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Petroc

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Petroc is a further education college in Devon, England, with a catchment area covering more than 1,500 square miles. It serves up to 20,000 students each year—including distance and work-based learners all over the UK—from entry level courses, through FE, higher education and beyond. The college employs more than 1,000 people. Its main campuses are in Barnstaple and Tiverton. The college also undertakes research and development projects, often working with European partners. The organisation works with thousands of businesses, training apprentices, delivering short courses, facilitating Knowledge Transfer Partnerships and providing conference facilities. Many of its premises are open to the public; including restaurants, hair, beauty and complementary therapies salons and entertainment venues.

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Google previewDelphi Collected Works of M. R. James (Illustrated) (2013)

by M. R. James

Petroc is a Gospelbook of the ninth century now in the British Museum, specially valuable for the many manumissions of serfs which (as was the early custom) were registered in it before the Conquest. Of the Priory buildings, ...

Google previewDelphi Complete Works of M. R. James (Illustrated) (2013)

by M. R. James

Petroc is a Gospelbook of the ninth century now in the British Museum, specially valuable for the many manumissions of serfs which (as was the early custom) were registered in it before the Conquest. Of the Priory buildings, ...

Google previewHome to Roost (2012)

Putting Down Roots in Cornwall by Tessa Hainsworth

St Petroc is a seaside village, a fabulous harbour town with a couple of beautiful beaches, great cafés, art galleries, and shops. The harbour is filled with fishing boats instead of yachts as this is still a working harbour, and the pier is stacked ...

Google previewDictionary of American Family Names (2003)

by Patrick Hanks

Petroc is a local saint, who is commemorated in several place names, including Padstow (earlier Sancte Petroces stow). Pedro (970) 1. Spanish, Portuguese, and Galician: from the personal name Pedro, Spanish and Portuguese ...

Google previewA Dictionary of British History (2004)

Petroc, St (6th cent.). Particularly associated with Cornwall, Petroc allegedly renounced royal responsibilities in ...

Google previewThe Comprehensive Dictionary of Patron Saints (2014)

by Pablo Ricardo Quintana

Cornwall, England - Michael, Petroc, Piran Corpus Christi, TX, ...

Google previewA Catholic Dictionary (1997)

by Rev. Fr. Donald Attwater

Petroc (Padstow), Ia (Saint Ives), Piran (Truro), Tudwal (Barmouth), Teilo (Tenby), Samson (Caldey and ...

Google previewThe Edinburgh Encyclopaedia (1832)

PETRoc AR PUs. Cal. 5-dent. Legum. falcatum foliaceum varicosum ala cinctum, non dehiscens. Sem. aliquot solitaria. 1. Draco. South America. Shrub. 2 .

Google previewHaydn's Dictionary of Dates (1871)

Relating to All Ages and Nations, for Universal Reference by Joseph Haydn

Petroc was the first bishop of Cornwall, before 900 ; CEdulphus, the first bishop of Devonshire, 905 ; and Leofric, the first bishop of Exeter, in 1049. The cathedral origiually belonged to a monastery founded ...

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