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South Hams

and within the South Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). The path passes through the Prawle Point and Start Point Site of Special Scientific Interest which is recognised as being an important site for solitary bees and wasps, the rare cuckoo bee ''Nomada sexfasciata'', and the Cirl bunting. '''Ashprington''' is a village and civil parish in the South Hams district of Devon, England. According to the 2001 census the parish had a population of 428. The village is not far from the River Dart, and is about three miles south of Totnes. thumb Berry Court - Berry Pomeroy. (Image:Berry Court - Berry Pomeroy - geograph.org.uk - 35779.jpg) '''Berry Pomeroy''' is a village and civil parish in the South Hams district of Devon, England, about two miles east of Totnes. According to the 2001 census it had a population of 973. Berry Pomeroy is part of the Totnes constituency, although it is in fact larger than the neighbouring town (in terms of the geographic size of the parish, not comparative population). thumb 300px right The Royal Oak Inn (File:The Royal Oak Inn, Bigbury.jpg) '''Bigbury''' is a village and civil parish in the South Hams district of Devon, England. According to the 2001 census it had a population of 582. thumb Normandy Arms - Blackawton. (Image:Normandy Arms - Blackawton - geograph.org.uk - 24238.jpg) '''Blackawton''' is a village and civil parish in the South Hams district of Devon, England. According to the 2001 census it had a population of 647. The village is about six miles west of Dartmouth (Dartmouth, Devon). '''Kingswear''' is a village and civil parish in the South Hams area of the English (England) county of Devon. The village is located on the east bank of the tidal River Dart, close to the river's mouth and opposite the small town of Dartmouth (Dartmouth, Devon). It lies within the South Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and has a population of 1,332. Office for National Statistics : ''Census 2001 : Parish Headcounts : South Hams'' Retrieved 27 January 2010 thumb Buckland-Tout-Saints Hotel. (Image:Buckland-Tout-Saints Hotel - geograph.org.uk - 910605.jpg) '''Buckland-Tout-Saints''' is a village and civil parish in the South Hams district of Devon, England. According to the 2001 census it had a population of 178. The '''''Totnes Times''''' is a local newspaper serving the town of Totnes and the surrounding South Hams area in Devon. It is owned by Tindle Newspapers. Published weekly, it appears on Wednesdays.It is known for its general right-wing leaning views.


Regional Municipality of Halton

It is categorized as a regional environmentally sensitive area, an Ontario area of natural scientific interest (Area of Natural and Scientific Interest), and part of the Niagara escarpment ''world biosphere reserve (Man and the Biosphere Programme)''. The conservation area contains Crawford Lake (Crawford Lake (Halton Region, Ontario)), a meromictic lake, which makes the lake a prime site for archeological and geochemical studies. The site was first discovered in 1971 after a study of the sediment of Crawford Lake. Using pollen analysis, reconstruction of the history of the area over several hundred years was possible. thumb left An abandoned section of highway lies in the bush next to the current route, north of Greensville, Ontario Greensville (File:Old alignment of Highway 5.png) Highway 5 serves as a short connector between Highway 8 in the west and Highway 6 in the east, essentially a continuation of Highway 8. This configuration comes as a result of the truncation of both highways. The removed sections were transferred to the jurisdiction of the City of Toronto, the City of Mississauga, the Regional Municipality of Halton, the City of Hamilton, the County of Brant, and Oxford County (Oxford County, Ontario) on January 1, 1998. Prior to that, Highway 5 followed a large portion of the ''Governors Road'' between Toronto and Paris.


King, Ontario

* Construction and Manufacturing: 24% * Business services: 23% * Wholesale and Retail Trade: 17% * Health and Education: 12% * Finance and Real Estate: 8% The median income for two-parent families is $90,364. For single-parent families, the median income is $43,673. The average value of a dwelling in King in 2006 was $386,416. Religion The township's residents have the following religious affiliation: *39.8% Protestant *38.3% Roman Catholic *17.1% atheist, agnostic or other non-theism *2.9% other Christian *0.1% Jewish *1.8% other religion Language


