Former dinner lady Jeanette Orrey
, who inspired TV chef Jamie Oliver's school meals campaign, said: "We need to redouble our efforts to ensure everyone has access to nutritious and affordable food.
He cites Die Loreley, not in context of German lieder, but as an antecedent to the chromaticism of Richard Wagner's Tristan und Isolde, (4) A somewhat lengthier treatment of Liszt's songs appears in The New Oxford History of Music, where Leslie Orrey
provides a brief synopsis of Liszt's important works and stylistic traits.
(Roger Boyle) wrote an adaptation of Guzman in 1669; Thomas Duffet produced The Spanish Rogue in 1673; Aphra Behn named a character Guzman; William Congreve owned copies of Lazarillo and Guzman, as well as two copies of Don Quixote in the original Spanish.
The award was formally presented to the team at a Food in Education Event, held at the Textile Centre by Jeanette Orrey
MBE, a leading expert on school food.
She proposes to demonstrate her claims by examining plays by Orrey
, Howard, Shadwell, Rochester, Dryden, Lee, Settle, Crowne, and Ravenscroft, among others, as well as poems by Marvell and Milton.
Godolphin trainer Saeed Bin Surour won the Diamond Jubilee in 1995 when it was run as the Cork And Orrey
Stakes (G3) with So Factual, but has been unsuccessful in subsequent attempts.
In Charleville, County Cork, in early 1660, Patrick Fitzmaurice, Baron Kerry, petitioned Roger Boyle, first earl of Orrey
and President of Munster, to issue a special warrant to have a woman recently acquitted of witchcraft by a grand jury re-arrested and placed in Cork jail for bewitching his wife, Honora.
, school meals policy advisor for the Food for Life Partnership, was awarded an MBE for services to food in schools.
In education there is an MBE for dinner lady Jeanette Orrey
, who inspired Jamie Oliver's campaign for healthier school meals through her own work at St Peter's Primary School in East Bridgford near Nottingham.
SUCCESS ON A PLATE Nottingham dinner lady Jeanette Orrey
And for that a large measure of thanks must go to Jeanette Orrey
The family of Committed, successful in the Cork and Orrey
(now Golden Jubilee Stakes) in 1984, was represented once again at Royal Ascot in 2006 when her grandson Petrovich was a close second in the Listed Hampton Court Stakes.