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Sedgemoor,

marshy tract in Somerset, SW England. The forces of James II defeated the duke of Monmouth at Sedgemoor in 1685.

Sedgemoor

a low-lying plain in SW England, in central Somerset: scene of the defeat (1685) of the Duke of Monmouth
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Major organization : SEDGEMOOR DISTRICT COUNCIL AND HOMES IN SEDGEMOOR
Sedgemoor Road, in the Banksfield area of Middlesbrough, where a cat was found with serious injuries
Hawke partnered Seagram to land the 1991 Grand National and has never been in better form in his new role as a trainer, with Sedgemoor Express underlining that fact in the 2m1/2f handicap chase.
The movement of cattle is being organised and co-ordinated by Sedgemoor Auction Marts who are doing fantastic job in the most difficult and emotive of conditions.
An Avon and Somerset Police spokesman said: 'Two men, a 44-year-old Bridgwater man and a 32-year-old from Burnham-onSea, have been bailed to appear before Sedgemoor magistrates on July 23.
Offer not valid at Sedgemoor, Charnock Richard, Bristol West and Michaelwood after July 23, 2000.
Fact file: More information from Sedgemoor Tourism, South Esplanade, Burnham-on-Sea, Somerset TA8 1BU; tel: 01278 787852; e-mail: burnham.
Principal battles: Seneffe (1674); Sedgemoor (1685); Killiecrankie (near Pitlochry) (1689); Aughrim (1691); Steenkirk (Hainaut, Belgium) (1692).
After the death of Charles, Monmouth led the unsuccessful uprising against James that is known as Monmouth's Rebellion, but he was defeated at Sedgemoor in Somerset and beheaded.
Sedgemoor district council (sdc) launched a digital first approach to customer access in october 2015 and is moving forward on a programme of digital transformation to: improve the experience for our customers, improve efficiency for the council, collaborate with other agencies serving o.