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  stonehaven™ - equity release specialists - Welcome
Stonehaven are equity release specialists committed to developing new financial solutions to enhance the lives of the over 55s.
Stonehaven is regulated by the FSA (Financial Services Authority).
Stonehaven is regulated by the Safe Home Insurance Plans code of practice.
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  Stonehaven - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Stonehaven (Steenhive in the Doric dialect of Scots) is a town with around fourteen thousand inhabitants (9,577 in 2001 (census)) on the North-East coast of Scotland.
The oldest surviving structure in Stonehaven is the Stonehaven Tolbooth at the harbour, used as an early prison and now a museum.
Lord Reith of Stonehaven was the founder of the BBC.
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 Stonehaven Tolbooth - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Stonehaven Tolbooth is a late sixteenth century stone building originally used as a prison and a courthouse in the town of Stonehaven, Aberdeenshire, Scotland.
Lying midway along the old north quay of the Stonehaven Harbour, the present day Tolbooth serves as a history museum with a restaurant on the first floor (second floor in American vernacular).
By 1685 there are further accounts of the Stonehaven Tolbooth functioning as the seat of justice for all of Kincardinshire (the former shire of this district that was eventually subsumed into Aberdeenshire).
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Stonehaven_Tolbooth   (827 words)

  
 Stonehaven Ranch   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Stonehaven Ranch is a private non-profit retreat center located 8 miles west of San Marcos in the beautiful Texas hill country.
Stonehaven is a drug-and alcohol-free space which is owned and operated by women and for women and is an attempt to explore more feminist ways of doing everything.
Stonehaven Ranch is operated under the support of Genevieve Vaughan and the Foundation for a Compassionate Society.
www.gift-economy.com /stonehaven.html   (380 words)

  
 Kids.Net.Au - Encyclopedia > Stonehaven   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Stonehaven is a town on the North-East coast of Scotland.
Stonehaven has three primary schools (Dunnottar Primary, Arduthie Primary and Mill O' Forest Primary) and a secondary school (Mackie Academy).
During Hogmanay festivities, the High Street comes alive with crowds watching the annual fireballs ceremony, in which huge balls of fire on chains are swung around the heads of volunteers walking down the High Street, after which they are thrown into the sea.
www.kids.net.au /encyclopedia-wiki/st/Stonehaven   (385 words)

  
 Stonehaven - Aberdeenshire Towns Partnership
Stonehaven has a rich and varied history, with much evidence of prehistoric activity in the area substantiated by both the standing stones and the Bronze Age, Iron Age and Pictish relics discovered in and around the town.
Stonehaven Partnership's priorities have been adapted as Stonehaven's membership of ATP has reached maturity, in order to take into account the need for succession planning and providing the community with a wider role to play in the town's development; both in terms of strategy and delivery of projects.
Stonehaven is due to "exit" from the ATP programme in 2006.
www.atap.org.uk /stonehaven   (715 words)

  
 Stonehaven Ranch   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Stonehaven is an ephemeral community of guests, caregivers, animals and the land itself.
Stonehaven Ranch is a drug-and alcohol-free space, which is owned and operated by women, for women, however, both women and men who are working together to affect social change are welcome here as long as basic principles of respect and equitable relations are observed.
We reserve the right to limit the use of Stonehaven to groups that best reflect the fore-mentioned definition, and to groups that will respect the peaceful and natural quality of life at the ranch, and the principles which Stonehaven was intended to serve.
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 Stonehaven Engineering UK
Stonehaven Engineering Limited was founded by directors Alan Dow and Andrew Beveridge in 1991, two skilled engineers with a wide range of experience in the defence and oil/gas industries.
This led to the British Antarctic Survey's choice of Stonehaven Engineering as the best company to provide customer-built laboratories which could be easily shipped and installed at their site in some of the most extreme conditions to be found anywhere in the world.
Stonehaven Engineering is strategically placed in the Spurryhillock Industrial Estate at Stonehaven, 15 miles south of Aberdeen, and directly beside the main A90 dual carriageway with swift links to the UK’s motorway system, ports and airports.
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 Stonehaven Racing Greyhounds   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Wendy has been a member of the National Greyhound Association since 1998 and is co-founder of the Greyhound Racing Association of America where she serves as Secretary and Treasurer.
Greyhound welfare is of utmost importance to Stonehaven Racing Greyhounds, Inc. The greyhounds are adopted into loving homes upon retirement and financing is ensured for the adoption groups.
Stonehaven Racing Greyhounds, Inc. encourages all other owners in greyhound racing to be as responsible as they are -- to ensure that their greyhounds are placed into loving homes by utilizing the GRA/America Adoption Directory.
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 Postcards - Stonehaven Winery
The Stonehaven winery and vineyards are situated in the Limestone Coast, the area in South Australia that stretches from Padthaway in the north to the Southern Ocean.
The southermost of Stonehaven's vineyards are to be found in the Coonawarra.
Stonehaven's 12,000 tonne winery is strategically placed south of Padthaway, the gateway to the Limestone Coast region.
www.postcards.sa.com.au /features/stonehaven_winery.html   (521 words)

