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(būrn-vēl'),
Désiré-Magloire, French physician, 1840-1909. See: Bourneville disease, Bourneville-Pringle disease.
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LOUGHBOROUGH TOWN MEN'S 1ST XI 0 BOURNVILLE TOWN MEN'S 1ST XI 1 LOUGHBOROUGH Town started the new Midlands Premier League Season with a narrow defeat to an experienced Bournville Hockey Club.
The unique set of buildings in Bournville will open on Saturday September 15, offering visitors a rare glance behind their treasured facades.
THEY are the buildings that are 'chocful' of history - playing a key part in the story of the famous Bournville factory workers' village.
TAnd that's because they played a key part in the story of the famous, Bournville based, Cadbury family.
BOURNVILLE College has been working in partnership with The Hippodrome in Birmingham to offer apprenticeships to help younger people.
WHITCHURCH'S fine start to the EHL Conference West season seems a distant memory after they slumped to a fourth successive defeat, 2-1 away at bottom club Bournville.
They have just published a study of the Bournville Village Trust, a community founded in 1900 by cocoa baron George Cadbury to house workers at his factory just outside England's second city, and which is still thriving all these years later.
Orla Lenehan, 23, says Bournville is home sweet home - quite literally.
PRODUCTION of Cadbury's chocolate bars in Birmingham is set to expand for the first time since the completion of a PS75 million investment into its Bournville factory.
I FEEL so sorry for the residents of Bournville over the latest announcements that alcohol can now be sold in the local shops, bringing Bournville in line with other places in and around Birmingham.
BOURNVILLE College, one of the leading participants in the regional apprenticeship campaign '200 in 100', has decided to create its own apprenticeship vacancy and encourage other businesses to follow their example.
CARDIFF & UWIC were brought back down to earth with an almighty thump on Saturday with a 6-1 drubbing at the hands of Slazenger League Western Conference rivals Bournville.