Click to playTap to play The video will start in 8Cancel Play now Get Daily updates directly to your inbox Subscribe Thank you for subscribingSee our privacy notice Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email Despite the best efforts of Sacha Baron Cohen to put Grimsby in the spotlight and portray the town by perhaps just namesake only – film makers have for years actually filmed on location in our beloved town and to dramatic and positive effect. From the centre of Grimsby’s historic docks, to Grimsby hospital and the rolling fields of Lincolnshire there’s been a place in director’s hearts not just for buildings and locations but also some of its home grown talented residents. Here’s a few of the films which feature our region Filming took place partly in Grimsby Image: Starring Niall MacGinnis, Roy Emerton and Linden Travers, it’s a 75 minute long black and white film with shots of storm-lashed seas and shipwrecks. Director Roy Kellino, who acted as his own cinematographer, shot most of it on location in Grimsby and was further assisted by co-operation from the local railways and docks authorities to ensure absolute accuracy in his depiction of the day-to-day lives of the men and women working in the deep sea fishing industry. Grimsby Telegraph Clockwise The most unlikely location for the setting of a film probably has to be Grimsby hospital. In the comedy film Clockwise starring John Cleese saw several scenes shot around the hospital grounds, with the Scartho arches still unchanged today. And halfway down Scartho Road, Cleese can be seen in around 4.
The speech that was the start of the end of David Cameron
Compiled by Dave O’Malley from the World Wide Web, with the assistance of Alex Soupy Campbell and Omer Syed. Over the past seven years of researching aviation stories on the web, I have kept a folder on my laptop dedicated to images of Second World War aircraft that had been captured and had suffered the indignity of being painted in the national markings of the enemy they were designed to.
England[ edit ] Anglo-Saxon-Viking coin weight, used for trading bullion and hacksilver: It is edged in a dotted triangle pattern. Origin is the Danelaw region and dates to — According to the Anglo-Saxon Chronicles, Viking raiders struck England in and raided Lindisfarne, the monastery that held Saint Cuthbert ‘s relics. The raiders killed the monks and captured the valuables. The raid marks the beginning of the “Viking Age of Invasion”, made possible by the Viking longship.
Great but sporadic violence occurred from the last decade of the eighth century on England’s northern and eastern shores; Viking raids continued on a small scale across coastal England. While the initial raiding groups were small, a great amount of planning is believed to have been involved. The Norwegians raided during the winter of , rather than the usual summer, having waited on an island off Ireland.
In , Vikings overwintered for the first time in England, on the island of Thanet , Kent. In , a raiding party overwintered a second time, at the Isle of Sheppey in the Thames estuary. In , they reverted to Thanet for their winter encampment.
New Year Honours list in full – All the people being rewarded for services to Britain in 2018
Ads are being placed all the time, so remember to pop by every now and then to see whats new. If you’re looking to buy or sell bits and pieces for your Ford car, it might also be worth doing a search on eBay, see below for a sample of what’s on there today. On this page are all the adverts placed for classic Fords, grouping together ads that can be found on the existing individual Ford model pages. To view any of these ads in full, or place your own Ford advert, simply visit the specific model page that interests you.
27/10/18 – Adrian, looking on the internet hasn’t really brought much to light regarding dimensions for the Ford, although Wikipedia and the Texas Transportation Museum both state that the Ford Model TT, introduced in and replaced by the Model AA in , had a wheelbase of ins/cms.
As well as Classic Vehicles and supercars there will be around 40 stalls selling a variety of goods, a hog roast and other refreshment outlets. There will also be a Bouncy Castle and a few other stalls for younger visitors. All classics Number of Cars Attending: Ace Cafe Classic car night Date: Ace cafe north Circular Rd Area: Ace Cafe London Event Name:
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Monks were killed in the abbey, thrown into the sea to drown, or carried away as slaves along with the church treasures, giving rise to the traditional but unattested prayer—A furore Normannorum libera nos, Domine, “Free us from the fury of the Northmen, Lord. In medieval English chronicles, they are described as “wolves among sheep”. The first challenges to the many anti-Viking images in Britain emerged in the 17th century. Pioneering scholarly works on the Viking Age reached a small readership in Britain.
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Two boys, aged 14 and 15, were acquitted in May They were never identified. His body was found in a barrel in Pendeford, near Wolverhampton on 30 Sep, The trial heard Dodson fell out with a Jamaican drugs syndicate. Aug 15 — Noel Heffernan, 35, from Ballyfermot, south Dublin, was found dead on land near Dublin airport. Joseph Zambra, 28, was jailed for 4 years for kidnap in and Kevin McCarron, 51, got 3 years. The trial heard they had delivered Heffernan to crime boss Anthony Dempsey, who has since died.
A 23 year old man was charged but charges were dropped in March after CPS offered no evidence. Paul Lindsay, 31, and a boy aged 16 both admitted manslaughter in May and were jailed. Aug 8 — Craig Wojcik, 20, a heroin user and petty thief from Chaddesden, was killed and his severed head was found on a railway embankment at the West Meadows Industrial Estate in Derby in March
A History: ’s Word of the Year
Was the LMS too big? Frederic Stansfield In his reply to my earlier letter about the size of the LMS September issue , Doug Landau November issue makes many interesting points describing the company’s engineering innovations. But two of Landau’s examples show how engineering developments within the LMS were subordinated to business issues. LMS management’s rejection of electrification proposals, because of insufficient return on capital, is unsurprising when neither the scheme nor the one linked London with a major city such as Birmingham.
Also, the belt repair system to which Landau refers represented the development in Britain of “scientific management” techniques.
More than a thousand people have been recognised for their services to the UK in the Queen’s New Year Honours list.. Recipients include sports stars, celebs, and politicans, as well as hundreds of.
I am trying to locate information and if possible drawings of the two buses in the attached images. They are both of the Cream Bus Service Ltd. I believe one is a Carrier CY and the other a Ford. I actually make model airplanes but would like to make a couple of models in remembrance of my Grandfather — hence my reach out for this help. Its all in the wonderful book on Samuel Ledgard: It includes a full history of Cream Bus.
It appeared as early as in the Domesday Book in its present form of Grantham,  but was also recorded variously as Grandham, Granham and Graham. The place name element grand could possibly mean ” gravel “. The name of the town is the origin of the Scottish surname, now often used as a given name, Graham. At Little Gonerby a neolithic settlement site was discovered with finds of pottery and flints.
That being said, Cameron certainly felt he had little choice over the issue. His attempt to make the Europe question go away by promising a referendum if a UK Government ceded more powers to Brussels did not go far enough for Tory Eurosceptics. Some of those around Mr Cameron — including the Chancellor George Osborne – are understood to have urged him not to go ahead with the pledge warning that it could have disastrous unintended consequences but he thought it was a gamble worth taking.
The main reason is that Mr Cameron thought it would never happen. He calculated that Labour under Ed Miliband would not back the plan and the Lib Dems were passionately opposed. Back in no senior Tory — including Mr Cameron — realistically thought they had a chance of winning an overall majority in and that another Coalition was likely. That being the case, most people believed that the referendum pledge would be the first thing to go in Coalition talks. And now Britain is poised to leave the EU.
And Cameron’s premiership is over. Read the Bloomberg speech in full: