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Draughtsman, Daniel Daglish, 24, of Savory Road in Rosehill, Wallsend, pleaded guilty to common assault at Newcastle magistrates.
Chris O'Flaherty, a 22-year-old draughtsman from Oldbury, won gold medals in the Sport Kickboxing and Semi-contact categories.
Mr Davison, a draughtsman, was last seen walking along Snowdon's Pyg or Miners' Track onMonday, January 2.
He added: "I began as a fitter and turner at Courtalds and then changed and became a draughtsman at the GEC.
On Saturday, the Prudhoe draughtsman will be taking part in a charity skydive in Peterlee to help raise money for Megan Armstrong, five, who has been battling a brain tumour since she was 14 months old.
Draughtsman, printmaker, architect and painter, Walcot was the most celebrated architectural artist in England in the 1920s and '30s.
The exhibition highlights for the first time this major nineteenth-century artist's skills as a draughtsman and narrator.
And 34 years later the nostalgia flowed for care home manager Chris Chandler, 54, engineer Glyn Phillips, 53, draughtsman Bob Tobin, 53, and bus driver Dave Harvey, 49.
I doubt W Fletcher was ever chief draughtsman because Jack Hall, long time chief draughtsman, helped Wilfred to obtain professional qualification and was older than Wilfred.
ROSS FREW, 22, of Ardrossan, Ayrshire, finishes a four-year technical apprenticeship as a trainee structural draughtsman next month.
Paintings and prints by shipyard draughtsman turned painter, James Williamson Bell, will go on show at The Durham Light Infantry Museum and Durham Art Gallery from December 2 until January 14.
Retired engineering draughtsman Don, 73, and former catering company owner Stella, 71, were married at Holy Name Catholic Church in Great Barr on a snowy morning in 1956.