Hereward


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Hereward

(ˈhɛrɪwəd)
n
(Biography) called Hereward the Wake. 11th-century Anglo-Saxon rebel, who defended the Isle of Ely against William the Conqueror (1070–71): a subject of many legends
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Haply they think me old; but they shall find, alone and childless as I am, the blood of Hereward is in the veins of Cedric.
STUDENTS at Hereward College in Coventry have launched a campaign to tackle the problem of pavement parking.
Contract award notice: Hereward is a College for young people with disabilities and additional needs, based in Coventry.
Born in New York City on 22 December 1918, Hereward Senior was brought up in Long Island's Nassau County.
Pervert James Neville, 52, from Chelmsley Wood, won the confidence of staff and parents when he worked at Hereward College in Coventry.
Patrick Kelly, age 67, died after he was involved in the pile-up on Dudley Road, near its junction with Hereward Rise, in Haleso-wen, just after 5.
Napier has fallen to the same 6% share as Hereward and Malacca.
Last week, and now aged 81, old Betty popped into the Hereward pub in Ely, Cambs, for a sarnie and half-a-pint.
GRANDMOTHER Betty Wilbraham, 82, was shocked when she was asked to remove her hat after popping into the Hereward pub, in Ely, Cambs, for lunch earlier this month.
Retired teacher Betty Wilbraham, from Ely, Cambridgeshire, was asked to remove her rain hat before sitting down to eat at The Hereward in Ely.
Betty Willbraham was stunned by the request from staff at The Hereward in Ely, Cambridgeshire.
He has played with many artists, including Hereward Kaye of the Flying Pickets.