It was then that the distant towers of York, and the bloody streams of the Derwent
,* beheld that direful
nigh to Mackworth, over beyond the Derwent
River, nigh to Derby Town.
He spent long days playing about in garden and orchard, or on the banks of the Derwent
, with his friends and brothers and his sister Dorothy.
The bay should rather be called an estuary, for it receives at its head the waters of the Derwent
5 fleet races were won by members of Kielder and Derwent
and Kielder sailed away with the Team Award for the most cumulative points gained.
Contract award: Derwent
Housing Association Limited trading as Derwent
Living Internal Stock Investment, Windows Doors and Glazing, Cyclical Redecoration Pre-decoration repairs Minor roof repairs and small works, Electrical works, Security installations, Fire safety installations, Passenger lifts and disability lifts and communal cleaning works.
Valley, which stretches from Northumberland in the west to Consett in County Durham and passes through Gateshead on its route to the Tyne, pioneered iron and steelmaking.
is offering a number of "sweeteners" for their part of the deal.
Ormesby are currently equal top of the division with the Yorkshire club Derwent
with Drumchapel Glasgow in third place.
The opening race of the 2009 United Financial Services Sailing South Regatta will be sailed in conjunction with the Wrest Point King of the Derwent
Race, with the four-day Regatta running from Friday, 2 January through to Monday, 5 January.
Information, the world's leading patent information provider, is holding a series of free seminars in the United States, in conjunction with STN, the leading online information service.
London property group Derwent
Valley Holdings has made its first foray into the Midlands - paying pounds 8.