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Burbage

1. James. ?1530--97, English actor and theatre manager, who built (1576) the first theatre in England
2. his son, Richard. ?1567--1619, English actor, associated with Shakespeare
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At a site considered safe and equipped with tree-trimming equipment, front-end loaders, and a volunteer staff ready to begin work at first light, "we battened down the hatches and waited," Burbage says.
The grounds maintenance and forestry work supervised by Burbage is also vital.
Rectory Mews in Burbage has such a lot to offer local home buyers who are in the market for a property which boasts all the benefits that village life has to offer yet with the city of Leicester and the town of Hinckley just a short commute.
Fillongley are the other finalists after scorching to a seven wickets win over Burbage at The Parks.
COLLYCROFT lifted the Albert Robbins Rose Bowl for the first time in their Nuneaton Thursday Cricket League history after a tight struggle against lower division opponents Burbage.