and Aits is the first comprehensive guide to the diverse range of islands dotted along the Thames.
But because we come from a position of defense, where we have to deal with foolishness like Catherine Stimpson's claim that characters never just come to an island but "to the eyot
they came," a sentence that never appears in The Lord of the Rings--doh!
Late bronze age ritual and habitation on a Thames Eyot
at Whitecross Farm, Wallingford; the archaeology of the Wallingford bypass, 1986-92.
It is believed the island is really called Monk Eyot
, meaning MonkOs Island.
reported that local people claimed the turning point in the previously successful Phan Ba Vanh revolt in Nam Dinh and Son Nam in 1827 came when its leader took the crown from a statue of the Virgin and put it on his own head.
More info: For a list of dentists send a SAE to: DPS, 6 Eyot
St Lawrence, Welwyn, Herts, AL6 9BP or e-mail email@example.com.
[...] The Eyot
, the Seine, the landing-place, the house, were all overshadowed on the west by the huge basilica of Notre-Dame casting its cold gloom over the whole plot as the sun moved.
The campaign, unveiled at Queen's Eyot
near Maidenhead, Berkshire, aims to encourage threatened species back to the river and its tributaries in Surrey, Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire by improving the riverside habitat and water quality.
Most of islands are called an ait or eyot
, which means a small island and is a term especially used when referring to river islands in the Thames.
In the 18 month period one whole river survey comprising a full width river bed survey along the river from Chiswick Eyot
to Greenwich Pier and 5 site specific river surveys comprising local surveys in the vicinity of each of the identified foreshore sites shall be completed;