Oliver Cromwell's House is based in Ely, Cambridgeshire and was the family home of Oliver Cromwell. The kitchen dates from around 1215, other parts being built later. In 1988, it was bought by the local council, has been refurbished to show how it may have looked during Cromwell's lifetime; the former Lord Protector's family home is the only residence still in existence other than Hampton Court. Following a recent refurbishment the House now boasts a re-vamped Civil War Exhibition with impressive interactive displays and interpretations. There is a new timeline and family tree to provide more engaging content about this complex man who killed a King, but refused the crown. Visitors have the opportunity to try on costumes and try out the games of the time as well as experience what life was like on the battle fields during the English Civil War in our new mini encampment. Audio handsets bring the story of this impressive House vividly to life. Or try the new augmented reality trail - The Cromwell Quest, perfect for families.
Search the rooms of this historic building looking for seven lost coins from the English Civil War. You will need to find them all and make the link to solve the riddle of where the rest of the treasure is located. Great family fun for adults and children; the House doubles as the Tourist Information Centre and has a delightful Gift Shop full of gift ideas as well as souvenirs relating to Cromwell and the area. The house is now home to an Escape Room. Whilst there are now several Escape Rooms about, Oliver Cromwell's House offers something that no other Escape Room experience can - the location and the atmosphere. Launched in September 2016 the games have been designed around the heritage of the building and the connection with Oliver Cromwell. Admission Prices Adults £ 5.20 Children £ 3.50 Family £ 14.00 The Cromwell Quest £5 in addition to normal admission fee Admission includes free audio handset. For group prices please visit the Groups page. We operate a Residents Scheme, please enquire for more information.
Opening Times Summer Hours: 1st April to 31st October - 10am to 5pm daily including Bank Holidays. Winter Hours: 1st November to 31st March - 11am to 4pm daily. Closed Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year's Day. Last admission to the House is one hour before closing. Please note that on occasions, due to large group visits, there may be delays to public admissions and in exceptional circumstances Oliver Cromwell's House may be closed. Please contact in advance if you have any concerns. Official website
The SS Mareeba was an Australian freighter built in 1921 and named after the town of Mareeba in Far North Queensland, Australia. She was a 3,472-ton Australasian United Steam Navigation Company vessel; the Mareeba was attacked and sunk in the Bay of Bengal on 26 June 1941 by the German auxiliary cruiser Kormoran. She was carrying 5000 tons of sugar from Batavia to Colombo when she picked up the Yugoslav freighter Velebit's distress signal. Instead of stopping the Mareeba radioed her position and ran for it because at 8 o'clock that morning she had spotted the British light cruiser HMS Durban, in the Ten Degree Channel, she received nine shots to her hull, several of which hit her engine-room, although she was slowing sinking, it took a team of German boarding party placing demolitions to sink her quickly. It would be said that the Mareeba would have made a fine auxiliary minelayer because of her durability. All 48 of the crew of the Mareeba were captured and spirited away on the Komoran which travelled at top speed through the night and most of the following day to avoid retaliation for the sinkings.
The captured crew stayed on the Komoran for a total of 103 days where they were housed in the fore part of the ship below the waterline. They were allowed on deck daily. After the 103 days, they were transferred to a German supply ship Kulmerland, after 15 days, the prisoners were transferred to a German prison ship Spreewald. Below is an incomplete list of crew. Anderson, Mr. Bentley, Mr. Bottomley, Mr. Jack Dooley, Mr. Lionel Evans, Mr. Ford, Mr. Geoffrey Freeman, Mr David J. Griffiths, Mr. Jack B. Hayes, Mr. Dennis Hill, Mr. James A. Holmes, Mr. Humphries, Mr. Jones, Mr William A. Kitchen, Mr. Langtry, Mr. John Lucas, Mr. J MacNeill, Mr. Calum Gilbert Marcusse, Mr. McLelland, Mr. Leonard Melville, Mr. Albert Pratt, Mr. William Ravenscroft, Mr. Samuel Redman, Mr. Ronald J. Riley, Mr. Rose, Mr. Robert L. Sayer, Mr. Fred Skinner, Mr. Sorensen, Mr. Robert Tesseyman, Mr. Joseph V. Thorpe, Mr. Ashley Vanbrugel, Mr. Vanderhusen, Mr. Addition to crew captured by Kormoran. Gordon J – Second EngineerMacKay, Mr Alexander J.
