We met our friends at the ford across a tributary of Marrs Beck by the Hovingham Bakery at Leaving Cawton along the route of the Ebor Way. York's two-day June meeting gets underway on Friday afternoon. Among the riders is Jo Ford, 45, a housewife from Bedale in North Yorkshire. Since , a Listed race has featured on the Saturday racing programme extensive refurbishment of the eating area on the ground floor of the Ebor Stand. A trip to York for the Coolmore Nunthorpe Stakes on August 19 could be on the agenda for The Tin Man following his excellent return to form at Newbury on.
I remember Sol Lewitt s sentences on conceptual art that may take a different meaning here: Ideas can be works of art. If words are used, and they proceed from ideas about art, then they are art and not literature; numbers are not mathematics. All ideas are art if they are concerned with art and fall within the conventions of art. We detach fragments from their background and rediscover new possible promises that they could give us.
An ironic post digital culture will investigate the depth of this present civilization of the plethora. The keg apartment is proposed as a program. One can also recognize different strata of architectural solutions in this work. They are grouped here in two versions. The keg wagons can be detached from their cars and can form more stable units for a certain period.
A big circular window can be introduced in the vehicle s cylinder towards the car s side with the use of an enforced circular frame. This will give the form of a window open to the driver s section or to any chosen view if the keg stops in a particular way. The circular window can also serve as a projection screen surface if a special tissue is unfolded. Aristide Antonas is an architect and a writer living in Athens. Antonas Office has constructed vacation houses and interiors in Greece and functions also as a research studio.
Benaki Athens, Greece tel. The new models are currently all elevating roof models, the company feels this is where the major part of the market exists right now.Tatton Park classic car show June 2016
The models are aimed to appeal to all age groups and have been developed for those looking for the versatility of car like, duel purpose vehicle. The models range consist of three short wheel based models, Kamper, Komet and Karisma, plus a long wheel base model the Karisma XL. The models look extremely stylish and the super low line elevating roofs match the compact, sleek lines of the VW perfectly. The Company explained that they identified a gap in the market.
These high prices have seriously limited sales for Motorhome Dealers. We decided the route forward would be to develop our own range and it became clear we could show significant savings. This is partly due to the conversions being based on pre owned vans although the company was quick to point out it builds new models too.
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The company also sources base vehicles and components in volume passing the saving on to the consumer. Models can be viewed on the company websites www. T or The website receives over 1 million visitors annually and is one of the main sources of information on Swift Group products and news.
The particulars provided include the dealerships details, when and where the event is being held, a description of what customers can expect to find at the eventa link to more information on the dealers website and contact details should customers wish to speak to the dealer direct. Members of the public had the chance to meet Sir Ian and skate for a very worthy cause. Yes they are all well meaning wood lovers who are doing their best and really enjoying their little piece of paradise, but is this in the best interests of the whole wood and all of our interests for woods nationally?
John Tunnicliffe has given this a lot of thought and developed a way sharing his joy and passion as a woodland owner whilst retaining a clear management plan for a whole wood. We do this by acquiring small-medium woodlands that are usually uneconomical for commercial forestry purposes. We then create a long term improvement plan for the woods by embracing good forestry practice and using the United Kingdom woodland assurance scheme UKWAS as a model.
We offer unfenced plots, with good track access and security gates, within each of the woods for sale under a strict covenant for the protection of the woodland habitat and its owners. By buying a wood from us you will become a member of the Woodland Bond and can use and enjoy your woodland investment whilst Woodland Bond Ltd continues to oversee the professional management of the whole wood for your peace of mind.
I have reviewed these and have not found them to be too onerous and generally just common sense often just repeating national law such as: On the positive side you are encouraged to develop and improve your woodland in harmony with the Woodland Bond longterm management plan, collect fruit and firewood and cook on an open fire.
Afon Wen covers some 48 acres with many diverse parts to it. Tracks have been reinstated and gates, water and waste disposal have all been laid on for prospective buyers to visit by arrangement. There are currently 9 plots available from. This is about average for the size of plots and it does include some infrastructure and a full woodland management plan which will be effected over the coming years.
The management plan is a hefty 50 page report in the name of Forestry Commission Wales, It appears to be highly professional and gives a clear direction for this wood for the next phase in its life. The Way Forward So is this the way forward for small woodland ownership and management for those with little time or shallow pockets? It will be interesting to see how this develops over the coming year or so and I will be keeping a very personal eye on it to see if the right plot comes up for me.
