Romney Marsh


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Romney Marsh

(ˈrɒmnɪ; ˈrʌm-)
n
1. (Placename) a marshy area of SE England, on the Kent coast between New Romney and Rye: includes Dungeness
2. (Breeds) a type of hardy British sheep from this area, with long wool, bred for mutton
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The dogs got into the 100-acre sanctuary during a drag hunt with the East Sussex and Romney Marsh Hunt.
8 ROMNEY MARSHES, KENT From PS45pp per night Prior to proper drainage in the form of the 200-year-old Royal Military Canal, the Romney marsh was a dismal place of malaria and marsh ague, populated by lonely shepherds.
Leonard Pettifer, of Romney Marsh, drove on the wrong side of the M20 for two miles before colliding with a motorcycle being ridden by 60-year-old Michael Copleston.
Dinner was delicious, with Romney Marsh lamb, scallops and amazing puds, but my favourite meal was the relaxed breakfast.
I used Romney Marsh for some of the key action because I love that area and I also remember that many odd characters lived there.
It happened on a straight stretch of countryside road at Brookland, Romney Marsh, Kent, at 3.
He had been battling prostate cancer over several years and his death, just weeks before his 91st birthday, at his home in Romney Marsh, Kent, has been described as a "huge loss" by his family.
Custodian Data Centre chairman Geoff Miles who is also on the Shepway Business Advisory Board said: Folkestone, Hythe and Romney Marsh are in pole position to benefit from any upturn in the economy.
Romney an unlikely star Romney Marsh is a pin-up but punters who listened to her trainer Roger Curtis will be throwing darts at her picture after the 12-year-old mare won her second race at the track, romping away with the 2m5f handicap hurdle under amateur Freddie Tett.
The Romney Marsh Nuclear Research and Disposal Facility would be constructed 650 to 3,300 feet underground.
WHATEVER you do, don't get Rodney Marsh and Romney Marsh mixed up - it could lead to trouble.
BEST FOOD Our Food (BBC Two, Wednesday, 9pm) * Whatever you do, don't get Rodney Marsh and Romney Marsh mixed up - it could lead to trouble.