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  Ryde - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ryde is a British seaside town and the second largest urban area on the Isle of Wight, with a population of approximately 30,000.
Anthony Minghella - the Hollywood director was born in Ryde in 1954.
Albert Pollard - the historian was born in Ryde on 16 December 1869.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Ryde   (540 words)

  
 Ryde, New South Wales - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ryde is a suburb in the City of Ryde in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.
Ryde Pool was home to water polo events for the Sydney Olympics, held in 2000.
Top Ryde is the location of the Ryde council office, library and the office of the current NSW MP John Watkins.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Ryde,_New_South_Wales   (295 words)

  
 North Ryde, New South Wales - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
North Ryde is a suburb in the north of Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia.
It is part of the region of Lower North Shore, the state electorates of Lane Cove and Ryde and the federal electorate of Division of Bennelong.
North Ryde was established in the mid 19th century in what was a heavily vegetated area, as a farming district next to the already established district of Ryde.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/North_Ryde   (600 words)

  
 Ryde Regatta
Ryde Rowing Clubs Annual Regatta, 2006, which is part of the Hants and Dorset Amateur Rowing Associations Championship Regatta Programme will take place on Saturday, 13th May, from Appley Beach, Ryde, near their Appley Park Clubhouse.
The Regatta Committee are also delighted to announce that Ward House Financial Services, the independent financial advisers, based in Ryde who have recently moved to prestigious new premises on the corner of Cross Street and Union street, have agreed to continue as the Regatta’s main sponsor for a fifth year.
Ryde Rowing Clubs Annual Regatta - part of the Hants and Dorset ARA Championship Regatta Programme - in addition to the main event sponsorship, is giving an opportunity to members and friends of the Cub, who have their own businesses to take out a "Small Ad" in the Regatta programme.
www.salkeld.freeserve.co.uk /ryde_regatta.htm   (799 words)

  
 Ryde
Ryde was discovered a few years after the Exodus from Terra had begun.
Ryde also had three seas, but the steaming hot water tainted yellow with sulfur and heavy metals made them unusable.
Thanks to the persistence of those early settlers, it is also capable of sustaining a large population with food grown in the rich volcanic soil.
www.skye-rangers.net /planets/ryde.htm   (150 words)

  
 GLYDE RYDE - Specifications   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Originally designed to provide professional walleye fishermen with a safer, smoother ride on large inland waters, the new stainless steel GLYDE RYDE (also known as the "Gorilla Glyde") is now available for a wide range of commercial, military, sport boating and other public and private sector applications, both on inland waters and offshore.
The GLYDE RYDE Suspension is rated for 500 pound impact and warranted for one year from date of purchase.
The GLYDE RYDE system simply attaches between the swivel mount and your existing seat, and can be installed in just a few minutes with ordinary hand tools.
www.glyde-ryde.com /Specs.html   (450 words)

  
 Address to Ryde Business Forum Ryde, Sydney   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Ryde has a remarkable history, it’s one of the areas of Sydney settled earliest in the history of New South Wales, and over the last decade or two it has become truly an important national business centre for certain categories of information technology, medical research and allied businesses.
And the notion of the high tech lifestyle location which has been one of the things that has promoted Ryde to the rest of the business community in Australia is something that the community has done extremely well.
The grouping here today, the strength of the Ryde Business Forum, the strength of the various chambers of commerce that contribute to it, they all emphasise that small business in Australia in 2003 is very much alive and well.
www.pm.gov.au /news/speeches/speech588.html   (1926 words)

  
 Ryde, New South Wales - Travelmate
Ryde has some great parks, including Putney Park, with a giant slide and water play feature, Banjo Paterson Park which includes Rockend Cottage, a childhood home of the poet Banjo Paterson and Field of Mars Reserve, with protected flora and fauna.
Ryde is one of the highest points between the city and the Blue Mountains, and there are several locations offering spectacular views across the Sydney Basin.
It was near Ryde in Eastwood that Maria Smith grew the first Granny Smith apples, and each year the Granny Smith Festival celebrates with a parade, food stalls, entertainment and fireworks.
www.travelmate.com.au /Places/Places.asp?TownName=Ryde_\_NSW   (523 words)

  
 GLYDE RYDE - Marine suspension boat seats
Designed to provide a safer, smoother ride on rough water, the stainless steel GLYDE RYDE is available for a wide range of commercial, military, sport boating and other public and private sector applications, both on inland waters and offshore.
GLYDE RYDE fitted Alaskan fishing charter boat operated by Seldovia Fishing Adventures.
Department personnel note that GLYDE RYDES have improved ride performance considerably, by greatly reducing the jarring impacts associated with operating the boat in windy, open water.
www.glyde-ryde.com   (752 words)

  
 St Charles School Ryde - Homepage
Charles' Ryde is the primary school of St Charles Borromeo Catholic parish, Ryde.
As the parish school, the resources of St Charles Ryde are the resources of the St Charles Borromeo parish community.
The parish priest, in collaboration with the school principal, staff and parents is responsible for the faith development of the students of the primary school - their religious education, their preparation for and reception of the sacraments and their initiation into the liturgical life of the Church.
www.scps.ryde.syd.catholic.edu.au   (277 words)