Hand Drawn Image of the SS Mareeba
A regional school unit is a type of school district in Maine. They were created starting in 2008 pursuant to a change in Maine Law that attempted to save on administrative costs by consolidating Maine's many school districts into larger districts; this change was championed by Governor John Baldacci. Despite a deadline of January 30, 2009, many voters rejected their local school consolidation plans, citing issues such as loss of local control and higher costs due to bringing lower-paid teachers up to parity. For example, Brewer faced an annual loss of $244,000 in state subsidies for rejecting the consolidation plan, but a loss of $2.74 million in increased salaries over the first 3 years if it had been approved. As of November 20, 2009, 74 RSUs had been formed. School Administrative Reorganization, Maine Department of Education An Act To Remove Barriers to the Reorganization of School Administrative Units PL 668
Gabe Gala is a Canadian soccer player who plays for North Mississauga SC. Gala moved from his native Nigeria to Ontario as a young child, he played club soccer for the Brampton East club, his high school C. W. Jefferys. Gala joined Toronto FC as a development player in 2007, played extensively in the MLS Reserve Division prior to him making his professional debut on June 2, 2007, when he came on as a substitute against the Colorado Rapids, he scored his first goal for the Toronto FC first-team in an international friendly against Real Madrid on August 7, 2009. After making 15 appearances for Toronto in the 2010 season he was waived by the club on November 24 following the 2010 MLS Expansion Draft. In 2011, he signed with newly expansion Mississauga Eagles FC of the Canadian Soccer League, he took two years of a sabbatical from soccer, returned in 2014 to sign with North York Astros. During his tenure with North York he helped the club secure a postseason berth by finishing fourth in the postseason.
After the departure of North York from the CSL he signed with expansion franchise Scarborough SC. Gala made his debut for the Canada's U-20 team on May 19, 2006 against Brazil, made his first start against the United States on July 9, 2006, he was a member of Canada's U20 side for the 2007 U20 World Cup. Canadian Championship: 2010 Gabe Gala at Major League Soccer Profile at Canadian Soccer Association at the Wayback Machine
Maycon Calvalho Inez is a Brazilian football player who plays for Goyang Hi FC. He is known for his ability to position himself inside the 18-yard box. Maycon has played for ASA de Arapiraca in the Brazilian Série B and Nova Iguacu with whom he helped reach the finals of the 2011 Guanabara Trophy scoring 5 of the clubs 12 goals, he competed in the Rio Trophy where they faced eventual champions Flamengo. Maycon moved to Australia, he will be the second Melbourne Heart player to wear the number 9 shirt, after former striker Gerald Sibon. He scored his first goal for Heart, in the Round 4, 1–1 draw with Sydney FC. On 6 April 2012 it was announced that he would be leaving the club for Pahang FA. Maycon was recommended by former Pahang FA player, Ante Milicic, assistant coach of Melbourne Heart, after Pahang was searching for a striker to partner Mohd Azamuddin Md Akil. After two successful trial matches, Pahang agreed to sign him from Melbourne Heart to help them become runner-up of Malaysian Premier League and secure promotion to Malaysia Super League.
However, after Pahang FA secured promotion to Malaysian Super League 2013, "The Elephants" decided against renewing his contract for the upcoming season. Maycon Carvalho Inez – K League stats at kleague.com
Andreas Flocken was a German entrepreneur and inventor. Until 1868 Flocken worked for German company Heinrich Lanz AG in Mannheim, he worked for company Schoppers in Zeulenroda. Since 1879, Flocken and his family lived in Coburg. In 1880, Flocken started his own company in Coburg; the Flocken Elektrowagen of 1888 by German inventor Andreas Flocken is regarded as the first real electric car of the world. Harald Linz, Halwart Schrader: Die Internationale Automobil-Enzyklopädie. United Soft Media Verlag GmbH, München 2008, ISBN 978-3-8032-9876-8 Halwart Schrader: Deutsche Autos 1885–1920. Motorbuch Verlag, Stuttgart, ISBN 3-613-02211-7 History of the electric vehicle Haag Engineering: Flocken Elektrowagen, Coburg