Thirlmere


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Thirlmere

(ˈθɜːlmɪə)
n
(Placename) a lake in NW England, in Cumbria in the Lake District: provides part of Manchester's water supply. Length: 6 km (4 miles)
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Treetop Trek and Zip World were partnering on the project over Thirlmere Reservoir (right), which attracted opposition over fears of its impact on the landscape.
Meehan told officers he found the gun lying in Thirlmere Park, but did not offer any alternative explanation when the court rejected his story.
Wear, of Thirlmere Avenue, Easington Lane, County Durham, pleaded guilty to possessing a flare at a sporting event and was fined PS350 and ordered to pay PS115 costs.
The scope of the project will include the construction of 100km of pipeline, and associated infrastructure including a new water treatment works, two service reservoirs and a pumping station to take water from Thirlmere reservoir.
The road was shut in December following a landslip between Dunmail Raise and Thirlmere.
Stephen Thomas Maslen, 63, of Thirlmere Place, was jailed for two years and three months at Cardiff Crown Court on December 17 last year.
9in) of rain falling in 38 hours at Thirlmere in Cumbria.
Samantha Haywood and husband Jon booked flights back from Tenerife after learning that a BMW ploughed into the side of their home in Thirlmere Avenue, Nuneaton, just after midnight yesterday.
Clark broke the right half of his neck while he was on the cycling stage of a triathlon event in Thirlmere back in 2012.
The backbreaking event took more than 12 hours to complete and involved a 50-mile cycle ride, a 3,000ft climb up Helvellyn and canoeing around Thirlmere.
At Newcastle Crown Court, his dad Paul, 41, of Thirlmere Close, Killingworth, admitted making a false statement to obtain insurance.
Richard Holstein's Next came up trumps in the Sydney 38's, followed by Sally Warneford and Larry Jamieson's Thirlmere, with Geoff Bonus and Richard Williams' Calibre in third.