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Prorocze słowa nie będzie kino duet hesh i filmu 'ego initially at Holland Park and later at The London Ice Rink. He was skilled both ice and roller skating, and was instructor to before she took to the throne and the Duke of Windsor. Marples established ice rink Farncombe at the Northbourne Hall Station Road and applied to open open-air rink 's Road 1927 although failed to get permission from the local magistrate to do Marples served with the Dragoon Guards for 12 years which included action the First World War and a tour of duty where he set up the first roller skating rink Kasauli near Simla. During the months when skating rinks were not operation Marples turned his hand to a number of other pursuits including working as a labourer and steeplejack. He worked on the construction of the Farncombe Cinema Meadrow. Marples is buried Eashing Cemetery Road, Ockford Ridge. Author of warning of dehumanisation the rush for scientific and material progress, and was born Godalming. Eton and educated Huxley became a friend of writer DH and philosopher Bertrand who both influenced his portrait of a future London Huxley's mother Julia who died when he was just fourteen, founded the girl's school Prior's Field Godalming and his father, a writer and professional herbalist, taught at Charterhouse Schoo l. Huxley was the grandson of Huxley who acquired the moniker 's Bulldog for his research as one of the 19th century's most prominent naturalists. Huxley, who suffered from poor vision after he almost lost his sight whilst seriously ill 1911, taught for a while at Eton where one of his pupils was better known under his writing name Orwell. Huxley was a keen cyclist and used to visit the Surrey Hills especially around Hindhead and the Devil's Punchbowl regularly. Huxley's ashes were interred the family grave at Compton. The of the Anglo- writer Graves and Amalie Ranke, the niece of the famous historian Leopold Ranke, Graves was destined to be a of letters. Educated at Charterhouse School Godalming the writer and poet produced over 140 works with his poems a memoir of the First World War, and his historical study of poetic inspiration being the most noted. His most successful work terms of commercial success was the novel published 1934. A close friend of the comedian, actor and writer Spike Milligan the two exchanged frequent letters with featured their joint collaboration Memorably when Graves left Charterhouse 1914 the headmaster wrote the following his report: ‘Well, goodbye, Graves and remember that your best friend is the wastepaper basket.' One of Britain's oldest women Brown lives at Eastlake Residential Home Godalming. 2007 she celebrated her 110th birthday surrounded by four generations of her family including five grandchildren, 12 great-grandchildren and her 78-year-old Newly married Brown moved to Artington Manor farm Guildford 1923 and took up teaching. She was instrumental setting up the Artington and Littleton Pie Scheme which the harsh post-war years ensured that poor families rural areas would receive at least one nutritious pie a week. Brown attributes her longevity to never driving, having plenty of salt her food and being positive with a sense of humour. When asked what biggest changes have most affected her during her life she highlighted electricity and labour-saving devices as being the most influential. The Welsh-born Protestant minister, who was influential reforming the British evangelical movement the 20th century, lived Haslemere. Graduating from medical school at St Bartholomew's Hospital London 1921 he became assistant to the Physician, Sir Holder. However by 1927 he had taking up his religious calling and returned to Wales to become a minister. 1939 he was appointed co-pastor of Westminster Chapel London and it was at this time that he and his family moved to Haslemere. Retiring from his ministry at Westminster Chapel 1968 he dedicated the rest of his life to scholarly work for the church. Leader of the highly effective Chindits the Second World War was a pupil at Charterhouse School Godalming. Wingate was killed on active service Born into the family of a British