  
 Welcome to the Project Ryde website.
Ryde is one of the main gateways to the Isle of Wight and its largest town.
In 2000 the Isle of Wight Partnership and Ryde Development Trust were awarded £6.25m of SRB 6 funding via the South East England Development Agency (SEEDA) to implement Ryde 2000 - a range of regeneration initiatives within the themes of learning and employment, social inclusion, physical regeneration and business development.
This public realm strategy is a key initiative within Ryde 2000 and has been developed to ensure that the SRB funding is used to deliver sustainable and appropriate public realm solutions in Ryde, underpinned by quality of design, local distinctiveness and respect for historic character.
www.projectryde.org   (890 words)

  
 Ryde Hôtels - Hôtel Logement à Ryde | England Royaume-Uni
Ryde Hôtels - Hôtel Logement à Ryde
Ryde Castle Hotel is a distinctive and majestic Victorian building.
With a great range of budget to luxury hotels in Ryde, with many reviews and thousands of visitors per day, you can be sure to enjoy your England visit.
www.simplehotels.com /fr/gb/ryde   (290 words)

  
 Granny Smith and her Apples   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
It was at St. Anne's in 1842 that the Smiths' ninth child, William, was baptised in May 1842, aged 2 months.
From the earliest days of European settlement the district of Ryde had enjoyed a reputation for fruit growing.
Maria Ann Smith died on 9 March 1870 and was buried in St. Anne's cemetery, Ryde.
www.ryde.nsw.gov.au /ryde/msherwood.htm   (702 words)

  
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Ryde is the largest town on the Isle of Wight, situated on the north-east coast.
This page is intended to display a range of my other pictures of Ryde, it is not meant to be a comprehensive guide to the town.
This is a realistic scan of the colours, it seems to have been 'hand coloured' fl and white photo, rather than a colour photograph.
www.ryde.shalfleet.net   (243 words)

  
 Ryde Hotel   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The Ryde attracted celebrities of all types from presidents and politicians to movie stars and mobsters.
Located in the heart of the Delta, there is immediate access to hundreds of miles of warm, calm waterways offering world class fishing, power and sail boating, water skiing and sightseeing.
In addition, the Ryde frequently hosts special events and there is an awesome Champagne Brunch Buffet every Sunday in the Main Dining Room.
www.rydehotel.com /about.html   (585 words)

  
 Ryde photographic gallery   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Ryde was one of the first places in England to have a pier, and now it has one of the most remarkable of all piers, three in one, running out for half a mile for trains, for trams, and for those who walk.
The theatre at Ryde is interesting because it stands on the site of an old theatre in which the famous Mrs Jordan appeared for the last time in England and Ellen Terry for the first time on the stage.
Arriving at Ryde in the middle of the night, the poor storm-tossed women looked so sadly disreputable that the proprietor of the York Hotel, called from his bed, hesitated about receiving them.
www.iwcam.gothere.uk.com /iwcam/HTML-JavaFiles/PhotoGallery/PG-Rydejava.htm   (1358 words)

  
 GENUKI: Ryde   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
"RYDE, a chapelry, post and market town, in the parish of Newchurch, liberty of East Medina, Isle of Wight, county Hants, 5 miles S.W. of Portsmouth, 7 N.E. of Newport, and 79 S.W. of London.
It is situated on the declivity of a hill extending to the shores of the Solent Water, and opposite to Stokes Bay and Portsmouth Harbour.
A transcription of the section for Ryde from the National Gazetteer (1868) provided by Colin Hinson.
www.genuki.org.uk:8080 /big/eng/HAM/IOW/Ryde   (124 words)

  
 Ryde Rowing Club
Wightlink, Isle of Wight Ferries have agreed to sponsor the Isle of Wight based, Ryde Rowing Club for a further year taking the agreement through to May, 2006.
They provide the Club with considerable assistance in transporting their competitors, coaches and equipment to and from the Island for mainland competition throughout the year.
Wightlink’s sponsorship of the Ryde Club is the companies oldest sponsorship agreement - as they were the first Club sponsored by the company, formally known as Sealink following their support of the 1987 Isle of Wight hosted South Coast Rowing Championships Regatta.
www.salkeld.freeserve.co.uk   (455 words)

  
 Ryde Harbour Isle of Wight
Ryde Harbour dries and is only accessible to small craft approximately 2.5 hours before HW and 2 hours after HW.
The approach channel across Ryde bears 202 Magnetic and is marked by Port and Starboard Navigational buoys as shown above.
Further information concerning the running of the Harbour can be obtained from the Ryde Harbour Master (01983) 613879.
www.iwight.com /just_visiting/yachting/ryde_harbour.asp   (183 words)

  
 Saddle Up and Ryde Dis   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Ryde Dis MC (RDMC) is a group of professionals who just want to ride.
RDMC is not a group who goes from corner to corner, or from block to block to post up.
RYDE-ING until they cannot RYDE anymore.If you are interested in just RYDE-ING with a group of people who just want to RYDE then RDMC is the place for you.
www.rydedismc.com   (205 words)

