Blakemore

Blake·more

(blāk'mōr),
Arthur H., U.S. surgeon, 1897-1970. See: Sengstaken-Blakemore tube.
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On an evening in the latter part of May a middle-aged man was walking homeward from Shaston to the village of Marlott, in the adjoining Vale of Blakemore or Blackmoor.
The new depot will enable us to have a complete focus on delivery for the first time," said Blakemore.
CHARLIE Blakemore suggests Chasetown's previous experience in playing catch-up will hold them in good stead as they cope with their fixture backlog.
He will play a few reserve games before Blakemore decides to make any longer-term offer.
AF Blakemore has appointed Mike Boardman as trading director, replacing David White, who retired due to ill health.
Chasetown might have a seven-point lead at the top of the table, but manager Charlie Blakemore is determined to improve his squad.
Blakemore said: "Every non-League club wants a good Cup run and it's a long time since we had one at Chasetown.
Blakemore refused to comment on Liptrot's departure but is advertising for his replacement.
I think Reece will play League football - he really is that good," said Blakemore.
Keith Moore, Lloyds TSB Commercial Finance regional manager, said: "AF Blakemore remains one of the UK's leading food distribution companies due to its ability to move with the times and adapt to the changes in the market.
A Au150m five-year deal has been bagged by Black Country food delivery group Blakemore to provide Butlins holiday resorts and Haven caravan parks in the UK.