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  1. Alveston

    For the Warwickshire village of the same name Alveston, Warwickshire infobox UK place country England latitude 51.5890 longitude 2.5327 official name Alveston population 2,922 population ref 2001 UK census ... Alveston sthelens.jpg thumb 250px. Alveston New Church of St Helen s Alveston is a commuter village ... 13 mi km north of Bristol , England . Alveston is town twinning twinned with Courville sur Eure ... car dealership. Alveston is the gateway to the first Severn Bridge from the A38 road A38 and Thornbury ... Domesday Book File AlvestonDomesday.jpg thumb 500px Domesday Book entry for Alveston The Domesday Book of 1086 recorded the following entry for Alveston In Langelei Hundredum tenuit comes Herald ... In Langeley Hundred county subdivision Hundred Earl Harold Godwinson Harold held Alveston. There were ... manor, of 35 households in total. ref http place ST6288 alveston ref As the manor ... II of England King William II 1087 1100 was at the royal manor of Alveston, possibly awaiting ... behaviour and he determined to repent and make amends. This illness contracted at Alveston thus ... thumb 250px Alveston Old Church of St Helen s, next to Alveston Manor now called ... editors confused Alveston with Alceston, Salop. ref then heir to the throne of Stephen, King ... war with The Usurper Stephen. Alveston was inherited in 1171 by Fulk s son Fulk II. ref Pipe ... King John ordered that Alveston should be seized once again from Fulk III FitzWarin. On 15th January 1230 Henry III of England King Henry III granted the park of Alveston back to Fulk III FitzWarin ... , Wiltshire, to help him to stock his deer park at Alveston. ref Meisel, p.46, quoting Close Rolls ... of Selwood , again to help him stock his park at Alveston. ref Meisel, p.46, quoting Close Rolls 1234 ... Alveston manor. ref Meisel, p.193, note 73, quoting PRO MS KB 26 136 11r ref Fulk IV FitzWarin fell ... possession of his father s lands including Alveston. ref Meisel, p.53 ref Legend of Fouke le Warin ...   more details

  1. Alveston, Warwickshire

    infobox UK place country England static image static image caption latitude 52.20 longitude 01.66 official name Alveston population shire district shire county Warwickshire region West Midlands constituency westminster post town postcode district postcode area dial code os grid reference SP2356 Alveston is a village in Warwickshire , England . It was the home of the playwright J B Priestley and his wife Jacquetta Hawkes in his later years, who lived at Kissing Tree House in the village. The house was called Avonmore in the 1901 census and his secretary lived in Avonmore Cottage which is still there in Kissing Tree Lane. The http find accommodation heart of england hostels Stratford upon Avon index.aspx Youth Hostel for Stratford upon Avon is located in Alveston. Alveston is just over 2.5 miles away from Stratford upon Avon. External links Commons category inline Alveston, Warwickshire Category Villages in Warwickshire Warwickshire geo stub pl Alveston Warwickshire ...   more details

  1. Alveston F.C.

    Football club infobox clubname Alveston image Image AlvestonFC.jpg The club badge fullname Alveston Football Club nickname The Home Guarders ref name Alv1 Cite web url http title Alveston F.C. author date accessdate 15 February 2011 publisher Alveston F.C. ref founded 1927 ref name Alv1 ground http geohack geohack.php?pagename Home Guard Ground¶ms 52 12 04.48 N 1 40 11.47 W region GB type landmark Home Guard Ground br Tiddington br Stratford upon Avon ref name Alv2 capacity tbc chairman Martin Beese ref name Alv2 Cite web url http title Alveston F.C. author date accessdate 15 February 2011 publisher Alveston F.C. ref manager Tom Coles league Stratford Alliance br First Division season 2010&ndash 11 position Midland Football Combination br Premier Division, 18th pattern la1 pattern b1 pattern ra1 leftarm1 ffffff body1 ffffff rightarm1 ffffff shorts1 000000 socks1 ffffff pattern la2 pattern b2 unknown pattern ra2 leftarm2 ffffFF body2 ffffFF rightarm2 ffffFF shorts2 ffffFF socks2 ffffFF Alveston F.C. is football in England English association football club based in Stratford upon Avon , Warwickshire. They were established in 1927. In 1993, they joined the Midland Football Combination Division Three. Due to losing their ground at The Home Guard Club, the side currently play in the Stratford Alliance Division One at Bearley Sports and Social Club. History Alveston F.C. was formed in 1924 after an earlier club of the same ... for nearly 70 years. In 1993 Alveston applied to join the Midland Football Combination and were accepted ... season in the Premier Division, they were crowned champions. Since then, Alveston have had mixed ... of Alveston F.C. author date accessdate 15 February 2011 publisher Alveston F.C. archiveurl http ... title Alveston author date accessdate 15 February 2011 publisher Football Club History ref Coventry Charity Cup Winners 2010 Ground Having previously played on Alveston, Warwickshire Alveston ...   more details

