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Throughout their married life, Enid and Raymond enjoyed many holidays, including their honeymoon in Eyemouth and loved holidaying later in life in Scarborough, as Enid has always been afraid of flying.
Four-year-old Enid Roberts and an 84-year-old lady are the only two people of this name in Llanberis.
Enid was chosen by the firm to participate in their awareness campaign as head spokesperson due to her outstanding professional history, in addition to a deep connection to the Hispanic/Latino community.
Enid Mary Wilson celebrates her 100th birthday at the University Hospital of Wales after she was taken ill last week.
Enid did not want to comment this week until she had spoken to her representatives.
We are proud that Enid Hutt Gallery is one of the most prestigious art galleries in Scotland, and we've been registered members of the Fine Art Trade Guild since 1991.
At the same reunion is Enid, living in a safe narrow world of her own construction.
HER stories have brought joy to millions of children worldwide and this half-term book fans from Tyneside have been discovering the magic behind Enid Blyton's work.
Realising an ambition: Pianist Robert John Godfrey of The Enid.
Cult rock band The Enid have their fans to thank for making their dream of performing on stage with a symphony orchestra come true.
Enid Gruffudd, a former teacher at Ysgol David Hughes, Menai Bridge, has won a Hymn Tune contest held to celebrate 50 years of S4C series Dechrau Canu Dechrau Canmol.
Auntie Enid was born Enid Vaughan Jones in Froheulog, Penrhyndeudraeth, on 20 February, 1902.