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Wootton

Barbara (Frances), Baroness of Abinger. 1897--1988, English economist, educationalist, social scientist, and criminologist
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What started as an impromptu event grew larger than anyone in the town could have imagined and Wootton Bassett soon became a place where families and friends of fallen servicemen, including several from the West Midlands, shared their grief.
DAVID Cameron offered a "heartfelt thank you" to the people of Wootton Bassett yesterday for honouring fallen British troops in the past four years.
FOR some time, I have thought that an honour should be given to the town of Wootton Bassett.
The Oxfordshire townsfolk of Carterton emulated the respect shown in Wootton Bassett as they stood silently and bowed their heads.
THE family of the first fallen British serviceman to be repatriated since ceremonies ended in Wootton Bassett were yesterday "overwhelmed" as they were joined by thousands of people in Oxfordshire.
Yesterday the Oxfordshire townsfolk of Carterton emulated the respect shown in Wootton Bassett as they stood silently and bowed their heads.
BEFORE Lance Corporal Stephen Monkhouse left for Afghanistan, he sat with his mother, watching on TV the repatriation of a fallen soldier through the streets of Wootton Bassett.
WOOTTON Bassett richly deserves Royal recognition status.
OUR report that the Wootton Bassett parades honouring our war dead are to be axed sparked an angry response.
Shards of glass had been removed from an ugly head wound inflicted on Damon Wootton, of Prince's Street, Rhyl.
Very smart it looks too, perched neatly, and colourfully, in one corner of the garden, a fun retreat for active boys and just one, tiny, attraction of Wootton Grange Farmhouse.
Prior to Balfour, Pariser was a lead investment partner of Jones Lang Wootton USA, where he started his professional career in 1978 and remained there until 1994.