knowle / ˈ n oʊ l / is a large village situated 3 miles 5 km east-southeast of the town of solihull, west midlands, england.knowle lies within the historic county boundaries of warwickshire, and since 1974 it has been part of the metropolitan borough of solihull within the west midlands.it lies a few miles from the modern warwickshire border and has a population of around 11,000 residents.
highgate / ˈ h aɪ ɡ eɪ t,-ɡ ɪ t / is a suburban area of north london at the northeastern corner of hampstead heath, 4.5 miles 7.2 km north-northwest of charing cross.. highgate is one of the most expensive london suburbs in which to live. it has an active conservation body, the highgate society, to protect its character.
north somercotes is a coastal village in the east lindsey district, and the marshes area, of lincolnshire, england. the village is situated midway between the towns of mablethorpe and cleethorpes . in 2001 village population was 1,599, increasing at the 2011 census to 1,732.
enfield is a market town in greater london, and is the historic centre of the london borough of enfield.it is 10.1 miles 16.3 km north-northeast of central london.the area is identified in the london plan as one of 35 major centres in greater london. the town was originally in the county of middlesex, but became part of greater london on 1 april 1965 when the london government act 1963 was .
ulverston is a market town in the south lakeland district of cumbria, england. historically in lancashire, it is in the furness area 8 miles 13 km north-east of barrow-in-furness, 4 miles 7 km south of the lake district and just north-west of morecambe bay.nearby places include swarthmoor, pennington and rosside.the most visible landmark is the limestone hoad monument built in 1850 to .
staveley grid reference is a village in the south lakeland district, in cumbria, england. historically part of westmorland, it is situated 4 miles 6 km northwest of kendal where the river kent is joined by its tributary the gowan.it is also known as staveley-in-westmorland and staveley-in-kendal to distinguish it from staveley-in-cartmel a small village near newby bridge which is now in .
king david i of scotland took the throne in 1124, and sought to create a new cistercian monastery on that site; however the monks preferred a site further west called 'fordel'. so the monastery now known as melrose abbey was founded there in 1136, and the town of melrose grew up on its present site around it. in the late middle ages, its name was represented by a mell a mason's hammer and a .
barnard castle is a market town in teesdale, county durham, england.it is named after the castle around which it was built. it is the main settlement in the teesdale area, and is a popular tourist destination. the bowes museum has the best collection of european fine and decorative arts in the north of england, housed in a magnificent 19th-century french-style chateau.
united kingdom. in the united kingdom, cultivation licences are issued by the home office under the misuse of drugs act 1971. when grown for nondrug purposes, hemp is referred to as industrial hemp, and a common product is fibre for use in a wide variety of products, as well as the seed for nutritional aspects and the oil.
sawbridgeworth is a small town and civil parish in hertfordshire, england, close to the border with essex. it is 12 miles 19 km east of hertford and 9 miles 14 km north of epping . underlying the town at some depth is the london clay stratum, with a thick layer of boulder clay laid down during the ice ages, including the anglian.
marsden is a large village within the metropolitan borough of kirklees district, in west yorkshire, england.it is in the south pennines close to the peak district which lies to the south. the village is 7 miles 11 km west of huddersfield at the confluence of the river colne and the wessenden brook.it was an important centre for the production of woollen cloth, focused at bank bottom mill .
hemel hempstead / ˈ h ɛ m əl ˈ h ɛ m p s t ɪ d / is a historic town, later developed as a new town, in hertfordshire, england.located 24 miles 39 km northwest of london, it is part of the greater london urban area.the population according to the 2001 census was 81,143, and at the 2019 census was 97,500. developed after the second world war as a new town, it has existed as a settlement .
mountain ash welsh: aberpennar is a town and former community in the cynon valley, within the county borough of rhondda cynon taf, wales. at the 2001 census, mountain ash had a population of 7,039 increasing to 7,374 at the 2011 census.
selly oak is an industrial and residential area in south west birmingham, england.the area gives its name to selly oak ward and includes the neighbourhoods of: bournbrook, selly park, and ten acres.the adjoining wards of edgbaston and harborne are to the north of the bourn brook, which was the former county boundary, and to the south are weoley, and bournville.
darwen is a market town and civil parish located in lancashire, england.along with its northerly neighbour, blackburn, it forms the borough of blackburn with darwen — a unitary authority area.it is known locally as 'darren' and its residents are known as 'darreners'. the main road through darwen is the a666 towards blackburn to the north and bolton to the south, and ultimately at the .
this is a list of official cities in the united kingdom as of 2015. it lists those places that have been granted city status by letters patent or royal charter. there are currently a total of 69 such cities in the united kingdom: 51 in england, seven in scotland, six in wales, and five in northern ireland.
hanmer is a village and a local government community, the lowest tier of local government, part of wrexham county borough in wales.at the 2001 census the population of the hanmer community area, which includes hanmer village itself, horseman's green, halghton and arowry along with a number of small hamlets, was recorded at 726, reducing to 665 at the 2011 census.
this process takes oat groats strht to a grinding unit stone or hammer mill and then over sifter screens to separate the coarse flour and final whole oat flour. the coarser flour is sent back to the grinding unit until it is ground fine enough to be whole oat flour. this method is used often in india and other countries. oatmeal origin cultivation uses healthunited kingdom
the united kingdom of great britain and northern ireland, commonly known as the united kingdom uk or u.k. or britain, is a sovereign country located off the northwestern coast of the european mainland. the united kingdom includes the island of great britain, the northeastern part of the island of ireland, and many smaller islands.