Keswick


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Keswick

(ˈkɛzɪk)
n
(Placename) a market town in NW England, in Cumbria in the Lake District: tourist centre. Pop: 4984 (2001)
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Coleridge soon followed his friend, and settled at Greta Hall, Keswick, and there was much coming and going between Dove Cottage and Greta Hall.
On inquiring at Number 13 we found that the house belonged to a respectable paperhanger, named Keswick, and that no one of the name either of Sawyer or Dennis had ever been heard of there."
For a few years from 1800 on he lived at Greta Hall in the village of Keswick (pronounced Kesick), in the northern end of the Lake Region
DUMFRIES CC SUNDAY TEAM Dumfries Sunday Dev XI 196 for 5 Keswick 196 for 8 Dumfries travelled to Keswick on Sunday and after a long day the honours were even as the game ended in a rare tie.
Keswick, a campus and community-based health care organization in Baltimore, announced Dr.
A writer, gardener and designer from Dumfries, Maggie Keswick Jencks (1941-1995) and her husband Charles founded the Maggie's Centres, which offer practical, emotional and social support to people with cancer, their family and friends.
An emergency evacuation has been ordered near the Sacramento River between Eureka Way and Keswick Dam after the wildfire that erupted on Thursday crossed the Sacramento River into Redding's city limits in California.
Venue: Exeter Phoenix and Theatre by the Lake, Keswick. Prices vary.
After a match at independent Durham School, instead of their usual Scottish tour this year, the team crossed the Pennines to play against Keswick School and Keswick RUFC, in Cumbria.
HONLEY Hikers and Frothblowers Fraternity raised more than PS400 for the Royal National Lifeboat Institute (RNLI) during their autumn fundraising walk in and around Keswick in the Lake District.
Shareholders made their views crystal clear by opposing resolutions to re-elect chairman Sir Chips Keswick (right) and owner Stan Kroenke's son Josh to the board.