Milton, Ontario

as a regional environmentally sensitive area, an Ontario area of natural scientific interest (Area of Natural and Scientific Interest), and part of the Niagara escarpment ''world biosphere reserve (Man and the Biosphere Programme)''. The conservation area contains Crawford Lake (Crawford Lake (Halton Region, Ontario)), a meromictic lake, which makes the lake a prime site for archeological and geochemical studies. The site was first discovered in 1971 after a study of the sediment of Crawford Lake. Using pollen analysis, reconstruction of the history of the area over several hundred years was possible. The '''Country Heritage Park''' (Formerly the '''Ontario Agricultural Museum''') is located next to Highway 401 (Highway 401 (Ontario)) and the Niagara Escarpment in Milton (Milton, Ontario), Ontario, Canada, and recreates rural life in the 19th century in Ontario. During the day it also acts as a private school and office, and hosts parties at night. - Milton (AFI) Heliport (List of heliports in Canada#154) CMH2 Milton (Milton, Ontario), Ontario - - Milton (District Hospital) Heliport (Milton District Hospital) CPY2 Milton (Milton, Ontario), Ontario - __NOEDITSECTION__ This is page shows results of Canadian federal elections in Midwestern Ontario, which is roughly from Woodstock (Woodstock, Ontario) to Milton (Milton, Ontario), and from Lake Erie to Goderich (Goderich, Ontario). - Milton (AFI) CMH2 Private AFI Group International Inc. Milton (Milton, Ontario) ON (Ontario) '''Hitherfield School''' is a Canadian (Canada) private co-educational school located in the village of Campbellville, Ontario, just north of Milton (Milton, Ontario). The school teaches from Junior Kindergarten (Pre-Kindergarten) to grade eight. The school is a member of the Ontario Federation of Independent Schools (OFIS).


Thurrock

% of the borough. There are There are seven conservation areas, 19 scheduled ancient monuments, including the dovecote at High House Purfleet, and 239 listed buildings. The borough contains ten sites of special scientific interest (Sites of Special Scientific Interest): *Globe Pit, Grays


Simcoe County

at the University of Toronto and the Canadian Bank of Commerce (now Commerce Court North) on King Street West in Toronto. In 1913-14, Walker built "Innisfree Farm" to further his interest in livestock husbandry. Innisfree was left in trust to his descendants as a private land trust. Managed today with the assistance of the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources (Ministry of Natural Resources (Ontario)), Innisfree is designated an Area of Natural and Scientific Interest for its prairie


History of the National Park Service

600 ft m abbr on vertical climb The Antiquities Act of 1906 was designed to protect antiquities and objects of scientific interest on the public domain. It authorized the President (President of the United States), "to declare by public proclamation historic landmarks, historic and prehistoric structures, and other objects of historic or scientific interest" that existed on public lands in the United States. The Act declared these sites to be National Monuments. It prohibited the excavation or removal of objects on Federal land unless the a permit had been issued by the appropriate department. Between 1906 and 1933 three Federal agencies, the Departments of Interior (United States Department of the Interior), Agriculture (United States Department of Agriculture) and War (United States Department of Defense), initiated and administered separate groups of National Monument (National Monument (United States))s. President Theodore Roosevelt signed the Antiquities Act on June 8, 1906. As early as 1889 Congress authorized the President to reserve the land on which the well known Casa Grande Ruin (Casa Grande Ruins National Monument) was located. In 1904, Dr. Edgar Lee Hewett made a review of all the Indian ruins on Federal lands in Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, and Utah. He recommended many sites for protection. Based on Hewett’s report and many individual request and reports from throughout the west, between 1906 and 1916 the Interior Department recommended and Presidents Roosevelt , William Howard Taft, and Woodrow Wilson proclaimed twenty National Monuments On September 24, 1906 President Theodore Roosevelt proclaimed Devils Tower (Devils Tower National Monument) as the first National Monument. Devils Tower is a Wyoming landmark, a (Category:United States National Park Service) National Park Service (Category:History of organizations) National Park Service (Category:History of the United States)


Sedgemoor

as a Biological Site of Special Scientific Interest (Site of Special Scientific Interest). Many of the villages on the Quantocks have their own parish councils (Parish councils in England), which have some responsibility for local issues. They also elect councillors


Brighton and Hove

Statistics for urban areas date 7 February 2005 work United Kingdom Census 2001 publisher Office for National Statistics accessdate 24 November 2009 The borough of Worthing is bordered by the West Sussex local authority districts (local authority) of Arun in the north and west, and Adur (Adur (district)) in the east. The town is dominated by the Downs to the north: Cissbury Ring, a Site of Special Scientific Interest, rises to '''Churchill Square''' is the major city-centre shopping centre, NCP and central bus station in the city of Brighton and Hove, United Kingdom. It was originally built in the then-town of Brighton during the 1960s, obscuring several streets. That original centre included high-rise office blocks, and had various shops and a supermarket with open but covered walkways between them. It was completely rebuilt as an indoor mall in 1998, involving further changes (and road closures) in the underlying street layout. South East England Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, East Kent, East Surrey, East Sussex & Brighton and Hove, Isle of Wight & Portsmouth & South East Hampshire, North & Mid Hampshire, Oxfordshire, Southampton & South West Hampshire, West Kent, West Surrey, West Sussex -


Taunton Deane

north west of Taunton in the Taunton Deane district. The village has a population of 131. Somerset County Council,


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