Fosse Way


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Related to Fosse Way: Ermine Street, Watling Street

Fosse Way

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n
(Placename) a Roman road in Britain between Lincoln and Exeter, with a fosse on each side
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He told all from the very first: how Robin Hood had slain the forester, and how he had hidden in the greenwood to escape the law; how that he lived therein, all against the law, God wot, slaying His Majesty's deer and levying toll on fat abbot, knight, and esquire, so that none dare travel even on broad Watling Street or the Fosse Way for fear
Now it happened about this time that Robin Hood was going through the forest to Fosse Way, to see what was to be seen there, for the moon was full and the night gave promise of being bright.
Warwickshire Police has asked anyone who may have seen suspicious activity or vehicles at Hillcrest Farm on Fosse Way between 6pm and 10pm on December 4 to come forward.
The New Fosse Way links Selly Oak to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital and follows the well-trodden path along which Roman legions marched to Metchley Fort.
Streets apart: The New Fosse Way and, inset, the road sign.
Situated next to a farm, right on the Fosse Way footpath which attracts walkers and nature lovers from across the Midlands, it hides more stunning surroundings at the back of the house.
JIM KENYON, now a trainer at Stainforth, advertised the arrival of his former star sprinter Fosse Way with a special A4 graded competition at the Doncaster track recently.
They have teamed up with protest group Fosse Way RAID (Residents Against Inappropriate Development) to sign a petition opposing potential plans to build 15 permanent pitches at land next to the centre on the Fosse Way near Leamington.
And the Fosse Way, once linking Exeter with Lincoln still traces a tidy diagonal line through some prime parts of the Midlands.
With El Hombre's Arc already in the bag, Frightful Flash now has a brace of Category One victories, backed up by Fosse Way's score in Stainforth's Category Two Spring Scurry.
Emergency crews were called to Offchurch numerous times with the first incident at the junction of Fosse Way and Welsh Road at 6.20am.
FOSSE WAY completed an unbeaten run through the Lodge Engineering Spring Scurry over Stainforth's 278 metres on Sunday, breaking the track record he set in the semis by four spots as he lifted the pounds 2,000 purse in 16.17sec (going +5).