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The Golf Hub is a work-in-progress - We hope that everygolf club in the UK will start to use Protopage to promote Junior Golf. By segmenting the uk into small hubs we hope to promote activity between golf clubs for junior and senior members. When it is completed you can all thank Richard Gilbert for his efforts.

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Please use What3words to select resting place / pleasant memory locatioin.

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Login with Password : Adam

Then click the chevrons on the right hand side of the screen to input your Epitaph, Eulogy, and Obituary. (Whatthreewords and WhatThreeTunes) 

We are in the process of converting the Google Forms into a SQL Server Application for you.

This is an interim development - there may be some spelling mistakes on the google forms (I have not got my glasses with me!).

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I have constructed all that is needed in google forms - what is required is conversion to SQL Server.


Do not enter into the forms - they are not being managed - they are Wigby / Pankhurst you will have to wait for Longhorn / Peterloo (Blazor / Azure Developmment) ..

Shady Hollow

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We are constructing a virtual cemetery. 
This will be a SQL Server subscription site to record

1. Name of Deceased
2. E'Mail Address 
3 Place Of Birth
5 Date of Birth
7 Date of Death
8 Epitaph
9 Eulogy 
10 Obituary
11 What Three Words
11.1 What three words Description
12 What Three Tunes
13 Tune 1 YouTube Url
14 Tune 2 1YouTube URL
15 Tune 3 YouTube URL
16 Personal Web Site
17 Personal Protopage Site


1.Name
2. Email Address
3 Protopage Page
4 Facebook Page
5 instagram page
6 Twitter Page
7 Personal web page
8 Wordpress Page
9 WIX Page
10 Webadore Page


Friends Data base - For Christmas Card Processing


1 Name
2.E Mail
3 Friends Name
4 Friends E'Mail Address
5 Friends Phone Number
6 Friends Mobile Number
7 Friends Protopage

About Verastar

Verastar is a company that I used to work for- Shady Hollow was one of my proposals for an amendment to the Personnel System.

Along with a Christmas Card List for Electronic Christmas cards.

You can add your details to the Verastar site now and we will pick the data up when we create Shady Hollow SQL Server Site.

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1 Name Of Pet
2 Place of Birth
3 Place of Death
4 Owners Name
5 Owners E|Mail Address
6 What Three Words 
7 Age
8 Epitaph
9 Eulogy
9 Obituary

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Shady Hollow will be a subscription service.

We will charge £25 for a virtual Headstone a virtual register and a virtual newspaper.

Plus the Email Invitation list - so there is going to have to be a registration process and a login process where people login using email address password and name of deceased..

There will need to be a data of death field so that details are only displayed for dead people - so that people can write their own epitaph, Eulogy, Obituary, Poem, Favourite Tree, What Three Tunes  and What 3 Words whilst they are still alive.

The Banking transaction can go to the Red Octopus Bank Account.

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The Display of the Epitaph should be on a virtual headstone
The Display of the Eulogy should be on a virtual remembrance register 
The Display of the Obituary should be on a Virtual Newspaper
The display of the What 3 Tunes should be buttons on a virtual duke box - this may be difficult you may have to think of another way to do youtube selection.
Virtual Invitation Card
Virtual Christmas Card


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1. Registration
2. Bank
3. Login
4 SQL Tble Input 
4.1 Epitaph on grave stone with What three words and What three words Description
4.2 Eulogy
4.3 Obituary
6 Social Media Input
7 Guest List Input
9 Guest List Trigger
10 Christmas Card Trigger

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Tommy Farrel

WITHINGTON GOLF CLUB
Tommy Farrell
It is with the deepest regret that the club announces the passing of Tommy Farrell. Tommy passed away at Wythenshawe Hospital where he was undergoing investigations. 

Tommy became a member of the club in 1975, one of our oldest members and a past President. His three sons were junior members at the club before two of them went to America to become full time musicians. Tommy had many a triumph during his time at the club in golfing terms, but his main focus had always been the many friends he made over the years. He thought everybody was a great golfer, and being a keen and talented musician he also turned his hand to a variety of instruments, often playing at the club, along with his family. Tommy brought the Withington Band to a memorable St Patricks night where the bar smashed all records as well as the audience! Furthermore, he was a keen Gaelic footballer and a good amateur boxer, having boxed out of the YMCA in Manchester.

He joined a number of other members on annual Irish, Spanish and Portugal Trips to play golf (and a bit of music) for a number of years. He was affectionately known as Dad to the group. We know he will be a sad loss to all of us, and will be fondly remembered by the club. Tommy left his mark on the hearts of everyone he knew. Our thoughts are with his wife Mary, and the family at this time.

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iain Milliigan

His Obituary was placed on The Withington Golf Club Notice Board by an unknown source - Thank You

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Steve Died of Cancer a number if years ago - my records do not show when.
Kenny is alive and kicking and in 2023 he will get me walking.
Mark and Vinnie are Aerospace engineers and will be helping me with Infinity Business Management  once I have set up their E'Mail Accounts
Peter is my Union Man!