For further detail www. The Manchester office of Sanderson Weatherall staged a retail sale and online auction of a fleet of approximately 60 new and pre-owned caravan and motor homes and a large amount of camping and caravanning accessories, fixtures and fittings and plant and machinery.
The online auction hosted by Bidspotter. At the end of the retail sale and online auction all of the lots had been successfully sold to more than buyers. Roy Tubman, partner, machinery and business assets at the Manchester office of Sanderson Weatherall, said: We love meeting new people and it makes us happy to see people enjoying the countryside. Sponsored by Calor, the Best Certificated Site Award has proven popular with members eager to gain recognition for their favourite sites.
After seven very successful years, the award is being revamped to allow more sites the opportunity to shine. FromClub members will be able to nominate their favourite site in one of four categories: An overall winner will be selected from the category winners and named CS of the Year. For more information about the CS of the Year competition, please visit csoftheyear. To book a pitch at Brook House Farm, please call the site on For general information about Certificated Sites, please visit cersites.
The Camping and Caravanning Club is years-old and is the largest and oldest Club in the world for all forms of camping. It has award-winning sites throughout the UK and, through a partnership with the Forestry Commission, now runs and manages a further 20 Camping in the Forest Touring Sites.
The site was nominated by members of The Camping and Caravanning Club in after first winning the accolade in Sanderson Weatherall sells fleet of caravans, motorhomes and camping retail stock and accessories following Discover Leisure PLC and signlease limited entering administration mhm Visit Motorhome Monthly at: The move includes new offices, showroom, and 6, square feet of warehouse giving the company further scope for future expansion.
Judges were also impressed, naming the New R20, so far only seen in prototype high roof form at the October NEC show, as runner-up in the compact coachbuilt category.
Models from the Swift, Autocruise, Escape, and Romahome ranges will be on display. The dealership also offers motorhome hire, habitation, and mechanical services and free accessory fitting in addition to building bespoke camper van conversions. Dealer so impressed he asked to sell the product mhm All the benefits of a walking boot but with the comfort of fluffy slippers.
Just fill in all the details on this form and return to the address at the bottom. Dealer name and branch. First name drawn will be deemed the winner. Technical information is exchanged along with help on finding replacement parts for Holdsworth vans while the regular newsletter is another valued asset for Club members. Ron and June Newton were the last joint Chairmen and before that saw Iain Mackinnon in the role for a number of years — now he runs the Club Blog holdsworthownersclub.
Other senior officials for the Club include John and Judith Handbury who organise weekend meetings ably assisted by Steve Broome while Richard Holdsworth is Honorary President of the Club that represents the vans built by his company over a three decade period until Some of the planned Club meetings for this year: There are buses from the site into Devizes and Bath for daytime trips.
A jolly good evening is promised! May 11 — Hardwick Road, Eynesbury, St Neots. There is plenty to do in the surrounding area including visits to Cambridge, Duxford the old WWll airfield and Grafton Water. June 17 — Members going on this delightful trip can book directly with the site - — or Red Funnel for the special five night offer. July 13 — The date is relatively close to the Isle of Wight holiday and we cannot make it later as it will conflict with the Olympic games and then school holidays.
Contact John and Judith Handbury.
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September 14 — The site has full facilities. More dates and venues to be announced later. Or Richard Holdsworth, Honorary President, rmholdsworth aol.
Today its owned by three main directors, and after substansial investment the safe keeping hands of Patrick Hurst Managing DirectorWesley Hanson Finance Director and Stanley McFarland Engineering Director have driven it forward, with further plans for the future.
On our guided tour of the entire manufacturing plant in Old Belfast Road, Bangor we saw close up the fruit of such investment and innovation. Ten substansial custom made injection-moulding machines, that work twentyfour seven to keep up with demand, are part of this drive for perfection in their sector of the leisure marketplace.
Being in full control of their own mouldings mean they can modify if and when required, even produce complicated mouldings in different colours. The extremely detailed dies required for moulds are locally manufactured All electrical wiring required for their products are also produced in-house, using the latest automatic crimping machines for terminals.
Throughout the manufacturing process quality control stations monitor production, some utilising special jigs. I mentioned Munster Simms earlier; at one time they had hundreds of petrol stations in Ireland, selling their own petroleum products along with lubricating oils right down to bicycles. Along the way they produced bilge pumps in brass for boats and yachts - a product that they proudly claim to be able to service today. And of course they carry spares for all their current and past products.
Concentrating solely now on boat, and the larger caravan and motorhome market they are continually introducing more products. The current range includes taps, both mono and dual; they continue to be market leaders in water pumps, external, inline, manual or submersible and piping required.
