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Barnstars I've received[edit]

Wordsmith's barnstar.png The Writer's Barnstar
For your articles on Brian Moore's novels. INeverCry 01:50, 21 July 2012 (UTC)
Original Barnstar Hires.png The Original Barnstar
For your recent new articles :). Keep up the good work! Ironholds (talk) 19:51, 28 September 2012 (UTC)
Tireless Contributor Barnstar Hires.gif The Tireless Contributor Barnstar
For writing the entry on Rabbi Barbara Borts, yet another high quality article for Wikipedia. gidonb (talk) 14:13, 1 February 2015 (UTC)

Good Articles/Did You Know? nominations[edit]

St Leonard's Court[edit]

  • I created this article and sucessfully nominated it for the Did You Know section on Wikipedia's main page, where it was featured, with one of my photographs, at the top of the section
Updated DYK query.svg On 1 October 2016, Did you know was updated with a fact from the article St Leonard's Court, which you recently created, substantially expanded, or brought to good article status. The fact was ... that St Leonard's Court in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames has a Grade II listed underground air-raid shelter (entrance pictured) built in the 1930s? The nomination discussion and review may be seen at Template:Did you know nominations/St Leonard's Court. You are welcome to check how many page hits the article got while on the front page (here's how, St Leonard's Court), and it may be added to the statistics page if the total is over 5,000. Finally, if you know of an interesting fact from another recently created article, then please feel free to suggest it on the Did you know talk page.

Gatoclass (talk) 04:49, 1 October 2016 (UTC)

Sandycombe Lodge[edit]

  • I created this article

The DYK project (nominate) 00:02, 27 December 2013 (UTC)

Richmond Park[edit]

  • I substantially expanded this article and brought it to Good Article status

Cas Liber (talk · contribs) 13:22, 14 February 2015 (UTC)

The article Richmond Park you nominated as a good article has passed Symbol support vote.svg; see Talk:Richmond Park for comments about the article. Well done! If the article has not already been on the main page as an "In the news" or "Did you know" item, you can nominate it to appear in Did you know. Message delivered by Legobot, on behalf of Tim riley -- Tim riley (talk) 19:21, 8 February 2015 (UTC)
Let me add a personal note to the above bot message: warm congratulations on what I hope will be the first of many Good Articles. Tim riley talk 20:14, 8 February 2015 (UTC)

Gwyneth Herbert[edit]

  • I substantially expanded this article and brought it to Good Article status

Cas Liber (talk · contribs) 20:56, 2 August 2015 (UTC)

East Sheen Cemetery[edit]

• I expanded this article

Cas Liber (talk · contribs) 12:01, 19 January 2016 (UTC)

Richmond Cemetery[edit]

• I expanded this article

Coffee // have a cup // beans // 12:01, 27 January 2016 (UTC)

Articles I've created[edit]

I started creating articles on Wikipedia when I discovered that Wikipedia entries didn't exist for some of the subjects I'm interested in. I found myself saying "Somebody ought to create a Wikipedia article on that" and then realised that the "somebody" was probably going to be me.

My interests are wide and, thanks to Wikipedia, ever-expanding. They include: folk music; the novels of Brian Moore; and church buildings and other places of interest in the London Borough of Richmond-upon-Thames. I've now ensured that all the places of worship in Richmond upon Thames, except for those that meet in non-traditional buildings, have their own individual listing on Wikipedia.

My first article was on singer-songwriter Belinda O'Hooley; I've since transferred much of the original content to the article O'Hooley & Tidow.

My 100th article is about Queen Elizabeth's Almshouses, in Richmond, London.

My 250th article is on Thanet & District Reform Synagogue‎ in Ramsgate, Kent.

My 300th article is on the British writer and theatre critic Holly Williams.