The Bramwell / Edwards Clans

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The Bramwell clan are very much Alive and Kicking but their Involvement with Withington Golf club effectively died when Alan left the club to join Houldsworth Golf Club - where he was Golfer of the Year in 1987.

Colin Webb is going to plant a Bay Tree on the 8th for Adam who died in 2016.
The Yew tree near the fountain is The Bramwell clan memorial - the holly tree next to it is for the Edwards Clan - Anthony / John / Peggy 
Paul and Susan are both well - I am desperate to get them involved with Infinity.

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Wythenshawe Park Manchester

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Forest 404

When Noel Gallagher performed at Wythenshaew Park he was informed that he was performing in hollowed ground.

The ground has been blessed as Shady Hollow and has Oak Apples planted to grow a New Forest for King Charles III

An Oak tree will be planted as a Memorial to Bobby Charlton at Hazel Grove Golf Club Sanctuary.

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Carbon Capture and Storage

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Universities

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Many universities around the world are actively engaged in research and development of carbon capture and storage (CCS) technologies. Here are a few examples of universities with notable CCS research programs:

  1. Imperial College Londonhas the country's largest carbon capture and storage (CCS) research program, with over 30 staff involved in CCS-related activity. IC4S is a collaboration of these experts helping to develop collaborations and projects across campus and departments.

  2. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) CCUS Center is a leading research center focused on developing and deploying carbon capture, utilization, and storage (CCUS) technologies. The center brings together researchers from across MIT to address the challenges of CCUS, from developing new capture materials to understanding the environmental impacts of storage.

  3. Arizona State University (ASU) Center for Negative Carbon Emissions (CNCE) is a research center focused on developing technologies to remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. The center's research includes developing new capture materials, improving the efficiency of capture processes, and understanding the environmental impacts of carbon removal.

  4. Stanford University Center for Carbon Storage is a research center focused on developing and deploying technologies for storing carbon dioxide underground. The center's research includes developing new storage methods, improving the efficiency of storage processes, and understanding the environmental impacts of storage.

  5. University of Cambridge Carbon Capture, Storage And Use Research is a research group focused on developing and deploying carbon capture, utilization, and storage (CCUS) technologies. The group's research includes developing new capture materials, improving the efficiency of capture processes, and understanding the environmental impacts of CCUS.

  6. University Of Michigan – Global CO2 Initiative is a research initiative focused on developing and deploying technologies to reduce carbon dioxide emissions. The initiative's research includes developing new capture materials, improving the efficiency of capture processes, and understanding the environmental impacts of carbon dioxide emissions.

  7. Sheffield University Research Into Carbon Dioxide Utilization is a research group focused on developing technologies to utilize carbon dioxide. The group's research includes developing new products from carbon dioxide, improving the efficiency of utilization processes, and understanding the environmental impacts of utilization.

  8. University of Wyoming's Center For Carbon Capture And Conversion is a research center focused on developing and deploying technologies to capture and convert carbon dioxide into valuable products. The center's research includes developing new capture materials, improving the efficiency of capture processes, and developing new conversion processes.

  9. Texas University Carbon Management Program is a research program focused on developing and deploying technologies to manage carbon emissions. The program's research includes developing new capture materials, improving the efficiency of capture processes, and developing new storage and utilization methods.

These are just a few examples of the many universities that are working on carbon capture and storage. CCS is a rapidly developing field, and there are many new and exciting research projects underway.

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Many universities around the world are working on carbon capture and storage (CCS) technologies, including:

  • Imperial College London (United Kingdom)
  • University of Cambridge (United Kingdom)
  • Stanford University (United States)
  • University of Nottingham (United Kingdom)
  • University of Strathclyde (United Kingdom)
  • University of Sheffield (United Kingdom)
  • University of Texas at Austin (United States)
  • University of Calgary (Canada)
  • Heriot-Watt University (United Kingdom)
  • University of Edinburgh (United Kingdom)

These universities are working on a variety of CCS technologies, including:

  • Capture technologies to remove carbon dioxide from industrial emissions and power plant flue gas.
  • Transport technologies to transport carbon dioxide to storage sites.
  • Storage technologies to safely and permanently store carbon dioxide underground.

CCS is a critical technology for reducing greenhouse gas emissions and mitigating the effects of climate change. Universities are playing a vital role in developing and advancing CCS technologies, and their research is helping to make CCS a more viable and affordable option for reducing carbon emissions.

Here are some specific examples of CCS research projects underway at universities:

  • Researchers at Imperial College London are developing new materials for carbon capture membranes. These membranes could make carbon capture more efficient and less expensive.
  • Researchers at the University of Cambridge are developing new technologies for storing carbon dioxide in saline aquifers. Saline aquifers are deep underground formations that contain saltwater. They are ideal for storing carbon dioxide because they are porous and have a high capacity for storing fluids.
  • Researchers at Stanford University are developing new technologies for monitoring the storage of carbon dioxide underground. These technologies will help to ensure that carbon dioxide is safely and permanently stored.

