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Anglian Water is looking for three talented young presenters to act as co-hosts for Business in the Community’s annual Responsible Business Awards on July 3.A court battle was signalled after the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Fire Authority agreed to challenge the Home Office decision to allow police and crime commissioner Jason Ablewhite to seize control.tab=album&album_id=1600659460010251 This schematic of Cambridge Round Church in Cambridge, England, show an identical layout the Newport Tower likely had when first constructed in the early 1400's, minus the north and south aisles.Image can be found at the following link: Round Church was built by the Knights Templar, circa 1130, and exhibits the exact same design and architecture as the Newport Tower.1752 was the first year in England to officially begin on 1 January.Until the Calendar Act of 1752, the year in England began officially on 25 March (Lady Day), and not 1 January (even though this was when New Year’s Day was celebrated).Thus the year number did not change until 25 March, so taking 1558 as an example, the dates ran as follows: So if you see a document dated any time between January and 24 March before 1752, be aware that in modern terms, you need to add a year.
The image of the test pit dug during the salvage archaeological dig conducted by Chronognostic Research Foundation shows a soil horizon profile within excavation unit located to the east of the tower.
The man-made glacial stone layer was identified as a portion of a potential structure foundation: "Under these dumped layers is a layer of native stones.
The stones tell us that there may have been a structure east of the tower.
This 1939 aerial photograph of Touro Park shows the clearly visible, round nave of the Newport Tower, and what appears to be the rectangular shape of a chancel running east-west on the east side.
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