Honiton


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Honiton

(ˈhɒnɪtən; ˈhʌn-) or

Honiton lace

n
(Textiles) a type of lace with a floral sprig pattern
[C19: named after Honiton, Devon, where it was first made]
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Joe Lappin, 3 Marwood Place, Honiton, Devon EX14 1 PX.
Hedges,of Smeatharpe,near Honiton,east Devon,has denied wounding with intent.
Four people were rescued by firefighters when their car was stuck in a flood near Langford Bridge near Honiton.
Mrs Young, from Honiton, Devon, has made a complaint to the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital in Exeter, which said it would carry out a full investigation.
Nestling in the lee of the Blackdown Hills, Honiton sits amid countryside that has changed little since 1724 when Daniel Defoe described the view from Honiton Hill as 'the most beautiful landscape in the world'.
The bride is the daughter of Mrs S Macnab, of Honiton, Devon.
It was made in 1841, using fine Honiton lace and white satin, for the christening of Queen Victoria's eldest daughter, Victoria, the Princess Royal.
A nearby removals company said: "It is with great sadness that two families lost their precious children to a fire in Honiton.
Tayla, from Honiton, Devon, later died in hospital in Newquay, Cornwall.
But they were left staring into a hole in the ground at the churchyard in Honiton, Devon, when vicar Sue Roberts didn't turn up.
Social historian Ruth takes a trip to Honiton, which is famous for its beautiful and intricate lace.
Beauty, aged six, flew out of Kate Robbins' house in Honiton Crescent, Northfield, on Wednesday November 3.