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Dorney Berkshire escort service 07956225796 by Exclusive (Member 10252824) on 1-May-2014
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What Difference Would Extra Income Make to Your Life ? by David Taylor (Member 10103609) on 31-Dec-2008
Hi

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Visit my website www.securityforlife.info for further info... more >>
  
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Modern Jive /WCSwing Workshops and Competitions 2008 by S.B (Member 10184513) on 21-Jun-2008
Dancers from across the Globe will descend on Cheshire to compete at the 'UK Star Studded Championships held at Northwich Memorial Hall on the 1st,2nd & 3rd of August.
This is the first time this venue will be used to hold this event, the Saturday evening includes a Modern Jive & West Coast Swing Freestyle.
The competition for the first time will have a Modern Jive category, 'UK Modern Jive ProA... more >>
  
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My Berry Tree by LeCoach (Member 10169670) on 11-Sep-2007
The Berry Tree Overview:
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This patent pending plan is totally unique, no one has anything ... more >>
  
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some twenty years ago by Isabelle Calvo (Member 10198979) on 9-Dec-2006
In 1982, I was an au pair girl in the Williams family who lived in Dorney Reach, Harcourt Road, in Dorney Lodge more precisely. Who can tell me about this family, the two girls Peppa and Ginny and the baby boy who was born in 1982 after I went back to France?
I had long rides with the childen and the two dogs (Peter and Tommy) along the Thames.That was a great time for me.What has become of all ... more >>
  
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Paradyne Computer Systems by Mandy Croft (Member 10021839) on 3-Nov-2006
Wide range of blank media including CD-R, CD-RW, DVD-R DVD-RW, Printable CD / DVD from TDK, Sony, Ritek, Infiniti, Philips, Maxell. DVD Writers. Also printer labels, ink and inkjet photo paper. www.paradynesystems.co.uk   
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Gliding Holidays by Malcolm Jackson (Member 10123942) on 22-Mar-2006
Fancy a holiday with a difference this year? Why not learn to fly gliders at Kent Gliding Club, near Challock, Kent? Visit the website at http://www.kent-gliding-club.co.uk/ for more details.   
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BBC Documentary Series by Rosie Walsh (Member 10178854) on 3-Mar-2006

I am looking for stories from communities around the UK for an intelligent new series on BBC2 this summer.

Do you want to be able to predict the future? Do you need the answer to something that will affect you, your family or your community?

Are you part of a village or town which is involved in something which may affect your future? Perhaps the future of your local school is under th... more >>
  
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Uwist psychology reunion by brian (Member 10125747) on 13-Aug-2004
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Searching for Mabel Ethel Powell by barbara powell (Member 10101025) on 2-Jun-2004
My father, Bertie Powell, was an orphan at the Dorney Children's Home from 1922 to 1927. He was transferred to Dorney from The Home at South Farm, West Overton, near Marlborough. Beatrice Headlam and Jim and Violet Walker ran the Dorney Children's Home as a charitable institution. There were about 40 children who lived here during this time period. The home closed in about 1928. Bertie's friend, L... more >>   
  • Re: Searching for Mabel Ethel Powell by barbara powell (Member 10191391) on 19-Aug-2006
    My father, Albert (Bertie) Powell, was an orphan at the Dorney Children's Home from 1922 to 1927. He was transferred to Dorney from The Home at South Farm, West Overton, near Marlborough. Beatrice Headlam and Jim and Violet Walker ran the Dorney Children's Home as a charitable institution. There were about 40 children who lived here during this time period. The home closed in about 1928. Bertie's ... more >>

  • Re: Searching for Mabel Ethel Powell by Lee (Member 10194770) on 2-Oct-2006
    Hi Barbara, good news and sad news.

    Good news.
    Your fathers birth was registered in the normal way and a copy of his birth certificate is available at the General Registary Office.
    ... more >>

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Fed up with making other people rich!!!!!!!!!!!! by David Taylor (Member 10103609) on 20-Apr-2004
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ADOPTEE / BIRTH PARENT SEARCH by gina (Member 10064319) on 7-Dec-2003
Born to be Found offer a Tracing Service for Adoptee's searching for Birth Parents. We also offer free advice to Birth Parents trying to trace Adopted persons. If you'd like to post a free message on our boards, please visit www.borntobefound.co.uk There is no obligation to use any of our offered Services. Good Luck Gina Gingell borntobefound@aol.com   
  • Re: ADOPTEE / BIRTH PARENT SEARCH by nina elphick (Member 10177153) on 12-Feb-2006
    i am looking for my brother who was born a few years before me from my mothers first marriage, info that have is very sketchy, everything is so expensive i have very limite income have been trying for years but not much luck, because all sites cost too much could you give me some help thank you...

