Nags Head


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Nags Head

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A resort town of northeastern North Carolina on the Outer Banks.
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Nags Head beach nourishment project is one of the largest locally-funded projects of its kind in the United States.
Clint Boon, Peter Hook and Rowetta all took part in a charity event at the Old Nags Head pub in the city centre to raise money for an NSPCC campaign.
It put out some traffic lights at Ainley Top roundabout and two pubs - The Nags Head and nearby Toby Carvery - had to shut when their power also went down.
Claudia and Suzy hit it off when they met in 2006 in the Nags Head pub, just a couple of doors down from Claudia's terraced home in Heworth, York.
The Nags Head, on Green Lane, in Thornton, wants to open to serve alcohol from 9am daily.
| The Nags Head Inn in Garthmyl, near Montgomery, was named the best pub.
Nags Head, NC, October 11, 2015 --(PR.com)-- Seaside Art Gallery presents a sensational day of art and intrigue at the Pen & Paintbrush Event on November 7th, 2015 from 10:00am to 5:00pm.
Wrexham-born Bryn Evans, 33, has taken over the Nags Head at Garthmyl, located alongside the main road between Newtown and Welshpool.
He was not a regular at the Nags Head but he did pop in for a drink.
They are in the top four after another win, defeating Nags Head 5-3.
Chris Kiff, who runs the Nags Head in Aberystwyth, Ceredigion, hopes to raise thousands of pounds in donations for Macmillan Cancer Support.
Gemma, 28, and Trafford-James's engineer dad Matthew Poole, 30, were about to leave the Nags Head in Newbold, Derbys, when their son was attacked.