Newhaven


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Newhaven

(ˈnjuːˌheɪvən)
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(Placename) a ferry port and resort on the S coast of England, in East Sussex. Pop: 12 276 (2001)
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Well, then we must make a cross-country journey to Newhaven, and so over to Dieppe.
At Canterbury, therefore, we alighted, only to find that we should have to wait an hour before we could get a train to Newhaven.
The question, now is whether we should take a premature lunch here, or run our chance of starving before we reach the buffet at Newhaven.
The Newhaven flood alleviation scheme has been developed in partnership with Lewes District Council, East Sussex County Council, the Coast to Capital Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) and South East LEP.
Huge waves hit the front in Newhaven, East Sussex, and drivers faced flooded roads in Orpington, Kent.
It also emerged that criminal networks are suspected to have started targeting quieter ports on the east and south coasts in addition to the key hotspot at Kent, as far north as Hull and Immingham and in the south from Newhaven to Portsmouth.
The remains were uncovered in January 2014 during work to extend Victoria Primary, which was built in 1845 close to the Firth of Forth in the city's Newhaven.
TRACEY SMITH, Newhaven Court, Appt 14, 10 Tulip Drive, Timperley, Cheshire, WA15 6LP
To keep an extra 1 goods vehicles and 1 trailers at the operating centre at Newhaven Business Park, Lowergate Milnsbridge, Huddersfield HD3 4HS.
Outstanding reliability and customer-focused, round-the-clock back-up from local Dealer Rossetts Commercials meant that when Brighton & Newhaven Fish Sales needed a new van, it was always going to be another Mercedes-Benz.
The driver was able to get out of the vehicle and make his way to the rocks following the incident in Roedean, near Brighton, a spokesman for the Newhaven Coastguard said.
The trio from Newhaven were questioned and all have been released on police bail until April 11.