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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On the whole, a good day's work, he decided, and he had been warmly thanked over the wires by a Brigadier-General at Harwich for his arrest and exposure of a man who had in his possession a very wonderful plan of the Felixstowe land defences.
The driver - who had made the five-hour-20-minute trip from Felixstowe in Suffolk - took his final turning into Heath House Lane from Slades Road, in Golcar, too sharply and wedged the truck between a pub and a wall at 8am.
For more details, contact Fishing Innovations Ltd, 9 Station Road, Trimley St Mary, Felixstowe, Suffolk IP11 OTS.
The drugs arrived at Felixstowe, Suffolk, and were on their way to Wales, from where they would probably have been distributed across the UK.
Retailers are being warned to be wary if they are offered olive oil from any unusual sources after a 40ft container holding about 50,000 [pounds sterling] of olive oil bottles was stolen from Felixstowe Docks.
It also plans to close the two routes run by its separate P&O North Sea Ferries arm out of Felixstowe, to Zeebrugge and Rotterdam.
4m to increase freight services and develop a more reliable railway for travelers between Ipswich and Felixstowe has been approved by the transport secretary.
Darryl Bundy, 29, died on Friday night in Felixstowe, where he has family and has lived in the past.
But while he praised seaside resorts such as Felixstowe, Suffolk - he couldn't wait to head back to his villa on the Cote d'Azur.
The work which is due to be completed by 2014, will cover routes throughout London and routes to docks including Southampton and Felixstowe.
Specialists from the British Divers Marine Life Rescue group (BDMLR) said the whale was lying in shallow water under a road bridge between Ipswich and Felixstowe, Suffolk.
QUIZ CHALLENGE: 1 Issue the rum rations; 2 Root vegetables; 3 Oliver; 4 Felixstowe, Suffolk; 5 Richard II.