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Hornby

Nick. born 1958, British writer; his books include the memoir Fever Pitch (1992; filmed 1997) and the bestselling novels About a Boy (1998; filmed 2002) and How To Be Good (2001)
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The Hornby factory, in Binns Road, in Wavertree, developed an affordable range of model speed boats in the early 1930s which eventually had 10 sizes with many variants and colours; all the pressed tin-plate boats had beautiful lines and well designed strong packaging for storage.
To compound matters, interim chairman David Adams has told the Hornby board he intends to step down to take up another appointment.
The departure was "mutually agreed", Hornby said, and Mr Cooke will remain in place for a transitional period.
The $26 million redevelopment of Hornby High School is a significant undertaking with 90 per cent of the existing school buildings being demolished and replaced with modern facilities, says Mr Macindoe.
375 pence per Hornby share significantly undervalues Hornby and its future prospects.
22 June 2017 - UK-based toy train maker Hornby plc (LSE: HRN) believes that a buyout offer from Phoenix UK Fund significantly undervalues the company, Hornby said on Thursday.
However, Hornby said a consultation found that shareholders including Phoenix Asset Management Partners Limited, Ruffer LLP and Downing LLP - which together represent a 53.
The move came as Kent-based Hornby warned it would make a loss of between PS5.
The move came as Kent-based Hornby warned they would make a loss of between PS5.
Harry Hadfield, prosecuting, told Teesside Crown Court that Hornby was disarmed by a woman who saw her with the knife in her right hand.
Hornby denied two charges of sexual assault and two charges of sexual assault by penetration on the girl but he was convicted at an earlier hearing.
2 FEVER PITCH (1997) NICK Hornby wrote the novel and screenplay of this romantic comedy starring Colin Firth as a football-mad English teacher.