1834: Thomas Telford
, Scottish engineer, road, bridge and canal builder, died in London and was buried in Westminster Abbey.
It comes as the school becomes part of the Thomas Telford
Multi-Academy Trust, joining Thomas Telford
School, Madeley Academy, Sandwell Academy, Walsall Academy and Redhill Primary Academy.
"I can't thank my teachers enough at Thomas Telford
School for the support they gave me to enable me to pass my exams."
FOOTBALL: Thomas Telford
student Sophie Bramford is starting the season with an international boost after a call-up to the England Under-18 squad.
OLDER people in Anglesey are invited to try Zumba at a free taster class at The Thomas Telford
Centre in Menai Bridge on Tuesday, August 6, at 5pm.
The library, which was left a bequest in Thomas Telford
's will, holds a wide range of books.
DNA testing confirmed the identity as Private Thomas Telford
Edmundson, a 20-year-old from Sunderland who died on April 26, 1915, and whose body had never been accounted for.
Private Thomas Telford
Edmundson is laid to rest, more than a century after his death
The team are moving forward with the positive momentum gained from their first matches, and looking forward to meeting Thomas Telford
again in a League Match later this week.
It follows a week-long public vote to choose between three historical Scottish figures - Mary Somerville, James Clerk Maxwell and Thomas Telford
- judged to have made significant contributions to the field of science and innovation.
Eye was glad to see engineer Thomas Telford
reach the top three nominations.
A shortlist - including physicist James Clerk Maxwell, science writer Mary Somerville and engineer Thomas Telford
- has been drawn up for use on the notes, which will be brought out later this year.