  
 Wahooma UK Directory : Stonehaven   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Stonehaven based accountancy business providing services to self employed businesses and one man limited companies, including book-keeping training on a one to one basis.
Mackie Academy is a secondary school in the town of Stonehaven in South Aberdeenshire.
Stonehaven is a pleasant holiday town on the North East Coast of Scotland.
www.wahooma.co.uk /Scotland/Aberdeenshire/Stonehaven   (131 words)

  
 Stonehaven Accommodation Index - Stonehaven, Scotland UK
Nestling in Stonehaven Bay on Scotland’s east coast 15 miles south of Aberdeen, Stonehaven is contained by towering cliffs of ‘pudding stone’ north and south which offer great views of the town.
This dramatic coastline is the reason for the town’s existence; Stonehaven Bay provides the most sheltered harbour in the area and the only shelter on the east coast when the wind blows from certain directions.
The oldest building in Stonehaven itself is the Tollbooth, constructed as a store house during the reconstruction of Dunnottar Castle after its burning by Wallace and his men.
www.scottishaccommodationindex.com /stonehavenpic.htm   (716 words)

  
 Heritage
John Christie was born and bred in Stonehaven, he attended Fetteresso School and then the old Mackie Academy, he is the third generation to run the family painting and decorating firm in Stonehaven and has a keen interest in old photos of the town and what Stonehaven used to be like.
Stonehaven Harbour was originally a small natural bay to the south of the mouth of the River Carron, sheltered to the southeast by Downie Point.
On October 28th 1651 proclamation was made from the Cross, of the attempt by the Commonwealth to incorporate Scotland with England and called upon the burgh of Stonehaven to elect representatives of integrity disposed to the welfare and peace to appear at Dalkeith to agree to the proposed Union.
www.stonehaven-heritage.org /text_only.html   (3430 words)

  
 Stonehaven
Stonehaven is a remote city and rarely gets visitors, though merchants' caravans sometimes export goods all the way up to Clivebin.
Stonehaven to Clivebin - Stonehaven to Clivebin is roughly 600 miles, which would be at least a month's dangerous walking travel along the coast.
Always restraining himself from being too carefree and obvious with his source of wealth, Cyllwnath was able to wisely invest and lend moneys here and there to support exactly the kind of establishment that in turn then supported the development of the kind of community and town he intended.
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 Stonehaven Feature Page on Undiscovered Scotland
Stonehaven lies on the main road and rail routes, fifteen miles south of Aberdeen.
Stonehaven's harbour and the old town lying behind it are full of character and interest.
Stonehaven's main through road, Allardyce Street, runs close behind the promenade and beach of Stonehaven Bay.
www.undiscoveredscotland.co.uk /stonehaven/stonehaven   (511 words)

  
 Stonehaven - This Portal site shows you why Stonehaven in Scotland is special
Stonehaven has achieved world wide recognition for the unique Fireballs Festival which brings each year to a close as thousands of people celebrate Hogmanay.
Stonehaven is an ideal location for exploring North East Scotland's Coastal Trail which winds it's way from St. Cyrus in the South through Stonehaven and Aberdeen to Kinnaird Head then round to Findhorn.
Stonehaven is one of twelve towns participating in the SusSET Project a European initiative to help sustain small expanding towns.
www.portalnetwork.net /stonehavenguide   (377 words)

