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Astbury

(ˈæstbərɪ)
n
(Biography) John. 1688–1743, English potter; earliest of the great Staffordshire potters
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FRP Advisory was last month appointed administrator of four companies which collectively own and operate Astbury Hall, near Bridgnorth in south Shropshire.
Astbury Hall, near Bridgnorth in south Shropshire, is owned by Ken 'KK' Downing, who was one of the founding members of the famous Birmingham band.
Organiser Vaughan Astbury said: "Some of these items had been bought new by the families of the present owners.
Marie Astbury, 48, pocketed the cash payments of parents at the Busy Nought to Fives Nursery.
Partnership with Astbury Marine Services & Associates (AMSA), a specialist shipping and insurance response business is declared by leading maritime security company Maritime Asset Security Training (MAST).
Recruitment company Astbury Marsden has found that senior workers in London't financial services sector are anticipating an average 21% increase in their bonus payouts for this year, the BBC reported on Monday.
Mick Astbury was working on his allotment when he disturbed the adder which sank its fangs into his ankle and then his wrist as tried to get the reptile off.
The eldest and most experienced bowler of the six in this year's competition - for learners and those registered in the last two years - Melissa beat her clubmate Andrew Astbury 9-7 in a thrilling final.
Research by recruitment firm Astbury Marsden suggests the average managing director in a City financial firm will pick up a bonus for this year of PS167,000, which is up from just over PS115,600 last year.
Back in the Barras to play Electric, their 1987 rock rebirth record, Ian Astbury and Billy Duffy knew exactly what they were doing, cranking out one massive anthem after another.
While JS was carrying out research into the life of Thomas Hinsley Astbury (1858-1922; Figure 1), an unusual observation came to light that Astbury made of Saturn during the lunar occultation on 1900 September 3, which might be of interest to readers, especially planetary observers.