A very big UK Folk rarity we have here ! Issued without cover (white sleeve only). Roxeth Manor Folk Group – ST Label: Studio Republic – SRS 12106. Tracklist A1 Imagine A2 Hush Little Baby A3 The Impossible Dream A4 Copper Kettle B1 Water Is Wide B2 Country Roads B3 Just A Little Rain B4 Streets Of London B5 I'd Like To Teach The World To Sing. you'll not have another opportunity ! Record : EXC Cover : NA (White cardboard sleeve) Price : Recently SOLD - I'm sorry. Payment : PAYPAL only Contact : etienne.
Formally known as Roxeth Manor.
Roxeth was a hamlet in the ancient Harrow on the Hill parish, which now forms part of the London Borough of Harrow in Greater London, England. The ancient parish of Harrow on the Hill, or simply Harrow, was one of the largest parishes in Middlesex. Apart from Harrow Town, it encompassed a number of smaller settlements, including Roxeth itself, Greenhill, Harrow Weald, Kenton, Preston, Uxendon, Tokyngton, Sudbury, Wembley and Alperton.
Formally known as Roxeth Manor First School it is now called Heathland School. Roxeth Manor in 1966/67 from former pupil Nick Torres. Thank you. Who recognises this door? Eastcote Lane - Roxeth Manor School. This site may also help rediscover old friends from Roxeth Manor First School.
Roxeth manor first and middle school. HEATHLAND SCHOOL JOB DESCRIPTION TRATIVE ASSISTANT G2 Core Purpose Under the direction of the Headteacher and the Office Manager, support the smooth running of the school office through the provision of efficient reception, administrative, clerical, personnel and financial systems and procedures.
Formally known as Roxeth Manor First School it is no. .
Roxeth village was adjacent to Harrow on the Hill, along the main road to the south. The name Roxeth is thought to derive from a contraction of 'Rooks Heath' and much of the land between Roxeth and Sudbury was indeed heathland as far as the early 19th century. A mediaeval moated manor existed until the mid-20th century. On its site stands a council housing estate. Development around the crossroads at the bottom of Harrow on the Hill, an area known as Roxeth Corner, was under way in the early 19th century, using brick from the nearby brickworks in Lower Road.
Tracklist Hide Credits
Written-By – John Lennon
|A2||Hush Little Baby|
|A3||The Impossible Dream
Written-By – Joe Darion
Written-By – Albert Beddoe
|B1||Water Is Wide|
|B3||Just A Little Rain|
|B4||Streets Of London
Written-By – Ralph McTell
|B5||I'd Like To Teach The World To Sing|
NotesThis LP was issued in a Poly-lined sleeve only.
Original sleeve stated, U.K. Patent No. 1.072.844, Foreign Patents Pending,
The item was priced at £0.95p upon release.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A:): SRS + 12106 + A
- Matrix / Runout (Side B:): SRS + 12106 + B