Felixstowe

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Felixstowe

a port and resort in E England, in Suffolk: ferry connections to Rotterdam and Zeebrugge. Pop.: 29 349 (2001)
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The granite started out in Chennai, formerly known as Madras, and shipped to Felixstowe docks.
Steve O'Connor, of Widnes company the O'Connor Group transported the statue from Felixstowe docks and stored it until it was ready to installed in the garden.
The shipment was concealed in containers of cat litter which were delivered from Turkey to Felixstowe Docks in Suffolk.
In fact, British-made cigarettes were smuggled in a 40ft container from St Petersburg and landed at Felixstowe docks.
Border Force officers found the drugs, with a street value of more than PS3.1 million, hidden in a consignment of imported industrial machinery when it was landed at Felixstowe docks last August.
A Mirror probe found Heathrow airport and Felixstowe docks in Suffolk are the main routes into Britain often via Belgium.
Measures are likely to include the construction of new toll roads, which would not only create jobs in the short term but could provide a boost to the economy by unblocking the congested A14 near Cambridge, which is used to transport goods from the Midlands to Felixstowe docks.
Warren was tried at Newcastle crown court in 1993 alongside Charrington and seven others after the seizure of pounds 260m of cocaine in a joint police and customs operation at Felixstowe docks the previous year.
The Zhen Hua 23, a 600ft heavy lift vessel from Shanghai, was tied up at the Languard terminal at Felixstowe Docks when moorings snapped.
The granite, from Chennai, India, was shipped to Felixstowe docks.
The class had sat patiently whilst Mr Jefferson had paused to stare wistfully out of the window at the backdrop of Felixstowe docks.