London and its surrounding areas are pulling away from the rest of the UK, while remote rural or coastal areas and former industrial areas, are being left behind economically and hollowed out socially. Read More The research reveals there is also no link between the affluence of an area and high levels of social mobility. The warning came from Alan Milburn, who heads up the social mobility commission Image: PA At the heart of the report is the Social Mobility Index, which ranks all local authorities in England in terms of their social mobility prospects for someone from a disadvantaged background. Some of the most deprived areas in England are described as hotspots for social mobility, including most London boroughs — such as Tower Hamlets, Hackney and Newham. Conversely, some affluent areas — such as West Berkshire, Cotswold and Crawley – are amongst the worst for offering good education, employment opportunities and affordable housing to their most disadvantaged residents. The best-performing local authority area is Westminster and the worst-performing area is West Somerset.
Turn left at third roundabout onto First Avenue. Take the 2nd right off First Avenue into Muskham Road. From the River Stort bridge entrance, you arrive at the Station roundabout. Take 3rd exit and turn left at next roundabout onto First Avenue. Muskham Road is the last turning on the left before the A For local bus timetable information call 22 33 or see www.
South Downs Way: Amberley to Worthing This past weekend was a Bank Holiday here in the UK (sorry Scotland) and the seaside town of Worthing was on the agenda to support friend, housemate and FRC-er Sophie at the Worthing Triathlon on Sunday.
And it was no different once again this year for Rotarians Gordon Duncan and Peter Love but this time the cause was different. Their beard shaves were in support of the Severn Hospice who cared for and supported one of their fellow Rotarians when he was seriously ill. Sadly, Rotarian Tony Cook passed away in January, but fully favoured the beard shave going ahead to raise much needed funds for the hospice.
Peter was only sponsored for his beard shave off, but Gordon clearly had a head start — a full over shave. And both exclaimed afterwards that they felt the cold. The pair is confident of raising a few hundred pounds for the Severn Hospice and they thank their supporters for their generous and kind donations.
But you wouldn’t expect to see an unexploded bomb, hundreds of plastic eggs or brand new motorbikes littering the beach. Some pretty weird things wash up on beaches around the world, as we’ll show you. It’s thought the fish suffocated after the enormous school got lost in Redondo Beach marina and depleted the water of its oxygen. The piles of stinky silvery fish were a welcome sight to the local seals and seabirds but not so much to the human residents.
WWII practice ordnance is still being found in the Chappy and Long Point Wildlife Refuge, an area used for bomb practice by pilots training during the war. A pound photo flash bomb was found in June
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She has Massey H61R body. In this view, taken on 13 September , she is westbound near the Grand Hotel, on Morecambe Promenade. If I remember rightly, what Stephen says would account for the views I have seen of Maidstone Atlanteans with operators in the Glasgow area. Incidentally, the building site in the background, in the process of becoming a block of apartments, was rather controversial, being at the Promenade end of Princes Crescent. He had long been in dispute with his employers over his address.
He was supposed to live within the Borough, but lived just outside it, in Hest Bank. His mother lived within the borough, and he had his post delivered there.
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We understand that deciding to take the plunge with older dating can be nerve-wracking. These twelve hanging feathers from the Spotted Eagle stand for all the winged creatures. This made me think of it.
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Mablethorpe — Lincolnshire Mablethorpe beach huts Why you would love it: The beach at Mablethorpe stretches for miles. A visit to the Mablethorpe Seal Sanctuary and Wildlife Centre where you can interact with all sorts of rescued species from primates and seals to birds of prey and meerkats. Skegness — Lincolnshire Skegness Pier Why you would love it: If the west coast has Blackpool, then the east coast has Skegness, a traditional and popular seaside resort with more than enough attractions to entertain all ages.
Try your hand at stock car racing at Skegness Stadium or visit the only parrot sanctuary in the country. Visiting the new Skegness Aquarium. This exciting and interactive venue is based on the story and characters of Treasure Island. Clacton-on-Sea is definitely a traditional holiday resort with a twist. Seafront gardens, a historic pier and Martello Towers sit next to the up-to-date attraction of a local airfield from where you can take pleasure flights.
