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Middle-earth

an old-fashioned name for “world”: scene of J. R. R. Tolkien’s fantasies. [Br. Lit.: The Hobbit; The Lord of the Rings]
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Society chairman Peter Ennor last night said: "We were hoping they were going to put in studs which would be less obvious or less intrusive with the street scene.
Peter Ennor, chairman of Alnwick Civic Society, who does not want to see the market place parking spaces painted
Carthew is particularly good in evoking the changing weather and inhospitable landscapes of the moor in winter, using them to reflect the bleak future which awaits her characters, and there is an emotional depth to her writing which draws us into Ennor's head and heart.
Ennor's former journalist col leagues turned out in strength, and Tim Richards, Geoff Lester and Claude Du-val spoke in similar vein when they addressed the congregation individually.
Six runners have been declared for the Chris Poole And George Ennor Celebration Novices' Chase, one of four races being run in memory of the press-room doyens.
GEORGE ENNOR was a true and exceptional friend to me ever since my days on the racing pages of the Evening Standard, and I was also among the journalists who went to his funeral to bid a very sad farewell.
They gathered at a private service at St Peter's Church in Woodmancote, near Henfield, where Ennor lived.
It is for straightforward, honest reporting such as this that I will always remember George Ennor.
However, the Ennor family stress that everyone will be welcome to attend a memorial service to celebrate the life of George at a date to be announced but probably in late February or early March.
Ennor was a man of unabashed right-wing views, but even we soppy liberals who, in political terms, could never agree with him about what day of the week it was, recognised that an extraordinary amount of simple humanity underpinned the stringency of his opinions.
RACING journalists know how to let their hair down, but there was a black cloud hanging over many of the Hogmanay celebrations last night following the death of George Ennor, who passed away yesterday.