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The East London Advertiser Online by dean saliba (Member 10045372) on 25-Oct-2003
Have you left the East End of London recently? Maybe you were born there and left when you were a child? Maybe you still have family and friends who live in the area? Would you like to read about what is going on around the East End of London? -
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Looking for aunties/family by Barbara Powell (Member 10085844) on 24-Dec-2002
My father, Bertie Powell, was an orphan at the Dorney Children's Home from 1922 to 1927. He is illegitimate and presumed born February 1919. He was transferred to Dorney from The Home at South Farm, West Overton, near Marlborough. Beatrice Headlam and Jim and Violet Walker ran the Dorney Children's Home as a charitable institution. There were about 40 children who lived here during this time p... more >>   
  • Re: Looking for aunties/family by gina (Member 10064319) on 7-Dec-2003
    Born to be Found offer a Tracing Service for Adoptee's searching for Birth Parents. We also offer free advice to Birth Parents trying to trace Adopted persons. If you'd like to post a free message on our boards, please visit www.borntobefound.co.uk There is no obligation to use any of our offered Services. Good Luck Gina Gingell borntobefound@aol.com

    Did you manage to check English Birth Recor... more >>

  • Re: Looking for aunties/family by barbara powell (Member 10191391) on 19-Aug-2006
    My father, Albert (Bertie) Powell, was an orphan at the Dorney Children's Home from 1922 to 1927. He is illegitimate and presumed born February 1919. He was transferred to Dorney from The Home at South Farm, West Overton, near Marlborough. Beatrice Headlam and Jim and Violet Walker ran the Dorney Children's Home as a charitable institution. There were about 40 children who lived here during this t... more >>

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Vegan Families Group by Lesley Dove (Member 10083619) on 25-Nov-2002
Seeking other vegan families in the London and South-East area (all areas), we have a friendly group of us meeting up about 4 times a year. Email me Lesley@vegan4life.org.uk if you are a vegan raising children and want to meet like-minded friends!

Lesley Dove
  
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Dorney 1920 by Bryn Owen (Member 10044771) on 21-Sep-2001
There was a Children's Home in Dorney in the 1920's.
When did the home close and where did the children transfer to?
Any suggestions as to where the records of the Home,if they still exist,may be stored?
Is the building still there and what is it used for today?
Some of the children at the home were emigrated to Canada in the late 1920's.
Thank-you.
  
  • Re: Dorney 1920 by beeches48 (Member 10034918) on 2-Oct-2001
    I lived in Dorney from 1950 to 1972 and I have heard of the Dorney Childrens Home. I believe it was located in Dorney Village (not Dorney Reach).
    I remember that one of the old ladies that lived at Dorney Reach had spent her childhood at the Dorney Childrens Home. Unfortunately she has since passed away.
    There was a family called Roche that lived in Harcourt Road, I believe they researched Dorne... more >>

  • Re: Dorney 1920 by barbara powell (Member 10191391) on 19-Aug-2006
    There was a Children's Home in Dorney in the 1920's. When did the home close and where did the children transfer to? Any suggestions as to where the records of the Home,if they still exist,may be stored? Is the building still there and what is it used for today? Some of the children at the home were emigrated to Canada in the late 1920's.
    It would be great to hear from any of the children who we... more >>

  • Re: Dorney 1920 by Wendy Herbert (Member 10238836) on 10-Jul-2009
    Hi Barbara, I am responding from the Drury family who's family member at Dorney was Victor. He also went to Fairbridge. We got Victor's records from the University of Liverpool. They had a great record keeping for children from Dorney homes, including letters signing Victor over to the Fairbridge scheme, which his mother signed. I remember Victor talking about Bertie and I wish you every succe... more >>

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ha ha ha by davie johnson (Member 10037285) on 13-Jul-2001
At last stoner Gatch has got his dope cartoon and rastagatch site up - check out http://www.geocities.com/halifaxgatch   
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Is anyone attending the Runrig/Great Big Sea in Dorney, venue uncertain, on May 19th? by Rosemary Breschuk-Chiu (Member 10032892) on 14-May-2001
I want to ask a very special favour. My best friend, bassist Murray Foster (formerly of Moxy Fruvous)is the new temporary replacement bass player for Canada's Great Big Sea which is opening for Runrig at Dorney, unsure of venue, May 19th.
He has just emailed me a goodbye note and is enroute to the UK, Germany and Denmark for a 6-week tour with the band. Murray and I correspond frequently, and h... more >>
  
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