Ouse

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a river in northeastern England that flows generally southeastward to join the Trent River and form the Humber

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Andy Bennison, Anglian Waterways engineer, who has managed the project said: The existing landing stages have been taken away to be refurbished and re-used elsewhere on the River Great Ouse.
Flowers left by the River Great Ouse in Bedford, close to where mother-of-three Leanne Gordon drowned
Open water swimmer Matt Clarke, 31, of Milton Keynes, Bucks, who regu-larly has a dip in the River Great Ouse "I'm not really worried, but I will be keeping an eye out for them.
An Atlas Copco compressor is at the heart of an aeration system using compressed air to agitate the water and overcome the build up of silt against the tidal doors that protect the guillotine gates of the Denver Sluice on the River Great Ouse, near Downham Market in Norfolk.
He then changed back to a sculling boat for the Great Ouse and into a coastal sculling boat to row from King's Lynn to Yarmouth.
5 square miles of land to establish new expanses of accessible riverside landscape across the flood plain of the River Great Ouse.
Elsewhere, the body of a man in his 40s was pulled out of the River Great Ouse on Tuesday, while a woman stranded in Tewkesbury lost her newborn twins at the weekend despite the best efforts of the RAF.
The deaths came after the body of a man in his 40s was pulled out of the River Great Ouse on Tuesday.
of Cambridge's research excavations in the marshland environs of Haddenham, Cambridgeshire, along the lower fenland reaches of the River Great Ouse.
His body was found in the River Great Ouse on the outskirts of the town after police were called by a member of the public.
For example, for the bridges over the Great Ouse, it is clear that at this date the pre-industrial bridge network was largely complete: the isle of Ely had been joined to the surrounding areas by the three causeways of Aldreth, Earith and Soham and many bridges up-river, including two at the minor settlements of Turvey and Harrold, had also been built.
Don Eke, 67, from Norfolk, is practising for the charity feat he hopes to carry out over the River Great Ouse in his home town in September.
Eileen McKay, 20, who was in her final year at Jordanhill College, Glasgow, died along with her boyfriend in the late-night tragedy on the River Great Ouse in Cambridgeshire on April 21.
WHERE AND WHY The rural Cambridgeshire city on the River Great Ouse is pretty as a postcard.
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