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Tartarus mullamullangensis

Tartar mullamullangensis, informally known as the Mullamullang cave spider, palm-sized, long-legged cave spider from Western Australia. Completely adapted to cave living, it is blind and lacks pigmentation, giving it a creamy white color. The cyl ...

                                               

Urocoras matesianus

                                               

Wiltona filicicola

                                               

Zodarion ohridense

                                               

Zodarion spinibarbe

                                               

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Presbyterian Church in America churches

                                               

Eastville Park

Eastville Park is an urban Park in Bristol, England. On the basis of what became the Park was purchased from Greville Smyth of Ashton court, and a wall provided with historical England. Featuring a lake and tennis courts.

                                               

Environment of Bristol

                                               

Brampton, Carlisle

Brampton is a small market town, parish and electoral ward within Carlisle district of Cumbria, England about 9 miles East of Carlisle and 2 miles South of Hadrians wall. Historically part of Cumberland, is situated at the A69 road which bypasses ...

                                               

Cleator Moor

Cleator Moor or a small town parish and two polling stations in the English County of Cumbria and within the boundaries of the historic County of Cumberland. In the cities skyline is dominated by dent fell and the town is located 190 miles 310 km ...

                                               

Eamont Bridge

Eamont bridge is a small village directly South of Penrith, Cumbria, England. The village is named after the bridge over the river Eamont and pushes the boundaries between the historic counties of Cumberland and Westmoreland. One of the houses in ...

                                               

Penrith, Cumbria

Penrith is a market town and civil parish in Cumbria, England. It is located less than 3 km from the border of the national Park lake district. Historically in Cumberland, Penriths currently the local authority Eden district Council, which is bas ...

                                               

St Bees

St bees is a seaside village, parish and an electoral ward in Copeland district, Cumbria, England, on the Irish sea. Originally in the historic County of Cumberland. In the parish of St. bees head, which is the only heritage coast between Wales a ...

                                               

Scale Force

Scale force is the highest waterfall in the English lake district. Opinions vary about how its precise height is calculated, but the total height is usually given as 170 feet. It lies on the scale stream Beck. The waterfall – or force-the Norwegi ...

                                               

History of Cumberland

                                               

Environment of Herefordshire

                                               

Sport in Herefordshire

                                               

Local government in Rutland

                                               

Sport in Rutland

                                               

Geography of Sussex

Sussex is a historic County and cultural region in South-West England corresponding roughly in area to the ancient Kingdom of Sussex. It is bounded on the North by Surrey, North-East Kent, just South of the English channel, and West by Hampshire, ...

                                               

History of local government in Sussex

History of local government in Yorkshire is unique and complex. Founded as a Kingdom in the 5th century, Sussex was annexed to the Kingdom of Wessex in the 9th century, which after further developments became the Kingdom of England. She currently ...

                                               

Buildings and structures in Sussex

                                               

Environment of Sussex

                                               

Geography of Sussex

                                               

Sport in Sussex

                                               

Appleby-in-Westmorland

Appleby-in-Westmorland is a market town and civil parish in the Eden district, in the North-West of England, administrative County of Cumbria. Its population was 3.048 in 2011. It fills the loop of the river Eden in the historical County of Westm ...

                                               

Borrowdale, Westmorland

Borrowdale is a valley in the English lake district. It is located in the old County of Westmorland, and is sometimes referred to as Westmorland Borrowdale in order to distinguish it from a more famous Borrowdale located in the traditional County ...

                                               

Burneside

Burneside is a small village in the South of the lake district in Cumbria, England. It is located to the North of Kendal and to the South-East of Staveley, on the river Kent, just upstream from the confluence of the river sprint. It has about 3.0 ...

                                               

Burneside Hall

Documentary records for Burneside hall extend to 1290, when a property owned by the site, Gilbert Burneshead, the under-Sheriff of Westmoreland. Richard Bellingham, a member of the influential family of Northumberland, married Burnesheads daughte ...

