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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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"Despite the weather, the Captain was very warm indeed," he recalled." In fact, I had never enjoyed a trip so much." Unfortunately, crashing back to Felixtowe, his boat hit a colossal wave.
Teesport is a very large site and, with the main southern ports Felixtowe and Southampton congested, there is ample room for further developments in the northern ports."
You'd have got laughed off the beach at Felixtowe where I used to spend my summers if you'd turned up in one.
They don't have to ship goods to congested ports in the south, such as Felixtowe and Southampton, and then incur great expense by trucking them up North."
Spot checks are already being carried out at two English ports -- Felixtowe and Southampton.
Last March, Nev teed up at Felixtowe Ferry, duffed his tee shot along the ground.
A second suspect who is being held, former special constable Tom Stephens, was arrested at his home in Trimley St Mary, near Felixtowe, early on Monday.
She has WTA events at Felixtowe, Wrexham, Ilkley and London.
Harry Sinclair, aged 68, his 38-year-old wife and two daughters had been living in a caravan site in Felixtowe, Suffolk.
She played for Lancashire in Felixtowe way back in 1978, going on to win the county title with Janet Howard, and in later years returned from domestic life to help Lancashire lift the Winter Cup in 1992.
But the Government prefers to expand South-East ports of Felixtowe, London and Harwich.