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The award for best teaching assistant went to Becky Newman, who works in the maths department at Tendring technology college in Clacton-on-Sea in Essex.
Teaching awards honour unusual approaches and remarkable individuals Rachel Williams 2010
Stock, the Conservative leader of the council, which is run from the town hall in neighbouring Clacton-on-Sea, looks somewhat out of place.
She was playing at Butlin's holiday camp in Clacton-on-Sea, Essex, when she was spotted by Cyril Shane, manager of the publishers Mills Music.
Shirley Evans obituary Phil Davison 2010
• Eighteen months later Wing and business partners opened a restaurant in a former tea shop in Clacton-on-Sea.
The only comparable find dating to the same period is a yew lance tip from Clacton-on-Sea, England, discovered in 1911.
Again and again, too, Mrs. Booth would receive deputations of Officers of different classes and from various countries in which The Army was at work, who came to Clacton-on-Sea, where the last fifteen months of her life were spent, to listen to her words of advice and inspiration.
Catherine Booth — a Sketch Colonel Mildred Duff
In December, 1914, Mrs. Jackson, wife of a golf professional, returned from Germany to Clacton-on-Sea.
Should you wish to remember me in your prayers, _je suis le Comte Blowfly, du Rat Mort, Clacton-on-Sea_.
Jonah and Co. Dornford Yates 1922
The intervening spaces were taken up with little jars and cups and saucers -- gold inside, with a view of a town outside, and surrounding them, 'A Present from Clacton-on-Sea, 'or, alliteratively, 'A Memento of Margate.'
Liza of Lambeth 1919
Clacton-on-Sea, Southend, back again, finishing the journey at Battersea