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Margaret Susan RyderSue RyderCheshireMargaret Susan Cheshire, Baroness Ryder of Warsaw and Baroness CheshireMiss Sue Ryder

Sue Ryder (charity)

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In 1953 she established the Sue Ryder Foundation (later renamed Sue Ryder Care and in 2011 changed to Sue Ryder).
Sue Ryder is a charity (originally called the Sue Ryder Foundation and more recently Sue Ryder Care) which was founded in 1953 by Sue Ryder, with the creation of a nursing home in Suffolk, UK.

Leonard Cheshire Disability

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In 1959 Ryder married Group Captain Leonard Cheshire VC (later Lord Cheshire), the founder of the major UK charity Leonard Cheshire Disability.
The Ryder-Cheshire Foundation was set up by Leonard Cheshire and his wife Sue Ryder at the time of their marriage in 1959.

Special Operations Executive

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Margaret Susan Cheshire, Baroness Ryder of Warsaw and Baroness Cheshire (3 July 1924 – 2 November 2000), best known as Sue Ryder, was a British volunteer with Special Operations Executive in the Second World War, who afterwards led many charitable organisations, notably the charity named in her honour.
Sue Ryder chose the title Baroness Ryder of Warsaw in honour of these operations.

Leonard Cheshire

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In 1959 Ryder married Group Captain Leonard Cheshire VC (later Lord Cheshire), the founder of the major UK charity Leonard Cheshire Disability.
*The Ryder-Cheshire Foundation, set up by Leonard Cheshire and his wife Sue Ryder at the time of their marriage in 1959.

Benenden School

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Margaret Susan Ryder was born in 1924 in Leeds, and educated at Benenden School.

Suffolk

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Ryder was made a life peer on 31 January 1979, being created Baroness Ryder of Warsaw, of Warsaw in Poland and of Cavendish in the County of Suffolk.
Charity leader Sue Ryder settled in Suffolk and based her charity in Cavendish.

Cavendish, Suffolk

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Ryder was made a life peer on 31 January 1979, being created Baroness Ryder of Warsaw, of Warsaw in Poland and of Cavendish in the County of Suffolk. At first Cavendish, Suffolk, was established by her following her relief work in Europe after the Second World War, as a home for concentration camp survivors and later to provide nursing care for the elderly and disabled.
Leonard Lord Cheshire and his wife Sue Ryder are buried in Cavendish Cemetery and there is a memorial to them within St Mary's Church.

Rugby High School for Girls

Rugby High School
The houses are named after Sue Ryder, a charitable woman, Barbara Hepworth, a modern artist and Helen Sharman, the first Briton to enter space - the initials of which stand for RHS (Rugby High School), the shorter name for the school, commonly spoken by students.

Territorial designation

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Occasionally, a place outside the United Kingdom can be named: for instance, the life peerage conferred on Howard Florey was created as Baron Florey, of Adelaide in the Commonwealth of Australia and of Marston in the County of Oxford, or the life peerage conferred on Sue Ryder was created as Baroness Ryder of Warsaw, of Warsaw in Poland and of Cavendish in the County of Suffolk.

Thrill Collins

They have undertaken charity work throughout their career for numerous national organisations such as Oxfam, Cancer Research UK, Sue Ryder, Macmillan, Teenage Cancer Trust, Alzheimer's Society, Winston's Wish and the London 2012 Olympics.

Poles in the United Kingdom

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This help was provided by a range of charitable endeavours, some coordinated by Sue Ryder (1924-2000), a British humanitarian who, as Baroness Ryder of Warsaw, was later raised to the House of Lords and spoke there in the cause of Poland.

Farlington School

Farlington SchoolFarlington
The Senior School houses are all named after famous, pioneering women whose surname begins with 'C': (Mildred) Cable, (Edith) Cavell, (Sue) Cheshire, (Marie) Curie.

Sir John Lawes School

The school is split into seven houses, Austen (Red), Britten (Yellow), Hepworth, (Green), King (Silver), Lawes (Orange), Newton (Blue) and Ryder (Purple), named for Jane Austen, Benjamin Britten, Barbara Hepworth, Martin Luther King, John Bennet Lawes, Isaac Newton and Sue Ryder respectively.

Fort Pitt Grammar School

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Ryder (house colour blue; named after Sue Ryder, a British volunteer and charitable entrepreneur)

Mary Garson (nun)

She witnessed the elderly's desperation and loneliness and it has been suggested her inspiration was similar to that of fellow Catholic converts Leonard Cheshire and Sue Ryder.

Cherry Hinton

HintonSt. Andrew's Church (Cherry Hinton, Cambridgeshire)a village in Cambridgeshire
In the High Street there are a number of shops including a Tesco Express supermarket, a newsagent, Children's society charity shop, a Sue Ryder charity shop, a hairdresser, a barber, a bakery, two pharmacies, a cycle shop, a craft shop, two turf accountants and a post office.