  1. Elberton, Gloucestershire

    Elberton is a village in South Gloucestershire , England, in the civil parish of Aust . It is just beyond Alveston and Olveston and is on a B road that leads towards the Severn Bridge . It is mostly a farming community, with a small church St John s, and it contains a popular garage. Elberton was the birthplace of the Quaker anti slavery campaigner Joseph Sturge ref http about us aust village Olveston and Aust village website ref . Reflist coord 51 36 N 2 35 W region GB type city source enwiki GNS display title South Gloucestershire Category Villages in South Gloucestershire SouthGloucestershire geo stub id Elberton, Gloucestershire pl Elberton Gloucestershire ...   more details

  1. Old Down

    Old Down is a hamlet in South Gloucestershire , near the larger villages of Olveston and Tockington and a mile west of Alveston . A tourist attraction called Old Down Country Park now occupies the country house in the village, and there is also a pub, The Fox, as well as several sporting facilities a cricket club , football pitch and a bowling green . The local Scout Hut has just been replaced at the top of Old Down Hill. External links Commons category inline Old Down South Gloucestershire coord 51.58432 N 2.55501 W source placeopedia display title Category Villages in South Gloucestershire SouthGloucestershire geo stub pl Old Down ...   more details

  1. Rudgeway

    Rudgeway is a village in South Gloucestershire in south west England, located between Alveston and Almondsbury on the A38 road A38 trunk road . It lies east of Earthcott , Latteridge , Iron Acton and Yate on the B4059 road . The original village name was Ridgeway , since it was spread out along the upper edge of the escarpment above the Severn floodplain. Perhaps due to people mishearing the name, it evolved into Rudgeway. The former Methodist chapel built in 1896 is a small gothic structure. The church closed in 2001 and has been converted into a house. The petrol station closed due to competition from garages in neighbouring villages. There is a restaurant, the Masons Arms . South of Rudgeway a long straight section of the A38, known as the Mile Straight, heads towards Almondsbury . External references http South Gloucestershire Council http cgi bin pubsearch.cgi?results Gloucestershire 830 Masons Arms in the British Pub Guide South Gloucestershire coord 51.57814 N 2.54025 W region GB type city source placeopedia display title Category Villages in South Gloucestershire SouthGloucestershire geo stub pl Rudgeway ...   more details

  1. Marlwood School

    unreferenced date October 2011 Infobox UK school name Marlwood School image MarlwoodBadge.png size 160px latitude 51.5931 longitude 2.5391 dms motto Working Together For Excellence originally DISCE AUT DISCEDE motto pl established 1606 approx closed c approx type Voluntary controlled school Voluntary Controlled Comprehensive school Comprehensive religion president head label head Keith Geary r head label r head chair label chair founder founder pl specialist Science College Science specialist pl street Vattingstone Lane city Alveston county South Gloucestershire country England postcode BS35 3LA LEA South Gloucestershire ofsted yes urn 109325 dfeno 4511 staff 80 enrollment 1,197 gender Mixed lower age 11 upper age 18 houses colours Green, Maroon publication free label 1 Former name free 1 Thornbury Grammar School free label 2 free 2 free label 3 free 3 website http Marlwood School founded 1606 is a comprehensive secondary school located in Alveston , South Gloucestershire , just north of Bristol , England. It is situated on the B3561 on the outskirts of the south west of the village. History Grammar school The school used to be Thornbury Grammar School and was located in the buildings that are now the sixth form centre for The Castle School in Thornbury, South Gloucestershire Thornbury . Thornbury Grammar School was relocated to new buildings on the outskirts of neighbouring Alveston in 1972. Comprehensive It received its first comprehensive intake and was renamed Marlwood School under the headship of Terry Fazey. Academics It is a Beacon schools programme Beacon school and has attained the status of Science College , due to excellence at science. Marlwood currently has around 1,200 pupils and its own sixth form department, with over 200 students studying AS, A2 and BTEC qualifications. The school produces a regular newsletter known as Grapevine as well as the termly general school newsletter. Alumni Paul Nicholls horse racing Rhys Oakley , rugby pl ...   more details

