Oakham


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Oakham

(ˈəʊkəm)
n
(Placename) a market town in E central England, the administrative centre of Rutland. Pop: 9620 (2001)
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Samantha Harvey's new novel is a carefully paced mystery that takes place during the four days before Lent in the small medieval British village of Oakham. When the town's wealthiest and most worldly resident, Tom Newman, is reported missing, rumors fly.
LEICESTERSHIRE MERIT C OAKHAM 2XV 7 SHEPSHED 40 SHEPSHED RFC travelled to Oakham on Saturday and worked tirelessly from the start, with Darren Perry scoring an early try converted by Blake Turner.
OAKHAM Primary School in Sandwell is the best state-funded primary school in Birmingham and the surrounding area, according to a comprehensive new guide.
The Oakham coffee table is another fantastic addition to a living area and features a weathered oak finish, adding a touch of personality.
Elyse Villani stole the headlines at Oakham School as she plundered 137 runs from 112 balls - finding the boundary rope no fewer than 20 times in a scintillating innings, with the reigning World Cup champion posting a score of 324 for five.
United Kingdom-based marketing agency, Porterhouse Medical Ltd, has promoted Richard Oakham as its creative services manager, it was reported yesterday.
Vaughan, who now lives in Saudi Arabia, admitted visiting him at university after he left Oakham School in Rutland, East Mids, but insisted they did not have sex until August that year.
RUGBY construction firm Stepnell has won a major contract to build a new classroom block at Rutland-based Oakham School.
Independent food consortium Caterforce has selected RPC Containers Oakham to manufacture the packs for its latest range of products.
on Friday, June 21st 2013 at Oakham Methodist Church, Northgate, Oakham, LE15 6QS.
Up to 25 per cent post-consumer recycled material is being used in polypropylene paint cans moulded by RPC Containers Oakham for Akzo Nobel's Dulux brand.