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Woolsthorpe, England, 25 December ; d. London, England, 20 March mathematics, dynamics, celestial mechanics , astronomy, optics, natural philosophy. Isaac Newton was born a posthumous child, his father having been buried the preceding 6 October. Newton was descended from yeomen on both sides: He was born prematurely, and there was considerable concern for his survival. He later said that he could have fitted into a quart mug at birth. His early education was in the dame schools at Skillington and Stoke, beginning perhaps when he was five. He was, however, uninterested in farm chores, and absent-minded and lackadaisical.

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Lane 3 to remain closed throughout the day Highways England emergency planning officer Frank Bird said: The intensity of the fire caused complications in both recovery of the vehicle and clearing debris and that caused a knock-on effect in the time to carry out a full carriageway repair. Highways England engineers worked overnight to recover the vehicle and repair the damaged northbound carriageway at junction 4.

The scene on the M5 in the early hours. Highways England A statement from the agency added:

It’s a lovely path, with a number of weirs, little wooden bridges, attractive waterside woodland and nice countryside views.

This is the true story of a young train spotter metamorphosing into a fat, baldy bloke driving a Flying Banana! Being a relative newcomer to web hunting – and, at 72 years of age, finding the task somewhat daunting – he wondered if someone could point him in the right direction. During our exchange of emails it struck me that Freddy’s witty anecdotes ought to be shared with others, and I’m pleased he agreed to write something about his 49 years service with British Railways, starting as a cleaner at Bournville in But I’ll let Freddy take up the story With more air raids imminent, I was evacuated to the little village of Ashwel near the town of Oakham in Rutland to live with my Auntie Nelly.

I must have been about eight years old at the time and the highlight of the day was the arrival of the local pick-up goods at Ashwel Station sidings to drop wagons off and pick up empties. One day, as I sat on the fence watching the proceedings with great interest, I realized the driver was the same man I had seen several times previously. After the job was done he gave me a cheery wave, then lighting his pipe, climbed down and asked – ‘Are you interested in locomotives?

His next question excited me more than anything before or since – ‘Do yer fancy a look inside the cab? My eyes must have been the size of dinner plates as I took it all in. The fireman gave me a big grin – ‘Are you the new driver then?

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Get daily updates directly to your inbox Subscribe Thank you for subscribingSee our privacy notice Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email Murder, rape, burglary, drug dealing, child abuse and blackmail – just some of the horrific crimes committed in Cambridgeshire so far this year. Victims have endured violence, sexual abuse, intimidation at the hands of these callous criminals. Thanks to the efforts of the region’s police officers, the people listed people will spend months and years behind bars.

Cambridgeshire Live has looked on our court and crime reporting from the past year to detail some of Cambridgeshire most shocking crimes and the sentences handed out by judges. January Jacob Heranwa Image: Cambridgshire Constabulary This monster raped a young girl he should have been looking after three times. Heranwa showed no remorse for his crimes and has now been jailed for 17 years. The year-old, of Bernard Close, Huntingdon abused his position of trust by raping the youngster and was found guilty following a four-day trial at Peterborough Crown Court.

He was sentenced on January 18 to 17 years on each count, to run concurrently, and was told he would serve an eight-year extended license on release. Heranwa received an indefinite restraining order preventing contact with the victim and her family and was also made the subject of an indefinite sexual harm prevention order.

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Early history[ edit ] Mesolithic and Neolithic artefacts have been found in the area surrounding Corby and human remains dating to the Bronze Age were found in at Cowthick. The settlement was recorded in the Domesday Book of as “Corbei”. Corby’s emblem, the raven , derives from an alternative meaning of this word. These Danish roots were recognised in the naming of the most southern of the town’s housing estates, Danesholme, around which one of the Danish settlements was located.

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Woolsthorpe, England, 25 December ; d. London, England, 20 March mathematics, dynamics, celestial mechanics, astronomy, optics, natural philosophy. Isaac Newton was born a posthumous child, his father having been buried the preceding 6 October. Newton was descended from yeomen on both sides: He was born prematurely, and there was considerable concern for his survival. He later said that he could have fitted into a quart mug at birth. His early education was in the dame schools at Skillington and Stoke, beginning perhaps when he was five.

He was, however, uninterested in farm chores, and absent-minded and lackadaisical. He was admitted a member of Trinity College, Cambridge, on 5 June as a subsizar, and became scholar in and Bachelor of Arts in The rooms he occupied are not known for certain; and we have no knowledge as to the subject of his thesis for the B. He himself did record what were no doubt unusual events in his undergraduate career: During this time he laid the foundations of his work in mathematics, optics, and astronomy or celestial mechanics.

It was formerly believed that all of these discoveries were made while Newton remained in seclusion at Woolsthorpe, with only an occasional excursion into nearby Boothby.

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History[ edit ] A hipposandal , a predecessor to the horseshoe Since the early history of domestication of the horse , working animals were found to be exposed to many conditions that created breakage or excessive hoof wear. Ancient people recognized the need for the walls and sometimes the sole of domestic horses’ hooves to have additional protection over and above any natural hardness.

