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Liz Edmiston
Liz Edmiston (21 May 1945 – 10 April 2008) was a British actress. She appeared in several TV series including ''Sentimental Education'' (1970), ''Now Take My Wife'' (1971), ''Dickens of London'' (1976) and ''Forgotten (TV series), Forgotten'' (1999), and starred opposite Jack Wild in the 1973 film ''The 14''. She also made appearances in episodes of ''Oh No, It's Selwyn Froggitt!'' (1974) and ''Keeping up Appearances'' (1993), and was married to fellow actor Eric Carte. She was in poor health with diabetes from the age of 13, and died while acting on board the liner MV Oriana (1995). External links *Guardian obituary
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Gosport ( ) is a town and non-metropolitan district, non-metropolitan borough on the south coast of Hampshire, South East England. At the United Kingdom Census 2011, 2011 Census, its population was 82,662. Gosport is situated on a peninsula on the western side of Portsmouth Harbour, opposite the city of Portsmouth, to which it is linked by the Gosport Ferry. Gosport lies south-east of Fareham, to which it is linked by a South East Hampshire Bus Rapid Transit, Bus Rapid Transit route and the A32 road, A32. Until the last quarter of the 20th century, Gosport was a major naval town associated with the defence and supply infrastructure of HMNB Portsmouth, Her Majesty's Naval Base (HMNB) Portsmouth. As such over the years extensive fortifications were created. Gosport is still home to and a DM Gosport, Naval Armament Supply Facility, as well as a Helicopter Repair base. The Town area of the Borough, including Newtown, consists of the town centre, Stoke Road shopping area, Walpole ...
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