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Linacre

Thomas. ?1460--1524, English humanist and physician: founded the Royal College of Physicians (1518)
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LINACRE William (Bill) A beautiful memory dearer than gold Of a father whose worth can never be told.
"Our list of clients has undergone change as we seek clients where we can add value and make an economic return," Mr Linacre commented.
There were also almost nine times as many people having to rely on food banks in Linacre than Ainsdale last year.
The input of youth into the 67th Rolex Sydney Hobait was not lost on CYCA Commodore Garry Linacre. "Jessica Watson and her young crewr--their results are a great lead-in for youth to be involved," he said.
Chesterfield-born Linacre was one of the leading players of his generation, forming a brief but strong Boro partnership with Wilf Mannion in the late 1940s and early 1950s.
TO MAKE a donation, cheques should be made payable to Merseyside Forum, 114, Linacre Lane, Bootle, L20 6ES or contact merseyforum.kitty_wilkinson @hotmail.co.uk
Since then the association, which Mr Linacre describes as an academic and technical body with engineers and mathematicians among its 500 active members, has monitored and researched the use of weights and measures across the world.
| Forrest Cup: Maghull 'C' 0, Waterloo 'A' 5; Waterloo 5, Wavertree Labour 'F' 0; Wavertree Labour 'E' 5, Linacre 2; BSM 'E' 5, Arriva 'B' 3.
ECHO reader Tanya Baucher took the photograph of the vehicle parked on Linacre Road,Bootleby the junction with Stanley Road.
The evening was organised by the Associates Committee with Commodore Garry Linacre and David Gotze, President of Yachting Australia, in attendance.
The 104-year-old Linacre Methodist Mission, in Litherland, can now press ahead with plans to transform its community centre.