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Belford's Old Guard is a band of friends from the village who raised the money for armed forces charity Help for Heroes last year, by wearing Victorian soldiers' uniforms.
Over the years, the squad has also visited Ireland, Wales and Yorkshire and has generated a broad band of friends and memorable cricketing moments.
This band of friends relocated from the Midwest will share their talents tonight, playing the opening set at Luckey's Club Cigar Store.
Chloe and her band of friends are the failed science experiments conducted by the Edison Group, which plans to correct its mistakes by exterminating the runaways.
With a rag-tag band of friends, Petit, who had already performed similar guerrilla-style stunts on the Sydney Harbor Bridge and Paris' Notre Dame Cathedral, began planning for his ultimate high-wire act.
Hoshi and his band of friends called Zwoophs shoot puffs of air.
The same fierce independent spirit displayed in Marsden's 'Tomorrow' series revolving around Ellie and her courageous band of friends continues in this satisfying new series.
THE STORY: A band of friends team up in Macau to help one of their own who is ordered killed by crime boss Fay (Yam).