The Clacton Pier SeaQuarium with its wonderful exhibits from around the world.
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Peacehaven East Sussex Introduction Peacehaven is a small coastal town of 13, people in the Lewes district of East Sussex, located 6 miles east of Brighton. From its cliff-top vantage point the town has stunning views of Friars Bay and the English Channel. At the base of the cliff is a substantial concrete sea defence and promenade built in stages between to reduce the rate of cliff retreat. Stunning views of Friars Bay and the English Channel from the cliff-top east of the town.
Dating Offers Shop Garden Shop Bookshop Tickets While around 20 migrant white storks are spotted in Britain every year, near Worthing, was originally “Estorchestone”, meaning “the.
The secondary southern escarpment of the South Downs close to Worthing, south of the main ridge of the Downs formed by hills such as Steep Down, Cissbury, Church Hill and Harrow Hill is most visible west of the River Adur and it is this flint which is especially hard and durable and hence valuable in neolithic times. There is evidence that flint from these mines was traded across southern Britain, particularly to the populous areas on the Wessex downland.
The flints would have been used to make tools such as axe s, scrapers and arrow heads. At Harrow Hill, dozens of ox skulls have been found, suggesting ritual slaughter, possibly each autumn, as many animals would not have survived the winter. In the mine shafts, drawings of an Earth Spirit and phallus es seem to have been used to protect the fertility of the mines. Cissbury in neolithic times was probably Britain’s second largest flint mine, after Grimes Graves in Norfolk. Over pits have been found at Cissbury and there is evidence that flint from Cissbury was exported as far away as the eastern Mediterranean.
Four engravings, of a bull and deer, have been found in a shaft of one of the Cissbury flint mines. This is significant as few pieces of representational art survive from the British neolithic period. For much of the neolithic period of the stone age, it is likely that the Worthing area was at the borders of territory of two tribes, one based at the causewayed enclosure at Whitehawk Camp in modern Brighton and one centred on the causwayed enclosure at the Trundle near modern Chichester.
At Cock Hill lies a henge dating from the late neolithic period, 48 metres in diameter, roughly circular, with a single entrance to the south-east. Neolithic axes from the mines have been found away from the Downs in various locations across the modern town of Worthing including at Homefield Park, Heene Road, Broadwater, Pond Lane and Seldens Way. A site near the summit of West Hill in High Salvington , between Honeysuckle Lane and the covered reservoir, has been identified as the possible location of a neolithic village, possibly used by flint miners.
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UK news Was Sarah Lawson’s death really inevitable? The NHS was accused of failing a suicidal year-old after her father’s mercy killing trial last week. But the truth is not so simple. The Observer , Sunday 20 May Few tales of such heart-rending tragedy have so gripped the nation:
The Jamora cousins was also on the said photo along with some other friiends. Heaven Peralejo is a former teen housemate of the reality show Pinoy Big Brother of whom among her batchmates were Maymay Entrata, Marco Gallo, Edward Barber, Kisses Delavin, Vivoree Esclito, and among others.
Some witnesses appeared to doubt whether the small tremor was anything more than a heavy lorry rumbling by on the south coast. Others based in Worthing, West Sussex, questioned whether the 3. The pier in Worthing, West Sussex. People living in the seaside town were unsure whether the quake was a trick of the imagination when it struck this morning But according to the British Geological Survey BGS , it is the biggest to strike a 16 mile region in years.
People living in parts of West Sussex said buildings shook for a few seconds at around 8am. On Twitter, one social networker wrote: I haven’t had any coffee yet, so it could just be my brain making things up again! Others felt it, not too mad One worker said it felt like a ‘big lorry had gone by in a hurry’. Brian Baker, data manager at the Sussex Safer Roads Partnership, felt the earthquake in his office on the coast in Shoreham, near Brighton.
It lasted about two to three seconds. Portsmouth Harbour, in Hampshire, is around 85km from the epicentre of the 3. It was felt across most of the country and in Ireland, the Netherlands, Belgium, northern France, parts of north west Germany, Denmark and south west Norway. Damage in Britain was reported from 71 different places, with the strongest effects at Filey, North Yorkshire where the top of a church spire was rotated.