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Greville

Fulke , 1st Baron Brooke. 1554--1628, English poet, writer, politician, and diplomat: Chancellor of the Exchequer (1614--22); author of The Life of the Renowned Sir Philip Sidney (1652)
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Ashburnham star Nia Greville, herself a former Welsh Girls Champion, will also make her debut with Bethan Morris (Tenby), Georgia Lewis (Llanishen), Lauren Hillier (Newport), Chloe Williams (Wrexham), Samantha Birks and Katherine O'Connor, the West Byfleet-based Welsh champion completing the team.
When the show visited Stratford-upon-Avon, the comedian calmly threw in the theory that Greville might have been the "true" author of the greatest literary works ever written.
Fulke Greville was born just eight miles down the road from William Shakespeare (inset)
e cadets were paraded in front of war heroes as well as the Duke of Northumberland as Brigadier Greville Bibby presented them with their Capstar and beret as well as carrying out their rst inspection.
Greville was delighted to win the title in her last year before moving up to the ladies and was also more than happy to be picked in the Wales Girls team for the Home Internationals in St Anne's next month.
Against Ireland Williams and Griffiths lost their foursomes but Lockett and Evans won and Greville and Georgia Lewis halved to make it 1.
Fond, respectful and some fittingly irreverent tributes have been paid to Moseley stalwart Greville Edwards following his death at the age of 76.
Molly Bloom's daughter Milly is depicted working for a local photographer, while in Stephen Hero the protagonist whiles away some time counting the buttons in the barmaid's blouse at the Greville Arms hotel.
Paul Greville, Blain Leharte and Stephen Bardon kept the Midlanders in touch, and they narrowed the gap to two with Dan Carthy's 32ndminute goal.
First round one of the Presidents Cup in which the biggest winners were Old Bill & Bull who came up with an 8-1 victory over Greville Arms.
GUY Harwood paid a warm tribute to his former stable jockey Greville Starkey, who died this week at the age of 70 after an eight-year battle with cancer.
The 17th monument was built by Fulke Greville, a writer and contemporary of Shakespeare who some believe is the true author of several of the Bard's works.