  1. Itchington

    File M5 over Shellards Lane 382412.jpg thumb left M5 over Shellards Lane File Itchington 33327.jpg thumb right Itchington. Village centre looking NW near NE corner of square Itchington is a village in South Gloucestershire , England . Located between Tytherington, South Gloucestershire Tytherington and Alveston , it is accessible only by narrow roads. The M5 motorway crosses near Itchington. Situated within Itchington is an old Lime Works which is now at the centre of becoming 18 new homes. It is currently made up of just a few houses and farms. The local area is picturesque despite the proximity to the M5, and is a popular destination for ramblers. O A popular local drink is homebrew cider , traditionally drunk whilst listening to back albums of The Wurzels . There is a thriving residents association which meets twice a year to celebrate the summer and winter solstice. Itchington is sometimes cut off by flood water following a period of torrential rain. Despite repeated attempts the local water authority has been unable to solve this problem, As a result 4x4 ownership is a necessity. External links Commons category inline Itchington South Gloucestershire coord 51.57899 N 2.49321 W source placeopedia display title Category Villages in South Gloucestershire SouthGloucestershire geo stub pl Itchington ...   more details

  1. Derby South services

    Infobox Motorway Services image A50ServicesWestbound7.JPG image caption The Services on the A50 name Derby South Services road A50 road A50 county Derbyshire operator Welcome Break website http Welcome Break location map Derbyshire lat 52.867932 long 1.369043 The Derby South services are two motorway service area service stations run by Welcome Break on either side of the A50 road . ref http Welcome Break website ref The services are located in South Derbyshire , near the villages of Shardlow and Aston on Trent . Facilities Coffee Primo Burger King Eat In WHSmith 24hr Cash Machines Shell Nearest towns cities Derby 7m Nottingham 18m Local attractions Alton Towers 30m Space Centre Alveston Castle Donnington Park 6m External links http motorway service derby eastbound Welcome Break Motorway Services Derby A50 Trunk road References reflist UK Motorway Service Stations Welcome Break DEFAULTSORT Derby South Services Category Transport in Derbyshire Category Welcome Break motorway service stations ...   more details

  1. List of schools in South Gloucestershire

    State schools Secondary schools Bradley Stoke Community School Bradley Stoke Brimsham Green School Yate The Castle School Thornbury, South Gloucestershire Thornbury Chipping Sodbury School Chipping Sodbury Downend School Downend, South Gloucestershire Downend Filton High School Filton The Grange Community School Warmley Hanham High School Hanham John Cabot Academy Kingswood, South Gloucestershire Kingswood King s Oak Academy Kingswood Mangotsfield School Mangotsfield Marlwood School Alveston Patchway Community College Patchway The Ridings Federation Yate International Academy Yate The Ridings Federation Winterbourne International Academy Winterbourne, South Gloucestershire Winterbourne Sir Bernard Lovell School Oldland Common Primary schools Bowsland Green Primary School St Mary s Catholic Primary Little Stoke Primary School Shields Road Primary School St Mary s Primary School Yate Raysfield Junior School and Raysfield Infants School Chipping Sodbury St Stephen s Junior School Wheatfield Primary School Meadowbrook Primary School Special schools Empty section date January 2011 Independent schools Empty section date January 2011 Further education colleges Schools in England DEFAULTSORT List Of Schools In South Gloucestershire Category Lists of schools in England South Gloucestershire Category Schools in South Gloucestershire ...   more details

  1. Olveston

    manor, together with nearby Alveston, Earthcott Green, Siston and a moiety 1 2 of Aust together ... post mortem, taken at Alveston 4 10 1378, lists all these possessions. cal.inq.p.m. Richard II, vol ... 25 6 1422, cal inq.p.m.Henry V no.933. ref Due to the possibility for confusion between Alveston ... demesne as of fee by knight service the manors of Alveston and Earthcott and the Hundred of Langley, total annual value 19 5s. There are in the manor of Alveston 40s assize rents and 6 rents of tenants ... lord of the manor of Alveston and Irdecote Earthcott Green . Also probably born at Olveston Court ...   more details

