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The Valley of the Stour

N. G. Rogers

The Valley of the Stour

From Weston Green to Harwich

by N. G. Rogers

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  • 7 Currently reading

Published by Christian Publishing Services .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • British & Irish history,
  • England,
  • Places & peoples: general interest,
  • Europe - Great Britain - General,
  • History,
  • History - General History,
  • History: World

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages144
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11660068M
    ISBN 100860254445
    ISBN 109780860254447
    OCLC/WorldCa27936054


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The Valley of the Stour by N. G. Rogers Download PDF EPUB FB2

‘Stour Surrounding – Artists and the Valley’ is a documentary film that takes a look at artists both past and present who have responded to the landscape of the Stour Valley. In the film we hear how this special landscape – of Constable, Gainsborough and Munnings – continues to shape and speak to the work of contemporary artists today.

‘Stour Surrounding’ - Artists and the Valley is a documentary film that takes a look at artists both past and present who have responded to the landscape of the Stour Valley. In the film we hear how this special landscape – of Constable, Gainsborough and Munnings – continues to shape and speak to the work of contemporary artists today.

'Stour Surrounding’ - Artists and the Valley is a documentary film that takes a look at artists both past and present who have responded to the landscape of the Stour Valley.

In the film we hear how this special landscape – of Constable, Gainsborough, Morris and Munnings – continues to shape and speak to the work of contemporary artists. Welcome to Little Stour Books on: 20 August, at Stourmouth seems oddly named now that the River Stour is several miles upstream at Pegwell Bay.

However, in the days when the village was named, this was indeed where the river met the sea. The River Stour (/ ˈ s t ʊər, ˈ s t aʊər /) is a river in East Anglia, is 47 miles (76 km) long and forms most of the county boundary between Suffolk to the north, and Essex to the south.

It rises in eastern Cambridgeshire, passes to the east of Haverhill, through Cavendish, Bures, Sudbury, Nayland, Stratford St Mary, Dedham and flows through the Dedham Vale Area of Cities: Haverhill, Sudbury, Harwich. ‘Stour’ Book. Stour is an A5 publication of writing and illustrations on culture, wildlife and place, celebrating the Stour Valley and providing a legacy artefact for the River Stour Festival and The River Runs Through Us project.

It features new and previously published works by Ronald Blythe CBE, Stuart Bowditch, James Canton, Simon Carter, Justin Hopper, Hilary Owers, Ruth Philo, Jules. Book Now ‘Stour Surrounding’ - Artists and the Valley is a documentary film that takes a look at artists both past and present who have responded to the landscape of the Stour Valley.

In the film we hear how this special landscape – of Constable, Gainsborough and Munnings – continues to shape and speak to the work of contemporary.

Book Now Another opportunity to see this new film, which celebrates the art and artists, past and present, of the Stour Valley.

‘Stour Surrounding’ - Artists and the Valley is a documentary film that takes a look at artists both past and present who have responded to the landscape of the Stour Valley. For a real splurge, book a table at Le Talbooth in Dedham ( ) in a 16th-century timbered building on the banks of the Stour.

Expect candlelight, attentive service and a. Thus did John Winthrop, widely acknowledged as the pre-eminent founder of New England, describe his homeland, the area from whence came much the largest portion of the plus passengers on those first 11 ships which set forth for Massachusetts in ‘Stour Valley’ is an imprecise description, but Winthrop must have meant both the [ ].

A JOURNEY UP THE VALLEY OF THE STOUR. Hardcover – Import, January 1, by Monica Hutchings: (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $1, — $1, Author: Monica Hutchings.

GCSE Results The past few months and weeks have been challenging for our students in many ways. It was a sad and abrupt end to our Year 11 students' time at Stour Valley but we did the best we could to mark the occasion with a hastily organised leavers’ assembly and shirt signing.

The Stour Valley Path is a 60 mile route following the valley sides of the River Stour through the beautiful Suffolk, Essex and Cambridgeshire countryside, including the Dedham Vale AONB. A public transport itinerary pack 'Days Out Along the Stour Valley Path' has been developed to allow walkers to do the path in stretches and take a bus or.

The stations of the Stour Valley line (Chappel & Wakes Colne, Bures, Sudbury, Long Melford, Glemsford, Cavendish, Clare, Stoke, Sturmer, Haverhill, Linton, Bartlow and Pampisford) were all listed and recommended for closure. The River Stour / ˈ s t aʊər / is a river in Kent, England that flows into the North Sea at Pegwell Plucks Gutter, where the Little Stour joins it, the river is normally known as the Great upper section of the river, above its confluence with the East Stour at Ashford is sometimes known as the Upper Great Stour or West the tidal lower reaches, the artificial.

Stourpaine (/ s t aʊər ˈ p eɪ n /) is a village and civil parish in the county of Dorset in southern is situated in the valley of the River Stour in the North Dorset administrative district, 3 miles ( km) northwest of Blandford A road, which connects Blandford to Shaftesbury to the north, passes through the village.

The chalk hills of Cranborne Chase and the. Stour Valley Game. K likes. Oven Ready kentish Game and Venison, Processed by us, Taste of kent awards butcher/meat producer of the year. The Countryside alliance British Game champion The Stour Valley Railway is a partially closed railway line that ran between Shelford, near Cambridge and Marks Tey in Essex, line opened in sections between and The route from Shelford to Sudbury closed on 6 March leaving only the section from Sudbury to Marks Tey, known as the Gainsborough Line, in operation.

Stour Valley Railway Through Time: Marks Tey to Bury St Edmunds & Cavendish [Wallis, Andy T.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Stour Valley Railway Through Time: Marks Tey to Bury St Edmunds & Cavendish. A truly apt stretch of scenery to glorify was the Stour River Valley.

