Helvellyn


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Hel·vel·lyn

 (hĕl-vĕl′ən)
A mountain, 950 m (3,117 ft) high, in the Lake District of northwest England.

Helvellyn

(hɛlˈvɛlɪn)
n
(Placename) a mountain in NW England, in the Lake District. Height: 949 m (3114 ft)
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As, to my Lord Gaunt's dismay, and the chuckling delight of his natural enemy and father, the Lady Gaunt had no children--the Lord George Gaunt was desired to return from Vienna, where he was engaged in waltzing and diplomacy, and to contract a matrimonial alliance with the Honourable Joan, only daughter of John Johnes, First Baron Helvellyn, and head of the firm of Jones, Brown, and Robinson, of Threadneedle Street, Bankers; from which union sprang several sons and daughters, whose doings do not appertain to this story.
Despite hiking for four hours up Scafell Pike, the pair, from the Rhondda, decided to take on Helvellyn - England's third tallest peak.
Southampton city council is currently undertaking a procurement entitled "soundproofing works to helvellyn road".
Cathie and Tim also hope to get enough people involved to have simultaneous protests on the top of Ben Nevis & Helvellyn too so please share this information with your Mountain-loving friends!
One-year-old rescue dog Loki and Darlington Dogs Trust staff member Chrissie Davies helped the walker, who suffered a head injury in the fall on Helvellyn.
I'd have preferred a few more beach walks in the Top 10 - half of which were in the Lake District, including the winner Helvellyn.
5 Helvellyn Close, Blaydon, is for sale through Sarah Mains at PS189,950, tel: 0191 488 9999.
But he twisted his knee on Helvellyn and had to delay his last ascent.
The students working towards their silver had to go on a three day wilderness adventure and climb all the way up the third highest mountain in England, Helvellyn.
The fundraising nurses - Sharon Jefferson, Lizzie Rees, Claire Hamilton-Baker, Joanne Payne and Laura Baker - have smashed their donation target after climbing Helvellyn, a 950m (3,117ft) high mountain in the Lake District on May 25.
David Barrow suffered serious chest injuries and a fractured pelvis when he fell on Helvellyn, in the Lake District, on January 17 this year.
The club's walking team even took a collecting tin and wore Heart Surgery T-shirts when they tackled Helvellyn in the Lake District.