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This picture shows Beryl looking nine months due after an 18-inch growth - a fibroid - swelled in her stomach.
2 December 2015 - UK-based African Potash Ltd, an exploration company focused on the vertical integration of fertiliser operations in Africa and sub-Saharan potash assets, has entered into an agreement with South African investment firm Beryl Holdings Pty Ltd.
Written by renowned Bolton actress Maxine Peake (inset), Beryl delved into the life of the extraordinary working class Morley woman, who claimed somewhere in the region of 100 national and international trophies and set a national record that has not been beaten by another woman to this day.
Beryl, now coming to Birmingham Rep, is a thrilling play about the trials, tribulations When she Mike McNamara trial on her way a record, she offered him a Allsort and loves of the Yorkshirewoman who was five times world pursuit champion, twice road-racing world champion and won an astonishing 96 national titles.
Beryl, who lives with her husband of 48 years Vivian in Blaenau Ffestiniog, said: "I've wanted to do something Beryl | daughter to say thank you ever since I was treated.
Indeed, Beryl recalled back in 2003 that her father had many talents.
Keen dancer Beryl attended lessons at Sequence Dancing in Bell Green, before transferring to the Gilbert Richards Centre in Earlsdon.
And while today's athletes get scientific advice on training and nutrition Beryl geared up.
LIVERPOOL author Dame Beryl Bainbridge, who was expelled from Merchant Taylors' school for writing a poem mentioning sex, worked in a bottle factory before finding success as a writer.
Beryl and Bill Haigh initially separated when Bill joined the Merchant Navy and Beryl remained in Manchester, and over the years they got married to other people, the Daily Star reported.
Avril Watkins came up with the novel idea to surprise her mother, Beryl Brookes, with a walk down memory lane on her 90th birthday.
In 1936, Beryl Markham was the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean from east to west.
GREAT grandmother Beryl Teasdale is proving age has no limits when it comes to our Mam of the Year competition.
Dame Beryl Bainbridge, who died last July, was shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize five times but never won.