The Stour rises in eastern Cambridgeshire and flows 47 miles to the North Sea near Harwich, passing some of the loveliest views of riparian farmland in England.

Two artists poised to capture the Stour River Valley perfectly were Thomas Gainsborough () and John. This painting depicts the Stour valley in Essex.

The river passes under the bridge at Stratford St Mary and meanders through Dedham, with its high church tower, to the estuary at Harwich. The clear naturalism and sense of light owe much to Constable's practice of making oil. A walk along the valley of the River Stour from the source, passing through a varied landscape, and taking in downland, woodland, orchards, hop gardens.

Guest Book BRANCH LINE. By V. Hinkley. Thanks to the good citizens of Sudbury and the hue and cry that they raised at the prospect of being cut off, by rail, at least, from that artery of East Anglia, the old Great Eastern line to Norwich, there was no danger of being unaware of the impending demise of the Stour Valley line from Marks Tey to.

The Valley of the Stour with Dedham in the Distance Emily Hasler words. o England, the time we thought your cows were cricketers the sun was blinking round London Review of Books, 28 Little Russell Street London, WC1A 2HN [email protected] Please.

Read "Stour Valley Railway Through Time Marks Tey to Bury St Edmunds & Cavendish" by Andy T. Wallis available from Rakuten Kobo. The Stour Valley line dates from and has had a long and turbulent history.

Extended inthe line reached the z. Connecting Essex with Suffolk and offering more than 1, miles of trails through National Park caliber protected landscapes, the Stour Valley is an adventure playground for walkers, cyclists and paddlesports lovers - perfect for friends and family of all ages.

Paddle the upper River Stour Navigation from Sudbury to Nayland with our stable two person Tandem Kayaks.

Enjoy quiet tranquil paddling along stretches, that many others don't use, in beautiful landscapes as the river weaves its way through the glorious Essex and Suffolk 'Stour Valley'. Expect 6 hours of paddle time (plus breaks) and a start.

The Stour Valley riots, also called the Anti-Popery riots, were a series of anti-Roman Catholic riots and attacks which took place across southern East Anglia throughout The unrest was concentrated in the area surrounding the River Stour, Suffolk.

The riots are believed to have been caused by several factors. By early East Anglia had high unemployment, due in large part to the. Discover artworks, explore venues and meet artists. Art UK is the online home for every public collection in the UK.

Featuring overoil paintings by s artists. The Stour Valley line dates from and has had a long and turbulent history. Extended inthe line reached the zenith of its fortunes under Great Eastern Railway. Thereafter, changes of ownership and cost-cutting programmes saw many services withdrawn and sections of the line closed.

The Stour / ˈ s t aʊər / is a river flowing through the counties of Worcestershire, the West Midlands and Staffordshire in the West Midlands region of England. The Stour is a major tributary of the River Severn, and it is about 25 miles (40 km) in has played a. 21/03/ I've decided to try to help parents and children during the schools closure so I am running a children's short story competition.

I will judge the entries and the winners, of which there will be 10, will be included in a single book, published by my publishing label - Stour Valley Publishing, and sold through Shook Bop, my online book shop.

The Cedar House, where we were staying is on the North-West side of the city and the Stour Valley Walk crosses through the city centre.

Turning right at the end of our road at St Dunstans Church, the A crosses the railway line at a level crossing and. The Stour Valley Railway [B.D.J. Walsh] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Stour Valley RailwayAuthor: B.D.J. Walsh. Great Stour, river in the county of Kent, England.

It flows through The Weald, past Ashford, to Canterbury and Sandwich. Its floodplain is a silted marine inlet that, as the Wantsum Channel, separated the Isle of Thanet from the mainland until the 14th century. The East Stour and the Little Stour. The Stour Valley Way is a designated footpath that follows almost all of the 64 mile course of this magnificent river.

Sign Post to Hengistbury Head The River Stour rises at the lakes at Stour Head in Wiltshire but most of its course is within the boundaries of Dorset. Stour Valley Railway Through Time: Marks Tey to Bury St Edmunds & Cavendish, Paperback by Wallis, Andy T., ISBNISBNBrand New, Free shipping in the US This fascinating selection of photographs traces some of the many ways in which the Stour Valley Railway has changed and developed over the last century.

Horse and Cart A Farm Cart with Two Horses in Harness: a study for the cart in 'Stour Valley and Dedham Village, ' Farm cart How to study pictures by means of a series of comparisons of paintings and painters from Cimabue to Monet, with historical and biographical summaries and appreciations of the painters' motives and methods.

Explore the upper river on this one way Sudbury to Nayland trip. Heading past Friar’s meadow, through Cornard, Bures, and Wormingford you will see plenty of the Stour Valley’s rich history.

Includes morning transfers from the Nayland to our base. You will be met at the Anchor in Nayland for and driven to Sudbury for a start. Read "Stour Valley Railway Part 2 Through Time Clare to Shelford & Audley End" by Andy T. Wallis available from Rakuten Kobo. This part of the Stour Valley line dates from and survived for years; the Saffron Walden branch followed a few.

The Stour Valley Way at Muscliff The path uses public rights of way and permitted paths to follow the course of the River Stour.

About 3 miles (5 km) from Stourton, beyond White Cross, the path crosses briefly to the Somerset bank of the river where it intersects the east-west Monarch's Way footpath, then enters Dorset north of Bourton.Book Description CANTERBURY PRESS NORWICH, United Kingdom, Hardback.

Condition: New. Language: English. Brand new Book. From the time that John Constable made its waterways and rural landscapes famous, the Stour Valley in East Anglia has been a haunt for artists, writers, poets, musicians and gardeners.Stour Valley Publishing, Haverhill, Suffolk.

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