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This is Wednesbury Market, my local market. In the past the council have tried stopping other markets and car boot sales setting up too close, by claiming that this market has a royal charter. 630 more words

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And so we became the Chartered Trading Standards Institute

What a wonderful day it has been – one of great importance and value to the Trading Standards Institute and its members.

Today, 1 April 2015, was a culmination of nearly five years of determined work by TSI in liason with the Privy Council to obtain Chartered Status. 268 more words

Royal Charter

Life and Death on the ‘Royal Charter’ – The True Story of a Treasure-Ship Wrecked on Anglesey

#C-4048
Holden, Chris and Lesley

ISBN/ISSN: 9780954506629
Category: Sunken Treasure
Keywords: Royal Charter
Comments: Illustrated
Size: 6.75” x 9.25”
Pages: 288
Editions: The first edition (not stated) was published by Calgo Publications, Higher Kinnerton, England (2009), in paperback. 93 more words

Sunken Treasure

Thursday, 12th March 2015

Search online, v.

Pronunciation: /səːtʃ ɒnˈlʌɪn/
Etymology: < search v. + online adv.

BBC. ‘To Google’: To enter (a search term) into the Google search engine to find information on the Internet. 6 more words

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Historic Shipwrecks of Wales

#C-3380
Gater, Dilys

ISBN/ISSN: 0863812163
Category: Sunken Treasure
Keywords: Royal Charter, Rhossili Bay Wreck
Comments: Includes a short bibliography
Size: 4.75″ x 7.25″
Pages: 135… 52 more words

Sunken Treasure

When journalists are smeared it’s politicians who win

Picture this, the editor of a left-wing publication is dragged before a bench of politicians, having upset his government. He is asked: “Do you love this country?” 490 more words

A hero of the Royal Charter

This wonderful bronze statue honours a seaman of great courage who saved many lives during one of the major sea-faring tragedies of the Victorian age. 285 more words

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