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D.b. Wyndham Lewis
Wyndham may refer to: Wyndham (name)Contents1 Places1.1 Australia 1.2 United Kingdom 1.3 United States 1.4 Elsewhere2 Other 3 See alsoPlaces[edit] Australia[edit]City of Wyndham, an LGA in Victoria Shire of Wyndham-East Kimberley, a LGA in Western Australia Wyndham Important Bird Area, Western Australia Wyndham, New South Wales Wyndham, Western Australia, a town in Western AustraliaUnited Kingdom[edit]Wyndham, Bridgend, a village in Wales
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Wyndham (name)
The Wyndham family are descended from Sir John Wyndham
John Wyndham
(1443–1503) and his wife Margaret (1443–1524) daughter of John Howard, Duke of Norfolk
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Wyndham Worldwide
Wyndham Worldwide
Wyndham Worldwide
Corporation is an American hospitality company, it is the holding company for Wyndham Hotels & Resorts, RCI and other lodging brands. It was spun off from Cendant Corporation in July 2006. Wyndham Worldwide, headquartered in Parsippany-Troy Hills, New Jersey,[5] operates several hotel brands across the world.[6]Contents1 Wyndham Hotel
Hotel
Group1.1 Wyndham Hotel
Hotel
Group brands 1.2 Wyndham Franchisee Association2 Wyndham Vacation Ownership2.1 Wyndham Vacation Ownership brands3 Wyndham Destination Network3.1 Wyndham Destination Network brands4 Sales Practices 5 References 6 External linksWyndham Hotel
Hotel
Group[edit] Wyndham Hotel
Hotel
Group offers brands in lodging franchising, vacation ownership, vacation rentals and vacation exchange
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Special
Special
Special
or specials may refer to:Contents1 Music 2 Film and television 3 Other uses 4 See alsoMusic[edit] Special
Special
(album), a 1992 album by Vesta Williams "Special" (Garb
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Wymondham, Leicestershire
Wymondham
Wymondham
(pronounced phonetically) is a village in the Borough of Melton in Leicestershire, England. It is part of a civil parish which also covers the nearby hamlet of Edmondthorpe. The parish has a population of 623, increasing to 632 at the 2011 census.[2] It is close to the county borders with Lincolnshire
Lincolnshire
and Rutland, nearby places being Garthorpe, Teigh
Teigh
(in Rutland) and South Witham
South Witham
(in Lincolnshire).Contents1 Description1.1 St Peter's church 1.2 Disused railway 1.3 Stilton cheese2 References 3 External linksDescription[edit] The village church is St Peter's; the pub is the Berkeley Arms. There is a windmill that has been converted into a visitor attraction with tea room and craft shops. A part-time mobile Post Office visits the village twice a week. Wymondham
Wymondham
has a primary school and a pre-school group
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Wymondham
Wymondham
Wymondham
(/ˈwɪndəm/ WIN-dəm) is a market town and civil parish in Norfolk, England, 9 1⁄2 miles (15 km) southwest of Norwich, just off the A11 road from Norwich
Norwich
to London which now bypasses the town.[2] The parish includes large rural areas to the north and south of the town itself.Contents1 History1.1 Before the Great Fire 1.2 The Great Fire of 1615 1.3 After the Great Fire 1.4 Second World War2 Governance 3 Landmarks 4 Transport 5 Education 6 Notable people 7 See also 8 References 9 External linksHistory[edit] Before the Great Fire[edit] Moot Hill The earthworks of what was probably a large, medieval ringwork survive to some considerable height; they have been subject to ground survey and are partially visible on aerial photographs. The ringwork, which is located in an isolated part of the Stanfield estate, is thought by some to have been built by the D'Albinis between 1088 and 1139
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Windham (other)
Windham is an English surname, derived from the name of Wymondham, Norfolk. The pronunciation of that toponym had become indistinguishable from Windham in Late Middle English, and the ruling family of Wymondham
Wymondham
began to write its name in this way from the time of Edward IV. It is also the name of a county and town in Connecticut.Contents1 People 2 Place names 3 Ships 4 School districts 5 See alsoPeople[edit]de Wymondham
Wymondham
(Windham), lords of Wymondham, later of Felbrigg HallAilward de Wymondham
Wymondham
(fl. 12th century), a person of some consideration in the time of Henry the First William Windham (of Earsham, senior) (died 1730), Member of Parliament 1722–1730 William Windham (of Earsham, junior)
William Windham (of Earsham, junior)
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West Lakes Academy
West Lakes Academy is a secondary school with a sixth form and sponsored academy status located in the town of Egremont in Cumbria, England. The Academy is sponsored by Sellafield Ltd, the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority and the University of Central Lancashire. West Lakes Academy was formed from the merger of Wyndham School, which was built and opened in the 1960s, with Ehenside School in 2008.[1] West Lakes Academy opened on September 1, 2008. The academy is on the site of the old Wyndham School, and has been fully rebuilt, moving into the new buildings at Easter 2012.Contents1 Principal 2 New Building 3 Ofsted 4 External links 5 ReferencesPrincipal[edit] The Principal and Chief Executive Officer of West Lakes Academy is Mr Jonathan Johnson who took up the position in January 2016 taking over from Mrs Vanessa Ray who retired in December 2015
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Wyndham College
