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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 statement said: "Andrew Rogers, a maths and physics teacher at the Weald of Kent Grammar School for Girls, Tonbridge, appeared before Maidstone Magistrates on April 29 charged with a series of robberies.
UK Oil and Gas Investments now holds a 32.435% beneficial interest in the onshore Weald Basin licences PEDL137 and PEDL246.
"We believe we can recover between 5% and 15% of the oil in the ground, which by 2030 could mean that we produce 10% to 30% of the UK's oil demand from within the Weald area."
The plane had taken off from North Weald airfield in Essex earlier yesterday.
He had previously pleaded guilty to eight similar robberies, which included bookmakers in Cambridge, Spalding, Hatfield, Harrow Weald, Isleworth and Feltham.
In a statement yesterday, Maidstone Weald Primary Care Trust said: "Following careful consideration of Mr Weaver's individual clinical needs and taking into account the clinical advice of his consultants, we have agreed to fund the drug Herceptin for Mr Weaver's treatment.
Miss Widdecombe, MP for Maidstone & The Weald since 1987, has returned to the backbenches after retiring from the Shadow Cabinet.
The Weald and Downland Museum of historic buildings at Sussex, England with Edward Cullinan Architects, will start construction next year.
The Weald and Downland Open Air Museum is well worth a visit, as are the fine country houses and superb gardens which dot the landscape.
The single-engine AT3 clipped the back of a Volvo X60 as the man struggled to land at North Weald Airfield.