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  • Outwoods, East Staffordshire — Outwoods is a civil parish in the English county of Staffordshire. Once a village it is now a suburb on the flanks of the town of Burton upon Trent separated from the town by the A38 road. Geography Outwoods is located roughly north west of… …   Wikipedia

  • Outwoods, Leicestershire — The Outwoods in spring The Outwoods is a 40 hectare ancient wood and visitor attraction overlooking Loughborough and the Soar Valley in Leicestershire. It has rare rock outcrops, many species of woodland plants and substantial wildlife, and… …   Wikipedia

  • Outwoods, Stafford — For the suburb of Burton upon Trent, see Outwoods, East Staffordshire. Outwoods is a hamlet in the English county of Staffordshire. Outwoods is located in the extreme west of the county near to the town of Newport, Shropshire. It forms part of… …   Wikipedia

  • Charnwood Forest — The summit of Beacon Hill …   Wikipedia

  • Rawlins Community College — Infobox UK school name = Rawlins Community College size = latitude = 52.74508 longitude = 1.17121 dms = dms motto = motto pl = established = approx = closed = c approx = type = religion = Church of England president = head label = Principal head …   Wikipedia

  • William Harold Coltman — Infobox Military Person name= William Harold Coltman caption= born= November 17, 1891 died= June 29, 1974 placeofbirth= Tatenhill Common, Burton upon Trent placeofdeath= Outwoods Hospital, Burton placeofburial= placeofburial label= nickname=… …   Wikipedia

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  • Newport, Shropshire — This article is about Newport in Shropshire. For other uses, see Newport (disambiguation). Coordinates: 52°46′09″N 2°22′43″W / 52.7691°N 2.3787°W …   Wikipedia

  • Gustav Hamel — (June 25, 1889 missing May 23, 1914) was a pioneer British aviator.Hamel was prominent in the early history of aviation in Britain, and in particular that of Hendon airfield, where Claude Graham White was energetically developing and promoting… …   Wikipedia

  • Beacon Hill, Leicestershire — Infobox Mountain Name = Beacon Hill Photo = 106898558WOUoPR ph.jpg Caption = Elevation = 248 m (815 ft) Location = Charnwood Forest, England Range = Prominence = c. 57 m Coordinates = Topographic OS Landranger 129 Type = Age = First ascent =… …   Wikipedia

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