BPCC

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BPCCBritish Polish Chamber of Commerce (Poland)
BPCCBossier Parish Community College (Bossier City, LA, USA)
BPCCBritish Pedal Car Championship (UK)
BPCCBusiness Process Competency Center (Virtusa Corp.)
BPCCBirkenhead Park Cricket Club (UK)
BPCCBest Practices in Corporate Communications (Washington, DC)
BPCCBritish-Polish Correspondence Club
BPCCBrisbane Police Communications Centre (Brisbane, Australia)
BPCCBlockwise Partitioned Convolutional Code
BPCCBritish Printing and Publishing Communication Corporation
BPCCBinary Pulse Compression Code
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Mrs Warde celebrated her birthday with her two children and many of her seven grandchildren and 11 greatgrandchildren at a party at Birkenhead Park Cricket Club.
For many years, Birkenhead Park Cricket Club actually played in the Liverpool Competition, as did other teams from Cheshire and old Lancashire.
It has worked with the public sector to secure pounds 350, 000 to open an indoor cricket school at Birkenhead Park Cricket Club for use by local clubs.
Cammell Laird Football Club have thrown down the gauntlet to Birkenhead Park Cricket Club and the two clubs are staging a family fun day at the cricket club's home.
THREE more of Birkenhead Park cricket club's brightest and best young players are to head to Australia as the club bids to maintain its remarkable turnaround.
1953: Conservatives and socialists were battling it out yesterday over whether or not to allow Birkenhead Park Cricket Club to play matches on Sundays.
Band member Steve Edwards said: ``Wirral needs a live music venue that specialises in blues and jazz,and, in particular,gives young people a chance to hear music live.'' The Baudelaire Brothers, who are also app-earing at the Bury Blues Festival in June, alongside rhythm and blues legend Gino Washington, will be playing on Friday, May 16 at Birkenhead Park Cricket Club, 9pm.
BIRKENHEAD Park Cricket Club have just experienced one of the worst seasons in their history, with both 1st and 2nd XIs being relegated to the lowest divisions of the Murray Smith Cheshire County League, yet skipper David Smith believes 2003 could provide a sharp upturn in fortunes.