chepstow welsh: cas-gwent is a town and community in monmouthshire, wales, adjoining the border with gloucestershire, england.it is located on the tidal river wye, about 2 miles 3.2 km above its confluence with the river severn, and adjoining the western end of the severn bridge.it is 16 miles 26 km east of newport, 28 miles 45 km east-northeast of cardiff, 18 miles 29 km northwest .
south shields plays host to an annual free summer festival and each autumn the town is the seaside finish to the world-famous great north run. south shields is also home to colmans, established in 1926, which is a multi-award-winning seafood restaurant and takeaway.
in 2010, china overtook japan in akoya pearl production. japan has all but ceased its production of akoya pearls smaller than 8 mm. japan maintains its status as a pearl processing center, however, and imports the majority of chinese akoya pearl production. these pearls are then processed often simply matched and sorted , relabeled as product .
marion michael morrison born marion robert morrison; may 26, 1907 – june 11, 1979 , known professionally as john wayne and nicknamed duke, was an american actor, director, producer and presidential medal of freedom recipient. he was among the top box office ds for three decades famous …
derbyshire / ˈ d ɑːr b i ʃ ər,-ʃ ɪər / is a county in the east midlands of england. a substantial portion of the peak district national park lies within derbyshire, containing the southern extremity of the pennine range of hills which extend into the north of the county. the county contains part of the national forest, and borders on greater manchester to the northwest, west .
stoke-on-trent often abbreviated to stoke is a city and unitary authority area in staffordshire, england, with an area of 36 square miles 93 km 2 .together with the neighbouring boroughs of newcastle-under-lyme and staffordshire moorlands, it is part of north staffordshire.in 2016, the city had a population of 261,302. it is the largest settlement in all of staffordshire.
chesterfield is a large market town and borough in derbyshire, england, 24 miles 39 km north of derby and 11 miles 18 km south of sheffield at the confluence of the rivers rother and hipper. with whittington, brimington and staveley it had a population of about 103,801 in 2012, making it derbyshire's second largest town.
hmp shepton mallet, sometimes known as cornhill, is a former prison located in shepton mallet, somerset, england. when it closed in 2013, it was the united kingdom's oldest operating prison, and had been since the closure of hmp lancaster castle in 2011. before closure shepton mallet was a category c lifer prison holding 189 prisoners.
under milk wood is a 1954 radio drama by welsh poet dylan thomas, commissioned by the bbc and later adapted for the stage. a film version, under milk wood directed by andrew sinclair, was released in 1972, and another adaptation of the play, directed by pip broughton, was staged for television for the 60 anniversary in 2014. an omniscient narrator invites the audience to listen to the dreams .
witney market began in the middle ages.thursday is the traditional market day but there is also a market on saturday. the buttercross in the market square is so called because people from neighbouring towns would gather there to buy butter and eggs. it was built in about 1600 and its clock was added in 1683.
the new forest pony is one of the indigenous horse breeds of the british isles, and is one of the new forest's most famous attractions – most of the forest ponies are of this breed, but there are also some shetlands and their crossbreeds.
the largest producers were china with 31.3 million of this total, the united states with 6.3 million, india at 4.8 million, mexico at 2.8 million, japan at 2.6 million, and brazil and russia with 2.5 million each. a typical large egg factory ships a million dozen eggs per week.
solihull / ˈ s ɒ l i h ʌ l /, / ˈ s oʊ l-/ or / ˌ s oʊ l i ˈ h ʌ l / is a large town and administrative centre in england with a population of 123,187 in the 2011 census. historically in warwickshire, it is the largest town in, and administrative centre of, the larger metropolitan borough of solihull, which itself has a population of .