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Weald

the. a region of SE England, in Kent, Surrey, and East and West Sussex between the North Downs and the South Downs: formerly forested
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The horse, called Charter, was part of an awareness campaign for Hospice in the Weald and appeared in the Pantiles in Tunbridge Wells during the summer.
PEDL143 is located in an area of the Weald Basin where 30 million barrels have been produced to date from 14 oil and gas fields.
A government-commissioned report said last year the Weald Basin also holds 8.
It was nominated with charity retail client Hospice in the Weald, which has more than 20 stores.
Mr Fallon told a private meeting that while much discussion of potential sites for fracking has focused on the North West, there were also deposits in The Weald in the South East of England.
anked by arcaded wings, the former Almhouse (built in the 1720s) at Preston upon the Weald, Telford, has understandably been hailed as one of Shropshire's most beautiful country houses.
At the end of March, a group of riders helped to trial three bikes kindly loaned by Brompton by cycling an 18-mile route in the Kent hills in an event organised by the Hospice in the Weald.
I recently went to the Weald Heritage Museum in Sussex, which is similar to St Fagans but smaller and nowhere near as good.
Farm buildings of the Weald, 1450-1750; a wood/pasture region in south-east England once dominated by small family farms.
Any visitor walking from the exposed open countryside of the North or South Downs into the Weald is immediately confronted with patches--known locally as shaws--of mixed woodland, which are considered to be a key component of the AONB's character.
Former prisons minister Ann Widdecombe will not seek re-election in the Kent seat of Maidstone and the Weald.