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  • The MoD said: "This contract will sustain around 500 jobs in MBDA and its supply chain, in key locations across the UK such as Stevenage, Filton and Lostock."

    MoD signs £500m missile defence deal

  • Was at the battle of Toulon, with Admirals Matthews and Lostock, on board said ship _Bedford_, then commanded by George Townsend.

    Young Lion of the Woods A Story of Early Colonial Days

  • Facilities across the UK including at Stevenage in Hertfordshire, Filton in South Gloucestershire and Lostock in Bolton will be used to build the missile system.

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  • In mitigation, Goodman's counsel Miss Sarah Johnston said: 'The photograph of the Lostock boys was not taken by her but was posted on her Facebook.

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  • Stricter environmental rules, higher disposal rates and commodity prices have increased demand for these services, leading Edelchemie to purchase a 4.5 acres at a former ICI site at Lostock, Northwich in late 2008.

    The Engineer - News

  • But Lostock and Circle Court residents 'associations, as well as Lostock Partnership, this week revealed they share the LCA's concerns about the bid.

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  • Come down to Lostock for your next family vacation!

    WN.com - Business News

  • Last week, a Lostock woman found a second such spider.

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  • The plucky former Royal Marine sergeant borrowed his mate's horse to trot between his two Lostock Hall pubs for St George's Day.

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  • Adam Littleford, 43, had taken his beloved German shepherd Boomer for a walk at High Rid Reservoir, near Lostock, Bolton.

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