By public transport There are trains from Glasgow Central to Exhibition Centre, or it’s a 2km walk between the two. The walk ends very near Maryhill station. Exit the station and turn right, then turn into the covered walkway leading to the Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre. Emerge from the walkway and pass in front of the centre, nicknamed the Armadillo. Keep ahead to reach the river Clyde. If you look upstream you’ll see the Finnieston bridge.
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Yachts have to moor out of the harbour to one side on the right. Felled trees were stacked up on the harbour wall, ready for shipping out. The shower facilities turn out to be adequate but basic and we are soon done. Campbeltown is the first place on our travels that Yvonne has felt uncomfortable walking around on her own so it was a useful staging post but nothing more. We have three days to explore this area before we collect our friend Janet from Ardrossan. We decide to go to Lochranza on the northern end of the Isle of Arran.
We depart just after For the record, a loch is open to the sea at one end; a sound is open at both ends. We are led to believe that anchoring can be charged for in a loch but not a sound — we shall see! Sailing past the Isle of Arran with spinnaker set and the sun shining.
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Frankie Cocozza Frankie Cocozza is ready to rock one lucky girl’s world! Channel 4 Not much has been seen of the one-time X Factor bad boy since he was booted off the show in Fans of the singing contest will remember Frankie for his wild rock ‘n’ roll antics, as well as his whirlwind fling with Geordie Shore’s Hollie Hagan. He also famously admitted to having the names of some of his conquests tattooed on his behind what a romantic! Having dropped out of the limelight, the Brighton lad, 24, looks to be looking to settle down following a few years of Hell-raising.
Herring. The Firth of Clyde was once the centre of a major predator and a highly valued commercial resource providing one of the major fishery resources in the North Atlantic dating activity in the Clyde and the area once had a reputation of being one of the best sea angling destinations in the UK. The Upper Clyde has experienced.
Etymology[ edit ] The origin of the name Glasgow is disputed. The settlement probably had an earlier Cumbric name, Cathures; the modern name appears for the first time in the Gaelic period , as Glasgu. It is also recorded that the King of Strathclyde , Rhydderch Hael , welcomed Saint Kentigern also known as Saint Mungo , and procured his consecration as bishop about For some thirteen years Kentigern laboured in the region, building his church at the Molendinar Burn where Glasgow Cathedral now stands, and making many converts.
A large community developed around him and became known as Glasgu often glossed as “the dear Green” or “dear green place”. History of Glasgow Origins and development[ edit ] The area around Glasgow has hosted communities for millennia, with the River Clyde providing a natural location for fishing.
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Research has demonstrated that even as little as 15 minutes spent among trees can lower cortisol levels, boost the immune system and reduce anxiety, and there are plenty of places in Britain where you can experience the healing power of trees, albeit in a less structured, more DIY style than in Japan. So here are our suggestions for where to go to experience forest bathing in the UK. Just remember to switch off your phone before you go — and leave your camera behind.
Hampshire and Norfolk Forest Holidays — the holiday arm of the Forestry Commission — has trained rangers as forest therapy guides, and from early September, guests booking cabins at its Blackwood Forest site in Hampshire and Thorpe Forest in Norfolk can take a three-hour forest bathing walk with a qualified guide booking from July
Bonnie and Clyde’s gruesome end was captured in black-and-white photos showing their bullet-riddled corpses being paraded by the police officers who killed them.
It takes two to cross Written by Irvine Marr, David Owens and Martyn Haines The Court of Appeal has today handed down its decision on appeal of the first collision case to be heard by that Court since The decision of the Admiralty Court in ‘Alexandra 1’ and ‘Ever Smart’ [ ] EWHC had caused considerable interest given its findings concerning which of two rules in the Collison Regulations Colregs , the narrow channel rule rule 9 or the crossing rule rule 15 , applied in circumstances where one vessel was exiting a narrow channel and the other vessel was navigating towards that channel in preparation for entering it.
By a unanimous decision the Court of Appeal has upheld the finding of the Admiralty Judge that the narrow channel rule applied and the crossing rule did not apply. As ‘Ever Smart’ exited the channel her Master called to increase the engines to full sea speed so that at the time of the collision, just outside the channel, she had a speed over the ground of The port bow of ‘Ever Smart’ struck the starboard bow of ‘Alexandra 1’ at an angle of about 40 degrees leading aft on ‘Ever Smart’.
Application of the Narrow Channel Rule and the Crossing Rule The parties were able to agree largely on the navigational facts, but a more substantial dispute remained regarding liability, and more particularly the relevance and applicability of the narrow channel rule and the crossing rule under rules 9 and 15 of the Colregs in this situation. Rule 9 of the Colregs, entitled Narrow Channels, provides at rule 9 a: A vessel proceeding along the course of a narrow channel or fairway shall keep as near to the outer limit of the channel or fairway which lies on her starboard side as is safe and practicable.
When two power-driven vessels are crossing so as to involve risk of collision, the vessel which has the other on her own starboard side shall keep out of the way and shall, if the circumstances of the case admit, avoid crossing ahead of the other vessel. Also, the ‘Alexandra 1’ was not on a suitably constant direction or heading to ever be on a course for rule 15 to apply.
There was no dispute that the dredged channel was a narrow channel for the purposes of rule 9 of the Colregs. The Admiralty Court The Admiralty Judge, Teare J, reviewed a number of English authorities dating back to ‘The Leverington’ in which the application of the crossing rules in the vicinity of a narrow channel had been considered and summarised matters as follows: I have therefore concluded that rule 15 of the Collision Regulations, the crossing rule, did not bind ‘Alexandra 1’ when she approached the dredged channel leading to Jebel Ali and so she was not under a duty to keep out of the way of ‘Ever Smart’.
