North East

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Sir Bobby Robson Foundation
... Based in the North East of England, the Foundation was launched on 25 March 2008 in the name of Sir Bobby Robson, himself a cancer sufferer five times since 1992 ... the Foundation would turn its attention to funding other cancer related projects in the North East of England ... behind a legacy for future cancer victims in the North East and give something back to the NHS in return for the care he had received in his own battles against cancer ...
Local Food Hero - Series 1 (2006) - Regional Finalists and Winner - North East
... The regional scout for the North East was Brian Turner ... Northumbrian Quality Meats (regional winner) Ryebury of Helmsley The Whitby Catch Helmsley Walled Garden Langthorne’s Buffalo Produce Carroll’s Heritage Potatoes The Comfort Food Company Greens of Whitby ...
Loei City F.C. - Season By Season Record
... Top goalscorer Division P W D L F A Pts Pos Name Goals 2009 North-East 45. 1st 2010 North-East 67. 1st 2011 North-East 20. 3 ...
North East, Pennsylvania - Economy
... North East's economy is primarily based on grapes ... Vineyards carpet the township and there are at least 5 large wineries in the area ...
List Of Current Members Of The National Assembly Of Malawi
... - City West Malawi Congress Party Ishmael Chafukila Lilongwe - North West Malawi Congress Party Kashon Zombolana Chakwantha Lilongwe - North Malawi Congress Party D ... Chibwana Ntchisi - East Malawi Congress Party A ... Chika Dowa - South East Malawi Congress Party B ...

Famous quotes containing the words east and/or north:

    Though the words Canada East on the map stretch over many rivers and lakes and unexplored wildernesses, the actual Canada, which might be the colored portion of the map, is but a little clearing on the banks of the river, which one of those syllables would more than cover.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    Ah, how shall you know the dreary sorrow at the North Gate,
    With Li Po’s name forgotten,
    And we guardsmen fed to the tigers.
    Li Po (701–762)