Farmer launches ketch after 20-year build

April 23, 2011 by No Comments

Farmer launches ketch after 20-year build
An Oxfordshire farmer is finally set to launch a 36ft ketch that he has been building for more than 20 years. Iain Tolhurst built the yacht, a Pinky Ketch, entirely from reclaimed or indigenous timber from the estate where he runs his organic farm in Whitchurch-on-Thames, near Reading.
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The Dish: Michael Douglas, Zeta-Jones nosh at Greenwich pizzeria
Scene … Actors Catherine Zeta-Jones and Michael Douglas , of Bedford, N.Y., were seen at 06830 Gifts — owned by Jennifer Edelson and her mother, Elizabeth Kopyscinski — on East Putnam Avenue in Greenwich on Thursday.
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Financier and philanthropist Bill Edwards amps up entertainment empire
By Katherine Snow Smith, Times Staff Writer Monday, April 18, 2011 Bill Edwards owns the Big 3 Entertainment music production company and studios as well as the extraordinarily lucrative Mortgage Investors Corp. TREASURE ISLAND Upstairs, where he oversees 880 employees who aggressively hawk mortgages across the country, Bill Edwards makes money. Downstairs, where he has a state-of-the-art …
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