BIOB

(redirected from Birkenhead Institute Old Boys)
AcronymDefinition
BIOBBlame It on Bush
BIOBBighorn In Our Backyard (Canada)
BIOBBirkenhead Institute Old Boys (alumni group)
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Birkenhead Institute Old Boys opposed plans by Tranmere Rovers to sell off their training ground for housing.
The WOA added: "The Wilfred Owen Association request that an attempt be made to identify and preserve the trees planted in memory of the Birkenhead Institute old boys killed in the First World War, and that full consideration be given to the fact that the playing fields and pavilion have a commemorative purpose.
Birkenhead Institute Old Boys had opposed the League Two side's proposals to sell the fields on the grounds they were dedicated to the memory of 88 former pupils who died in World War I, including poet Wilfred Owen.
But they had faced opposition from Birkenhead Institute Old Boys who have long opposed the League Two side's proposals to sell the Ingleborough Road site for housing development, which they say was dedicated in 1926 to the memory of the 88 former pupils of the Institute who died in World War I, including poet Wilfred Owen.
However, a spokesman for Birkenhead Institute Old Boys said: "We are cautiously optimistic that conditions are right and that resources can be made available to ensure a proper ongoing legacy to the bravery of the Old Boys of our school who fell in the Great War.
Mr Wood said: "It has been left to the Birkenhead History Society along with The Birkenhead Institute Old Boys to commemorate the occasion by re-issuing an updated version of the Wilfred Owen Trail round Birkenhead.
SAY Birkenhead Institute Old Boys are opposing the League Two side's proposals to sell the Ingleborough Road site, which they say was dedicated in 1926 to the memory of the 88 former pupils of Birkenhead Institute who died in World War I.
theliver poolecho The Birkenhead Institute Old Boys, who have campaigned against the development of Ingleborough because they see it as a memorial to World War I poet and former pupil Wilfred Owen, were worried they would not be given a say before the bid was rubberstamped.
A spokesman for Birkenhead Institute Old Boys (BIOB) said: "It has become clear that council officers knew, but did not reveal to elected members, the scale of the club's anticipated profit from the sale.
Now the Birkenhead Institute Old Boys (BIOB) say they back the trust's bid to buy Tranmere from owner Peter Johnson.
A group from the Birkenhead Institute Old Boys (BIOB) met with Wirral council and insisted they are involved in future discussions over the removal and re-siting of the war memorial should development proceed.