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Się leniwie to kadrze dosłownie evil edition które książeczka która and entertainer Forsyth initially achieved celebrity with and became a household name presenting shows and more recently Today living Weybridge he celebrated his 60th year showbusiness with the broadcast by the BBC February 2005. A bronze of the entertainer, created by his --law, was unveiled the same year the London Palladium's Bar. The 2006 New Year's Honours List saw Forsyth honoured with OBE and February 2008 the BBC broadcast a programme to celebrate his 80th birthday, His catchphrase 'Nice to you, to you nice' was voted by the British public 2007 as their most popular. The Olympic hurdler who lives Farnham has at the age of 80 been banned from running the wrong way up the escalator at Elphicks department store the town. Asked why he was risking injury he said that he wanted to prove to his friends that he was still fit. interview 2006 he proved his agility by clearing a chair and a table with one hurdling step. Hildreth represented Great Britain the Games of 1952 and 1960 and had won nine GB internationals and six England internationals the 1950s. He also ran four Europan internationals and a Commonwealth Games with his achievements being recognised 1956 when he was admitted to the Freedom of the City of London. Hildreth is also accomplished writer having written books about athletics and was editor of sports books. During the 1960s and 1970s he commentated for the BBC and was the Telegraph athletics correspondent from 1961 to 1994. Hildreth's father was also athlete and competed 200m heats with Liddell and Abrahams who featured A Farnham motor racing ace, Hawthorn won the at Goodwood 1952 driving a -Bristol. He tragically lost his life a road traffic accident when his Jaguar car, which the inquest was described by a witness as travelling at up to 100 mph, came off the road high winds. The accident, which occurred on the northbound carriageway of the A3 just after the junction from the A31 Hogs Back, shocked the motor racing world at the time. He made his Formula One debut 1952 and won his first 1953 at Reims. Hawthorn won Mans 1955 despite being tangled up the accident that killed 82 spectators and a fellow driver. The Formula One Championship was his 1958. A memorial service was held at St 's Church Farnham on 25th 2009 to the 50th anniversary of the tragic death of a racing driver. Petersfield-born lives Guildford and is best known as the voice of on the -running BBC radio soap opera He has also appeared on popular TV programmes including T and The former Guildford City footballer, who played his debut for the club against Chelmsford 1951, was bought by Portsmouth for £2 before switching to 's Park Rangers 1958. The goalkeeper also turned his hand to cricket and proved to be invaluable all-rounder for Ripley Cricket Club for over 20 years. was a brilliant slip catcher, a good first-change bowler and hit the ball incredibly hard, said teammate Pullen. He won a Cup game for us the dark at Farncombe and kept putting Balchin to the houses across the road. The acclaimed wildlife artist and conservationist lived Hascombe near Godalming for 32 years prior to moving to West Sussex. Shepherd was spurred into action on conservation when he came across 255 dead zebra lying by a poisoned Tanzanian waterhole when he was a He worked as aviation artist with the RAF when they commissioned him 1960 to paint a rhino I hadn't even painted a gerbil at that stage, but I painted a rhino chasing RAF plane off the air strip that was first animal painting and I have never looked back. started Shepherd's and eventful career as a wildlife painter. He established the Shepherd Wildlife Foundation 1984 andwhich is today based at the Smithbrook Kilns Cranleigh and has raised over £4m for projects targeted at saving endangered animals. He also funds projects to benefit rural communities. The Foundation's