Art[edit]

Joan Carlile (1600–1679), English portrait painter • Thomas Bush Hardy (1842–1897), British marine painter • Augustin Heckel (1690–1770), painter, watch case engraver and draughtsman • Diana HillHenry Muhrman (1854–1916), American landscape and figure painter

Architecture[edit]

Adams & Kelly, 19th century architectural firm in Leeds • Charles Bell (1846–1899), British architect • Francis Broadbent (1909–1983), British architect • Leslie Gooday (1921–2013), British architect • Kelly & Birchall, architectural firm in Leeds from 1886 to 1904 • W Braxton Sinclair, British architect • Dictionary of Scottish Architects‎

Theatre and opera[edit]

Thomas Guthrie, director, actor and musician • Dominic Hill, theatre director • Sam McCready, actor, director and writer • Paul Miller‎, theatre director • WhatsOnStage.com

Musicals[edit]

The A-Z of Mrs PMercury Musical Developments

Music[edit]

Musicians[edit]

Fiona BevanDave BurlandCarrivick SistersTim EdeyMelissa GreenerHatful of Rain (British band)‎Rebecca HollwegKara (British band)James McMillan (trumpeter)Adrian McNally‎Janette MasonGraeme MilesBelinda O'Hooley (musician) • O'Hooley & Tidow (musical duo) • Southern Tenant Folk UnionSteamchickenJohn Templeton (opera singer)Lucy WardTemplate: Gwyneth HerbertTemplate: the Unthanks

Albums[edit]

Steve AshleyTime and TideThis Little GameAnother Day

Liane CarrollLive at the Lampie (with Brian Kellock) • Up and DownBalladsSeaside

The ChieftainsThe Year of the FrenchThe Chieftains 10: Cotton-Eyed Joe

Melissa GreenerFall from the SkyDwellingTransistor Corazón

Gwyneth HerbertFirst Songs (with Will Rutter) • Bittersweet and BlueBetween Me and the WardrobeTen LivesAll the GhostsClangers & Mash (EP) • The Sea Cabinet

Rebecca HollwegJune BabiesOrange RosesThe DemosCountry Girl

Belinda O'HooleyMusic is My Silence

O'Hooley & TidowSilent JuneThe FragileThe HumSummat's Brewin'Shadows

SteamchickenLook Both Ways

The UnthanksCruel SisterHere's the Tender ComingLastThe Songs of Robert Wyatt and Antony & The JohnsonsThe Unthanks with Brighouse and Rastrick Brass BandSongs from the ShipyardsMount the AirArchive Treasures 2005–2015The Songs and Poems of Molly Drake

Lucy WardAdelphi Has to FlySingle FlameI Dreamt I Was a Bird

Venues[edit]

Hideaway (jazz club)TwickFolkVictoria Hall, Settle

Record labels[edit]

CadillacNaim EdgeNavigator Records

Other[edit]

Bright Young FolkJude RogersSpiral Earth

Literature[edit]

Nicole KraussTemplate:Nicole KraussMan Walks Into a Room

Brian MooreJudith HearneThe Feast of LupercalThe Luck of Ginger CoffeyAn Answer from LimboThe Emperor of Ice-CreamFergusThe Revolution ScriptThe Great Victorian CollectionThe Doctor's WifeThe Mangan InheritanceThe Temptation of Eileen HughesThe Colour of BloodNo Other LifeThe Magician's Wife

Simon SchamaThe Story of the Jews‎

Film and television[edit]

FilmsCatholics ( based on the Brian Moore novel) • Cold Heaven ( based on the Brian Moore novel)

TV seriesThe Story of the JewsThe Year of the French

Film festivalsBaton Rouge Jewish Film FestivalCopenhagen Jewish Film FestivalGeneva International Jewish Film FestivalHong Kong Jewish Film FestivalIndianapolis Jewish Film FestivalToronto Jewish Film FestivalWarsaw Jewish Film Festival

Arts organisations[edit]

Apples and SnakesTwickFolkRimbaud and Verlaine Foundation

Other voluntary organisations and campaigns[edit]

British Stammering Association (BSA) • Horse Rangers Association (HRA) • Israel Stuttering Association (AMBI)Northern Ireland Childminding Association (NICMA) • Professional Association for Childcare and Early Years (PACEY) • PinkstinksScottish Childminding Association (SCMA)

London Borough of Richmond upon Thames[edit]