This unit can be set to consume W or W from V mains supply, combined with gas the heat up time of the thirteen-litre capacity is greatly reduced. A simple remote control panel is used to operate showing status at all times.
To complement the water heater a dual power space heater has also been added to the range following Whales acquisition of Propex, the unit providing 2kW of heat from either power source.
These units can be underfloor mounted if required. With more innovative products to come, some of which we saw in the design stage as Whale strive to provide a complete equipment supply to manufacturers and service to customers alike.
Pumps and connections on long term pressure test test Underfloor heater undergoing road spray test Multiple pumps and heaters on test Self-priming hand pump in manufacture Many operations are a hand process involved mhm H owever, tourists in France are often surprised by the tacky town entrances littered with fast food chains and cheap asian import goods stores.
How did this happen? The French have themselves to blame - a market was there for the taking and it was a walkover! Couple these drawbacks to the fact that restaurant opening times were the same as the old British pub licensing hours it can be understood that the country was ripe for a fast food takeover!
But you let them in! Over the past 20 years, mayors have created multiple roundabouts to slow down the traffic and to provide prime shopping territories surrounding a big draw hypermarket on their offshoots. The result of this introduction of american marketing techniques has led to an economical anarchy, exempt from planning control, squatting the town outskirts.
In their defence, the mayors point to the fact that the historical town centres have remained largely untouched by garish downmarket development. But sadly, this has led to a situation where every immaculately preserved medium sized French town is now surrounded by the worst type of american, mall style architecture and France, the last bastion against fast food has, from north to south, become burger mad!
Against the hoardings, signs and bad design The tide is slowly turning: In fact, towns under 10 population are quite well protected by a national law that restricts billboards fixed to the ground for example. As for the fast food outlets: Its mayor Paul Quiles was once the French minister of defence which is appropriate as the town was never laid to siege and only once ransacked since being founded in the 13th century.
Presumably, with him in charge the town will stay untaken! A Strong pair of legs required The ransacking must have been pretty tame, without much use of canon, because examples of 13th and 14th century gothic architecture abound.
High up on the hill on which the town is built, in the centre, several of the most imposing buildings are decorated with gargoyles perched on the ornate stone ledges that surround the stained glassed windows. A strong pair of legs are required to reach this central square protected by a triple line of defensive walls. It was the jewel in the crown of Cordes sur Ciel. Amongst the prestigous visitors over the years were several French presidents and our own Queen Elizabeth.
Sixty euros for a midday menu, highly affordable to expresidents, reigning queens, successfull businessmen, pop stars and bankers but on the steep side for everyone else.
The restaurant ran into troubled waters last year. Nothing as serious as the two deaths in early from food poisoning among French fast food clients but enough to cause a big stir. The most notable of the Gothic houses are. Frightened women protecting their children and grimacing goblins complete the scene.
An excellent example of how Renaissance-style architecture took over from the Gothic styles. This house was built during a period of prosperity following the Hundred Years War. It has an interesting website in French www.
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As soon as you get hold of this drill you can feel it oozes quality. We followed the old railway bed for about 1. Path along the bed of the disused Malton to Thirsk railway Queuing to cross the footbridge to Carr Lane Crossing the little wooden footbridge over a tributary of Holbeck on to Carr Lane Following Carr Lane towards Cawton village Following Carr Lane towards Cawton village There was a large stone stand on the grass verge here that was originally used for the farmer to place his milk churns full of fresh milk ready for collection to go to the dairy.
We stopped here for a hot drink on this rather chilly day. After almost m the road turned sharp left and we continued along the road for another m to a right hand bend at the edge of Cawton village. Following Carr Lane towards Cawton village Following Carr Lane towards Cawton village Stopping for a hot drink on the old churn stand at the edge of Cawton village Leaving Cawton along the route of the Ebor Way Looking back along the Ebor Way to Cawton village Hovingham Spa is a group of three spring with differing mineral contents used by the Romans as a spa and later, with the coming of the railway, the Victorians tried to market it as a spa.
The railway station at Hovingham was called Hovingham Spa, but the spa project did not succeed. After our break we set off eastwards along the route of the Ebor Way following a farm access track between the fields. After about 1km along this track, still following the Ebor Way, we came to Hovingham Spa. We continued following the route of the Ebor Way along the farm access tracks for another 1.
Here we had joined our outward route from Hovingham at map ref. From there we retraced our steps back to Brookside and the ford next to the bakery and the end of our walk. Ebor Way heading to Hovingham from Hovingham Spa Start of the houses at the edge of Hovingham Walking along Brookside near the end of our walk Quick boot rinse in the ford at the end of our walk.