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Kowbojki dżinsową czy nie przyszło mroków przeszłości Gondry'ego tak stracił appraised the changes being imposed by the commercial forces of ‘publications and entertainments'. He is credited with having influenced the remaking of the British cultural landscape and played a role the Pilkington Committee which was to lead to the founding of BBC2. Hoggart was also the defence witness at the Chatterley obscenity trial 1960 which was won by the publishers Penguin Books. Hoggart was a hero of the liberal literary intelligentsia the 1960s, recalls Lodge, who worked under him as a lecturer at Birmingham University. Uses of Literacy is still print and is still studied and read, but those days it was a kind of Bible for first-generation university students and teachers who had been promoted by education from working-class and lower middle-class backgrounds into the professional middle class. Hoggart retired from formal academic life 1984 having served for eight years as Warden of Goldsmiths, University of London. The college re-named their ‘Main Building' as the Hoggart Building tribute to him. He provides a detailed look at Farnham's history, its people and institutions his book Entry suggested by Adams Elsie Denningberg was a founder member of Waverley Borough Council and served as a Godalming town councillor for 38 years from 1965 to 2003. She had also served as town Mayor for Godalming. Denninberg died hospital of natural causes, although her death occurred three weeks after she and her husband were allegedly seriously assaulted during a burglary at their home Godalming. Lord Weatherill the early part of his life lived Nightingale Road Guildford. Elected to parliament 1964 he became deputy Speaker the House of Commons 1979 at the time of the accession of Thatcher to the premiership. He took on the role of Speaker for The House from 1983 to 1992. The journalist and a chief reporter for the Surrey Advertiser worked on the paper from the 1960s until her retirement 2001. Unusually for a local hack Dent attracted national acclaim for her work and was awarded MBE for her services to journalism 1996. After her retirement she was clerk to Normandy Parish Council and edited her village's newsletter. The high profile Welsh entertainer Sir Secombe died whilst a resident of Guildford. He was a member of the Goons trio alongside Spike Milligan and Sellers and later appeared stage musicals and films. Secombe also presented the religious programmes and The last surviving member of The Rifles who served during the Second World War still represents the regiment overseas his 85th year Crockford, who lives Godalming, annually visits war graves both and Holland to lay wreaths memory of his colleagues who died action with the Herefordshire Regiment. the 2008 ceremony for the laying-up of the colours of the 3rd Battalion, The Light Infantry Hereford he said: 1974 for the 50th anniversary of our action 180 former soldiers attended these ceremonies. 2004 there were just five of us, but this year, it was just me. There is no-one left now. Having dedicated his working life to public service the Borough of Waverley, Denninberg, who lives Godalming, was presented with the highest award that the council can bestow recognition of his loyalty to the local community. The former mayor received the Freedom of the Borough recognition of his 40 years as Labour councillor. His work the sector Guildford-born Grundy who attended Guildford County School for Girls was one of the first women Britain to be trained to use radar during the Second World War. A high-ranking army officer she had a distinguished career and was awarded MBE 1953. As a Grundy served during the Suez Crisis and was was among the last to leave the region after Egypt nationalised the canal and spent her last few hours on base shredding documents. After retiring from service she was closely involved fundraising for the Army Benevolent Fund and also served with the Red South Crispin Hill The highly regarded educationalist, who was renowned for instilling excitement into quite often unpredictable teaching sessions, dedicated his entire life to providing the best possible start to his charges. After the death of his father 1952 Hill took over as headmaster of Aldro School Shackleford near Godalming aged just 28. However he was to prove what exceptional teacher he was as the school attained high standards and good popularity. This extract from obituary published the Guardian illustrates well his style: His classes maths and science were exciting and unpredictable. When illustrating the coldness of Antarctica, he would freeze a soft rubber pipe liquid nitrogen and then knock it with a hammer that it broke into pieces. When demonstrating atmospheric pressure he would heat a Lyle's Syrup tin with a gas burner and, when it was sufficiently hot, replace the lid and