  1. Mark Horton (archaeologist)

    Somerset , Fishmongers Cave, Alveston South Gloucestershire and he is currently working ... the bones found by cavers in a cave in the village of Alveston , Gloucestershire , he appeared ... archive 2001alv .html Channel 4 Time Team The Bone Cave, Alveston, Gloucestershire 1 March 2001 ref ...   more details

  1. Ludford Docker

    of the Peace J. P. . Docker died in Alveston Leys , Warwickshire aged 80. Docker s brothers Ralph ... DATE OF DEATH 1 August 1940 PLACE OF DEATH Alveston Leys, Warwickshire DEFAULTSORT Docker, Ludford ...   more details

  1. Gloucester Road, Bristol

    unreferenced date July 2010 Image A38 Gloucester Road Bristol.jpg thumb Gloucester Road running through Horfield in Bristol. Gloucester Road , is a part of the A38 road A38 in north Bristol that runs through the suburbs of St Andrews, Bristol St. Andrews , Bishopston, Bristol Bishopston and Horfield . It was originally called Horfield Road. It starts at the junction with Cheltenham Road , Zetland Road and Elton Road. Cheltenham Road is spanned by a railway viaduct known locally as the Arches carrying the Severn Beach Line . This is often mistakenly taken as the start of Gloucester Road, however the first property on Gloucester Road 1 3 is the Maplin Electronics Maplin electronics shop. The difference between the two roads is further emphasised by the fact that Gloucester Road has the postal code of BS postcode area BS7 whilst Cheltenham Road is BS postcode area BS6 . The road continues through the outer suburbs, temporarily becoming Filton Road, then Gloucester Road North and becoming a dual carriageway , before reverting to Gloucester Road shortly after passing Bristol Filton Airport Filton Airport and the Royal Mail Sorting Office on a flyover. Between Filton Road and Gloucester Road North it passes into South Gloucestershire . The road bypasses Patchway and Bradley Stoke , then increases in capacity to six lane dual carriageway as it transfers Aztec West traffic to and from the M5 motorway M5 . It changes back to single carriageway as it passes through Almondsbury , and from there passes Alveston and Thornbury, South Gloucestershire Thornbury on its way to Gloucester . Gloucester Road also has the largest number of independent traders on any one road in the UK. To support them Gloucester Road Traders associated was set up. Snap2 in conjunction with The Gloucester Road Traders Association formed http gloucester gloucester which is proactive in providing information for businesses, residents and visitors to the Gloucester Road. coord 51.47346 2.59 ...   more details

  1. List of wards in Stratford district by population

    orphan date May 2010 This is a guide to the size of the Wards of the United Kingdom wards in Stratford district Stratford district based on the data from the 2001 UK Census . The entire population of the district was 111,484. class wikitable sortable Rank Ward Population 1 Wellesbourne 6,773 2 Southam 6,509 3 Bidford on Avon Bidford and Salford Priors Salford 6,446 4 Stratford upon Avon Stratford Avenue and New Town 6,362 5 Stratford upon Avon Stratford Guild and Hathaway 6,303 6 Alcester 6,129 7 Studley 5,939 8 Stratford upon Avon Stratford Alveston 5,202 9 Harbury 4,617 10 Shipston on Stour Shipston 4,456 11 Stratford upon Avon Stratford Mount Pleasent 4,277 12 Kineton 4,228 13 Henley in Arden 4,176 14 Tanworth in Arden Tanworth 3,725 15 Stockton, Warwickshire Stockton and Napton 2,449 16 Long Itchington 2,400 17 Fenny Compton 2,385 18 Tredington, Warwickshire Tredington 2,360 19 Snitterfield 2,251 20 Claverdon 2,246 21 Vale of the Red Horse 2,237 22 Quinton, Warwickshire Quinton 2,233 23 Brailes 2,062 24 Kinwarton 2,061 25 Ettington 2,057 26 Burton Dassett 2,044 27 Welford on Avon 2,032 28 Long Compton 1,994 29 Aston Cantlow 1,930 30 Sambourne 1,805 31 Bardon 1,796 N.B. Ward populations will differ from the village population which they are named after and which they are linked to as ward boundaries very rarely match village boundaries exactly. Stratford on Avon district Warwickshire DEFAULTSORT List Of Wards In Stratford District By Population Category Towns in Warwickshire List of wards in Stratford district by population Category United Kingdom lists by population Stratford district, wards Warwickshire geo stub ...   more details

