Leatherhead


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Leatherhead

a town in S England, in Surrey. Pop.: 42 885 (2001)
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Leatherhead Road will be used as part of the RideLondon event on Sunday, August 4, where hundreds of cyclists will ride through.
Randalls Road, after which Emma's family home is named, is to be found within Leatherhead while Mr Knightley - a family friend and Emma's love interest - is a real person mentioned in one of the town's churches.
The original tie ended 1-1 with Leatherhead - the Surrey market town that sounds most like a horror-movie villain - taking an early lead.
17 September 2015 - UK-based technology consulting company Science Group plc (AIM: SAG) has acquired the operating business and assets, excluding the freehold property, of UK-based food and drink industry technical consultancy Leatherhead Food International Ltd., the company said.
Contact Leatherhead Food Research on tel 01372 376761 or visit www.leatherheadfood.com
Leatherhead Food Research is proposing a collaborative project to examine alternatives to phosphates.
The report, however, said that many environmentalists feel that the unique chalklands of the Leatherhead Downs, where the course was supposed to be built, may never recover from the damage already done.
The U.K.-based research firm Leatherhead Food Research conducted a report on free-from foods last year, examining food and beverage industries around the world.
A new report on the food colors market, combining market expertise from Mintel and Leatherhead Food Research, showed that the value of natural colors has overtaken that of artificial/synthetic colors on a global scale for the first time.
Badri Patarkatsishvili, 52, collapsed and died late on Tuesday at his home in Leatherhead, a leafy suburban commuter town southwest of London, police confirmed.
Badri Patarkatsishvili, 52, was found dead at his country mansion outside Leatherhead, Surrey, at about 11pm last night.
Pira International, Leatherhead, Surrey, U.K., will host a Biodegradable Hygiene Products conference next month.