Ingleborough


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Ingleborough

a mountain in N England, in North Yorkshire: potholes. Height: 723 m (2373 ft.)
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Tranmere currently train on a leased site at Raby Vale, while much of the Academy work is done at Ingleborough.
The Trust support the Ingleborough housing scheme, which is linked with plans to redevelop the Woodchurch Leisure Centre into a new training complex for the club.
Opponents of the scheme have argued that Ingleborough is a memorial ground to 88 former Birkenhead Institute pupils, including war poet Wilfred Owen, who had died during the First World War and should be preserved.
The fund's organisers originally set themselves an ambitious target of getting 300 people to join them in an attempt to trek up Pen-y-Ghent, Whernside and Ingleborough - a distance of 26 miles and ascent of 1,600 metres - in just 12 hours.
Ingleborough Yorkshire Dales The Lancashire Young Persons Walking group invites you to join them tomorrow for an eightmile walk starting in the pretty Yorkshire village of Ingleton on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales National Park.
Businesses and people living near the Ingleborough Road site, in Tranmere, are being asked to display the Wilfred Owen Story's "Heroes not Houses" signs.
Whernside is one of the famous Yorkshire Quiz of the Day ANSWERS: 1 Dorset; 2 East Germany; 3 A badger; 4 Dot Cotton; 5 Fulham Palace; 6 Trotting or harness racing; 7 Miss Marple; 8 Ingleborough and Pen-y-ghent; 9 Bagel; 10 Grumpy Old Women Live.
The team from Mansell's social housing division successfully completed the gruelling Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge, scaling the Yorkshire Dale's three peaks -Pen-yGhent, Whernside and Ingleborough.
Now the BHF is on the hunt for groups of volunteers to help at the refreshment stations along the route - and keep up morale by cheering on the walkers on their 24-mile challenge to scale the three peaks of Pen-yGhent, Whernside and Ingleborough in 12 hours.
Wirral council's cabinet voted to release restrictive covenants on land at Ingleborough Road, the club's current training facility, earlier this month, after the club agreed to pay the authority PS500,000 compensation for lifting restrictions on the land.
Pen-y-ghent, at 2,277 foot high is a fell in the Yorkshire Dales, and one of the Yorkshire Three Peaks, the other two being at Ingleborough and Whernside.
The second break-in happened at a house in Ingleborough Drive, in Ryton, between 6.