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the Eddie & The Hot Rods - Friday Osprey Arena British legends Eddie & The Hot Rods will be making a special one-off appearance at the rally on Friday night in the Osprey arena.
Reigning Wimbledon champion Marion Bartoli, British legends Greg Rusedski and Virginia Wade and a host of tennis legends and rising stars of the ATP and WTA circuits will take part in the tournament.
Having competed at university, Gary is a well-known competitor on the national surfing scene and clinched the prestigious British Legends Championship in 2004.
There's a spectacular show, narrated by actor Anthony Andrews that celebrates British Legends, with dramatic re-enactments of iconic battles, a display of military kit and a chance to meet members of our forces.
Call our Holiday Advisors here in the UK 0844 544 4218 Code CV 7 December 2013 2 days from PS149 The brilliant and breathtaking British Military Tournament returns in 2013 for its fourth year to celebrate 'British Legends' in this exciting new show, which will have audiences perched on the very edge of their seat.
Despite the input of these two British legends in their fields, the success of the Birkin Bentley would not have been possible without the significant financial input of two of Britain's wealthiest people at the time.
The pack also features scores of Olympians past and present, and the cards enable you to trump your opponents across a range of Olympic themes from British Legends to Paralympic Heroes.
THEY may be close to picking up their pensions but British legends Uriah Heep are still rocking hard.
He joins the pantheon of British legends to win on home soil comprising Sir Stirling Moss, Peter Collins, Jim Clark, Sir Jackie Stewart, James Hunt, John Watson, Nigel Mansell, Damon Hill, Johnny Herbert and David Coulthard.

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