Early Bronze Age burial, territory, and population in Milton Keynes, Buckingham, and the Great Ouse
Publication of the Framework coincides with the imminent completion of the first 'on the ground' project in the Park--a new three kilometre surfaced trail along the River Great Ouse
The Rivers Severn, Avon, Arrow, Dene, Tame, Great Ouse
and Teme all burst their banks.
The River Avon, from Evesham to upstream of Tewkesbury, and from Stanford to upstream of Rugby; the River Great Ouse
from Brackley to
Cambridgeshire Police said flood alerts had been issued in relation to the River Nene in Peterborough and the Great Ouse
in St Neots and for stretches of the Great Ouse
and River Yare in Norfolk.
On Saturday veteran rowers from the universities battled over the same mile-and-half course on the Great Ouse
at Queen Adelaide to commemorate the 1944 race, which Oxford won by three-quarters of a length.
The body of the 20-year-old, from Glasgow, was dragged from the Great Ouse
river in Cambridgeshire.
A Roman site at Stanton Low, on the Great Ouse
, Bucks, Archaeological Journal 146.
Three bridges will rewaterproofed and resurfaced: the A47 River Great Ouse
Bridge, the River Nar Bridge and the Harbour Junction Bridge.
Major rivers such as the Thames, Severn and Great Ouse
were thought to be most at risk over the coming days and 64 flood alerts and six more serious flood warnings were in place across the country.
MIDLANDS big-fish specialist Tony Miles got in among the specimen chub of the Great Ouse
recently, with fish of 5lb 9oz, 6lb 7oz, 6lb 10oz and a beauty of 7lb 2oz.
The Bidford-on-Avon angler was float-fishing on the Great Ouse
when the massive 5lb 6oz perch - the biggest taken from any English river other than the Thames - snaffled his lobworm hook bait.