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When we arrived, Ben Lomond had its head in the clouds. By the time we left, it was clear and beautifully lit. Shawl from China In between Christmas and New Year, we had a few nights in Aberfeldy, a small town in Perthshire, which will probably make it onto the blog — eventually. The Square, Aberfeldy Annual Review I took my annual look at my WordPress stats and discovered that, for the first time, page views are down on the previous year.
Before I started to feel too unloved, I remembered that this was probably because in I was mostly posting twice a week, whereas in I was mostly only posting once. It was a bright, still day with wonderful reflections.
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What guests loved the most: The location was also fantastic as it was nice and central. Suzanne was so lovely and helpful. Very good location and lovely apartment. Beds very comfy, living room very cosy. Also the shower is fab! Great central location and amazing view of the river. Really comfortable with everything you need. Suzanne even made sure we had bread, milk, tea, coffee and a bottle of wine. Living roorm and one bedroom with marvelous view over river Clyde. Close to the railway station, shops and restaurants.
The location was fabulous and the view of the River Clyde was lovely. The apartment was spacious and great for 2 couples or a family. Featuring river views, Clyde View is located in Glasgow, 1.
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After volunteering to be part of a cloning experiment that goes awry, Clyde must save his clones in a series of side-scrolling levels, involving mutated chickens that explode on command, action figurines, and collecting DNA to perform super attacks. Clyde can also mutate into numerous frankenstein-esque forms.
In , the Normans and their Breton allies invaded England from northern France and after its conquest , seized large parts of Wales , conquered much of Ireland and were invited to settle in Scotland , bringing to each country feudalism on the Northern French model and Norman-French culture. Following the Declaration of Arbroath , Scotland maintained its independence, albeit in near-constant conflict with England. The English monarchs, through inheritance of substantial territories in France and claims to the French crown, were also heavily involved in conflicts in France, most notably the Hundred Years War , while the Kings of Scots were in an alliance with the French during this period.
Settled in , the town is the oldest continuously-inhabited English town in the New World. Although the monarchy was restored , the Interregnum ensured along with the Glorious Revolution of and the subsequent Bill of Rights , and the Claim of Right Act that, unlike much of the rest of Europe, royal absolutism would not prevail, and a professed Catholic could never accede to the throne. The British constitution would develop on the basis of constitutional monarchy and the parliamentary system.
During this period, particularly in England, the development of naval power and the interest in voyages of discovery led to the acquisition and settlement of overseas colonies , particularly in North America.
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Clyde waterfront project takes huge leap forward Clyde waterfront project takes huge leap forward A major project to transform the Clyde waterfront, connect communities and bring thousands of jobs and investment to the regional economy has taken a significant step forward. The project will see construction of the first opening road bridge over the River Clyde, linking Renfrew and Yoker.
It has been designed by leading engineering consultancy Sweco working with Kettle Collective, the award-winning architects behind the Falkirk Wheel. The crossing will greatly improve access to employment, education, health and leisure for communities on both sides of the river and increase access for businesses to more customers and suppliers. It also includes new roads, walkways and cycle routes into a acre site next to Glasgow Airport being developed into a manufacturing district, which has already attracted two national innovation centres, the National Manufacturing Institute for Scotland and a major centre revolutionising medicines manufacturing.
Public engagement helped identify the preferred bridge location, guaranteed environmental enhancements and ensured all new roads come complete with pedestrian walkways and cycle lanes. It has already helped people across the region into jobs through a pioneering youth gateway programme, including in Renfrewshire.
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Despite high traffic numbers, the tunnel which has carried cars and pedestrians under the River Clyde since it opened in the s is not considered a trunk road, meaning the vast majority of the upkeep must be paid for by cash-strapped Glasgow City Council. But the local authority is expected to call on the Scottish Government to stump up cash for the route which they say is needed to avoid closure and disruption on the scale of the Forth Road Bridge fiasco.
Heat sensors which detect the location of a fire, the emergency escape route and the tunnel CCTV will need to be replaced in next three to 10 years.
03 Bonnie & Clyde” is a song recorded by American rapper Jay-Z featuring his then-girlfriend, It was later announced that they had been dating since recording “’03 Bonnie & Clyde”. In the United Kingdom, “’03 Bonnie & Clyde” peaked at number two on the UK Singles Chart.
Police paid out cash reward for information leading to capture of Raoul Moat 05 Aug The charred skeletal remains of Linda and Gary Haas — both 61 and from Tecumseh, Oklahoma — were found in their burnt-out caravan on Wednesday morning on a remote ranch in Santa Rosa. Their pickup truck was later found in Albuquerque — miles away from the scene. The search, which began in Arizona and has continued over the last 11 days across New Mexico, Texas, Colorado and Wyoming, is now focused on Montana.
The convicted killer, who was carrying a pistol, posed as a hitchhiker when he arrived in the sleepy town and attended a church service, enthusiastically singing along to the hymn Your Grace is Enough. Officers rushed to the town and arrested Province after a woman who had chatted to him on the church steps later recognised him as one of the fugitives named in a television report. McCluskey, who is serving a year prison term for attempted second degree murder, and Welch are still on the run.
It is thought that they travelled with Province to Flagstaff before moving on to Jake’s Corner, outside Payson, where McCluskey’s mother Claudia Washburn — Welch’s aunt — runs a service station. They then drove to Mesa for a short stay before heading to Amarillo, Texas, then back northwest through New Mexico, where police found the bodies of Mr and Mrs Haas. By the middle of last week, McCluskey, Province and Welch were in Yellowstone National Park, where the three split up, according to investigators.
The couple are now thought to be in Montana.