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Normanton, West Yorkshire - Wikipedia
Normanton is a town and civil parish in the City of Wakefield in West Yorkshire, England. It is north-east of Wakefield and south-west of Castleford, and at the time of the 2011 Census, the population of the civil parish was 20, 872, whilst the Normanton ward of the Wakefield City Council had a population of 16, 220.

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Eccleshill, West Yorkshire - Wikipedia
Eccleshill is an area, former village, and ward within the City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council in the county of West Yorkshire, England.

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Early, obscure and questionable cement plants in Britain ...
A list of obscure British and Irish cement plants

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Cement Kilns: About cement
History of cement in Britain ... Iconic structures such as the Colloseum and the Pont du Gard rely upon concrete for their longevity, but the structure that most impressed later ages was the Pantheon in Rome.

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Open All Year Campsites and Caravan Sites - UK Camp Site ...
Find a campsite, or caravan park which is open all year. Perfect for winter camping, Christmas or New Year trips, and early spring. If you know of a campsite which is open all year round that we have missed please let us know and we will add the details

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Geology of the Yorkshire Dales - Out of Oblivion
Out of Oblivion aims are to increase your enjoyment of the Yorkshire Dales and to help you understand more about the unique cultural landscape of the area created ...

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Westcountry Machinery 4 Wood
Westcountry Woodworking Machinery Ltd t/as Westcountry Machinery 4 Wood Beacon Kilns High Street Village St. Austell Cornwall PL26 7SR

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The Restoration Man - Episode Guide - All 4
George Clarke meets Clive and Jane, who dream of retiring and making their new home in a derelict windmill in Anglesey. But the build suddenly comes to a halt as personal tragedy strikes.

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A History of Beverley, Yorkshire - Local Histories
Beverley means beaver stream (beavers were once common in Britain). About 705 a monastery was founded by the stream. In 721 John of Beverley, the Bishop of York died and was buried at the monastery. He was canonized (declared a saint) in 1037. It was said that miracles occurred around his tomb e.g

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North Yorkshire - www.wetroads.co.uk
An online guide to every ford and watersplash in the UK.

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