Katrina Cameron

Katrina Cameron

— Gymnast ♀ —

Country represented
 Canada

Born
(1995-05-09) 9 May 1995 (age 21)
Mississauga, Ontario

Height
5 ft 5 in (165 cm)

Discipline
Rhythmic gymnastics

Level
Senior International Elite

Years on national team
2007–2016

Retired
2016

Medal record

Representing  Canada

Rhythmic gymnastics

Pan American Games

2011 Guadalajara
Group all-around

2011 Guadalajara
3 ribbons + 2 hoops

2011 Guadalajara
5 balls

2015 Toronto
5 ribbons

2015 Toronto
6 clubs + 2 hoops

Pan American Championships

2014 Mississauga
10 clubs

2014 Mississauga
3 balls + 2 ribbons

Youth Olympic Games

2010 Singapore
Group all-around

Katrina Cameron (born 9 May 1995) is a Canadian group rhythmic gymnast. She represents her nation at international competitions.
She participated at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London.[1] She also competed at world championships, including at the 2011, 2014 and 2015 World Rhythmic Gymnastics Championships.[2]
References[edit]

^ “Katrina Cameron”. Olympics at Sports-Reference.com. Sports Reference LLC. 
^ “2011 World Rhythmic Gymnastics Championships athletes – Katrina Cameron”. Longinestiming.com. Retrieved 27 January 2016. 

External links[edit]

Katrina Cameron
http://www.bbc.com/sport/olympics/2012/athletes/5ec33954-8fff-4733-99f2-773ba1d8752c
http://www.mississauga.com/sports-story/6762850-rhythmic-gymnast-katrina-cameron-calls-it-a-career/
https://www.gymbc.org/news/post/canadas-artistic-and-rhythmic-teams-announced-for-pan-am-games

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GWR 0-4-0ST

GWR No. 1340 Trojan preserved at Didcot Railway Centre

The GWR 0-4-0ST steam locomotives were acquired by the Great Western Railway at the 1923 grouping. They came from small railways (mostly in South Wales) and from contractors. Some of them survived into British Railways ownership in 1948 and a few are preserved.

Contents

1 Details
2 In fiction
3 Gallery
4 See also
5 Sources
6 References
7 External links

Details[edit]

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Railway
Name/Number
Builder
Works no.
Build date
GWR no.
BR no.
Notes

Ystalyfera Tin Works
Hercules
Peckett
810
1900

1
Taken into stock in 1948

Swansea Harbour Trust
3
Hudswell Clarke

1905
150

Swansea Harbour Trust
5
Andrew Barclay
1045
1905
701
1140
Withdrawn 1958[1]

Swansea Harbour Trust
7
Peckett

1899–1904
886

Swansea Harbour Trust
8
Peckett

1899–1904
926

Swansea Harbour Trust
9
Peckett

1899–1904
930

Swansea Harbour Trust
10
Peckett
974
1904
933

Sold to National Coal Board in 1928

Swansea Harbour Trust
11
Peckett

1906
929
1141

Swansea Harbour Trust
12
Peckett
1105
1908
968
1143
Withdrawn 1960[2]

Swansea Harbour Trust
13
Hawthorn Leslie
2781
1909
974
1144
Withdrawn 1960[3]

Swansea Harbour Trust
14
Hudswell Clarke
939
1911
943
1142
Withdrawn 1959[4]

Swansea Harbour Trust
15
Peckett
1282
1912
1085
1146
Withdrawn 1951[5]

Swansea Harbour Trust
16
Peckett
1302
1913
1086
1147
Withdrawn 1951[6]

Swansea Harbour Trust
18
Peckett
1522
1918
1098
1145
Withdrawn 1959[7]

Powlesland and Mason
3
Peckett
1328
1907
696
1150
Withdrawn 1952[8]

Powlesland and Mason
4
Peckett
1449
1913
779
1151
Sold 1964

Powlesland and Mason
5
Brush Electrical
301
1903
795

Rebuilt with pannier tanks in 1926

Powlesland and Mason
6
Brush Electrical
314
1906
921

Sold to Berry Wiggins & Co. Ltd. in 1928. On display at the Snibston Discovery Museum until March 2016.

Powlesland and Mason
7
Avonside

1874
925

Ex GWR 1330; formerly South Devon Railway Rook. Purchased in 1906

Powlesland and Mason
11
Peckett

1907
927

Powlesland and Mason
12
Peckett

1907
935
1152
Withdrawn 1961[9]

Powlesland and Mason
14
Andrew Barclay
1273
1912
928

Powlesland and Mason
Dorothy
Hawthorn Leslie
2558
1903
942
1153
Withdrawn 1955[10]

Cardiff Railway
5
Kitson & Co.
3799
1898
1338
1338
Preserved at Didcot

Alexandra Docks
Trojan
Avonside
1386
1897
1340

Preserved at Didcot

Alexandra Docks
Alexandr

Mansfield District Council elections

Mansfield District Council in Nottinghamshire, England is elected every four years. Since the last boundary changes in 2011, 36 councillors have been elected from 36 wards.[1] Since 2002 Mansfield has also had a directly elected mayor.

Contents

1 Political control
2 Elected mayor
3 Council elections
4 By-election results

4.1 1999–2003
4.2 2003–2007
4.3 2007–2011

5 References
6 External links

Political control[edit]
Since the first election to the council in 1973 political control of the council has been held by the following parties:[2]

Party in control
Years

Labour
1973–2003

Independent
2003–2011

Labour
2011–2015

Independent
2015 –

Elected mayor[edit]
In May 2002 Mansfield voted to introduce a directly elected mayor in a referendum. The vote saw a turnout of 21%, with slightly less than 55% voted in favour.[3] Since the first election in October 2002 independent Tony Egginton has been the mayor.[4]

Mansfield mayoral election, 2002
Mansfield mayoral election, 2007
Mansfield mayoral election, 2011

Council elections[edit]

Mansfield District Council election, 1973
Mansfield District Council election, 1976
Mansfield District Council election, 1979 (New ward boundaries)[5]
Mansfield District Council election, 1983
Mansfield District Council election, 1987
Mansfield District Council election, 1991
Mansfield District Council election, 1995 (District boundary changes took place but the number of seats remained the same)[6]
Mansfield District Council election, 1999
Mansfield District Council election, 2003 (New ward boundaries)[7][8]
Mansfield District Council election, 2007
Mansfield District Council election, 2011 (New ward boundaries)[1][9]
Mansfield District Council election, 2015

By-election results[edit]
1999–2003[edit]

Birklands By-Election 7 June 2001

Party
Candidate
Votes
%
±

Labour

2,382
81.3

Conservative

546
18.7

Majority
1,836
62.6

Turnout
2,928

Labour hold
Swing

Oakham By-Election 18 July 2002[10]

Party
Candidate
Votes
%
±

Conservative

371
60.1
+1.7

Labour

153
24.8
-16.8

Liberal Democrat

93
15.1
+15.1

Majority
218
35.3

Turnout
617
10.9

Conservative hold
Swing

Oak Tree By-Election 12 December 2002[11]

Party
Candidate
Votes
%
±

Labour

290
47.4
-17.3

Independent

218
35.6
+35.6

Conservative

66
10.8
-24.5

Green

38
6.2
+6.2

Majority
72
11.8

Turnout
612
13.6

Labour hold
Swing

2003–2007[edit]

Eakring By-Election 15 September 2005