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Rackham

Arthur. 1867--1939, English artist, noted for his book illustrations, esp of fairy tales
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THE owner of Birmingham department store, once known as Rackhams, is said to be in talks over a possible takeover, with Newcastle United chief Mike Ashley among the potential buyers.
ASTON Villa fans' reaction to the possible Birmingham City takeover must be similar to the dread felt when Rackhams first laid eyes on the extravagant plans for Selfridges.
Morgan, originally from Aston, was jailed in February 1996 after the violent spree at Birmingham's Rackhams store on December 8, 1994.
If the food hall--opening in September on the ground floor of House of Fraser's Rackhams store in Birmingham--is a success, it will be rolled out to selected stores across the estate, said director of food retail Tony Sweet.
It is already a hit in the US but Irish fashion fans have to wait - it's exclusive to House of Fraser in London and Rackhams in Birmingham.
The beer has been named after the back of the former Rackhams store in the city centre, now House Of Fraser, which was once a notorious red light spot.
A SHOP assistant in Rackhams in The Parade, Leamington handed over cash after being threatened with a knife.
Ola, who works in the beauty department of Rackhams in Birmingham, hopes to become a TV presenter while student Helen would like to be a model or actress.
Vouchers may be redeemed at the following stores: London - Selfridges and DH Evans, Oxford Street; Debenhams, Croydon; Fenwicks, Brent Cross; Rackhams, Birmingham.
Over the years, as our pictures show, Santa has also made appearances at The Oratory School in Edgbaston, Pavilions shopping mall, Rackhams in Corporation Street and at the Pallasades.
It will be scissors at five paces for staff from The Salon in Rackhams, Leamington, and Sacci hairdressers in Clay Lane, Stoke, Coventry, tomorrow.