  1. Edward Fortescue

    Edward Bowles Knottesford Fortescue ref http book.php St Ninian s Cathedral The Episcopate of Patrick Torry ref ref http generations b590.html P590 Edward Bowles Knottesford Fortescue of Alveston ref ref group N Fortescue may have used each surname separately at different points in his life. ref was an Anglican priest in the 19th century. He was born in Stoke on Trent in 1816 and educated at Wadham College, Oxford ref UNIVERSITY AND CLERICAL INTELLIGENCE, The Standard London, England , Friday, June 03, 1842 Issue 5586. 19th Century British Library Newspapers Part II. ref and ordained in 1840. After a Curate curacy in Billesley he became the Incumbent ecclesiastical incumbent at Wilmcote . In 1851 he became St Ninian s Cathedral, Perth Provost of St Ninian s Cathedral, Perth , ref Scottish Episcopal Clergy, 1689 2000 Bertie, D.M Edinburgh T & T Clark ISBN 0 567 08746 8 ref a post he held for twenty years. He died on 18 August 1877. ref Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries . The Standard London, England , Wednesday, August 22, 1877 pg. 1 Issue 16561. 19th Century British Library Newspapers Part II. ref Notes references group N References Reflist Provosts of St Ninian s Cathedral, Perth Anglican Churches Persondata Metadata see Wikipedia Persondata . NAME Fortescue, Edward Bowles Knottesford ALTERNATIVE NAMES Knottesford Fortescue, Edward Bowles SHORT DESCRIPTION Provost of St Ninian s Cathedral, Perth DATE OF BIRTH 1816 PLACE OF BIRTH DATE OF DEATH 1877 PLACE OF DEATH DEFAULTSORT Fortescue, Edward Bowles Knottesford Category 1816 births Category People from Stoke on Trent Category Alumni of Wadham College, Oxford Category Provosts of St Ninian s Cathedral, Perth Category 1877 deaths Category Scottish clergy Category English priests Scotland bio stub Christian clergy stub ...   more details

  1. Stratford-on-Avon Council election, 1998

    The 1998 Stratford on Avon Council election took place on 7 May 1998 to elect members of Stratford on Avon district Stratford on Avon Non metropolitan district District Council in Warwickshire , England . One third of the council was up for election and the council stayed under no overall control . ref name local cite news title Local Elections results publisher The Times page 46 date 1998 05 09 accessdate 2010 03 11 ref After the election, the composition of the council was Liberal Democrats UK Liberal Democrat 24 Conservative Party UK Conservative 18 Independent politician Independent 6 Labour Party UK Labour 5 Others 2 ref name policy cite news title Policy and politics Local Elections Analysis Council poll results publisher The Guardian page 16 date 1998 05 09 accessdate 2010 03 11 ref Election result Before the election the Liberal Democrats UK Liberal Democrats ran the council as a minority administration, with the Conservative Party UK Conservatives the second largest party. ref name battle cite news first Stephen last Harrison title Battle of the parties that really counts Tomorrow voters across the West Midlands have a chance to deliver their verdicts on the performance of local councils. Local Government Correspondent Stephen Harrison concludes his series on local elections in the region with a look at the ballot battles in Warwickshire. publisher Birmingham Post page 4 date 1998 05 06 accessdate 2010 03 11 ref The election saw this continue with the Liberal Democrats making one gain in Henley in Arden Henley Wards of the United Kingdom ward from the Conservatives by 10 votes. ref name knife cite news first Guy last Jackson title Hanging on an old knife edge publisher Birmingham Post page 3 date 1998 05 08 accessdate 2010 03 11 ref However the Conservatives also ended the election with an extra seat after the Independent politician independents lost 2 seats, including in Stratford Alveston, Warwickshire Alveston . ref name knife All 3 of the Liberal Democr ...   more details

