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  PSP Southampton Boat Show :: Home
The PSP Southampton Boat Show, in association with ITV Meridian, will return from 12-21 September 2008.
National Boat Shows (NBS) has unveiled an exciting new sponsor for the Southampton Boat Show, as it begins preparations for its 40th Show next year.
The 39th Southampton Boat Show, in association with ITV Meridian, finished today after a successful ten days.
www.southamptonboatshow.com   (213 words)

  Southampton - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Southampton is a city and major port situated on the south coast of England.
There are three members of parliament for the city: Rt Hon John Denham (Labour) for Southampton Itchen (constituency for the east of the city), Dr Alan Whitehead (Labour) for Southampton Test (the west of the city), and Sandra Gidley (Liberal Democrat) for Romsey (which includes a portion of the north of the city).
Southampton is also well served by the rail network, used by both freight services to and from the docks, and passenger services as part of the national rail system.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Southampton   (2409 words)

 Southampton F.C. - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In 1999 Southampton were given the go-ahead to build a new 32,000-seat stadium in the St Mary's area of the city, a welcome move after playing in the cramped Dell since 1898.
Southampton supporters have taken to referring to their local rivals as both "Scum" and "Skates", the latter a derisive term used in Portsmouth to describe sailors.
As of 2006, rivalry remains fierce, but Southampton will have to wait at the very least another year to be able to play Portsmouth in the league, with Pompey managing to survive in the Premiership against all odds.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Southampton_F.C.   (2260 words)

 Southampton (city) - Hutchinson encyclopedia article about Southampton (city)   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Southampton is first mentioned as the place where the Viking Canute defeated Ethelred the Unready in 1016 to become king of England.
In response to a devastating raid by the French in 1338, the town became one of the best-defended fortresses in England.
Southampton port is a home base for many liners and cruise ships (the QE II was formerly based here); it also has ferry links to the Isle of Wight.
encyclopedia.farlex.com /Southampton+(city)   (551 words)

Southampton is a seaport standing on the peninsula between the mouths of the rivers Test and Itchen.
Southampton was in decline until it was revived by the coming of the railways.
Southampton is a truly ancient town, for it is in a manner dying with age; the decay of the trade is the real decay of the town; and all the business of moment that is transacted there, is the trade between us and the islands of Jersey and Guernsey.
www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk /ITsouthampton.htm   (308 words)

The first Southampton was laid down at Norfolk as a side wheel steamer in October 1841, but her machinery proved to be unsatisfactory and was removed.
Southampton returned to Hampton Roads on 16 December 1846 and was repaired at the Norfolk Navy Yard.
Southampton returned to New York on 31 March 1855, was decommissioned on 6 April, and was sold later that year.
www.history.navy.mil /danfs/s15/southampton.htm   (275 words)

 Sporting Life - Football News | Football Transfer News, Arsenal v Sunderland Live, Football News, Live Premier League ...
Southampton are the most unpredictable team in the Coca-Cola Championship, following their 5-1 mauling by struggling Preston with a 2-1 win away at Sheffield United.
But the Spaniard was involved again when Southampton took the lead after 17 minutes.
The diminutive Dyer almost restored Southampton's two-goal lead five minutes before the break but his 25-yard shot came back off the bar.
www.sportinglife.com /football/live/reports/story_get.cgi?STORY_NAME=soccer/07/10/06/SOCCER_Southampton.html   (514 words)

 Port of Southampton   (Site not responding. Last check: )
One of the country’s busiest and most successful deep-water ports, Southampton is a natural choice for a wide range of customers and trades, with facilities to handle virtually any type of cargo.
Southampton is the UK’s leading vehicle-handling port, and has long been the UK’s principal cruise port, handling in excess of 200 cruise calls and well over half a million passengers in 2004.
It is also a major handler of liquid and dry bulks and containers, and almost half of the UK’s containerised trade with the whole of the Far East is handled at this port.
www.abports.co.uk /southampton   (243 words)