  
 RugbyNet - RYDE RUGBY
Ryde Rugby is a family oriented club with the simple aim of providing a fun and safe environment for children to play junior rugby.
If you would like to learn more about Ryde Rugby, make new friends or just have a lot of fun playing in the Eastwood junior competition, please contact us or come along any Wednesday afternoon at Ryde Park from 5-7:00pm.
Registration for the 2006 Season which commences in March 2006 will be available during February at Ryde Park, Ryde from 5:00pm to 7:00pm Friday nights or contact Marty Rodgers on 0448 881223 or refer Committee Page.
www.ryde.rugbynet.com.au   (196 words)

  
 Ryde Hotels, Sydney - Check-in.com.au - Ryde Hotels & Accommodation
Located in the heart of Sydney's Northwestern technology-belt, Somerset North Ryde's residences are equipped with innovative business facilities and modern amenities.
Located in a quiet, picturesque setting on the grounds of the Macquarie University campus at North Ryde, this hotel is the perfect venue for a meeting, a conference training program or just overnight accommodation.
The Blaxland hotel is located in Ryde, and is centrally placed for customers wishing to visit North Ryde for business, or to go to events at Homebush.
www.check-in.com.au /Sydney/Ryde_hotels.htm   (423 words)

  
 Ryde CC - Play-Cricket -   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
If you are involved in Ryde Cricket Club then apply for on-line membership and you can enjoy all the member only areas and functions on the site.
The Ryde Cricket Club website is dedicated to the memory of Stuart Dove, a talented young cricketer who was devoted to the sport and his club.
Ryde Cricket Club has a fascinating history dating back to 1829.
rydecc.play-cricket.com /home/home.asp   (251 words)

  
 RYDE
The Ryde Centre of RDA began in 1984 in the grounds of the Royal Rehabilitation Centre Sydney.
"Ted" and "Jason" were donated to the Ryde Centre of RDA and were our first two horses.
There is very strong demand for the services provided by the Ryde Centre and so there is a long waiting list.
www.rdansw.org.au /centres/centre_detail.php?centre_id=16   (248 words)

  
 ryde   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Ryde was one of the first places in England to have a pier, and now this has been made into one of the most remarkable of all piers, for it is three piers in one, running out for half a mile with trains, connecting up to the boats to Portsmouth/Southsea.
There is still a theatre at Ryde that stands on the site of an old theatre in which the famous Mrs Jordan appeared for the last time in England and Ellen Terry for the first time on the stage.
Fielding the novelist is reported to have stayed here to gain strength for that epic voyage to Lisbon in 1754.
www.southernlife.org.uk /ryde.htm   (1094 words)

  
 Netguide to Ryde on The Isle of Wight   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Netguide to Ryde on The Isle of Wight
Known as the gateway to the Island, Ryde is a pleasant Victorian town with full holiday facilities.
Behind the arcade is St Thomas's church, recently renovated to house the British Australian Heritage Society's exhibition which commemorates the first fleets to sail to Australia from Ryde.
www.netguides.co.uk /wight/context/ryde.html   (290 words)

  
 Isle of Wight accommodation: Seahaven Hotel Ryde Isle of Wight   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
A warm friendly welcome awaits you at the Seahaven, an early Victorian building which faces Ryde Pier and the Western Beach.
Ryde Theatre and of course good sandy beaches, Sailing, Water Sports, Fishing and Golf.
Ryde acts as an ideal base for walking and cycling holidays.
www.netguides.co.uk /wight/standard/seahaven.html   (184 words)

  
 Ryde Hoteles - Hotele Comodidad en Ryde | England Reino Unido
(Hotel is 98.8 miles from Ryde - in the town of Newport) (5 Estrella)
(Hotel is 5 miles from Ryde - in the town of Sandown) (4 Estrella)
(Hotel is 5.8 miles from Ryde - in the town of Portsmouth) (4 Estrella)
www.simplehotels.com /es/gb/ryde   (281 words)

  
 Ryde Ferry Port - information for travelling to Ryde ferry port
For ferry bookings, please visit our Ryde Ferry or Ferry to Ryde pages.
There is a local Rail service to and from Ryde St John's and Ryde Esplanade run by Island Line.
We can also arrange hotels in Ryde and many cities and destinations throughout Europe.
www.directferries.co.uk /ryde.htm   (115 words)

  
 Ruff Ryders: Ryde or Die Compilation, Vol. 1
The all-star hip-hop collective/production team Ruff Ryders included CEOs Chivon, Dee, and Waah Dean, producers Swizz Beatz, DJ Shok, and PK, and gold and platinum-selling rappers DMX, Eve, Drag On, and the LOX (Shawn "Sheek" Jacobs, Jayson Phillips, and David Styles).
Acknowledging the rise of Southern rap, 2003's Ryde or Die, Vol.
4 from 2005 dropped "Ryde or Die" from the title of the series and introduced the talented rapper Flashy.
djangomusic.com /item_music.asp?id=R+++400502&djc=&afid=LORR041011338   (143 words)

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