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Farrell and Grimshaw Partnership

  • Corporate body
  • 1965-1980

In 1965 architects Terry Farrell and Nicholas Grimshaw began a fifteen year partnership, separating in 1980 to both start their own practices.


  • Corporate body
  • 1980-

An architecture and urban design firm founded by British architect-planner Terry Farrell with offices in London, Manchester, Hong Kong, and Shanghai.
The firm has operated under the following names:
1980 – 1987 Terry Farrell and Partners
1987 – 1988 Terry Farrell Partnership
1988 – 1997 Terry Farrell and Company
1991 – 2012 TFP Farrells (the incorporated name for the Hong Kong office)
2012 – present Farrells

November Club

  • Corporate body
  • 1990 -

A site specific theatre company based in Northumberland.

St Bees School

  • Corporate body
  • 1583-

Co-educational private school in the English public school tradition, located in the West Cumbrian village of St Bees, England. It was founded in 1583 by Edmund Grindal, the Archbishop of Canterbury, as a boys' free grammar school.

Heversham Grammar School

  • Corporate body
  • 1613-1984

Heversham Grammar School existed for more than 370 years from 1613 until 1984, when it amalgamated with the comprehensive school in Milnthorpe to become the boarding house and 6th form college of Dallam School.

Arts Council England, 1994-

  • Corporate body
  • 1994-

Non-departmental public body of the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport. It is also a registered charity. It was formed in 1994 when the Arts Council of Great Britain was divided into three separate bodies for England, Scotland and Wales. The arts funding system in England underwent considerable reorganisation in 2002 when all of the regional arts boards were subsumed into Arts Council England and became regional offices of the national organisation.
Arts Council England is a government-funded body dedicated to promoting the performing, visual and literary arts in England. Since 1994, Arts Council England has been responsible for distributing lottery funding. This investment has helped to transform the building stock of arts organisations and to create much additional high-quality arts activity.
On 1 October 2011 the Museums, Libraries and Archives Council was subsumed into the Arts Council in England and they assumed the responsibilities of the council.

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