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Kilvert

(ˈkɪlvət)
n
(Biography) Francis. 1840–79, British clergyman and diarist. His diary (published 1938–40) gives a vivid account of life in the Welsh Marches in the 1870s
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The renowned production team includes director of photography John Toll, ASC ("Vanilla Sky," Academy Award winner for his cinematography in "Legends of the Fall"); editor Steven Rosenblum ("Glory," "Legends of the Fall," "Courage Under Fire," "The Siege"); and production designer Lilly Kilvert ("Legends of the Fall," "The Siege").
To celebrate the achievement, chairman Richard Sapcote, and employees Mark Kilvert, Peter McGann and Gordon Peyton, brought together over 100 years of service to mark the completion of one of the company's latest projects, a new cricket pavilion at Coventry University.
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To the west of the cathedral city in the lovely countryside of the Wye Valley, it was home to the Rev Robert Francis Kilvert, who won posthumous world fame for his diaries.
Eastnor Castle, near Ledbury, is the superb setting for the second Art of Living Fair organised by the Kilvert Gallery, next week.
But it remains a 19th century market town that the Victorian diarist the Rev Francis Kilvert, who served as a curate in nearby Clyro, would still easily recognise.