Winchelsea


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Winchelsea

(wĭn`chəlsē), village, East Sussex, SE England. Winchelsea was an important member of the Cinque PortsCinque Ports
[O. Fr.,=five ports], name applied to an association of maritime towns in Sussex and Kent, SE England. They originally numbered five: Hastings, Romney (now New Romney), Hythe, Dover, and Sandwich. The association was informally organized in the 11th cent.
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When, two days later, he appeared before the King at Winchelsea and reported the outcome of his mission Henry raged and stormed, swearing by all the saints in the calendar that Norman of Torn should hang for his effrontery before the snow flew again.
I had a turn with them upon the sea when they came over to Winchelsea and the good queen with her ladies sat upon the cliffs looking down at us, as if it had been joust or tourney.
Winchelsea Sands Holiday Park - Winchelsea, nr Rye Service Charge PS7 pupn - HALF PRICE on breaks starting Mar 23, Apr 23, Jun 4, 8, 15, 18, 22, 25, Sep 24, 28, Oct 5, 8, 12, 15.
Winchelsea Sands Holiday Park -Winchelsea, nr Rye Service Charge PS7 pupn -HALF PRICE on breaks starting Mar 23, Apr 23, Jun 4, 8, 15, 18, 22, 25, Sep 24, 28, Oct 5, 8, 12, 15.
Tenders are invited for winchelsea special school services upgrade and remodelling
Prof Bellhouse, who lived in Winchelsea, co-founded PowderJect in 1993, which became one of the first companies to be successfully spun out by the University of Oxford.
We stay in Winchelsea, a quiet seaside town near Rye, in a freshly decorated bungalow called Forget Me Not, available to rent via Kent & Sussex Holiday Cottages.
We stayed in Winchelsea, a quiet seaside town near Rye, in a freshly decorated bungalow called Forget Me Not, available to rent via Kent & Sussex Holiday Cottages.
He uses examples by Anne Finch, Countess of Winchelsea, William Wordsworth, Jean Toomer, Henry Fielding, Jean-Michel Gustave Le Clezio, J.
Comic Spike Milligan's grave at St Thomas' Church, Winchelsea, East Sussex, bears the nation's favourite epitaph: "I told you I was ill.
Even more interesting are discussions of literary technique, as when Henry notes the failure of written descriptions to impart the true experience of place: "It is impossible to stand to-day in the high, loose, sunny, haunted square of Winchelsea without wondering what [Thackeray] could have been thinking of .