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Leicester

an English longwool breed of polled, meat sheep, with wool 32 to 38 microns. It has been used to produce many subsidiary breeds, e.g. corriedale.
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Warwick mayor Cllr Christine Cross has her blood pressure tested by Julia Joy and Debbie Walls from Leycester House
Timbered treasure: Looking along the main table in the 1450 Guildhall at Lord Leycester Hospital.
Leycester Holdings Limited could not be contacted last night.
The Fusion project is in partnership with Warwickshire Library service and the Lord Leycester Hospital and has also received support from the King Henry VIII Endowed Trust.
The walk continues to the Lord Leycester Hospital which Dudley commandeered to house soldier pensioners and where army pensioners still live.
Leycester Holdings could not be contacted for comment.
Now Leycester has appealed and it is to go before a Planning Inspectorate which will hold an inquiry and an inspector will visit the site and make a recommendation.
The Lord Leycester Hospital and the Earl of Warwick's Tomb at St Mary's Church in Warwick are both good examples.
Their journey - for many under an umbrella - saw them take in the sights of Market Square and the Lord Leycester Hospital, before getting down to business in the Pageant Gardens.
The group is set to hear a talk by Lt Col Gerald Lesinski, the master of the historic Lord Leycester Hospital in Warwick.
The Master's Garden at the Lord Leycester Hospital in Warwick is a hidden gem, boasting a remarkable restoration of a 1850s style garden with herbs, vegetables and fruit.
WARWICK'S historic Lord Leycester Hospital has been awarded a PS40,000 grant by one of the town's oldest charities.