Articles123 Mortlake High StreetBarnes Hospital, LondonClarence House, RichmondEast Sheen Common ‎• East Sheen Filling StationEnvironment Trust for Richmond upon ThamesThe George, TwickenhamIsabella PlantationKilmorey MausoleumMausoleum of Sir Richard and Lady BurtonMontrose HouseMuseum of RichmondThe New Inn, Ham CommonNorth Sheen CemeteryNorth Sheen Recreation Ground‎] • Pesthouse Common, RichmondPools on the ParkRichmond Green cricket groundRichmond Ice RinkRichmond Royal HospitalRichmond upon Thames Council election, 2014The Royal Star and Garter Home, RichmondSandycombe LodgeSt Leonard's CourtTeddington Memorial HospitalTwickenham Fine AlesTwickenham MuseumThe Victoria, RichmondVictoria Working Men's ClubThe Vineyard, RichmondWesterley WareWest Hall, KewThe White Swan, Twickenham

ListsAnnual sports eventsArchives, museums and art galleriesSports clubs

TemplatesAlmshouses • • BridgesCemeteries, crematoria and memorialsCricketGolfHospitalsLocal governmentRichmond Park

Almshouses[edit]

Benn's WalkBishop Duppa's AlmshousesCandler AlmshousesChurch Estate AlmshousesHickey's AlmshousesHoublon's AlmshousesMichel's AlmshousesQueen Elizabeth's Almshouses

Cemeteries[edit]

Hampton CemeteryMortlake CemeteryOld Mortlake Burial GroundTeddington CemeteryTwickenham CemeteryVineyard Passage Burial Ground‎

Places of worship[edit]

All Saints Church, East SheenAll Saints Church, TwickenhamAll Saints' Hamptonformer All Saints' Church, Petersham‎All Souls, St MargaretsAmyand Park ChapelBarnes Baptist ChurchBarnes Healing ChurchBethlehem Chapel, RichmondCatholic Church of St Osmund, BarnesChrist Church, East SheenChrist Church, RichmondChrist Church, TeddingtonChristian Fellowship in RichmondChurch of St James, TwickenhamEast Sheen Baptist ChurchEbenezer Strict Baptist Chapel, RichmondElim Pentecostal Church, East SheenFirst Church of Christ, Scientist, RichmondFree Grace Baptist Church, TwickenhamFriends Meeting House, RichmondHam Christian CentreHampton Baptist ChurchHampton Hill United Reformed ChurchHampton Methodist ChurchHoly Trinity BarnesHoly Trinity RichmondHoly Trinity TwickenhamKew Baptist ChurchThe Methodist Church by Barnes PondOur Lady of Loreto and St Winefride's, KewOur Lady Queen of Peace Church, Richmond ‎• Raleigh Road United ChurchRichmond & Putney Unitarian ChurchRichmond SynagogueSt Andrew's Church, HamSt Augustine's, Whitton‎St Edmund of Canterbury, WhittonSt Francis de Sales, Hampton Hill and Upper TeddingtonSt Elizabeth of Portugal ChurchSt John the Divine, RichmondSt John's Hampton WickChurch of St Margaret of ScotlandSt Mark’s, TeddingtonSt Mary Magdalen’s Roman Catholic Church MortlakeSt Mary Magdalene, RichmondSt Mary with St AlbanSt Michael and All Angels Church, BarnesSt Michael's, FulwellSt Peter & St Paul, TeddingtonSt Philip and St James Church, WhittonSt. Stephen's Church, TwickenhamSt Theodore's Roman Catholic Church, HamptonSalvation Army Centre, TeddingtonSalvation Army, TwickenhamTeddington Methodist ChurchTwickenham Methodist ChurchTwickenham United Reformed ChurchThe Vineyard Church, RichmondWhitton Baptist ChurchWhitton Methodist ChurchTemplate:Places of worship in Richmond upon Thames

Kew Gardens[edit]

Directors of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew‎Template:Directors of Royal Botanic Gardens, KewTemplate:Kew Gardens

Jewish[edit]

RabbisBarbara BortsHelen FreemanJonathan HughesLaura Janner-KlausnerDeborah Kahn-HarrisArthur LöwenstammDanny RichSylvia RothschildSybil SheridanWerner van der Zyl

