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Bantock

Sir Granville. 1868--1946, British composer. His works include the Hebridean Symphony (1915), five ballets, and three operas
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The council is currently undertaking two refurbishment projects within the wolverhampton art gallery and bantock house museum.
Chapter Three pairs the lesser-known choral and orchestral composer Granville Bantock with the lesser-known poem of Robert Browning, Fifine at the Fair (1872).
Their son Hamilton Bantock was involved with MI6 and may have introduced the next tenant, Harry Philby, a leading British fascist, Arabist and father of the infamous KGB agent, Kim.
In-vitro diagnostics company Accelerate Diagnostics Inc (NasdaqCM:AXDX) reported on Monday the addition of Pete Bantock as its chief commercial officer with immediate effect.
The trio had defeated Guernsey in the quarter-finals to set up a semi-final against South Africa which they lost and left them with the medal match against the English team of Rob Newman, Graham Shad and Mark Bantock.
He also discreetly introduced some forgotten Victorians, and so Bantock, Sterndale Bennett and Stanford are represented, Boult did not turn his nose up at Eric Coates, and the story goes on because after a hiatus (Itter took some time to acclimatise himself to digital sound) the entire catalogue is now available once more.
It was her team that initiated the project meetings with library stall, Jocelyn Courtney, Kylie Peters and arranged to bring in Liam Bantock, a youth worker from Greensborough Salvation Army.
From May 1st-July 6th, Bantock House Museum in Wolverhampton will be hosting an exhibition focusing on deaf history, 'Unheard Stories'.
The place also doubles as home for Anton Bantock, the 74-year-old founder and only lecturer.
LEVEL 2 - British Racing School: Shelley Bantock (N Henderson), Heidi Cumbley (J Holt), Polly Hammond (H Daly), Michaela Inness (G LMoore), Sam Jukes (M Scudamore), Nathalie Viklund (B de Haan).
Alex Marshall and Paul Foster b eat England's Ian Bond and Mark Bantock 11-6 2-12 2-0 to hoover up the Commonwealth pairs title - but only after thousands of beetles that had interrupted the final had been vaccuumed away.
Nick Bantock - Reading from "The Morning Star," 7:30 p.