Newhaven


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Newhaven

a ferry port and resort on the S coast of England, in East Sussex. Pop.: 12 276 (2001)
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Several important fish fossils - some more than 400 million years old - have been found at Newhaven. Charles Darwin studied geology and fossils at Newhaven when at Edinburgh University in 1825.
Since the company's strategic departure from its involvement in the Thoroughbred Racing Industry, Newhaven Hotels has experienced tremendous growth from the redevelopment of its existing assets.
Perry praised the "fantastic care" he got at Plymouth's Derriford Hospital, Brighton's Royal Sussex County and the Newhaven Rehabilitation Centre.
Councillors are due to make a decision towards the end of the year on whether to go ahead with a PS165 million extension of the route to Newhaven.
Newhaven II CLO DAC is a cash flow collateralised loan obligation (CLO).
The City of Edinburgh Council added there was significant local, national and international interest in the project to expand the citys tram system from York Place via Leith to Newhaven.
It also emerged that criminal networks are suspected to have started targeting quieter ports on the east and south coasts in addition to the key hotspot at Kent, as far north as Hull and Immingham and in the south from Newhaven to Portsmouth.
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To keep an extra 1 goods vehicles and 1 trailers at the operating centre at Newhaven Business Park, Lowergate Milnsbridge, Huddersfield HD3 4HS.
Outstanding reliability and customer-focused, round-the-clock back-up from local Dealer Rossetts Commercials meant that when Brighton & Newhaven Fish Sales needed a new van, it was always going to be another Mercedes-Benz.