  1. List of places in Warwickshire

    Location map Warwickshire caption Some of the larger settlements of Warwickshire . float right width 400 places Location map Warwickshire label Rugby, Warwickshire Rugby long 1.2607100 lat 52.370340 background white Location map Warwickshire label Leamington Spa long 1.5313864 lat 52.292859 position right background white Location map Warwickshire label Warwick long 1.5910348 lat 52.281755 position left background white Location map Warwickshire label Stratford upon Avon long 1.7082915 lat 52.197414 background white Location map Warwickshire label Shipston on Stour long 1.6230000 lat 52.060000 background white Location map Warwickshire label Nuneaton long 1.4644533 lat 52.521368 background white Location map Warwickshire label Bedworth long 1.4718749 lat 52.478150 background white This is a list of cities, towns and villages in the ceremonial counties of England ceremonial county of Warwickshire , England. See the list of places in England for places in other counties. compactTOC8 side yes top yes num no NOTOC A Admington , Alcester , Alderminster , Alveston, Warwickshire Alveston , Anker, Warwickshire Anker , Ansley, Warwickshire Ansley , Ansty, Warwickshire Ansty , Arley, Warwickshire Arley , Armscote , Arrow, Warwickshire Arrow , Ashorne , Ashow , Astley, Warwickshire Astley , Aston Cantlow , Atherstone , Atherstone on Stour , Austrey , Avon Dassett B Baddesley Clinton , Baddesley Ensor , Baginton , Barcheston , Barford, Warwickshire Barford , Barnacle, Warwickshire Barnacle , Barton, Warwickshire Barton , Barton on the Heath , Baxterley , Bearley , Beaudesert, Warwickshire Beaudesert , Beausale , Bentley, Warwickshire Bentley , Bedworth , Berkswell , Bermuda, Warwickshire Bermuda , Bidford on Avon , Billesley, Warwickshire Billesley , Bilton, Warwickshire Bilton , Binley Woods , Binton , Birdingbury , Bishop s Itchington , Bishop s Tachbrook , Blackdown, Warwickshire Blackdown , Bolehall , Bourton on Dunsmore , Brailes , Bramcote, Warwickshire Bramcote , Bramcot ...   more details

  1. BS postcode area

    , Little Stoke , Patchway , Stoke Gifford South Gloucestershire BS35 BRISTOL Alveston , Rudgeway ..., BS18 and BS19. Previously these were assigned as below. BS12 covered Almondsbury, Alveston, Aust ...   more details

  1. Little Stoke

    Image Patchway stationfromnorth 02.jpg thumb right Patchway railway station . Little Stoke is a suburb of north Bristol , situated in South Gloucestershire , England . Surrounded by Patchway , Stoke Gifford and Bradley Stoke , Little Stoke, in the middle, is often forgotten. Home to Patchway railway station , a minor stop on the railway network, the Rail tracks railway line also separates Little Stoke from the large Rolls Royce Limited Rolls Royce factories in nearby Filton . A road tunnel under the railway linking the two, has seen many accidents over the years, due to it being low in height and very narrow. Little Stoke is also home to a large playing field and a community centre . Near the railway arch are some local shops including a Post Office. Many of the Street name road names are linked to engines produced in the 1950s and 1960s at what is now the Rolls Royce factory. The area originally consisted of many council house s and post WWII prefabs. In recent years, some of the houses have been renovated however, some owners have kept the older style of house. Little Stoke has one Public house Public House , The Stokers formally The Magpies , situated on Gipsy Patch Lane, and one Social Club, situated on Braydon Avenue. School children normally attend Little Stoke Primary education Primary School and then move on to Filton High School, on New Road in nearby Filton or to the nearby Patchway High School, off the A38. Some pupils travel further afield to further their education often to Bradley Stoke Community School in Bradley Stoke The Ridings High School in Winterbourne or to The Castle School or Marlwood School in Thornbury and Alveston respectively . The school struggles to get its annual intake and is decreasing rapidly in size. It now houses the offices of South Gloucestershire Music Service. Little Stoke also has its own football team called Stoke Lane, which gets its name from the road Stoke Lane, which runs through Little Stoke. The club s home shirt for a ...   more details

  1. Macdonald Hotels

    Hotel St Andrews Macdonald Alveston Manor Hotel Stratford upon Avon Macdonald Swan s Nest Hotel ...   more details

