Willingham

Willingham may refer to the following places or persons.

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South Willingham And Hainton Railway Station
... South Willingham and Hainton railway station was a station in South Willingham, Lincolnshire ...
Cherry Willingham
... Cherry Willingham is a village and civil parish in the West Lindsey district of Lincolnshire, England ... Cherry Willingham has a population of approximately 3600 and over 1300 houses ...
Willingham, Cambridgeshire - Village Life
... Willingham is well-served with facilities and has a primary school, library, surgery, post office and a number of shops and restaurants ... A bus service links Willingham and surrounding villages with Cambridge and St Ives ... Villages adjacent to Willingham include Earith, Over, Rampton, Longstanton and Bar Hill ...
Matthew Sturges - Biography
... Storybook, which also included Bill Willingham, Chris Roberson, and Mark Finn ... With Willingham Sturges has not only worked on Fables but has also co-written House of Mystery ... Run! featuring the Human Flame and, with Willingham again, he also took over the writing of Justice Society of America with issue #29 ...
Cherry Willingham Primary School
... Cherry Willingham Primary School is a school for children aged 4-11 years old, located in the village of Cherry Willingham which lies just outside the city of ...

Famous quotes containing the word willingham:

    Benjamin: Are you always this much afraid of being alone?
    Mrs. Robinson: Yes.
    Benjamin: Well, why can’t you just lock the doors and go to bed?
    Mrs. Robinson: I’m very neurotic.
    —Calder Willingham (1923–1995)

    Mrs. Robinson: Do you find me undesirable?
    Benjamin: Oh, no, Mrs. Robinson. I think you’re the most attractive of all my parents’ friends.
    —Calder Willingham (1923–1995)

    Benjamin: Do you think I’m proud of myself? Do you think I’m proud of this?
    Mrs. Robinson: I wouldn’t know.
    Benjamin: Well, I’m not.
    Mrs. Robinson: You’re not?
    Benjamin: No, sir. I’m not proud that I spend my time with a broken-down alcoholic.
    —Calder Willingham (1923–1995)