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David Bolwell was born in Bradford and educated at the old Fitzmaurice Grammar School. He served an apprenticeship at Wier Electrical in what is now Greenland Mills, working also for Avon Rubber in Kingston Mill.
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Neil Cocking has lived in Bradford-on-Avon for seven years and has a business in central London. He is a former teacher, a member of the Bradford-on-Avon Preservation Trust and a local church organist.
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Sheila Allen moved to Bradford on Avon 25 years ago. Her back ground has been in Banking. She is a founder member of the Royal Society of St.George, Bath and District Branch, and formerly Chairman of the Bradford on Avon Townswomen's Guild.
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It has been heartening to see the coverage of the new Wiltshire Council market being opened in Trowbridge and, as a Wiltshire Council market trader of long standing, I wish it every success. New markets are needed in these straitened times and it is only right that stallholders at new markets are offered special reduced rates. − Name and address suppliedRents rising on quiet »
I have an office in the small trading estate at the top of Westwells Road, Hawthorn Hill, near Rudloe, in Corsham. Traffic flow on Hawthorn Hill – and, as a consequence, office access – is currently in a state of chaos, thanks to work being carried out by Bardon Constructing. − Geoff Fry, NestonOver by Christmas »