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  Rutland Nurseries   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-09)
Rutland Nurseries' systems are designed to require low voltage and can be automatically timed to turn on or off.
Rutland Nurseries knows what needs to be done and the right time to do it.
Rutland Nurseries is the most experienced in Central Massachusetts and can install a system into existing lawn with a minimum of disruption.
www.rutlandnurseries.com /design/programs.html   (824 words)

  
 Rough waters ahead for Rutland | Special reports | Guardian Unlimited
Its 23 miles of river bank are a mecca for bikers and walkers, its 3,100 acres provide sport for sailors and wind surfers, some 20,000 birds live there for at least part of the year and 100,000 trout are released into it annually; to the delight of visiting anglers and the resident pike.
But such are their numbers on Rutland that they have registered on the Brussels' bird counters radar to the point where the reservoir is now a special protection area.
Gadwells and shovelers like shallow water and, say the experts, pumping an additional 50,000 megalitres of water a year from the reservoir might interfere with their habitat.
www.guardian.co.uk /water/story/0,,1549193,00.html   (810 words)

  
 Water Distribution System Regulations
It shall be the duty of every person supplied water by the system to answer inquiries made by the department or it's agents in regard to the quantity, purposes and manner in which the water is used on the premises.
When water is supplied to more than one party through a single tap, the water may be shut off in case of non payment of either party, notwithstanding that one or more parties may have paid their proportion of the amount due.
Water bills shall be a tax and a lien on the real estate supplied with the water, and may be collected in the same manner as other taxes of the City, and the owners of such real estate shall be subject to the same liabilities therefor as for other City taxes.
www.rutlandcitydpw.org /waterregs.html   (5115 words)

  
 Rutland Water tourist information from TourUK
Rutland Water, A606 west from Stamford or the A1, A606 south from Melton Mowbray, or off the A47
Rutland Water, the biggest man made lake in England and in Europe, they drowned a village to make it, and now it is a nice to visit and even worth a detour off the A1.
North of the water the A606 runs across, lots of car parks and a few picnic areas and nature walks in the area.
www.touruk.co.uk /leicester/lei_rutwa.htm   (196 words)

  
 Dave's Mountain Bike Mania - Cycling at Rutland Water
Rutland Water is one of the largest man-made reservoirs in Europe, covering some 1225 hectares(3100 acres), and around 27,300 million gallons of water.
The reservoir is in the centre of Rutland, and has a 23 mile circular track for mainly traffic free walking and cycling apart from a 4 mile section.
Rutland's cycle track around the reservoir has various spectacular views and terrains, from tarmac paths, to gravel paths, to dirt tracks through woodland to on road cycle ways, there are quite a few hills, but they are mostly short and occasionally steep in places, some paths are a bit bumpy in some sections.
motorcycles-inc.co.uk /mountain_bike_mania/rutland_water.htm   (335 words)

  
 Definition of Rutland Water
Rutland Water is a reservoir in the county of Rutland, England, just east of the county town Oakham.
It is not just used for storage of water, but is a popular sports centre - as well as water sports, there are fishing, walking and cycling, with a 25 mile (40 km) perimeter track.
The reservoir and its surroundings encompass two nature reserves and it is now designated as a Special Protection Area and a "A wetland of international importance" - the former for its wintering populations of gadwall (some 4% of this species's European population) and shoveler ducks.
www.wordiq.com /definition/Rutland_Water   (276 words)

  
 Rutland Cycling - One of the UK's largest bike stores offering the best stocks and the lowest prices
Rutland Cycling was established 25 years ago and has one of the most impressive ranges of bikes to hire and buy anywhere in the world.
Rutland Cycling would like to invite you to attend our 2007 demo day on 20/21st May 2007.
Rutland Cycling now offer "Cycle Scheme" This scheme allows you to save up to 50% off the bike you are purchasing.
www.rutlandcycling.co.uk   (528 words)

  
 RUTLAND TOWN MUNICIPAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN
Rutland Town’s basic position regarding the construction of a bypass around Rutland may be stated as follows: The construction of a bypass is not necessary given current and likely future traffic volumes; furthermore, even if built, a bypass would not solve congestion problems on US 7.
Rutland Town’s position opposing the construction of a bypass around Rutland is based on a thorough analysis of the available information and a common-sense approach to issues such as economic and social costs.
Rutland Town is located at the center of Rutland County between the Towns of Pittsford, Mendon, Clarendon, West Rutland, and Proctor.
www.rutlandtown.com /tp2001jz.htm   (14903 words)

  
 Destination Guide for Rutland : Enjoy England
Tiny Rutland, just 20 miles across, may be the smallest county in England but it's packed with a host of things for you to do during your stay.
Rutland's county town of Oakham, mentioned in the Domesday Book of 1086, lays claim to England's smallest man, Jeffrey Hudson.
For the keen angler Rutland Water is a must, stocked with around 130,000 trout each year.
www.enjoyengland.com /where/destinations/east-midlands/rutland/dg.aspx   (418 words)

