creating an ideal environment for formal business meetings or socializing.
Prosecutor Alex Bozman said Arundel had been in a relationship with Rachel Haigh for a year.
It was only after Hoffman took off his "sloppy hat" that Arundel recognized him as Hoffman, News.
TIM Ambrose has hailed Arundel as a "fantastic" outground and believes Warwickshire delivered a display to match the surroundings when they beat Sussex by eight wickets there last week.
I WISH to thank all those people who contributed to a very successful charity open day at Castle Stables, Arundel on Sunday, May 29.
uk) in Arundel, a delightful little West Sussex town but a million miles from his usual exotic haunts?
CASTLEFORD Tigers' promising teenager Joe Arundel has been given an extended deal until the end of 2012, and will be hoping to return from a leg injury to face Crusaders on Sunday.
The Arundel showhome at McInerney Homes' Wyedale development in Walker, Newcastle, is for sale at pounds 175,000.