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 Hoo Peninsula - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Hoo Peninsula is a peninsula in England separating the estuaries of the rivers Thames and Medway.
The 'living' at Cliffe in the 17th century was described as 'one of the prizes of the church'.
St Mary's Church at St Mary Hoo was the parish church and gave its name to the village, and although it remains a grade II building, dating from the 14th century, it has been reconstructed as a private house. /wiki/Hoo_Peninsula   (3178 words)

 Cliffe Fort
Cliffe Fort, near the village of Cliffe on the Hoo peninsula in Kent, was built in the mid-nineteenth century as a defence against the invasion of London via the Thames estuary.
A number of launch installations survive apart from that at Cliffe Fort, including one at Garrison Fort at Sheerness (which I haven't seen) and in former British colonies in the Far East.
Left - the remains of the 100-year old torpedo installation at Cliffe Fort, visible at low tide. /~dkbrown/cliffe.html   (316 words)

 The Village of Cliffe at Hoo
But during the 16th century, Cliffe was a considerable town and at that it may well have declined by then from much earlier even greater size and importance.
Early in it's career, Cliffe village was a farm of the monks of Christ's Church at Canterbury, with a 14th century population of about three thousand people.
Cliffe was quite close by and for a time there was no shortage of work for able-bodies villagers. /johnno/clif.htm   (356 words)

 Guardian Scathing report on airport site buried, say protesters
The report warns that airspace to the west of the proposed airport, at Cliffe on the Hoo peninsula, is extremely congested.
It concludes that Cliffe would "impact severely" on neighbouring airports, with a further risk that inbound aircraft could be too close to Belgian and Dutch airspace.
In an attempt to deflect the focus from Cliffe, Medway council in Kent will go to the high court this month to seek a judicial review, claiming Gatwick ought to be included because Mr Darling has an obligation to consider all options. /print/0,3858,4538648-103630,00.html   (590 words)

 thames gateway
Plans for a Lower Thames Crossing between Canvey or Shell Haven and the Hoo Peninsular were shelved as they were dependent upon the creation of Cliffe Airport.
Proposals for a large international airport on Cliffe Marshes were dropped from the government's white paper on air transport in 2003 after they were rejected by local residents, the local council, as well as conservation charities such as the RSPB.
The Chancellor of the Exchequer announced in his July 2004 spending review, that there would be money made available for extensive house building on brownfield sites in the region in order to ease the high demand for affordable housing in the South East. /thames_gateway.html   (905 words)

 Guardian Air industry rejects Cliffe site
The proposal for Cliffe on the Hoo Peninsula in north Kent had created opposition from environmental groups and residents and with its only potential backers, the Freedom to Fly campaign, joining them the idea seems doomed.
The proposal to build an airport at Cliffe in Kent to serve London is virtually certain to be dropped after the aviation industry yesterday urged the transport secretary, Alastair Darling, to "withdraw consideration" of the idea.
Airport operator BAA said in a statement it did not believe Cliffe could be developed because of "serious environmental concerns". /print/0,3858,4672638-103690,00.html   (238 words)

 Thames Gateway
Plans for a Lower Thames Crossing between or Shell Haven and the Hoo Peninsular shelved as they were dependent upon the of Cliffe Airport.
The Chancellor of the Exchequer announced in July 2004 spending review that there would be made available for extensive house building on sites in the region in order to the high demand for affordable housing in South East.
There are also many plans that have proposed to develop the area around Stratford part of the plan for London to the 2012 Olympic Games. /Thames_Gateway   (956 words)

 Kent - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Probably the most significant geographical feature of Kent is the White Cliffs. /wiki/Kent   (2461 words)

 Dove Search
Cliffe at Hoo, Kent, S Helen, 8, 14-2-18 in Eb. /dove/dove.php?page=148&printer=true   (108 words)

 Parris 1865 >
Born 1873 in Cliffe at Hoo, Kent, it is not known when Harriett died.
Born 1869 in Cliffe at Hoo, Kent, it is not known when John died.
Grace, born 1893 in Cliffe at Hoo, Kent. /html/parris_3.html   (1997 words)

 Cliffe - The Cliffe Glacier and the Story of the Surrounding Mountains by
Cliffe-at-Hoo Cliffe-at-Hoo is a village on the Hoo peninsula in Kent, England, reached from the Medway Towns by a three-mile journey along the.
Portrait of TE Cliffe-Leslie Cliffe Leslie was one of the leading figures of the English Historical School and a
Cliffe - The Cliffe Glacier and the Story of the Surrounding Mountains by /wli/cliffe.html   (271 words)

 Parris 1765 >
Sophia, born 1849 in Cliffe at Hoo, Kent and died 16/3/1917.
Sophia was buried in St Helen's Church, Cliffe at Hoo, Kent.
Margaret, baptized 6/9/1835 in Cliffe at Hoo, Kent. /html/parris_1.html   (1906 words)

 Medway - , Hoo
chatham, rochester, strood, snodland, hoo, higham, cliffe, and others... /medway/street3.asp?town=Hoo&street=Main+Road   (9 words)

 Kent - netlexikon
Canterbury, Charing, Chatham, Cliffe at Hoo Crayford, Crockenhill /Kent.html   (350 words)

 Rodney Chambers
His plea comes after BAA announced that an airport at Cliffe on the Hoo Peninsula in Medway is not a viable option.
Leader of Medway Council, Cllr Rodney Chambers, is calling on Alistair Darling to drop the Cliffe airport option from the SERAS consultation process and end the blight and suffering of those living in the area.
“A five runway airport at Cliffe is a non-starter. /noairportatcliffe/rodney_chambers.htm   (451 words)