                                               

Burton-in-Kendal

Burton-In-Kendal is a village and civil parish in the extreme South of the region in Cumbria, England. It contains about 600 houses, with a population of 1.411, increasing to 1.497 in 2011 census. Historically in the County of Westmorland, the vi ...

                                               

Drumburgh Castle

A Pele tower was built on this spot, near the village of Burg, Robert Le Brun in 1307, on the site of the former tower, which was part of Hadrians wall. The construction used for laying red Sandstone from the wall for its construction. Thomas Dac ...

                                               

Great Strickland

Great Strickland is a village and civil parish in the Eden valley between the Cumbrian mountains in the West and mountains to the East. It is 5 miles South-East from Penrith, in the former County of Westmorland. Village Church of Sandstone in hon ...

                                               

Kentmere

House kentmere valley, village and civil parish in the National Park lake district, a few miles from Kendal in the South lake district in Cumbria, England. Historically in westmorland, the parish has a population of 159 as of the 2011 census.

                                               

Kirkby Lonsdale

Kirkby Lonsdale is a small town and civil parish in South Lakeland in Cumbria, England, on the river LUN. Historically in Westmorland, it is located 13 miles South-East of Kendal on the A65. The parish had a population of 1.771 according to the 2 ...

                                               

Kirkby Stephen

Kirkby Stephen is a parish and small market town in Cumbria, in the North-West of England. Historically it was part of Westmoreland. The city is located on the A685, surrounded by sparsely populated mountains, and about 25 miles from the nearest ...

                                               

Kirkby Thore

Kirkby Thor is a small village and civil parish in Cumbria, England, historically it was in the historical County of Westmoreland. It is close to the National Park lake district and the Cumbrian Pennines. The market town of Appleby-In-Westmorland ...

                                               

Milnthorpe

Milnthorpe big village and constituency in the South of the lake district in Cumbria, England. Historically a part of Westmorland, and is bounded by the A6 motorway, the town has several old coaching Inns and the owners of the market on the squar ...

                                               

Orton, Eden

Orton is a village and civil parish in Cumbria, England. It is located 15 km South of Penrith, 8 miles from Appleby-In-Westmorland and 1.5 km from the M6 motorway. It is located in the upper part of the Lune valley and is situated at the foot of ...

                                               

Oxenholme

Tickets oxenholme is a village in England, South of Kendal, with which he began to merge. He is best known for train tickets to oxenholme lake district station on the main line the West coast. Because the tickets oxenholme does not have its own C ...

                                               

Ravenstonedale

Ravenstonedale is a village and large civil parish in the County of Cumbria, on the watershed between the river Lune and the river Eden. Historically also known as "Russendale", the parish is divided into four parts: town, Newbiggin-on-LUN, Bowde ...

                                               

River Brathay

Installed river on the North-West of England. Its name comes from old Norse and means a wide river. It rises on a point 1289 feet above sea level near the three Shire stone at the highest point of Wrynose Pass in the lake district. The catchment ...

                                               

Shap

The village is situated along the A6 highway and the main line of the Western coast, and is located just off the M6 motorway. The hotel is located 10 miles 16 km from the town of Penrith and about 15 miles 24 km from Kendal. Shap is on the coast ...

                                               

Staveley, Cumbria

Staveley is a village in the South of the lake district in Cumbria, England. Historically a part of Westmorland, it is located 4 miles Northwest of Kendal where the river Kent is joined by its tributary the Gowan. It is also known as Staveley-In- ...

                                               

Troutbeck Bridge

Troutbeck bridge is a village in South Lakeland, Cumbria, England. It is located 1 mile North of lake Windermere, on the a591 road passing through the lake district and was historically in the County of Westmoreland. The main secondary school for ...

                                               

River Winster

On the river Winster is a river in the English County of Cumbria. In the Winster boundary between the ancient counties of Lancashire and Westmorland. It has a relatively small catchment area, other streams flowing parallel to it on both sides. In ...

                                               

Appleby-in-Westmorland

                                               

By-elections to the Parliament of the United Kingdom in Westmorland constituencies

                                               

History of Westmorland

                                               

Sport in Westmorland

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