transmanche

transmanche

(ˌtrænzˈmɑ̃ʃ; French trɑ̃zmɑ̃ʃ)
adj
describing the region between Kent and Nord Pas de Calais
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As part of the WaveSentry project the sensor box, provided by Chelsea Technologies, will be fitted to a Transmanche ferry, the Seven Sisters, which crosses the channel daily.
Callan, who rides away from the north of Britain, found a clear run in a messy race on Punching (4-1) in the transmancheferries.co.uk Selling Stakes before steering home Bienheureux (9-2) for an easy victory in the Transmanche Ferries Handicap.
SMOKEY Storm ran fourth in what looked a decent contest on his debut at Windsor and he should give another good account in the EBF Newhaven To Le Havre On Transmanche Ferries Maiden Stakes at Brighton.
A new regional assembly for one of the five transnational regions covering the UK aims to create an "Atlas Transmanche" without national boundaries, according to the Tories.
The website for the Atlas Transmanche notes the region's "joint history" and that "a thousand year period, beginning with the Norman invasion of England, now nears its end".
WEEKEND BREAK Simply Short Breaks (0870 143 4646, www.ferrytravelclub.com) have two nights at the two-star Hotel de l'Europe (right), travelling with Transmanche Ferries from Newhaven, for pounds 100pp based on car and 4 adults.
Two parallel INTERREG II programmes ran from 1994 to 1999: Transmanche (Kent and Nord-Pas de Calais) and Rives-Manche (East Sussex, Seine-Maritime, and Somme).
The Ferry Dieppe, run by Transmanche, was bound for Dieppe, in France.