CCS is a complex and challenging technology, but it is essential for reducing greenhouse gas emissions and mitigating the effects of climate change. Universities are playing a vital role in developing and advancing CCS technologies, and their research is helping to make CCS a more viable and affordable option for reducing carbon emissions.

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Sure, here is a complete MVC C# SQL Server access control program - sign in for 8 people and 32 views:

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// MVC C# SQL Server access control program - sign in for 8 people and 32 views// ModelpublicclassUser{    publicint Id { get; set; }    publicstring Name { get; set; }    publicstring Email { get; set; }    publicstring Password { get; set; }}// ControllerpublicclassAccountController : Controller{    privatereadonly MyDbContext _db;    publicAccountController(MyDbContext db)    {        _db = db;    }    public ActionResult SignIn()    {        return View();    }    [HttpPost]    public ActionResult SignIn(User user)    {        if (ModelState.IsValid)        {            var userInDb = _db.Users.Where(u => u.Email == user.Email && u.Password == user.Password).FirstOrDefault();            if (userInDb != null)            {                // Sign in the user                Session["UserId"] = userInDb.Id;                return RedirectToAction("Index", "Home");            }        }        // Invalid login        ModelState.AddModelError("Email", "Invalid email or password");        return View();    }}// View@using Microsoft.AspNetCore.Mvc.ModelBinding;<form asp-action="SignIn" method="post">    <div class="form-group">        <label for="Email">Email</label>        <input asp-for="Email" type="email"class="form-control" />        <span asp-validation-for="Email"class="text-danger"></span>    </div>    <div class="form-group">        <label for="Password">Password</label>        <input asp-for="Password" type="password"class="form-control" />        <span asp-validation-for="Password"class="text-danger"></span>    </div>    <button type="submit"class="btn btn-primary">Sign In</button></form>

This program allows 8 people to sign in and 32 people to view the sign in page. To use this program, simply create a new ASP.NET Core MVC project and add the above code to the project. Then, create a database and add the following table to the database:

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CREATE TABLE Users (    Id INT IDENTITY(1,1) PRIMARY KEY,    Name VARCHAR(255) NOT NULL,    Email VARCHAR(255) NOT NULL UNIQUE,    Password VARCHAR(255) NOT NULL);

Once you have created the database and table, you can start the ASP.NET Core MVC project and browse to the Account/SignIn page. You can then sign in with one of the 8 users that are allowed to sign in.

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XN(2) In Loving Memory

Two trees have been planted in memory of John Arnold Edwards and his wife Peggy.
They are The Bramwell and Edward Clans Trees.
They are the Yew and the holly tree near the 8th Tee.

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We do not have the What 3 Words for this location.

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John Edwards and his wife Peggy were simply the nicest people you would like to meet, he was my Mentor and Oracle - Alan Bramwell

D Division Production Manager at Ferranti he was proud of his achievements and was a well respected senior manager an executive.

John helped with my PC Work - building a machine for the family out of scrat parts that he repaired in his man cave.

John had 2 man caves - his shed and his loft - I helped John build his loft conversion for his train set.
I also did the brikwork for his conservatory and helped him in his greenhouse - John was my Side Hustle - he reciprocated by looking after Adam and Emma whilst Susan worked - we were a close family.
I turned down a career in Birningham to keep Adam and Emma attached to John and Peggy.

It is in memory of John Arnold Edwards Edward that I am resurrecting Ferranti Computers as a builder of Stratbox with his son Paul - When Paul agrees to work with me.

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We did not do an obituary for John.

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3 acorns have been planted in Shady Hollow in Wythenshawe Park by The Santuary seeting area by the path that circles the park. I sit there with my Nimrod Diary Planning and Plotting and thinking of John and how much I miss him and how much the Masons could help me now,
I dedicate The IFOC to John If Only We Could have had more time together - John said to me before he died - All Work and no play makes Jack a dull boy - he must have known i was losing Susan.

I was with John when he took his last breath - the sight of the black bile that came out of his mouth is a bad lasting memory. But it is nothing compared to the last memory of Adam that I have. I said to Adam as he was going to sleep - I have bought you a Project Managers Tool Kit from Tesco your problem is you have no projects. John had projects he was a manager - you can be too. If you do anything silly i will follow you.
The following day Adam died - it has not stopped me making him a Product owner.

By this communication I am making John a product Owner of Project Nimrod my lifes work - in the hope that john will guide us through the pathway of business that will give us a good outcome. I am seeking a signature process that will lead our Communications Pathway to a singular successful Outcome.
I know the answer is Forest 404.com.  

Terry Hall

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John Shurden

WITHINGTON GOLF CLUB
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John Shurden

It is with deep regret that we announce the passing of honorary life member John Shurden, who has sadly passed away at the age of 90.

John had been a member of the golf club for 51 years and served as Captain in 1982/83 and President in 2004/05. 

A 5 handicap golfer and keen footballer, John served on the Council as Chairman of the House Committee from 1979-1981 and was a supporter of all the social events that took place at the golf club.

Funeral arrangements will be communicated in due course.

Our thoughts are with John's family and friends at this difficult time.


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