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  • Homeless Theatre Analysis

    on tour and £22.20 for travel. This is the highest estimate as then you know what to aim for, this would be for 2 weeks of pre-production and a 30 day tour. Policies of Arts Council England and Wycombe District Council. Arts Council England supports many projects that help people in England going through housing problems, such as Cardboard citizens, Wycombe District Council works with several other local authorities and councils to research in depth the problem of Homelessness in Wycombe, though this research Wycombe district Council has been able to develop a ‘Homelessness Strategy’. This strategy will dictate how Wycombe District Council views and helps those with housing difficulties in the district over the next 5 years from 2014-2019, the research undertaken by the council shows how the local area compares to the country as a whole. Reasons for Homelessness Wycombe Nationally Parents no longer willing to accommodate 25% 17% Termination of Short-hold tenancy 24% 23% Other relatives no longer willing or able to accommodate 12% 12% Violent breakdown of relationships 3% 5% Nonviolent breakdown of relationships 17% 14% other 16% 29% After this research was carried out the BOSH (Buckinghamshire - Oxfordshire Single Homelessness project) a 10 council coalition lead by Wycombe District Council to tackle the problem of homelessness. BOSH has created the NSNO (No Second Night Out) scheme, this community outreach programme plans to help entrenched rough sleepers into either…

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  • Little Mix Case Study

    Nelson faced cyber bullying while she was on X Factor 16. She has history of being bullied even while at school. 17. She dates Rixton lead singer, Jake Roche. 18. Pinnock, born on 4 October 1991 at High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire. 19. Her father is Barbadian and mother of Jamaican origin and has two sisters. 20. She has worked as a waitress at Pizza Hut before joining Little Mix. 21. Jade Thirlwall was born on 26 December 1992 in South Shields. 22. She graduated from South Tyneside. 23. She was…

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  • Analysis Of Quotes From 'A Rude Awakening'

    and pulling her legs up to her chest, stared despondently into her lap. She looked across at Mike. He had no idea, she thought, giving him a withering look. Whether it was instinct, or because he 'd caught sight of her grimace, he pulled the duvet up over his head. It was all he could think of to do – hoping the earth would swallow him up because he knew what was coming. “It’s no good hiding Mike. I can’t take anymore – you’ve got to get it sorted.” He cringed, feigning ignorance, which he…

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  • London Heathrrow Airport Case Study

    various parts of the UK, including Victoria Coach Station in London. • Hotel Hoppa buses connect each terminal with hotels in the Heathrow area. • There are two Rail Air coach services connecting nearby railway stations with the airport using dedicated non-stop coaches and running to: • Reading railway station, connecting with railway services to the West Country, South Wales, Midlands, the North of England and the south coast of England • Woking railway station, for destinations in Surrey,…

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  • T. S. Eliot Influences

    continuing studies from Marburg, Germany to the University of Oxford’s Merton College in 1914. On September 22, 1914, Eliot met his long-lasting friend Ezra Pound to whom Eliot dedicated The Waste Land. Around this same time, Eliot met and married his first wife Vivienne Haigh-Wood on June 26, 1915 (Ackroyd 703). Eliot’s parents disapproved of their rushed idea of marriage (Bloom 3). Their marriage was a very unhappy one. Their financial struggles created tension as Eliot took many jobs to try…

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