  
 Rutland Water
Rutland Water Nature Reserve is unique in that it was declared a reserve before it existed.
Following a successful six-year programme to translocate osprey chicks to Rutland Water from Scotland, ospreys are now breeding in central England for the first time in one hundred and fifty years.
A three year project funded by Anglian Water, English Nature and the RSPB begun in 2000 to study the reserve's expanding tree sparrow population, Annually, more than 500 chicks are colour-ringed.
www.lrwt.org.uk /pp/Silver/viewSilver.asp?ID=322   (1921 words)

  
 News for July 2001
This is what has happened at Rutland this year for the male is a released bird with a ring while the female is unringed.
I spoke to him when the scheme was originally launched and he explained that one of the advantages of the project was that unlike imported red kites and sea eagles the Scottish-hatched birds did not have to spend any time in quarantine.
If the birds are to thrive at Rutland, then they will have to be similarly tolerant of human activities for the lake boasts a successful trout fishery and a popular sailing club.
www.birdcare.com /bin/shownews/215   (1587 words)

  
 Rutland Waterworks District - Regulations
This shall not prohibit the use of a water service for construction purposes for a limited time, provided the District is satisfied that adequate provision is made to prevent backflow into the Rutland waterworks system.
Water service can be suspended at any time if the District deems their has been a breach in the provisions of the servicing agreement.
Often water noise is mistakenly attributed to the meter when in fact it is caused by undersized or old restricted plumbing within the building.
www.rutlandwaterworks.com /regulations.htm   (1299 words)

  
 Rutland Water   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-09)
Some of the best views are from the Rutland Belle as it maneuvers around the action on its four mile cruise out of Whitwell Harbour.
Rutland Water is big and exciting but be careful...
The purpose of the partnership is to bring together a number of organisations to ensure wide participation in development plans and policies within a sustainable development approach.
www.rutlandwater.co.uk   (300 words)

  
 Gable Cottage Bed and Breakfast accommodation Braunston Oakham Rutland
Rutland Water Cycle Hire This is based at both Whitwell and Normanton car parks on the edge of Rutland Water.
Rutland Railway Museum This is between Cottesmore and Ashwell.
Rutland Sailing Club A must for wind surfers and sailors alike located via the village of Edith Weston.
www.rutlandbedandbreakfast.co.uk /links/info.html   (324 words)

  
 Rutland Water   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-09)
Rutland Water lies north of Northamptonshire, near Oakham in the county of Rutland, and is one of the largest man-made lakes in Western Europe.
Completed in 1977, the reservoir covers an area of 3,100 acres, and with a storage capacity of 124,000 million litres (27,000 million gallons), provides not only water for domestic and industrial consumption, but also a large expanse of water for recreational purposes.
The crest of the dam is 1,200 metres long, and the maximum depth of the reservoir is 34 metres.
www.kellner.eclipse.co.uk /gretton/history/rutland.htm   (549 words)

  
 Town of West Rutland, VT -- Town Highlights -- Town History
The current towns of Rutland, West Rutland, Proctor and the City of Rutland were all included in the charter.
The history of West Rutland was closely tied to the marble industry at the early party of the century.
The division of Rutland caused some perplexing problems, among them the division of the school fund, ascertaining of the Grand List, the future of the poor farm, the distribution of public money and the public debt, and the value of the old town hall.
www.wrutland.org /org/hist/hlts.html   (1107 words)

  
 birding facts Birding Resources by the Fat Birder
Of course the LROS did not change its name and records from Rutland (Water) continued to put the county on the map...even when it wasn`t on the map.
Rutland Water was built in the 1970s as a source of water for the increasing population of the Midlands.
Rutland House is a small luxury bed and breakfast with five rooms, all en-suite.
www.fatbirder.com /links_geo/europe/england_leicester.html   (1975 words)

  
 BBC Radio 4 - Open Country - 30 October 2004
Rutland Water is the largest man made lake in Western Europe.
Created to provide water for the conurbations of the East Midlands, it has blossomed into a major tourist attraction for fishermen, sailing clubs and birdwatchers.
He watched as the water began to cover the land of his childhood but he still maintains that the lake has brought new life to the area and invigorated the local economy with tourism.
www.bbc.co.uk /radio4/factual/opencountry_20041030.shtml   (268 words)

  
 British Garden Birds - LRWT Rutland Water
Rutland Water is managed by Leicestershire and Rutland Wildlife Trust on behalf of Anglian Water.
The lagoons are bordered by willow scrub and parts of the reserve have meadows and hedgerows.
Rutland Water has an Osprey translocation programme which aims to restore Ospreys as a breeding species in central England.
www.garden-birds.co.uk /lists/rutland.htm   (120 words)