An early form of hoof protection was seen in ancient Asia, where horses’ hooves were wrapped in rawhide, leather or other materials for both therapeutic purposes and protection from wear.

Some horseshoers will rasp the hoof down to fit an improperly shaped or too-small size of shoe, which is damaging to the movement of the horse and can damage the hoof itself if trimmed or rasped too short.

Abermawr Woods 2 miles 2. You’ll pass along the pretty shingle beach and enjoy peaceful woodland trails in the adjacent wood. It’s a lovely spot with great coastal views and bluebells in the wood in the spring. Parking is available at the turning circle near the beach from which this walk starts. Borth is located about 5 miles north of the town with a nice footpath taking you along the beaches and cliffs.

There’s some moderate climbs along the way so a reasonable level of fitness is required. From the cliff tops there are fantastic views down to Aberystwyth and along the coast. The walk starts by the pier on the sea front of Aberystwyth, near to the train station. You then head north past Constitution Hill , a wonderful viewpoint with a large Camera Obscura giving a bird’s eye view of square miles of countryside and coast.

The route continues along the cliff top path to Clarach Bay, where you can stop for refreshments at the cafe.

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Highways England emergency planning officer, Frank Bird, said:

The Village of Castor is within easy reach of excellent local amenities including churches, two public houses, coffee shop and convenience store. The Cathedral City of Peterborough is approximately 6 miles away, which provides a comprehensive range of shopping facilities, together with the main line train station providing frequent high speed services into London Kings Cross.

The Georgian town of Stamford is some 10 miles away and offers a further range of amenities and is home to the well-known George Hotel. Both private and state education is well catered for in the area, with the renowned Castor CE primary school a short walk away. Private schools are situated nearby in Oundle, Oakham, Stamford and Uppingham. Sporting and leisure facilities sailing, biking, walking and fishing are to be found at nearby Ferry Meadows and Rutland Water. Intending purchasers will be asked to produce identification documentation at a later stage and we would ask for your co-operation in order that there will be no delay in agreeing the sale.

While we endeavour to make our sales particulars fair, accurate and reliable, they are only a general guide to the property and, accordingly, if there is any point which is of particular importance to you, please contact the office and we will be pleased to check the position for you, especially if you are contemplating travelling some distance to view the property. These approximate room sizes are only intended as general guidance.

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Early history[ edit ] Mesolithic and Neolithic artefacts have been found in the area surrounding Corby and human remains dating to the Bronze Age were found in at Cowthick. The settlement was recorded in the Domesday Book of as “Corbei”. Corby’s emblem, the raven , derives from an alternative meaning of this word. These Danish roots were recognised in the naming of the most southern of the town’s housing estates, Danesholme, around which one of the Danish settlements was located.

Corby was granted the right to hold two annual fairs and a market by Henry III in In Corby was granted a charter by Elizabeth I that exempted local landowners from tolls the fee paid by travellers to use the long distance public roads , dues an early form of income tax [2] and gave all men the right to refuse to serve in the local militia.

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Checkout Videoscene is having a January sale! To make way for new releases in , there are hundreds of DVDs and Blu-rays in our special sale , many at half price! All UK orders are shipped post free! Thank you for your support during and a Happy New Year. Without a doubt, the DVD is THE universal present for any family member and with more than 2, titles to choose from, we’ve got your Christmas shopping wrapped up nicely! It’s that time of year again when releases come thick and fast with many companies saving their best new titles for the Christmas period.

This year is no different and contained in the catalogue’s 32 pages we have a feast of railway and transport DVDs and Blu-rays for your viewing pleasure. Both these titles will be launched at the Warley show. The best-selling Marsden Rail 38 has received some great reviews in the railway press.

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At one point he was ‘sweet hearting’ two barmaids at the same time; they worked in different pubs on the main street in the town, which, in a small place like Blyth was a risky thing to contemplate.

Operation of the Line Prior to its recent upgrade, when the line was operated by BR, it was a single-ended line which connected with Network Rail’s infrastructure at Melton Mowbray. From the Melton end, the line today passes through pleasant countryside past the villages of Asfordby, Saxelby, Old Dalby, Plumtree, Keyworth and Tollerton to Edwalton, just south of West Bridgford on the southern outskirts of Nottingham, where it terminates.

Although it was universally known as ‘Old Dalby’ the official name for the test track was the ‘Melton Junction to Edwalton’ Line. Now that Alstom no longer have an interest it will definitely be known as ‘Old Dalby’. Rail access is via Melton Junction through a token-controlled manually-operated ground frame released from Melton Station Signal Box, which is still in an area of mechanical signalling. Trains arrive at Melton Mowbray, usually from the west and stop by the station signal box.

The mileage is measured from London St. The sign refers to the staff section to Asfordby GF and access to either the former mine or directly onto the test track. Note the Ground Signal showing a ‘proceed’ aspect and the points lying towards Asfordby.

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