'and did those feet in ancient time' is a poem by william blake from the preface to his epic milton: a poem in two books, one of a collection of writings known as the prophetic books.the date of 1804 on the title page is probably when the plates were begun, but the poem was printed c. 1808. today it is best known as the hymn 'jerusalem', with music written by sir hubert parry in 1916.
a tow hitch or tow bar is a device attached to the chassis of a vehicle for towing, or a towbar to an aircraft nose gear. it can take the form of a tow ball to allow swiveling and articulation of a trailer, or a tow pin, or a tow hook with a trailer loop, often used for large or agricultural vehicles where slack in the pivot pin allows similar movements.
bat & ball railway station is located on bat & ball road in sevenoaks in kent, england.it is 25 miles 51 chains 41.3 km measured from london victoria although london-bound trains that call run to blackfriars .the station is managed by southeastern, however, all train services that call are operated by thameslink
kington is a market town, electoral ward and civil parish in herefordshire, england. according to the parish, the ward had a population of 3,240 while the 2011 census had a population of 2,626. kington is 2.0 miles 3.2 km from the border with wales and, despite being on the western side of offa's dyke, has been english for over a thousand years.
rotherham united football club, nicknamed the millers, is a professional association football club based in rotherham, south yorkshire, england.it competes in league one, the third tier of the english football league system, following its relegation from the championship in the 2018–19 season.. founded in 1925 as a merger between rotherham county 1877 and rotherham town 1899 , the club's .
overton is a large village and parish in hampshire, england located west of the town of basingstoke, and east of andover and whitchurch.the village contains smaller hamlets of southington, northington, ashe, polhampton and quidhampton the latter two lying to the north of the village. the river test has its source 1 mile 1.6 km to the east in ashe.. there is evidence of habitation since the .
david michael ball born 14 december 1989 is an english professional footballer who plays as a striker for wellington phoenix in the a-league.. he began his career at manchester city, but never made a first-team appearance despite being a star player in the club's reserve and academy teams.he started the 2010–11 season on loan at swindon town, before he was signed by peterborough united in .
thornton-cleveleys is home to thornton-cleveleys r.u.f.c. who play rugby in the rfu northern division, north lancs 1. their home ground is the ymca sport centre in thornton. thornton-cleveleys f.c. play in the west lancashire football league, they play their home matches at new bourne park.
gainsborough is a town in the west lindsey district of lincolnshire, england. the population of the town was 20,842 at the 2011 census. it is situated on the river trent, 18 miles 29 km north-west from the city and county town of lincoln, 15 miles 24 km south-west of scunthorpe, and 35 miles 56 km east of sheffield.
saffron walden is a market town in the uttlesford district of essex, england, 12 miles 19 km north of bishop's stortford, 15 miles 24 km south of cambridge and 43 miles 69 km north of london. it retains a rural appearance and some buildings of the medieval period. the 2001 parish population of 14,313 had risen to 15,504 by the 2011 census.
boundary park is a football stadium in oldham, greater manchester, england. its name originates from the fact that it lies at the northwestern extremity of oldham, with royton and chadderton lying immediately north and west respectively.
construction of raf brize norton began in 1935 with the official opening taking place on 13 august 1937. the station was originally to be named raf carterton, given its proximity and relationship with the town of the same name, but was instead named raf brize norton to avoid possible confusion with raf cardington in bedfordshire.
wragby is named in the domesday book as 'waragebi', when it consisted of 23 households a mill and a church. the 'rout yard', a scheduled monument in the form of two moated islands and associated ditched enclosures, is the remains of a medieval manorial complex.
john david caudwell born 7 october 1952 is a british billionaire businessman and philanthropist who co-founded the mobile phone retailer phones 4u.he also invests in fashion, real estate and other industries, and chairs caudwell children, a children's charity, and caudwell lymeco, promoting the health of lyme disease sufferers in the uk. he is known for being the uk's largest taxpayer, but .
a galileo thermometer or galilean thermometer is a thermometer made of a sealed glass cylinder containing a clear liquid and several glass vessels of varying density.the individual floats rise or fall in proportion to their respective density and the density of the surrounding liquid as the temperature changes.
john dennis wilson mbe 1943 – 13 november 2018 was a british angler who had been involved with angling television production for over twenty years featuring on channel 4 television and more recently on the digital tv channel, discovery real time.wilson was voted 'the greatest angler of all time' in a 2004 poll by readers of the angling times newspaper.
william michael 'mike' phillips born 29 august 1982 is a rugby union player who plays at scrum-half.on 16 march 2013, phillips surpassed the record of 76 caps set by dwayne peel as the most capped scrum-half for wales.. tall and powerful, unusual properties in a scrum half, he has been compared to ex-wales international terry holmes.
cheriton fitzpaine is a village in devon, england, located 4 miles 7 km north-east of crediton.the population of the parish in the 2011 census was 556.. the village is noted for its historic buildings, including the old primary school, the longest thatched house in england. cheriton fitzpaine is a major part of the electoral ward way, with a 2011 population of 1,603.
stamford bridge is a village and civil parish on the river derwent in the east riding of yorkshire, england, approximately 5 miles 8.0 km east of york and 22 miles 35 km west of driffield.the village lies on the borders with the ryedale district of north yorkshire and with the city of york unitary authority.
ivybridge has long been a staging post on the exeter to plymouth road dating back to the 13th century and the 'ivy bridge' was the only way over the river erme at the time. the bridge itself is still in use to this day taking cars one-way and pedestrians across the river. in the 1830s a new bridge was built at the top of fore street .