As Sir John Betjeman, the founder of the National Piers Society in 1979, once noted of a famous English seaside resort: "The pier is Southend, Southend is the pier.
What does NPS stand for?
NPS stands for National Piers Society (UK; est. 1979)
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We have 319 other meanings of NPS in our Acronym Attic
- National Park Seminary (private girls school)
- National Park Service
- National Patient Safety
- National Payments System (various organizations)
- National Permit Strategy
- National Pesticide Survey
- National Pharmaceutical Stockpile
- National Pharmaceuticals Strategy (Canada)
- National Philatelic Society (Great Britain)
- National Photographic Society (UK)
- National Pipe Straight Thread
- National Planning Scenario (US FEMA)
- National Poetry Series (est. 1978)
- National Policy Statement (various locations)
- National Power Supply (various locations)
- National Preparedness System (US FEMA)
- National Prescribing Service Limited (Department of Health and Ageing; Australia)
- National Presortation Schematic (Canada Post Corporation)
- National Program Service (PBS)
- National Provider System
Samples in periodicals archive:
Tim Phillips, chairman of the National Piers Society, said: "The council have a hell of a lot of questions to answer.
The pier was runner-up in 2006 in the National Piers Society awards.
Since the pier reopened in 2002,it has been named Pier of the Year by the National Piers Society and has received a Green Apple Heritage Award.
Tim Phillips, chairman of the National Piers Society, said: "The council have a hell of a lot to answer.
Provided the cash can be found to match such an ambitious vision, chairman of the National Piers Society Tim Phillips believes the next century will be kinder to the nation's piers than the last.
The pier was runner-up in 2006 in the National Piers Society awards, and it has regularly featured in the top four from votes cast by the organisation's 600 members.
Tim Phillips, the chairman of the National Piers Society, said: "It is another sad day, though it is a very different situation from the pier at Weston.