River Aire


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Noun1.River Aire - a river in northern England that flows southeast through West YorkshireRiver Aire - a river in northern England that flows southeast through West Yorkshire
England - a division of the United Kingdom
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Launch of a natural flood management pilot project to help reduce the risk of flooding from the River Aire
Next came the River Aire, in Yorkshire, with 63 pieces, followed by the Severn at 42 pieces and the Trent, with 35 pieces, according to the study.
Leeds Station lies east-west on the north bank of the River Aire. Perversely HS2 has had two tries at designing an HS2 station for Leeds, both lying north-south, one a taxiride south of Leeds, the other an inconvenient walk over the Aire.
This stroll begins at the striking Newfield Hall and takes in Malhamdale and Airton in the Yorkshire Dales National Park, returning along the Pennine Way beside the River Aire. Difficulty: Leisurely Length: 2.9 miles / 1 hour
Leeds was also hit with the River Aire bursting its banks in Kirkstall.
Members of Bradford ARC accepted donations totalling PS2,665 towards the repair of the weir on the River Aire in Bradford which collapsed following the winter floods.
All workers inside the plant, which is run by energy giant SSE and stands next to the River Aire in West Yorkshire, were quickly evacuated and no one was injured in the blaze.
The site beside the River Aire is operated by the energy giant SSE, and it has run three power stations since 1924.
The remains of Ms Blamires were found in the River Aire in Shipley, while body tissue belonging to Ms Armitage was also found in the river.