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PROLIFIC Midland investor Seven Capital has unveiled a new scheme to turn the former Midlands Electricity Board in Worcester into apartments.
It was while on leave that he met Pat, at a dance at the old Co-op Hall, and after being posted to Aden and being demobbed he held various jobs, including down the pit, with the East Midlands Electricity Board and at Judkins and Dunlop.
MOST households in the West Midlands still get their electricity from the firm that bought the Midlands Electricity Board - making a mockery of hopes that privatisation would usher in a new era of competition.
User references of TBS's systems include Hertz, The Post Office, Marconi, RAC and Midlands Electricity Board.
MOST households in the West Midlands still get their electricity from the firm that bought the old Midlands Electricity Board - making a mockery of hopes that privatisation would usher in an era of competition.
Npower, formerly the Midlands Electricity Board, is offering people across the UK the chance to buy "green" electricity from windfarms.
British Gas can power your TV, while the Midlands Electricity Board, now called MEB, will keep your gas boiler running.
He continued to work for the East Midlands Electricity Board until his retirement in 1976.