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Hereward

called Hereward the Wake. 11th-century Anglo-Saxon rebel, who defended the Isle of Ely against William the Conqueror (1070--71): a subject of many legends
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Hereward is a college for young people with disabilities and additional needs, which provides its learners with a curriculum that focuses on skills for independent living and employment.
The tender project is seeking to appoint a Contractor whose initiative and innovation will be welcomed for the provision of cleaning services within the facilities for Hereward College.
Neville had worked his way through the ranks to the position of mentor at Hereward College, home to around 120 adults, all aged 16 to 25 and with learning difficulties.
Hereward pub staff should be given a lesson in discretion.
The Hereward has been declared a hat-free zone, claiming headgear restricts their CCTV coverage.
Paul and wife Elaine had just returned from a holiday in Las Vegas when he received a surprise call from Hereward asking him to fly out to play at a big music festival in Malaga.
UK supplier of committed grain, Centaur Grain has agreed a two-year addition to their contract to supply Hereward milling wheat to Warburtons, independent UK baker.
Artists," said the late Hereward Lester Cooke, "should be the key witnesses to history in the making.
HEREWARD CARTER, son of Sheffield general manager Jon, died at the weekend from injuries sustained in a serious car crash near the family home in Hawick, Scotland.
ChildLine director Hereward Harrison admitted: "Some children had to ring back several times before they got help.
Hereward the Wake (1865) and his fairy tale The Water - Babies.