Cowlin

All Noun
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  • Notable residents of Pickering have included Dorothy Cowlin who wrote many articles about the area and its people.
  • The Cowlin deal came to an end during the late-2000s recession.
  • Cowlin was picked as the preferred contractor for the new athletic stadium.
  • It was designed by the Docks Committee engineer, and built by William Cowlin and Sons.
  • The club's longest running kit sponsorship was from local company Cowlin Construction who sponsored the club for a total of 11 years before ending the deal in 2009.
  • Dorothy Cowlin was born in Grantham, a market town in Lincolnshire, England in 1911.
  • The main shirt sponsor is Cowlin Construction and the secondary shirt sponsor is Blackthorn Cider.
  • The athletics stadium is the only part of the development to not be built by the main contractor, Laing O'Rourke and instead individual contractor, Cowlin Construction.
  • During World War One the site was converted into allotments but after the war Buffalo Bill's Field was bought by Sir Francis Nicholas Cowlin (then the Sheriff of Bristol) and given to Bristol Rugby Club.
  • Nick Higgs is a former businessman, current chairman of Bristol Rovers Football Club, and a former Chief Executive of Cowlin Construction, a company now owned by Balfour Beatty.
  • The main shirt sponsor is Cowlin Construction, a subsidiary of Balfour Beatty, and the secondary shirt sponsor is Blackthorn Cider.
  • On March 8, 1996, the Second District Illinois Appellate Court unanimously reversed and remanded the case for a new trial on the ground that Cowlin erred in failing to grant a motion to suppress Gary's allegedly inculpatory statements.

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