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Astbury

John. 1688--1743, English potter; earliest of the great Staffordshire potters
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Mr Astbury said a Renault Megane, driven by Kieran Platt, 21, and travelling at more than twice the 30mph speed limit, then came up behind the Mondeo and clipped the front of the car.
Mr Downing said: "We have established a fantastic vision, secured planning permission, and now have a wonderful opportunity at The Astbury to deliver something truly world-class for golf in the region.
Adam Jackson, managing director at Astbury Marsden, said: "The City has made significant steps in combating gender equality but more can still be done to ensure that at all levels both genders are treated equally.
Mark Cameron, chief operating officer at Astbury Marsden, said: "Optimism is high and an increase on contract hires is an early indicator of recovery in the City jobs market - but there is a fly in the ointment.
Nobody has been ruled in or out." Mrs Astbury, of Hednesford, Staffs, died while being treated for fractures to her arm and pelvis.
Astbury Marsden also found commodity trading and corporate stock broking the most male-dominated sectors of the financial services.
Mark Cameron, chief operating officer at Astbury Marsden, said: "A fast-growing, low-tax and bankfriendly environment like Singapore stands as a perfect antidote to the comparatively high tax and antibanker sentiment of London and New York.
While whippet-thin guitarist Billy Duffy remained every inch the rock star, Astbury looked out of shape.
As ever, Astbury had a lot to say, whether showing off his original Glasgow accent or tearing into Kasabian for being fakes.
Astbury Falls enjoys a 12-month let or holiday-home licence, and there's already been strong interest from ex-pat purchasers who have properties abroad but wish to keep a smaller place in England to use while visiting families back in the UK.
UK Chief Coastguard John Astbury has confirmed his agency will call upon the services of the proposed new volunteer lifeboat for the Northumberland port, as long as it meets the required standards for maritime search and rescue operations.
Marie Astbury, 47, is said to have stolen up to PS29,000 from Busy Nought to Fives Nursery, in Wirral.