 Welcome to the Southampton County, Virginia Web Site - Government - Commissioner of Revenue
The County of Southampton taxes cars, trucks, buses, motorcycles, motor homes, trailers, semitrailer, boats, recreational vehicles, aircraft, wreckers/tow trucks, mobile homes, etc. This tax is assessed by the Commissioner of the Revenue.
In accordance with §58.1-3103 of the Code of Virginia, the valuation method used by Southampton County to assess “Local Mobile Property” (airplanes, boats, campers, recreational vehicles and trailers) is a percentage of owner’s original cost or a recognizedpricing guide, whichever is applicable.
If vehicles used by students and garaged at schools outside of Southampton County are titled solely to the student, or jointly with a parent, it is liable to Southampton County for personal property tax and decal display.
www.southamptoncounty.org /commrev.asp   (1569 words)

 Welcome to the Southampton County Schools Web Site - Schools
Hands-on-learning, combined with the core content areas of math, science, language arts, social studies, as well as computer and technology instruction are the major focus areas.
The Southampton County School Board is planning to offer an all-inclusive program of studies for the 2005-2006 school year.
Southampton County Schools Officials encourage the public to visit our schools and give comments.
www.southampton.k12.va.us /schools2004.html   (232 words)

Southampton is also home to the SeaWork exhibition, usually held on the dockside to allow exhibitors to demonstrate their vessels to customers.
The Second World War hit Southampton particularly hard, partly because of its strategic importance as the major industrial area on the South Coast and partly because of the city's links to the Supermarine Spitfire fighter aircraft, which was invented and manufactured in Southampton.
Southampton is also well served by the rail network, used by both freight services to and from the docks, and passenger services as part of the national rail system.
www.solarnavigator.net /geography/hampshire/southampton.htm   (2383 words)

 Southampton College: Admissions
Southampton Graduate Campus' size, beautiful location, excellent programs, personal attention and generous financial aid are among the many reasons students transfer here.
The decision to come to Southampton can be as right for the local community college graduate as it is for the freshman who has just completed a year in residence at a large urban university.
Some, classified as non-degree students by Southampton Graduate Campus, are those who retain their secondary school status by taking a limited number of secondary school subjects concurrently with college courses, thus sharing their days between secondary school and college.
www.southampton.liunet.edu /admin/admissio/admissio.htm   (1759 words)

 Southampton local Area information   (Site not responding. Last check: )
There are a variety of multi-storey public car parks within easy reach of the centre of the city, details of which can be found on Southampton City Councils website.
There are very good bus services throughout the town, and a public 'Tripplanner' system live on the web and operating at various public terminals to help residents and visitors journeys.
Southampton has a main Railway Station (frequent services from Waterloo, Basingstoke, Bournemouth, Winchester and Portsmouth).
www.hants.gov.uk /localpages/south_west/southampton/attract.html   (499 words)

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The Southampton City Council website has recently undergone a complete restructure and redesign and it may be that you are searching for a page that has been moved or renamed under the new website structure.
If you encounter any further problems, please contact webmaster@southampton.gov.uk for further assistance.
www.southampton.gov.uk /building-planning/planning/sustainability/fairtrade/fairtrade-city.asp   (183 words)

 Southampton travel guide - Wikitravel
Southampton [1] is a port city on England's South East coast.
Southampton was devastated by bombing during the Second World War, meaning that much of the city and its heritage was destroyed.
Southampton is a busy port city, and as such has numerous sea links to countries across the world.
wikitravel.org /en/Southampton   (2345 words)

 Two dead in separate Southampton crashes - Newsday.com
Two separate fatal accidents in Southampton Town Tuesday night, one involving a motorcycle, left a Flanders man and a Hampton Bays man dead, the police said.
Cruz, of Flanders, was taken to Southampton Hospital where he later died, the police said.
Del Rey was pronounced dead at the scene and was taken to the county medical examiner's office for further examination, the Southampton Town police said.
www.newsday.com /news/local/longisland/ny-lifata0628,0,3226381.story?track=rss   (213 words)