  1. Settlements on the A38

    The A38 road A38 is a major trunk road running from the south east of Bodmin Bodmin in Cornwall to Mansfield Mansfield in Nottinghamshire . At convert 292 mi , it is the longest A road entirely within England citation needed date September 2009 . Cornwall Bodmin Two Waters Foot Doublebois Dobwalls The road bypasses Liskeard Trerulefoot Tideford Landrake The road bypasses Saltash Saltash Tunnel Tamar Bridge Devon The road bypasses Plymouth Plympton Ivybridge South Brent Dean Prior Buckfastleigh Ashburton, Devon Ashburton Chudleigh Kennford The A38 is concurrent road concurrent with the M5 motorway south of Exeter before re emerging at Junction 27 of the M5 at Sampford Peverell Somerset Wellington, Somerset Wellington Town is technically bypassed but developments now reach the edge of the A38. Taunton North Petherton Bridgwater Highbridge, Somerset Highbridge Axbridge Winscombe Bristol Bedminster, Bristol Bedminster The road passes through Bristol city centre Stokes Croft Bishopston, Bristol Bishopston Horfield Gloucestershire Filton Almondsbury Alveston Whitminster Hardwicke Quedgeley The road passes around Gloucester city centre Coombe Hill, Gloucestershire Coombe Hill Tewkesbury Worcestershire Severn Stoke Kempsey, Worcestershire Kempsey The road passes through Worcester city centre Droitwich Spa Wychbold Bromsgrove The West Midlands Lydiate Ash Rubery Longbridge Northfield, Birmingham Northfield Selly Oak Bournbrook Edgbaston The road passes through Birmingham Birmingham City Centre Aston Castle Vale The road bypasses Sutton Coldfield Staffordshire The road bypasses Lichfield Alrewas Fradley Barton under Needwood The road bypasses Burton on Trent Derbyshire Mickleover Derby Allestree Little Eaton The road bypasses Belper The road bypasses Ripley, Derbyshire Ripley The road bypasses Alfreton Nottinghamshire Sutton in Ashfield Mansfield Transport in Worcestershire GB A road zone 3 Category Roads in England Category Avon Category England related lists Category Geogra ...   more details

  1. Bella Tromba

    Orphan date May 2009 Bella Tromba are an all female trumpet quartet founded in 2004. The four founding members all studied at the Royal Academy of Music in London. They regularly appear at the UK s leading music festivals including Cheltenham Music Festival Cheltenham , Harrogate, and Deal and are particularly active in the commissioning of new works for brass and trumpet quartet. They are past winners of the Park Lane Group Young Artists award and are currently Live Music Now artists. They regularly appear on BBC Radio 3 s In Tune programme with Sean Rafferty , and in 2007 performed and recorded with American rapper and producer Kanye West . In 2010 they performed at the International Women s Brass Conference in Toronto. Commissioned works and premieres Berceuse in a Box , 2007. By Paul Whitmarsh. Premiered Pump Rooms, Cheltenham Festival. Alveston , 2007. By Howard Skempton. Premiered Purcell Room, London. The First Four Trumpets , 2007. By Paul Max Edlin. Premiered Purcell Room, London. Ancient Battlefields , 2007. By Giles Easterbrook. Premiered Purcell Room, London. Booze, Ballads And Bloodshed , 2008. By Ross Brown. Premiered Harrogate International Festival. Gestures III , 2008. By Hugo Ribeiro. Premiered Deal Festival. There ll never be another you , 2008. By Gavin Broom. Premiered Bichester Jazz Festival. Jazz Songs for Trumpets and Vibraphone , 2008. By Gavin Broom. Premiered Harrogate International Festival. Colori di Roma , 2009. By Peter Longworth. Premiered Caledonian Club, London. El Grito del Silencio , 2010. By Susanne Erding Swiridoff Premiered International Women s Brass Festival, Toronto. Blast , 2011. By Bruce Knockles. Premiered Church Stretton and South Shropshire Arts Festival. Awards http Park Lane Group Young Artists Live Music Now Fellows Dorothy Parkinson Memorial Prize Press http music 2007 jan 11 2 The Guardian http culture music classicalmusic 3662459 An abundance of early ...   more details