 Cliffe Inn Kent Rochester Victoria
CLIFFE TAVERN (St Margarets At Cliffe)STRUMMIN' NIGHT -...
Cliffe Inn Kent Rochester Victoria links and resources.
The Evening Star (Map) 128 Church Street, Cliffe, Rochester, Kent, England. /cliffe+inn+kent+rochester+victoria.htm   (113 words)

 Details of bus service between Cliffe and Hoo, UK
Details of bus service between Cliffe and Hoo, UK This site contains bus service information for England, Scotland and Wales.
Details of Nu-Venture Coaches's bus service number 2 between Cliffe and Hoo, in the UK.
The destination shown above may not be exact, see 'School bus destinations' by clicking here. /rfnshowr.asp?R=7724   (172 words)

 Cliffe Church from the North West - 3770
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Cliffe Church from the North West - 3770
For details about the advantages of membership of the Kent Archaeological Society click here /Research/Libr/VisRec/C/CLI/17.htm   (48 words)

 Hoo Peninsula Regional, Directory
Hoo Marina Situated on the northern side of the Medway Estuary.
Showing progress and gallery pictures of past history. /bWFfOTA0ODcy.aspx   (89 words)

 Dove's Guide (Part C)
Cliffe at Hoo, Kent, S Helen, 8, 14-2-18 in Eflat. /dove/doveParts.php?letter=C#CAMBRIDG18   (6036 words)

 Reading a Church (KHF Event)
with an introduction given by Philip Lawrence, Chairman of the KAS Churches Committee, and then the stand was taken by Professor Saul who began his talk with an explanation on the origins of a Parish with an emphasis on Cliffe.
However, Professor Saul’s ability to name churches all over the country when giving examples of particular features was quite outstanding as indeed was the quality of the whole talk.
Around half a dozen people went to this extremely well attended event and felt very privileged to be able to listen to Professor Nigel Saul, a distinguished medievalist from the Royal Holloway College. /html/reading_a_church__khf_event_.html   (413 words)

John Wellard Stevenson born September 28, 1804 in Cliffe at Hoo, Kent County, England.
John Wellard Stevenson was named in in Grandfather's will mainly Nicholas Stevenson b about 1750 in Cliffe at Hoo, Kent Co., England d April 28, 1811.
Both John Wellard Stevenson and Henry Wood moved to the US in 1832. /perl/contactform.cgi?id=51659   (178 words)

 BBC - Kent News Feature - Cliffe Airport Proposal
BBC - Kent News Feature - Cliffe Airport Proposal
"Everyone of them hopes that plans for a new airport at Cliffe will never take off"
The acres of flat marshland that could so easily accommodate dozens of intercontinental jets are teeming with life and steeped in the past... /kent/news/features/cliffe.shtml   (310 words)

 Untitled Document
If it is a bus between Cliffe and Hoo School then apply to Medway Council.
Inspectors will be checking schoolbuses and anyone found travelling without a VALID PASS (In Their Name) or a valid TICKET may be prosecuted for fraudulent travel. /Timetables1/SchoolBuses/Passes.htm   (134 words)

 Genealogy of the various family relations.:Information about Ann Randle
Marriage: 11 July 1831, Cliffe at Hoo, Kent, England.
She married George Rayner on 11 July 1831 in Cliffe at Hoo, Kent, England /users/f/o/x/Carol-L-Fox/WEBSITE-0001/UHP-0211.html   (48 words)

 TS337 Milton Range Halt - Trainspots (Ver 1.50 )
There is a car parking area at Hoo Junction but it is popular with fly tippers so you risk getting a puncture.
Freight traffic for Grain, Cliffe and Hoo Junction (including class 37s).
In between Gravesend and Hoo Junction in Kent. /locpage.php?ts_number=337   (644 words)

March 2005, the Churches Committee of the Kent Archaeological Society will be staging an all-day event, entitled `Reading A Church', at the medieval church of St. Helen's, Cliffe at Hoo.
Professor Saul will use the varied features of Cliffe church as an aid to interpretation of the inter-related history, architecture, and ideology of this, and other churches.
Remember to state which lecture(s) you wish to book. /Lectures.htm   (355 words)

 MeBirdie - Pet Birds Discussions - Zebra Finch Age
AIRLINE INDUSTRY INFORMATION-(C)1997-2003 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD Plans for a possible GBP9bn airport at Cliffe on the Hoo Peninsula in north Kent, England, maybe cancelled due to the danger of aircraft colliding with flocks of birds.
Proposed airport at Cliffe, Kent unsuitable due to flocks of birds
Both and are aggressively opposed to the illegal bird trade and the caging of wild birds... /archives/pet-birds/pet-birds-p-1878.htm   (827 words)

 Memories of West Malling life
In 1914 Dad was called up to go as Manager of a woman’s factory making munitions at Cliffe at Hoo.
They were very happy there especially when my brother Ernest Arthur was born with the assistance of Dr Pope, the town’s doctor.
Mum went back to Lamberhurst and I was born in 1915. /memories_2.htm   (1173 words)

 1400 . 1401 . Kent . Medici . January 16 . February 14 . April 28 . Geoffrey Chaucer
Bearsted, Biddenden, Birchington-on-Sea, Bonnington, Boughton Aluph, Brenchley, Broadstairs Canterbury, Kent Canterbury MB Charing, Chatham 2C_Kent Chatham, Chiddingstone, Cliffe-at-Hoo Cliffe at Hoo, Cobham, Kent Cobham Cranbrook, England Cranbrook, Crockenhill Dartford town Dartford, Deal 2C_Kent Deal MB, Detling County showground Dover,... /1400   (515 words)

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