It's 25 years ago that myself, Billy Hardy, George
Feeney and Dave Garside were competing when this area was struggling after the pits and the mines closed.
London, Nov 12 ( ANI ): Literary works by Thomas Hardy, George
Eliot and EM Forster have fallen in popularity over the last two decades, according to a new research.
The Victorians liked this, and enjoyed the realities of Thomas Hardy, George
Elliot and Dickens.
Back row, from left: Alf Beckwith, Arthur Hardy, George
Parker, Stan Blenkinsop and Joe Barraclough; middle row: Friend Mountain, Joe Hirst, Horace Thorpe and Albert Metcalf; front row: Frank Reynolds, Wilf Thorpe, mascot Arthur Gunson, Edwin Fisher and Harry Goward.
It was signed by: Bob Craig, Mavis Knight, Patricia Hardy, George
Clayton, Marsha Farney, Thomas Ratliff, Lawrence Allen, Michael Soto, and Mary Helen Berlanga.
Under 11: Merseyside League: Wirral 2 (Joe Hardy, George
Harry) Warrington 1; Huyton 1 (Callum Lucy) Kirkby 0; St Helens 3 (Joshua Agbozo 2, Rory Middleton) Bootle 3..
The film includes footage of comic actor Glenn Melvyn, George Formby, Victor Borge, Charlie Chaplin, Laurel and Hardy, George
Carl and Max Wall.
ENGLISH: Charles Dickens, Jane Austen, Thomas Hardy, George
Eliot, at least one play by Shakespeare.
The theatre opened in July 1907 and top names in entertainment have appeared there including Charlie Chaplin, Laurel and Hardy, George
Formby and The Beatles.
The warmth generated by Hope and Crosby and the respect they held for each other surely puts them up there with the other acts like Ben Lyon and Bebe Daniels, Laurel and Hardy, George
Burns and Gracie Allen!
There is no place for Thomas Hardy, George
Orwell or Laurence Olivier.
The letters of greatest interest to the readers of Studies in the Novel will probably be those that Gissing exchanged with fellow novelists Henry James, Joseph Conrad, Thomas Hardy, George