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Nepal Adventure 2000: An A.A.E.S.S. Expedition By Howard Trillo
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An account, based on the author's journal written at the time, of an 'activity' expedition to Nepal organised for the students of Al Ain English Speaking School located in Abu Dhabi, U.A.E. The book... More > is being published to help raise funds for a new classroom at Shiwalaya Secondary School, Kalleri-Bolde, in Kavre District, Nepal, and all profits will go towards the building of the new classroom.< Less
Nepal Adventure 2000: An AAESS Expedition By Howard Trillo
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An account, based on the author’s journal written at the time, of an ‘activity’ expedition to Nepal organised for the students of Al Ain English Speaking School located in Abu Dhabi... More > Emirate, in the U.A.E. The author became involved with a particular school in the rural area of Nepal - Shiwalaya Secondary School, Kalleri, in Kavre District - and his students helped raise funds for the school development. Fourteen years on from the expedition, a new development plan has been formulated which includes a new classroom being built on top of the one Mr. Trillo and friends constructed and furnished in 2006/7. In order to raise funds for this project, which is also being supported by Chester Rotary Club, this book is being published, and so... ALL PROFITS WILL GO TOWARDS THE BUILDING OF THE NEW CLASSROOM It is hoped that the students and adults who participated in this ‘school trip’, as well as their parents (!), will want to purchase a copy of the book knowing that they are supporting a worthy cause.< Less
Into Africa 2002 By Howard Trillo
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An account, based on the author's journal written at the time together with personal reminiscences of some of the participants, of a 'Safari' to East Africa organised for the students of Al Ain... More > English Speaking School, located in the Abu Dhabi Emirate in the UAE. Even at the time of the expedition, Mr T, and indeed AAESS, was very involved with a school in the rural area of Nepal - Shiwalaya Secondary School, Kalleri-Bolde, Kavre District - fundraising having recently started for the schools' development (renovation of a complete block of classrooms). Thirteen years on, a new development plan has been formulated which includes a new classroom being built on top of the one Mr Trillo and friends constructed and furnished in 2006/7. In order to raise funds for a new classroom at Shiwalaya School, a project which is also being supported by Chester Rotary Club, this book is being published, and so... ALL PROFITS WILL GO TOWARDS THE BUILDING OF THE NEW CLASSROOM< Less
Into Africa 2002 By Howard Trillo
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An account, based on the author's journal written at the time together with personal reminiscences of some of the participants, of a 'Safari' to East Africa organised for the students of Al Ain... More > English Speaking School, located in the Abu Dhabi Emirate in the UAE. The author, a teacher at the school in the year 2002, had never visited Africa before but nevertheless accepted the responsibility of taking his students on what would be a challenging trip for everyone involved. Even at the time of the expedition, Mr T, and indeed AAESS, was very involved with a school in the rural area of Nepal - Shiwalaya Secondary School, Kalleri-Bolde, Kavre District. In order to raise funds for a new classroom at Shiwalaya School, a project which is also being supported by Chester Rotary Club, this book is being published, and so... ALL PROFITS WILL GO TOWARDS THE BUILDING OF THE NEW CLASSROOM< Less
Himalayan Trekking: Annapurna Circuit 2006 By Howard Trillo
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An account, illustrated with numerous photographs, of a well-known trek in the Himalayas, the Annapurna Circuit - from Besi Sahar (anti-clockwise) to Nayapul, near Pokhara. The trek was undertaken in... More > 2006, before the development of the new road to Marpha and Jomson on the western side of the Circuit, and thus describes conditions that no longer exist on that section of the route. The book was produced to coincide with the 70th birthday of one of the trekkers!< Less
All at Sea - The Life of Lt. Commander E. J. Trillo, RN By Howard Trillo
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A narrative history of the life of Edward James Trillo, RN, 1878 - 1958.
A New History of Elborow School, Rugby, 1707-1960 By Howard Trillo
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This 2nd Edition of the narrative history remains a tribute to past teachers & pupils, especially to Mr Swaab, the headmaster who produced “A Short History of Elborow School” in 1954,... More > but now includes the early career of Headmaster, Mr. Simmonds, as well as personal reminiscences of life at school in the 1930s. An additional Appendix describes the history of the Elborow Mission and St. Philip’s Church, and an Index is now provided. Richard Elborowe's life is described in detail, including his relationship with his nephew, the Naturalist, James Pettiver. The 250-year history of the School includes the changes in Staff and teaching methods over time, and the pupils are not forgotten: their lessons, sporting and academic achievements, even an heroic exploit, are included, being interspersed with local events and personal memoirs of past pupils. Another Appendix gives biographies of Rugby notaries who went to Elborow. The book should appeal to those interested in Rugby History as well as Elborow School.< Less
A New History of Elborow School, Rugby, 1707-1960 By Howard Trillo
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This 2nd Edition of the narrative history remains a tribute to past teachers & pupils, especially to Mr Swaab, the headmaster who produced “A Short History of Elborow School” in 1954,... More > but now includes the early career of Headmaster, Mr. Simmonds, as well as personal reminiscences of life at school in the 1930s. An additional Appendix describes the history of the Elborow Mission and St. Philip’s Church, and an Index is now provided. Richard Elborowe's life is described in detail, including his relationship with his nephew, the Naturalist, James Pettiver. The 250-year history of the School includes the changes in Staff and teaching methods over time, and the pupils are not forgotten: their lessons, sporting and academic achievements, even an heroic exploit, are included, being interspersed with local events and personal memoirs of past pupils. Another Appendix gives biographies of Rugby notaries who went to Elborow. The book should appeal to those interested in Rugby History as well as Elborow School.< Less
A New History of Elborow School, Rugby, 1707-1960 By Howard Trillo
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This 2nd Edition of the narrative history remains a tribute to past teachers & pupils, especially to Mr Swaab, the headmaster who produced “A Short History of Elborow School” in 1954,... More > but now includes the early career of Headmaster, Mr. Simmonds, as well as personal reminiscences of life at school in the 1930s. An additional Appendix describes the history of the Elborow Mission and St. Philip’s Church, and an Index is now provided. Richard Elborowe's life is described in detail, including his relationship with his nephew, the Naturalist, James Pettiver. The 250-year history of the School includes the changes in Staff and teaching methods over time, and the pupils are not forgotten: their lessons, sporting and academic achievements, even an heroic exploit, are included, being interspersed with local events and personal memoirs of past pupils. Another Appendix gives biographies of Rugby notaries who went to Elborow. The book should appeal to those interested in Rugby History as well as Elborow School.< Less
The Trillowes of Chastleton - a medieval Oxfordshire family By Howard Trillo
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A comprehensive history of the Trillowe family, based at Chastleton, Oxfordshire, illuminating the world of the minor gentry of the 14th Century. The book focusses on the family's establishment at... More > Chastleton manor by 1302 and its subsequent fortunes until 1445. Ostensibly the story of the minor gentry, neverthelss 'national' figures (e.g. the earls of Warwick) appear and show the inter-connectivity between the two social groups. Once more, the importance of education via the Church and/or martial exploits on the field of battle are shown to be the keys to upward social mobility in the Middle Ages. The text is fully supported by Family Trees, a List of References to Sources, a Glossary of Medieval terms, Appendices on key sources, and an Index to People and Places. Consequently, the book should appeal to all those interested in genealogy, Oxfordshire local history, the medieval world in general and particularly those contemplating doing their own medieval family history research.< Less

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