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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Nine men, two women and a girl of 10 were held at Greatstone, Romney Marsh, after police were called at 8.16am - just 18 minutes after sunrise.
Autumn is the season for vineyard visits, to sample marsh lamb from Romney Marsh, drink elderflower cider and eat blackberry cake in the tea shops of Rye in East Sussex.
Romney Marsh could become the country's first nuclear waste site.
WHILE YOU'RE THERE Rye is an ancient 'cinque port' atop a hill, overlooking Romney Marsh. It has a rich history, so there is much to explore - like the castle and gun garden - without leaving town.
Romney Marsh Wools is sending fleeces from its flock of 1,000 ewes to Meltham and Slaithwaite to be turned into throws, cushions, caps and even toiletries.
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.
"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 3.50pm on Sunday.
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.
TOWCESTER: 1.10 Romney Marsh, 1.40 Von Galen, 2.10 Market Option, 2.40 Chicklemix, 3.10 Mountain Tunes, 3.40 Bonnet's Vino, 4.10 Pitter Patter.