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The public are being warned to keep away from Roughton Woods, in Woodhall Spa, Lincs, while the site is investigated.
We were the ones that initiated the litigation the first place with CSS because we identified the issues," Dave Roughton, president/CEO of SAFE CU, said.
Drew Roughton has been named vice president and senior transportation underwriter at AmWINS Transportation Underwriters.
The frail and faded bloom, a fascinating memento of the conflict, went under the hammer in Dorchester recently, 97 years after it was picked from front line trenches by Private Cecil Roughton.
The mission, led by the UK private sector organisation "British Expertise", included representatives of participating companies Mott MacDonald, Roughton International and Mabey Bridge.
Among those affected are year 11 pupils Charlotte Roughton and James Willett, who fear it could damage their future prospects.
The sale has generated "huge" interest, according to Brian Roughton, managing director of fine arts for Heritage Auctions.
Prosecutor Kathryn Roughton said Goodgame had been employed as project manager for the Rhead Group, which sub-contracted work to Nuneaton firm Hascon Groundworks Contractors.
Those given awards include: the Special Music Prize for Extra Curricular Music went to Oliver Roughton and Samuel Baxter won the Special Art Prize for Multidisciplinary Work and the Special Dance Prize for Progression in Dance.
Private Cecil Roughton was 17 when he picked the poppy as a souvenir during the Battle of Arras in France in 1916.
Chief helicopter pilot Mike Roughton said: "The guys were cold and shocked, but fine.
Mary Roughton, 62, of nearby Bailey Street, said: "No one knows what happened.