Bristol Channel


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an inlet of the Atlantic Ocean between southern Wales and southwestern England

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Bristol Channel, Khalid Abdullah's Lingfield Oaks Trial winner who was then runner-up in the Galtres Stakes at York, beat Lady In Waiting in a Listed event on soft ground at Ascot 13 days ago.
There is only one sea-going paddle steamer left in the world, namely the Clyde-based Waverley whose visits to the Bristol Channel are all too brief.
The group claims the Government is ignoring the importance of the Outer Bristol Channel site as a breeding site for the marine life because of its interest in developing offshore wind farms.
It was back on track when an extra 80 people volunteered but disaster struck in June when the stone sunk after slipping off two Stone Age-style boats while being transported across the Bristol Channel.
But Bristol Channel coped admirably as she hit the front two furlongs out and was driven clear by Darryll Holland to hold the runner-up by a length and a half, with favourite Altaweelah last.
Funding requests have been made to councils on both sides of the Bristol Channel.
Mark Robins of the RSPB said: "[We welcome] this discussion document and we believe its publication marks a good starting point for a more conscious strategy for building up renewable energy outputs that build in the high nature value of the Bristol Channel and Severn estuary.
If the Third Reich had overrun the South of England, it is highly unlikely thatthey would have stopped at the Bristol Channel.
Police said his body could have been carried hundreds of miles because of the strength of tides and currents in the Bristol Channel.
Bristol Channel, lightly raced this season, has been working nicely on the Faringdon Road gallops in preparation for the Riggs Bank Harvest Stakes (5.
It was good to see and hear the recent publicity in the Echo about the paddle steamer Waverley's brief history and short season in the Bristol Channel ("Paddle steamer back for one-day voyage", June 6).
Now the lighthouse, at the entrance to the Bristol Channel, is open to the public.
Watersport crazy Thor made his 25-mile journey across the perilous Bristol Channel after getting blown off course.
Though history is with her, the Aga Khan-owned Kadaka may have her work cut out in the face of a stiff challenge from a talented field including Bristol Channel, Rambling Rose and Souffle.
We are concerned at proposals for fracking in the Vale and a further nuclear power station across the Bristol Channel.
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