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Sark

A project focused upon the opportunities to share support services and other non-frontline medical services (e.g., pathology), and rationalise estates across the four Outer South East London Trusts (BHT, QEH, QMS and University Hospital Lewisham).
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With no cars and no street lights, Sark was the first island to be granted official "Dark Sky" status and the night sky is a world-class attraction in its own right.
For people coming to Greenwich from this weekend onwards there will be a real sense that the Cutty Sark has arrived back in the town because the masts will be back here.
At just two square miles in size and with only 600 permanent residents, Sark is dwarfed by its neighbor, Guernsey, which technically governs the island.
With pages on topics from 'healing places' to 'why breasts are important', Sark makes us laugh as we delve into our creative expression and connect to ourselves-body, mind and soul.
Cutty Sark is a blended whisky but the company hopes to lure lucrative single malt drinkers by focusing on the fact that more than 20 single malt whiskies are included in Cutty Sark Blended Malt.
An "emergency" grant of pounds 10m has been approved to help cover the extra cost of extensive restoration work needed on the Cutty Sark after it was virtually destroyed by fire in May last year.
Originally intended to transport tea from China to Britain, the 900-tonne Cutty Sark was built in 1869.
AN EMOTIONAL plea for the world to help save the Cutty Sark was issued last night after the iconic 19th century vessel was ravaged by fire.
John Joe Sark realized very quickly after he dropped out of Grade 8 in 1960 that he wasn't going to accomplish his goals without further education.
One mag entices readers to build a model of the Cutty Sark - but they need to buy an astonishing 100 issues to finish it.