River Aire


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Noun1.River Aire - a river in northern England that flows southeast through West YorkshireRiver Aire - a river in northern England that flows southeast through West Yorkshire
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The tea room is located within the Queen's Mill flour mill situated alongside the river aire in Castleford.
On completion this scheme will provide the city centre, over 3,000 homes and 500 businesses with protection against a one in 75 year flood event from the River Aire and Hol Beck.
And two others date back to the 70s when male bodies was found in the River Aire, one in Leeds in 1974 and one in Knottingley in 1978.
The site beside the River Aire is operated by the energy giant SSE, and it has run three power stations since 1924.
All workers inside the plant, which is run by energy giant SSE and stands next to the River Aire in West Yorkshire, were quickly evacuated and no one was injured in the blaze.
A slip-road from the M62 motorway had to be closed as dense smoke blew across the carriageways from the site on the banks of the River Aire.
Fragments of Suzanne and Shelley's bodies are found in the nearby River Aire.
The Yorkshire-born actor, who plays farmer John Barton in the soap, also suffered a damaged eye after being dragged against branches jutting from the bank of the River Aire in Leeds.
The remains of Ms Blamires were found in the River Aire in Shipley, while body tissue belonging to Ms Armitage was also found in the river.
Fraser, 54, was found dead in the River Aire in Leeds eight days after uncharacteristically failing to fulfil his commentary duties at Hexham on June 5.
Body parts belonging to Ms Blamires were found in the River Aire in Shipley on May 25 and tests confirmed a small piece of human tissue later found in the water belonged to Ms Armitage.
Speaking at the funeral service for Suzanne Blaimires, whose remains were found in the River Aire in Shipley, West Yorkshire, on May 25, her mother, Nicky, read a poem to the gathered mourners.