(kăm`pərdoun'), Du. Kamperduin [the dune of Kamp], locality near the village of Kamp, North Holland prov., NW Netherlands, on the North Sea. In 1797 the British defeated the Dutch in a naval battle off Camperdown.
The Burradon and Camperdown Forum, in North Tyneside, is receiving PS61,200 from the Heritage Lottery Fund to carry out work on the Burradon Colliery banner, which the village miners commissioned in 1954.
This follows the handover of DEFENDER, which was accepted off contract in a ceremony at Portsmouth Naval Base in July, 2012 DUNCAN, named after Admiral Lord Viscount Adam Duncan who commanded the Royal Navy to victory over the Dutch Fleet in the Battle of Camperdown in 1797, is affiliated with his home town of Dundee as well as Belfast.
They met at Deus Ex Machina in Parramatta Rd, Camperdown, with Bloom riding there on his new customised road bike turned hill climber, the Deus SR400, which cost him 20,000 dollars, reports the Daily Telegraph.
It really makes me feel powerless in my own country to know that whichever party or candidate I vote for, it won't make any difference to my civil fights," said Daisy Little, an openly lesbian resident of Camperdown, near Sydney.