tidemill


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tidemill

(ˈtaɪdˌmɪl)
n
a watermill powered by the force of the tide
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Contract notice: Depford lounge centre management for arts, Culture and community services and facilities management for depford lounge and tidemill academy
FINALIST ~Flowmill Commissioned by Arts Council England for the Cultural Olympiad, the tidemill, affectionately called ~Flow bore the weight of more than 40,000 visitors and saw the tide turn more than 700 times during a summer on the Tyne.
Officially a tidemill, Flow makes sounds generated by the tidal current passing beneath its huge wheel and also by the sludge and salt content of the water.
Two bonuses of pounds 10,000 each were paid to Mr Elms over the past two academic years for his efforts at Tidemill Academy in Lewisham, South London.
The best paid was an unnamed teacher from Essex on pounds 232,500, followed by Mark Elms, the head teacher of Tidemill Primary School in Lewisham, south east London, on pounds 231,400.
Mark Elms, head of Tidemill Primary School in south-east London, was given a remuneration package of Au276,523 for 2009/10 including employers' pension, according to an analysis of Lewisham Council's accounts.
A primary school head of Tidemill Primary School, Mark Elms, is earning a whopping package of 276,000 pound.
The House Mill is genuine enough -- the largest surviving tidemill in England, which the River Lea Tidal Mill Trust has now largely restored thanks to 1[pounds sterling] million-plus in grants from English Heritage, City Challenge and others.
Lewisham has invested in excess of GBP 50 000 000 in the regeneration of Deptford including the new Deptford Train Station, Deptford Lounge and Tidemill School and public realm works to Deptford Hiigh Street and Douglas Way.
The musical tidemill was commissioned to celebrate the London 2012 Olympic Games for the Cultural Olympiad and will be bringing its own musical sounds to the River Tyne over spring and summer.
It was revealed last year that Mark Elms, of Tidemill school in Deptford, South London, was on pounds 240,000.
Mark Elms, head of Tidemill Primary School in south-east London, was given a remuneration package of pounds 276,523 for 2009/10 including employers' pension, according to an analysis of council accounts.