Felixstowe

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Felixstowe

(ˈfiːlɪkˌstəʊ)
n
(Placename) a port and resort in E England, in Suffolk: ferry connections to Rotterdam and Zeebrugge. Pop: 29 349 (2001)
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Speaking at the ceremony, Dr Coffey said: "I am delighted to formally open this latest extension of the Port of Felixstowe.
The Port of Felixstowe is now enjoying the benefits of replacing failed traditional electro-mechanical hooters with the new Hootronic.
Brilliant Adventures has carried out major installations for museums such as the Natural History Museum in London and exhibitions for an international audience with clients including Pioneer Electronics, Greenpeace, Coca-Cola, DTI British Pavilion Seville, Port of Felixstowe Atlanta US, Discovery Channel, Madam Tussauds, Virgin Atlantic, Light Fantastic, Techniquest Cardiff, Milford Haven Science Centre and Ekamai Science Museum in Thailand among others.
He drafted in players from the Port of Felixstowe and the game was played last night.
The cannabis was seized at the port of Felixstowe, Suffolk, in September 2006.
The 37-year-old was arrested today at his home in Trimley, a small village near the port of Felixstowe, Suffolk, on suspicion of murdering all five victims.
It takes the total of murdered prostitutes to five, all found close to the A14 dual carriageway which links the Suffolk port of Felixstowe with the Midlands.
Mary Reveley has saddled the runner-up in the Port Of Felixstowe Claiming Stakes (1.
Continuing commitment to the tea trade is evidenced by the opening of a new racked tea warehouse at the company's large complex at Stanton in Suffolk, close to the principal tea port of Felixstowe.
HPUK operates the Port of Felixstowe, Thamesport (London) and Harwich International Port.
Techservices is also optimistic of winning more contractors from Hutchinson Ports, the global parent firm of Port of Felixstowe.
Gateshead-based Techservices (North East) Limited and partners Stella Maintenance Technologies have been chosen to convert 54 rubber-tyred gantry cranes at the Port of Felixstowe, from diesel power to full electrification.