 Southampton Bed and Breakfast, Cheap Hotel and Guest House Accommodation
Southampton is a city and major port situated on the south coast of England.
Southampton is named the 'Green City' as it is graced with many green spaces and parks.
The largest green space is Southampton Common, parts of which are used to host the annual summer festivals, circuses and funfairs.
www.bedandbreakfasts.co.uk /propertysearch.asp?townCity=Southampton   (974 words)

 Village of Southampton   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Village of Southampton, settled in 1640 and incorporated in 1894, historically began with a small group of English Puritans who set sail from Lynn, Massachusetts and landed on June 12, 1640 at what is now known as Conscience Point.
It is the oldest English settlement in the state of New York and is named after the British Earl of Southampton.
Large estates were designed and built and the Village of Southampton grew and prospered.
www.southamptonvillage.org /home.htm   (304 words)

 University of Southampton: Facts and details from Encyclopedia Topic   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Southampton is probably best known as an engineering, EHandler: no quick summary.
(Southampton has the second largest research income in the UK for the physical science physical science quick summary:
The University of Southampton was originally called the Hartley Institution and was formed in 1862 as the result of a benefaction by a local wine merchant.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/u/un/university_of_southampton.htm   (1425 words)

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Southampton, one of the founder members of the FA Premier League in 1992, signalled their ambitions with a move to their impressive new St Mary's Stadium in the summer of 2001.
Formed in 1885 and originally named Southampton St Mary's, the Saints were an original member of the Football League's Third Division in 1920.
A 30-year spell in the second tier ended in relegation, but a golden era began with promotion to the First Division in 1966 and the arrival of European football on the south coast.
www.premierleague.com /fapl.rac?command=forwardOnly&nextPage=enClubDetail&id=18   (469 words)

 Hamptons.com - Around Town - Southampton
The name of the town honors Henry Wriothesly, the Earl of Southampton, a well-respected figure in the colonies during the 17th century.
Each Town and Village in the Hamptons has that one little street or alley that has the best shops and is a secret to all but a select few who take the time to try something new.
The heart of Southampton is Main Street in the Village.
www.hamptons.com /aroundtown.ihtml?townflag=1   (389 words)

 BBC - Southampton - Webcams - City Centre camera
By 1450, Southampton was the third most important port in the Kingdom.
The dawn of the New World began at Southampton in 1620 when the Pilgrim Fathers embarked for America on the Mayflower and the Speedwell.
It meant much of Southampton had to be re-built in the post-war period - which is why you see so many relatively modern buildings.
www.bbc.co.uk /southampton/webcams/civic_cam.shtml   (233 words)

 Southampton, Massachusetts MA, town profile (Hampshire County) - hotels, festivals, genealogy, newspapers - ePodunk
Southampton is a town in Hampshire County, in the Springfield metro area.
At the time of the 2000 census, the per capita income in Southampton was $26,205, compared with $21,587 nationally.
Median rent in Southampton, at the time of the 2000 Census, was $588.
www.epodunk.com /cgi-bin/genInfo.php?locIndex=3141   (519 words)

 St. Louis Neighborhoods
The Southampton Neighborhood is a peaceful, charming neighborhood of tree-lined streets.
Another great advantage to Southampton living is the convenience to world-class cultural institutions.
In the 1990 census, Southampton was rated as one of the top residential choices for families in the 25-35 age bracket.
stlouis.missouri.org /southampton   (161 words)

 Southampton from Football365.com   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Southampton managing director Andrew Cowen has called on major shareholder Michael Wilde to provide the full details of his proposed takeover of the club.
Southampton chairman Rupert Lowe is being urged to walk away with his head held high or face the ignominy of being voted out.
Major Southampton shareholder Michael Wilde claims his frustration at weeks of fruitless negotiations with Rupert Lowe has forced him to call an EGM in a bid to oust the controversial Saints chairman.
www.football365.com /Homegrounds/Southampton/News/index.shtml   (381 words)

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