North Kesteven School is a co-educational academy school on Moor Lane, off the A1434 at North Hykeham, in North Kesteven, England. The school was founded as North Kesteven Grammar School in 1961 when administered by the County of Lincoln - Parts of Kesteven Education Committee, based in Sleaford, it moved into a new building in January 1961 with 600 mixed pupils. The school became a comprehensive school in 1970. From April 1974, it was administered by Lincolnshire, it became grant-maintained in April 1992 and a foundation school in September 1999. A sixth form complex opened in 1999, shared as the North Hykeham Joint Sixth Form; the school was designated a specialist Arts College in performing arts in September 2000, opened a new Arts Complex in September 2002, which included the 250-seat Terry O'Toole Theatre. The school was awarded academy status in 2010; the school is adjacent to Robert Pattinson School on the west side of Moor Lane. Adjacent, on the same site to the west, is North Kesteven Leisure Centre and the Terry O'Toole Theatre.
The sports centre is used by the school as a gym during school hours. The school has 1400 pupils aged 11 to 18, teaches towards GCSE, A Level and BTEC certificates in the fields of Technologies, History, Business Studies and Modern Foreign Languages. Nick Johnston, MSP for Mid Scotland and Fife from 1999-2001. David Ward, Lib Dem MP from 2010-15 for Bradford East Kelly Adams - actress Jonathan Kerrigan - actor Steve Froggatt - Footballer Jennifer Pacey - Athlete and played'Enigma' on the 2008 reboot of Gladiators School website Terry O'Toole Theatre WikiMapia
Dumsey Meadow is a 9.6-hectare biological Site of Special Scientific Interest in Chertsey in Surrey. It is the only piece of undeveloped water meadow unfenced by the river remaining on the River Thames below Caversham; this unimproved and species-rich meadow is grazed by cattle. The most common grasses are rye-grass, common bent, red fescue and Yorkshire-fog, there are herbs such as creeping cinquefoil, ribwort plantain and lesser hawkbit. There was reference to "Dumsea Bushes", "Dumsea Corner" and "Dumsea Deep" at this point of the river, the bushes, which may have been a clump of willows going by the name of "Domesday Bushes"; the Chertsey Regatta, which has taken place for over 150 years, is held at Dumsey Meadow in August
The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust is an NHS Foundation Trust which operates the Royal Marsden Hospital facilities on two sites: The Chelsea site in Brompton, next to the Royal Brompton Hospital, in Fulham Road The Sutton site in Belmont, close to Sutton Hospital, High Down and Downview Prisons The trust hopes to raise 45% of its income from private patients and other non-NHS sources in 2016/7 and is trying to raise its income from paying patients from £90m to £100m. According to LaingBuisson it is the most commercially orientated NHS hospital, it increased private patient income by 13% from 2014 to 2016 to £77 million. In 2018-19 it made £121 million through its private patient units, more than a quarter of its total income, about 18% of all the private healthcare carried out in England by the NHS; this growth was led by robotic surgery. In 1991 the Royal Marsden became the first NHS hospital to be awarded the Queen’s Award for Technology for its work on drug development; the hospital achieved the international quality standard ISO 9001 for radiotherapy in 1996 and for chemotherapy in 2003.
It was recognised as one of six centres of excellence in the Government’s NHS Plan and has achieved four national Charter Marks for all its services, the most recent awarded in 2005. In April 2004 it became one of the first NHS Foundation Trusts, it was named by the Health Service Journal as one of the top hundred NHS trusts to work for in 2015. At that time it had 3528 full-time equivalent staff and a sickness absence rate of 2.85%. 89 % of staff recommend it as a place for 71 % recommended it as a place to work. In March 2016 the Trust was ranked third in the Learning from Mistakes League. List of NHS trusts Cancer in the United Kingdom The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust Site summary information on The Royal Marsden on www.nhs.uk Site summary information on The Royal Marsden on www.nhs.uk
Tseng Ming-chung or William Tseng is a Taiwanese politician. He has served as Deputy Minister of Finance, chaired the Financial Supervisory Commission, as an elected member of the Legislative Yuan. Tseng obtained his doctoral degree in business administration from National Taipei University; as deputy minister of finance, Tseng commented on the amendment to raise the tax and health and welfare surcharge on tobacco in early May 2013. He stated that the move would result in a loss of NT$610 million in tax revenue but it will bring in an extra NT$25 billion in income used for health and welfare funds, he was named the Chairperson of the Financial Supervisory Commission of the Executive Yuan on 1 August 2013. Tseng was elected to the Legislative Yuan through the proportional representation ballot in 2016, as a member of the Kuomintang. Prior to the election, he was an independent
Texas Rock And Roll is a 10" vinyl album by American rockabilly singer Gene Summers. It was released by the French Big Beat label in 1981, it is a compilation of early rock'n roll recordings by Gene Summers covering a time period from 1962 through 1975. Session musicians included: James McClung, Benny Williams, Gary Moon, René Hall, Plas Johnson, Earl Palmer, Red Callender, David Martin, Glen Keener, Charlie Mendias, Mel Robinson, Bobby Rambo, Joe Ramirez Combo, Jack Castleberry, C. B. Williams, Ernest Walker, Joe Cook, Al Struble, Larry Jannasch, Kenny Hargis, Dan Edwards, Glen Struble, Eddie Wayne Hill, Joel Colbert, Leonard Walters, Joe Donnell, Tommy Morrell, Art McNulty, Ronnie Dawson, Marvin Montgomery, Bill Hudson, Dale Sellers, Jerry Stembridge, David Briggs, Stu Basore, Charlie McCoy, Mike Leech and Hayward Bishop; the background vocal groups were The Jordanaires plus. Gene Summers was born in Dallas, Texas and is an American singer/entertainer, an active rock music/rockabilly recording artist since the 1950s.
Some of his classic recordings include "School Of Rock'n Roll", "Straight Skirt", "Nervous", "Gotta Lotta That", "Twixteen", "Fancy Dan", "Alabama Shake" and "Big Blue Diamonds". Summers still performs concerts worldwide and he will celebrate his 50th anniversary as a recording artist in 2008. Gene was inducted into the Rockabilly Hall of Fame in 1997 and the Southern Legends Entertainment and Performing Arts Hall of Fame in 2005. Wine Wine Wine Leroy Who Stole The Marker? Mad Mad World I've Had It Mister Rock And Roll I Got A Baby A Man Can Cry Rockin' Daddy Big Blue Diamonds Gene Summers discography from Rockin' Country Style, United StatesGene Summers discography from Rocky Productions, FranceGene Summers discography from Wangdangdula FinlandGene Summers session data from Tapio's Fin-A-Billy, Finland Liner notes "The Ultimate School Of Rock & Roll" 1997 United States Article and sessionography in issue 15 of New Kommotion Magazine UK Article and sessionography in issue 23 of New Kommotion Magazine UK Feature article and sessionography in issue 74 of Rockin' Fifties Magazine Germany Feature article with photo spread in issue 53 of Bill Griggs' Rockin' 50s Magazine United States Feature Article with photo spread in issue 54 of Bill Griggs' Rockin' 50s Magazine United States