Synagogues and communitiesBrighton and Hove Progressive SynagogueCardiff Reform SynagogueCoventry Reform Jewish CommunityDarlington Hebrew CongregationEdgware & District Reform SynagogueEmet v'Shalom, Nahariya, Israel • Finchley Reform SynagogueHarlow Jewish CommunityHendon Reform SynagogueHull Reform SynagogueIsle of Wight Jewish SocietyJewish Community of BerkshireKehillat Kernow, Cornwall • Kol Chai Hatch End Jewish CommunityLiverpool Reform SynagogueManchester Reform SynagogueMenorah SynagogueMilton Keynes & District Reform SynagogueMosaic Reform Synagogue‎Newcastle Reform SynagogueNorth West Surrey Synagogue‎Radlett Reform SynagogueRichmond Synagogue, London • Sha'arei Shalom‎Sha'arei Tsedek: North London Reform SynagogueSheffield & District Reform Jewish CongregationShir HayimSinai Synagogue, LeedsSouthend and District Reform SynagogueSouth Hampshire Reform Jewish CommunitySouth London Liberal SynagogueSouthport & District Reform SynagogueSouth West Essex and Settlement Reform SynagogueSpandau Synagogue, Germany • Sukkat Shalom Reform SynagogueThanet & District Reform SynagogueTotnes Reform Jewish GroupWimbledon and District Synagogue, London

OtherBaton Rouge Jewish Film FestivalClive LawtonCopenhagen Jewish Film FestivalGeneva International Jewish Film FestivalHong Kong Jewish Film FestivalIndianapolis Jewish Film FestivalJewish Book WeekLondon Jewish Cultural CentreThe Story of the Jews Toronto Jewish Film Festival

TemplatesLiberal Judaism in the United KingdomMasorti Judaism in the United Kingdom‎Reform Judaism in the United KingdomUnited Synagogue

Esperanto[edit]

Literatura MondoJenny Weleminsky

Food and drink[edit]

R J Balson & SonLeon RestaurantsTwickenham Fine Ales

News media[edit]

The Catholic Times (UK and Ireland)Nursery World

Other[edit]

Neil Baldwin (Keele University)Ernest Arthur Bell‎John Bew (historian)Edward Vivian BirchallDavid BlomfieldBlackstaff PressChrist Church, OttershawNick Coleman (British writer)Christine DennistonGeoffrey Evans (botanist)Fulham CemeteryLynedoch GardinerHistoryWorldHenry Elliot MaldenJames Marshall (colonial judge)David QuarreySt Alban's, CheamSt Andrew, Stoke NewingtonSt Luke's Church, Kingston-upon-ThamesSouthlands College, RoehamptonNeil SpencerHolly Williams (British writer)

Articles I've made significant contributions to[edit]

Music[edit]

Musicians[edit]

Liane CarrollGwyneth HerbertThe Unthanks

Albums[edit]

The Bairns (album) (album by The Unthanks)

Venues[edit]

Literature[edit]

Nicole Krauss (author) • Brian Moore (novelist)Template: Brian Moore

London Borough of Richmond upon Thames[edit]

Grade II* listed buildings in the London Borough of Richmond upon ThamesBarnes CemeteryEast Sheen CemeteryKewParks, open spaces and nature reserves in Richmond upon ThamesRichmond CemeteryRoyal Botanic Gardens, KewThe Barn Church, KewSt Anne's Church, KewSt Luke's Church, KewRichmond, LondonRichmond GreenRichmond Green United Reformed ChurchRichmond Parkformer St Alban's Church, Teddington‎Template:LB Richmond upon Thames‎List of people from Richmond upon ThamesDavid Williams (British politician)

Jewish[edit]

Jewish RenaissanceJW3Leo Baeck CollegeHelen LewisLimmudList of Jewish communities in the United KingdomNorth Western Reform SynagogueUK Jewish Film FestivalWestminster SynagogueVivian Wineman

Other[edit]

Association of Mental Health ProvidersChrist Church Brixton RoadInternational Stuttering AssociationThe Last LegPoet in the CityList of almshouses in the United Kingdom