Ingleborough


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Ingleborough

a mountain in N England, in North Yorkshire: potholes. Height: 723 m (2373 ft.)
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The youngsters climb a peak each year in order of height - Pen-y-ghent (Year 4), Ingleborough (Year 5) and Whernside (Year 6).
The scheme was controversial after opponents argued that Ingleborough was a memorial to 88 former Birkenhead Institute pupils, including war poet Wilfred Owen, who died during World War I, and should be preserved.
The Trust support the Ingleborough housing scheme, which is linked with plans to redevelop the Woodchurch Leisure Centre into a new training complex for the club.
The Solar Campus project, originally instigated by the club's previous owner Peter Johnson, has been funded in part by the sale of the Ingleborough Road playing fields, close to Prenton Park, for housing development.
More than 40 walkers from across the business - including its base in Warwick - will be scaling the peaks of Pen-yghent, Whernside and Ingleborough tomorrow in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support.
What about Ingleborough Drive in Ryton, which has carried a sign reading 'Inleborough Drive' since it was built?
The walk will follow a path to the summit of Ingleborough, one of the Yorkshire Three Peaks.
Businesses and people living near the Ingleborough Road site, in Tranmere, are being asked to display the Wilfred Owen Story's "Heroes not Houses" signs.
Whernside is one of the famous Yorkshire Quiz of the Day ANSWERS: 1 Dorset; 2 East Germany; 3 A badger; 4 Dot Cotton; 5 Fulham Palace; 6 Trotting or harness racing; 7 Miss Marple; 8 Ingleborough and Pen-y-ghent; 9 Bagel; 10 Grumpy Old Women Live.
Ingleborough, Yorkshire Dales National Park, UK The flat-topped bulk of Ingleborough, rising above the limestone pavements of the Craven Pennines, is one of the so-called Three Peaks of Yorkshire Dales National Park--the others being Whernside and Pen-y-ghent.
Forty walkers from John Cotton set out on the 25-mile long hike - taking in Whernside, Ingleborough and Pen-y-ghent - with 37 completing the trek in the 12 hours timescale they had set themselves.