Naseby


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Synonyms for Naseby

a village in western Northamptonshire

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a battle in 1645 that settled the outcome of the first English Civil War as the Parliamentarians won a major victory over the Royalists

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SUNDAY Naseby Crossing, Jess Morgan, Roz Bruce, Ella Kenrick, Joe Karchud, Iona Thomas: Folk on the Water, The Bridge, Napton, 01926 812466, 7.30pm Sly Old Dogs: Denbigh Arms, Monks Kirby, near Rugby, 8.30pm, free, 01788 832303.
Making a rare road race appearance, MI Racing's Avril Swan finished second in the round of the national women's team series over an 84-km course at Naseby, missing out to Melissa Mather (Team Luciano) in a close fourrider sprint.
Warwickshire housebuilder, Parker-Lake Homes has taken the wraps off its biggest and priciest design at Naseby in Northamptonshire, the pounds 1.2 million Regency House.
The crash happened at 12.45pm at the junction of Naseby Road.
The Grange takes a prominent position opposite the village church in this admired corner of North Northamptonshire, eight miles south west of Market Harborough, close to historic Naseby and Brixworth.
A new innovative talking litter bin scheme has been launched at Park View Business and Enterprise School on Naseby Road in Saltley.
James Webster of Kenilworth Wheelers finished fifth in the 52-mile Duncan Murray Wines road race at Naseby, sprinting for third place 1-16 behind winner Martin Webster (Web-sterscycles.co.uk).
Also on This Day: 1645: Charles I's troops defeated by Cromwell's army at the Battle of Naseby; 1839: The Henley Regatta was held for the first time; 1927: Death of Jerome Klapka Jerome; 1928: Birth of legendary Cuban revolutionary Che Guevara and death of women's rights champion Emmeline Pankhurst; 1936: Death of Russian author Maxim Gorky; 1940: The German army entered and occupied Paris; 1952: The world's first nuclear-powered submarine USS Nautilus was launched; 1982: A ceasefire was agreed in the Falklands.
Muslims from Naseby Centre are inviting members of the public to learn more about the law on Sunday and give their views.
Timothy West in a towering performance is Sir Edgar Naseby, a leading academician.
The meeting, which is open to everybody, will take place at Park View Community Leisure, Naseby Road, from 7pm tomorrow.
An army bomb disposal team was called to a property in Naseby Road, Rugby, at 6pm on Tuesday.
A dining room in one of the cottage-style, thatched homes by Parker-Lake at Knight's Hill, Naseby, now sold.
1645, Thomas Lend Us A Quid MacSteggles was forced to fight for the King at the battle of Naseby.
Meanwhile Conservative peer Lord Naseby accused the BBC of "victimising" 5.5 million pensioners who stand to lose the concession.