Wyndham College is a government senior secondary school located at Quakers Hill, New South Wales, Australia.[1] Established in 1999, its intake of students comes from three surrounding high schools, namely Quakers Hill High School, Riverstone High School, and Seven Hills High School. They, with Wyndham College, make the Nirimba Collegiate Group of Schools
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Wyndham Championship
The Wyndham Championship is a professional golf tournament in North Carolina on the PGA Tour. It is played annually in Greensboro, and was originally the "Greater Greensboro Open."Contents1 History 2 Courses 3 Winners 4 Multiple winners 5 References 6 External linksHistory[edit] Founded 80 years ago in 1938 as the Greater Greensboro Open, it was usually played in April or May, until a schedule change in 2003 moved it toward the end of the season
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Wyndham Hotels & Resorts
Wyndham Hotels and Resorts is a hotel and resort chain based in the United States. It has locations in Canada, Mexico, Colombia, Ecuador,[1] Turkey,[2] Germany,[3] the UK, the Caribbean and Margarita Island In Venezuela.[4] The company sold many of its hotels in the early 2000s. History[edit] Wyndham Hotel
Hotel
Corporation was founded in 1981 in Dallas, Texas, by Trammell Crow, the president of Trammel Crow Company (TCC). The company appears to have been named after a friend of Crow's, a woman named Wyndham Robertson, who wrote a profile of him for Fortune magazine. As the company grew, it eventually merged with a hotel REIT called Patriot American Hospitality (PAH). Patriot American organized the combined company as a paired-share REIT, in which Patriot owned the real estate assets and leased the hotels to Wyndham to run. The firm grew rapidly in the late 1990s, acquiring multiple portfolios of hotels and renaming them Wyndhams
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Wyndham Vacation Resorts Asia Pacific
Wyndham Vacation Resorts Asia Pacific (formerly Trendwest South Pacific) is a wholly owned subsidiary of Wyndham Worldwide Corporation which operates as a vacation ownership, allowing vacationers to own real estate interest in one of the Wyndham resorts.[1]Contents1 History1.1 20th century2 See also 3 References 4 External linksHistory[edit] 20th century[edit] Wyndham Vacation Resorts Asia-Pacific was founded in November 1999 and opened its Corporate Offices at Bundall on Australia's Gold Coast in January 2000. Wyndham Vacation Resorts Asia Pacific opened its first South Pacific sales center at WorldMark Denarau Island, Fiji in March 2000
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Wyndham Street
Wyndham Street is a one-way street in Central, Hong Kong. It is one of the earliest colonial streets, once known as Pedder Hill.Contents1 Location 2 History 3 See also 4 References 5 External linksLocation[edit] It starts at the junction with Hollywood Road and Arbuthnot Road, near the Central Police Station, and heads downhill to terminate at Queen's Road Central, near the Entertainment Building. History[edit] Lieutenant William Pedder the first lieutenant of the Nemesis[1] was the first harbour master of Hong Kong, and established Pedder Street as the centre of Victoria City's commerce in the early colonial days. Pedder had his office built on the rocks above what is now Wyndham Street. For many years, the site on the top was known as Pedder's Hill.[2] In the early 20th century, Wyndham Street was nicknamed "Flower Street" because of the numerous stalls selling flowers
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City Of Wyndham
The City of Wyndham
City of Wyndham
is a local government area in Victoria, Australia in the outer south-western suburbs of Melbourne, within the Melbourne Metropolitan Area, between Melbourne
Melbourne
and the regional city of Geelong. It has an area of 542 square kilometres (209 sq mi). The city recorded a population of 217,122 at the 2016 Census. At 30 June 2014 the population was 199,715.[2]Contents1 History 2 Population 3 Wards and councillors3.1 Mayor4 Suburbs 5 Sister cities 6 See also 7 References 8 Notes 9 External linksHistory[edit] The Wyndham District was first incorporated as a local government entity on 6 October 1862
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Wyndham, New Zealand
Wyndham is a rural town of 550 people in the South Island of New Zealand in the Southland region, 45 km (28 mi) east of Invercargill and 25 km (15 mi) south of Gore. The original Māori name of the locality was Mokoreta (clear or sweet water).[1] Wyndham was named by Sir John Richardson for General Sir Charles Ash Windham who fought in the Crimean War. The streets are in turn named for events, places, battles and personalities from that war. The town was initially surveyed in 1869 and gazetted a town district in 1882. Wyndham is situated on the east banks of the Mataura River, between the Mimihau Stream to the north and the Wyndham (Mokoreta) River to the south. Protected now by a floodbank, Wyndham is a service centre for the surrounding districts with a shopping centre, library, museum and hotel
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Wyndham Hills, Pennsylvania
Wyndham Hills is an opulent community in York County, Pennsylvania, United States. One of the suburbs of York, Wyndham Hills is located in Spring Garden Township on the hills of the same name. Among the other suburbs of York, Wyndham Hills is on the highest elevation. References[edit]U.S
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