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From: "Caro Holden" <>
Subject: RE: [SFK-UK] East Anglia
Date: Thu, 6 Mar 2003 18:31:41 -0000
As I understand it, part of belonging to the EU necessitates having a
regional structure for the country (There are 8 regions plus London.) For
some reason, which doesn't make much sense to me, Herts and Beds were
included with the 4 counties you mention in the East of England
administrative region. It's not quite the same as East Anglia, though.
Until recently I worked for the East of England Development agency and had
one bizarre week where I had a meeting one day in Watford and the next in Gt
From: ELIZABETH EVERS [mailto:]
Sent: Thursday, March 06, 2003 2:32 PM
Subject: [SFK-UK] East Anglia
Could some one please enlighten me, when I attended school in England in the
early 60s East Anglia consisted of Suffolk, Norfolk, Essex, Cambridgeshire,
and it seems to me there was another county that was dissolved and divided
between several counties BUT I was never told Herefordshire and
Bedfordshire were part of East Anglia.
Can anyone tell me if I just went to a biased school in Ipswich, or when did
this action occur.
By the way there used to be an all girls school on Nacton Road that closed
many years ago it was within walking distance to Priory Heath Schools does
any one remember the actual name.
Thanks in advance, Elizabeth (Tuscaloosa Alabama)
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