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National Lottery: 20th Anniversary — Question for Short Debate (27 Nov 2014)

Lord Gardiner of Kimble: ...the Debenham community swimming pool; two community events aimed at involving people with disabilities in fun activities; a project remembering the First World War in Bramford; the staging of the Hoxne music festival; the refurbishment of Bredfield and Cotton village halls; purchasing computers for Worlingworth Primary School; and a number of other art and community projects. This is a...

Repatriation of Historical Objects (10 Mar 2010)

Angus MacNeil: ...the chessmen. We have already heard about artefacts from Wales being held in London. The Fishpool hoard is not in Ravenshead; the 8,500 pieces of the Cuerdale hoard are not in Lancashire; and the Hoxne hoard is not in Suffolk. The arguments for the chessmen being held in Lewis have been stated time and again. Bonnie Greer, deputy chair of the board of trustees of the Museum said: "As far...

Policing (East Anglia) (6 Feb 2001)

Richard Spring: ...area has 35 villages and normally three police officers by day. At night there is virtually no cover because Elmswell and Eye, an area of 90 villages, has just one car on patrol. To travel from say Hoxne to West Suffolk to say Chadacre takes almost an hour. This is totally inadequate. We also have the problem of Life Science at Occold drawing away precious resources. This combined area, I...

Orders of the Day — Treasure Bill (8 Mar 1996)

Mr Iain Sproat: question but should be seen to do so. A recent valuation case demonstrates how we aim to achieve that. In September 1993 the great find of Roman gold and silver coins and other objects from Hoxne in Suffolk was declared treasure trove and in the following November the committee agreed a total valuation of £1.75 million for it. The British museum's valuation report was some 50 pages...

Oral Answers to Questions — Public Health.: Medical Man-Power, Suffolk. (30 Jul 1942)

Mr Ernest Brown: ...remaining in Eye—and he has a part-time assistant—and that a number of doctors visit the town from adjoining villages, for example, four doctors from Diss, which is five miles distant; one from Hoxne, which is 3½ miles distant; one from Debenham and one from Stradbrooke. It would appear, therefore, that Eye is reasonably served.

Oral Answers to Questions — Housing.: Non-Slum Areas. (22 Mar 1934)

.... Stratton. Hailsham. Sudbury. Hallaton. Sunderland. Hambleden. Teme. Hartismere. Tetbury. Hairrtlepool. Thornbury. Hastings. Thorney. Hayfield. Torrington. Henley. Wareham and Purbeck. Hoxne. Hunslet. Watford. Keighley. Wem. Ketton. Wharfedale. Kington. Wheatenhurst. Knighton. Whitchurch. Lampeter. Whitland. Lancaster. Wight, Isle of. Launceston. Wigton. Leek. Wimborne...

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