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Chailey Heritage Craft School & Hospital, Sussex, England.
Chailey go-cart - vehicle for children who cannot walk.
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Chailey handled the sheets as if she knew each by name, character, and constitution.
Chailey, turning from the subject of sheets, dismissing them entirely, clenched her fists on the top of them, and proclaimed, "And you couldn't ask a living creature to sit where I sit
Chailey was expected to sit in a cabin which was large enough, but too near the boilers, so that after five minutes she could hear her heart "go," she complained, putting her hand above it, which was a state of things that Mrs.
Chailey folded her sheets, but her expression testified to flatness within.
This picture of her mistress is given to Emma Chailey by Willoughby Vinrace in gratitude for thirty years of devoted service.
If ever Miss Rachel marries, Chailey, pray that she may marry a man who doesn't know his ABC.
When aged 3 months, he was taken to Chailey Heritage Craft School in Sussex.
A portion of the money generated from the sales will be put in trust for Adam's young nieces, in keeping with his wishes, with the remaining money to be donated to The Cystic Fibrosis Trust and The Chailey Heritage Trust.
And shirts signed by Alan Shearer, Nobby Solano and Shay Given are all being offered to raise cash for the Cystic Fibrosis Trust and the Chailey Heritage Trust, with bids welcome from today Today ex-Toon striker Michael Owen, who began his career at Liverpool, said: "I remember meeting Adam for the first time and it was immediately obvious how passionate he was about everything Liverpool FC.
His dad, Alan, has now organised a sale of his keepsakes, to raise money for his young nieces, in keeping with his wishes, The Cystic Fibrosis Trust and The Chailey Heritage Trust.
At six weeks, Alison was put into Chailey Heritage School for disabled children in East Sussex and spent her entire childhood there, having very little contact with her mum.
Suzanne, who goes to nearby Chailey School, said: "Dad wondered why we had to spend that much on a dress but Mum told me I could have whatever I wanted.