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Hereward

called Hereward the Wake. 11th-century Anglo-Saxon rebel, who defended the Isle of Ely against William the Conqueror (1070--71): a subject of many legends
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Hereward College specialises in skills training for independent living and employment for young people with disabilities and additional needs.
Between September 2017 and June 2018, WM Housing took on nine internships from Hereward College, which supports young people with disabilities.
If the pilot is successful, the bakery is aiming to plant 200 acres of the Hereward wheat next year.
"So, we are going back to our roots by planting the Hereward wheat which was famed for its wonderful taste.
Hereward wheat was popular in the 1970s and 1980s but in recent years its dominance as the millers' favourite has been threatened by higher yielding varieties.
Last week, and now aged 81, old Betty popped into the Hereward pub in Ely, Cambs, for a sarnie and half-a-pint.
GRANDMOTHER Betty Wilbraham, 82, was shocked when she was asked to remove her hat after popping into the Hereward pub, in Ely, Cambs, for lunch earlier this month.
Betty Willbraham was stunned by the request from staff at The Hereward in Ely, Cambridgeshire.
He has played with many artists, including Hereward Kaye of the Flying Pickets.
UK supplier of committed grain, Centaur Grain has agreed a two-year addition to their contract to supply Hereward milling wheat to Warburtons, independent UK baker.
"Artists," said the late Hereward Lester Cooke, "should be the key witnesses to history in the making." Cooke was the National Gallery's painting curator and an adviser to NASA's self-promotional art program.