  
 Rutland County Council
Rutland County Council is carrying out the annual consultation that helps us set the council budget for 2007/08.
Rutland County Council Highways Department had teams working continually around the county to clear fallen trees and branches (Thursday 18 January).
Rutland County Council is the latest authority to show its commitment to tackling climate change after Councillors pledged to make a significant effort to reduce carbon emissions.
www.rutland.gov.uk   (263 words)

  
 Rutland Water Golf Course   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-09)
From the true beginner and the occasional player to the more accomplished golfer, Rutland Water Golf Course has something for everyone, with challenging holes and varying tee positions to accommodate all.
Rutland Water Golf Course is well established, with rolling fairways and great greens.
Club hire is available and Rutland Water Golf Course boasts its own new driving range and fully licensed bar to quench your thirst after playing Rutlands Premier 12 hole Golf Course.
www.eurogolfing.com /courses/england/leic/rutland   (217 words)

  
 Rutland - Tourism guide to England's smallest county
Rutland is well known for being the smallest County in England covering an area 16 miles wide and 11 miles long.
Away from the tourist trail, Rutland has many hidden treasures and is often compared to the more famous Cotswolds for its natural beauty.
Accommodation is usually pretty hard to come by during this week in Rutland, and anybody wishing to visit should book well in advance.
www.rutlandtourism.co.uk /index.htm   (203 words)

  
 Tracking the mystery of the osprey's migration
At Rutland Water, England, satellite trackers have been fitted to four young ospreys, two male and two female.
This is part of Anglian Water’s conservation project to re-introduce the osprey as a breeding species to England after an absence of more than 150 years.
Anglian Water and the Leicestershire and Rutland Wildlife Trust have developed an educational programme around the osprey tracking project which will give teachers the chance to develop a range of classroom projects involving many aspect of the national curriculum.
www.waternunc.com /gb/angliw04.htm   (828 words)

  
 Rutland Water Project - Normanton Church
St Matthews Church, the private chapel to the Normanton Estate, was lucky to have escaped being demolished as it was below the high water line of the proposed reservoir.
Externally, a bank was to be built to give protection from the water, and a causeway was to be laid to provide access.
It is now a Water Museum and it is a dominant feature in the landscape at Rutland Water.
www.rutlandhistory.org /rutlandwater-4.html   (108 words)

  
 GoRutland: The official online guide to Rutland   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-09)
Rutland is a little piece of old England, hidden away at the heart of the country.
Rutland lies to the east of Leicestershire and to the west of Lincolnshire and at its heart you will find Rutland Water — Europe’s largest man-made lake.
Rutland’s two historic market towns, Oakham and Uppingham, are full of pretty honey-coloured buildings, medieval churches, interesting shops and galleries.
www.goleicestershire.com /rutland   (380 words)

  
 Rutland Water Information - Things to Do
Rutland Water - Things to Do Rutland Water is one of the largest man-made reservoirs in Europe, covering some 1225
The reservoir is in the centre of Rutland,
Rutland Water Cycling Take a trip around the reservoir on a hire bike.
www.rutlandtourism.co.uk /water.htm   (304 words)

  
 Home | Vegetarian Rutland - www.vegetarianrutland.co.uk   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-09)
Rutland may be the UK’s smallest county but it certainly isn’t the UK’s biggest nightmare as far as vegetarian and vegan catering goes!
Oakham is a market town more-or-less at the centre of Rutland and close to Rutland Water.
The villages delicately pinned around Rutland hide some of the biggest delights of the county – it is in these small societies that you will find ancient country pubs and fine food restaurants serving delicious, freshly prepared food.
www.vegetarianrutland.co.uk   (232 words)

  
 Rutland Water Hotels, Rutland Water B&Bs and Rutland Water Self-catering Accommodation from Milford
Rutland Water is a nature reserve located in Rutland, which is the smallest county in Britain.
Rutland Water is an ideal place to watch birds [such as Ospreys] and waterfowl, and can be used for a variety of watersports, including windsurfing and sailing.
The Old Plough is a traditional Inn located in the village of Braunston, 2 miles south west of Oakham and 3 miles from Rutland Water.
www.milford.co.uk /england/rutland-water.html   (166 words)

  
 Rutland Water - Accommodation guide for birdwatchers
Barley lodge is set in 5 acres of wooded parkland, close to Rutland Water.  The lodge is a modern chalet style single storey building with immaculately maintained en-suite bedrooms and spacious well-furnished bar lounge, with garden patio over looking a well-stocked pond and the rolling hills of the surrounding countryside.
Rutland Water 1 mile, famous for its Bird Sanctuary and International Bird Fair.
Rutland Water is wonderful for fishing (trout), sailing and windsurfing, walking and cycling (hire shops and clubs connected to these activities are to be found on both the north and south shores of the Lake).
www.birdsofbritain.co.uk /accommodation/rutland-accommodation.htm   (416 words)

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