  1. List of electoral wards in Warwickshire

    Warwickshire is a Ceremonial county Ceremonial County in the West Midlands region West Midlands . It consists of List of Parliamentary constituencies in Warwickshire six United Kingdom constituencies UK Parliamentary constituencies , each of which elects one Member of Parliament MP using the First Past the Post system. Electoral wards Kenilworth and Southam UK Parliament constituency Kenilworth and Southam Abbey, Burton Dassett , Cubbington , Dunchurch and Knightlow , Fenny Compton , Harbury , Kineton , Lapworth , River Leam Leam Valley, Leek Wootton , Long Itchington , Park Hill, Radford Semele , Southam , St John s, Stockton, Warwickshire Stockton and Napton on the Hill Napton , Stoneleigh, Warwickshire Stoneleigh , Wellesbourne . North Warwickshire UK Parliament constituency North Warwickshire Atherstone Central, Atherstone North, Atherstone South and Mancetter , Baddesley Ensor Baddesley and Grendon, Warwickshire Grendon , Bede, Coleshill, Warwickshire Coleshill North, Coleshill South, Curdworth , Dordon , Exhall , Fillongley , Heath, Hurley and Wood End Ward Hurley and Wood End , Kingsbury, Warwickshire Kingsbury , Newton Regis and Warton, Warwickshire Warton , Polesworth East, Polesworth West, Poplar, Slough, Water Orton . Nuneaton UK Parliament constituency Nuneaton Abbey, Arbury, Arley and Whitacre, Attleborough, Bar Pool, Camp Hill, Galley Common, Hartshill, Kingswood, St Nicolas, Weddington, Wem Brook, Whitestone. Rugby UK Parliament constituency Rugby Admirals, Avon and Swift, Benn, Bilton, Brownsover North, Brownsover South, Bulkington, Caldecott, Earl Craven and Wolston, Eastlands, Fosse, Hillmorton, Lawford and King s Newnham, New Bilton, Newbold, Overslade, Paddox, Wolvey. Stratford on Avon UK Parliament constituency Stratford on Avon Alcester, Aston Cantlow, Bardon, Bidford and Salford, Brailes, Claverdon, Ettington, Henley, Kinwarton, Long Compton, Quinton, Sambourne, Shipston, Snitterfield, Stratford Alveston, Stratford Avenue and New Town, Stratfo ...   more details

  1. William Salmon (politician)

    William Salmon June 2, 1802 ref name ryerson cite book url http books?id mOwBAAAAYAAJ&pg PA38 title The Journal of education for Ontario volume Volumes 21 22 last Ryerson first Adolphus Egerton coauthor Hodgins, John George Crooks, Adam page 38 date 1868 ref &ndash February 8, 1868 was an England English born lawyer, judge and political figure in Upper Canada . He represented Norfolk County, Ontario Norfolk in the Legislative Assembly of Upper Canada from 1838 to 1841 as a Conservative. ref name johnson cite book title Becoming Prominent Leadership in Upper Canada, 1791 1841 last Johnson first J.K. date 1989 ISBN 0 7735 0641 1 accessdate 2010 12 15 ref He was born in Alveston , the son of Colonel George Salmon, and came to Upper Canada with his parents in 1809. Salmon studied law with John Rolph politician John Rolph and practised for a time in London, Ontario London before settling in Simcoe, Ontario Simcoe . ref name ryerson He was married twice first to Emma ref cite web url http stream cihm 07684 cihm 07684 djvu.txt title Ontarian families genealogies of United Empire Loyalist and other pioneer families of Upper Canada last Chadwick first Edward Marion date 1898 page 187 ref , a sister of John Rolph, and then to a daughter of a James Fraser. ref name ryerson . He served as a major in the Norfolk militia. Salmon was elected to the assembly in an 1838 by election held after John Rolph was expelled from the assembly for conspiring with the rebels during the Upper Canada Rebellion . He was named a judge in the Norfolk County Court in 1845. ref name ryerson Salmon died in Simcoe. ref name johnson References reflist Persondata Metadata see Wikipedia Persondata . NAME Salmon, William ALTERNATIVE NAMES SHORT DESCRIPTION DATE OF BIRTH June 2, 1802 PLACE OF BIRTH DATE OF DEATH February 8, 1868 PLACE OF DEATH DEFAULTSORT Salmon, William Category 1802 births Category 1868 deaths Category Members of the Legislative Assembly of Upper Canada Ca ...   more details

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