  
 GreenvilleOnline.com - Stonehaven   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Stonehaven, a neighborhood popular with families and newcomers, sits along Woodruff Road, putting it close to retail shopping centers, two interstates and some of the county's highest-achieving schools.
Stonehaven, now in its eighth phase, is divided into two similar sections.
Stonehaven is in the middle of one of the Upstate's most popular shopping areas, and it's less than three miles from Interstates 85 and 385.
greenvilleonline.com /communities/neighborhoods/stonehaven.htm   (1045 words)

  
 Stonehaven Town Map - R P A Smith Street Plans
Stonehaven is a thriving coastal burgh and seaside resort, 15 miles south of Aberdeen, with a railway station on the main line to Edinburgh, Glasgow and London.
A favourite subject for Scottish pictorial calendars and postcards, Stonehaven Harbour was established by the Earl Marischal and improved in 1826 by Robert Stevenson, the engineer grandfather of Robert Louis Stevenson.
The isolated castle rock, separated from the main landform by a deep valley, accommodates a substantial gatehouse, a five-storey early 15th century tower or keep, a particularly large well and the graveyard of a former parish church.
www.rpasmith.co.uk /stonehaven.htm   (1366 words)

  
 Stonehaven
The Stonehaven line is truly a complete one, with many options for personalizing its use, including wall accent tiles and strips with a geometric design, and decorative borders and corners.
Ideal for baths, kitchens and entryways, Stonehaven is a wonderful way to transform your home into a cherished haven.
Stonehaven floor tiles are not recommended for exterior use or areas subject to water or grease accumulation.
www.thevirtualshowroom.com /CT/Dal/Floors/stonehaven.htm   (176 words)

  
 Banfi Vintners - What's New
Stonehaven was introduced into the US market in March, with three distinct tiers of regional varietals.
The Stonehaven winery, opened in 1998, is located in Padthaway, with a 2,000-acre collection of dedicated vineyards in the Padthaway, Wrattonbully, Coonawara and Elgin Valley areas of the "Limestone Coast," a prestigious wine-growing region.
Stonehaven's vineyards were assembled and planted over the past 25 years by Australia's leading wine company, BRL Hardy, which then developed Stonehaven to focus on the Limestone Coast's unique terroir.
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 Stonehaven Executive Summary
The Stonehaven Town Partnership, which includes local community members and representatives of the major public concerns in the Northeast, wrote the plan: Aberdeenshire Council, Scottish Enterprise Grampian, and Communities Scotland.
Top priority is a programme of works to stabilise and make improvements to areas such as the harbour, the town centre, the beach and the recreation area, in order to maximise their uses by residents and visitors.
Stonehaven residents and workers can be justly proud of their town and this attitude should be promoted widely.
www.atap.org.uk /stonehaven/exec_summary.htm   (831 words)

  
 Stonehaven Tree Farm - Centerburg, Ohio
Stonehaven Farm serves nurseries, individuals and cut-your-own trees from our 68 acre farm located in Centerburg, Ohio has been our passion since it's inception.
Stonehaven Farm features spacious green fields as far as the eye can see, surrounded by wooded bliss.
Standing in one of our fields you can see row after row of towering beautiful trees in hues of green, blue-green and light green, just begging to be brought home and either planted in your yard or decorated with love in your living room.
www.stonehaventreefarm.com /default.asp   (173 words)

  
 Stonehaven Heritage Society
Stonehaven’s rich built heritage makes a very important contribution to our environment and helps define the “Sense of Place” of our historic town– this unfortunately can all too readily be compromised through unsympathetic development.
He has a keen interest in local history and is Editor of several publications, including Stonehaven of Old, Vols I and II, books of old photographs of the town and Picturesque Stonehaven, a reprint of 1899 guide to the town.
He is a Solicitor and Estate Agent in Stonehaven and also heavily involved in other organizations in the town including dunnottar church, Stonehaven and District Motor Club and Stonehaven Business Association.
www.stonehaven-heritage.org /content/officials.asp   (363 words)

  
 The Great Warming - About Stonehaven
At Stonehaven, she has worked as a script/proposal writer, creative director, producer and executive producer.
Kathryn is a former Vice-President and Senior Producer/Writer at Stonehaven.
Dino joined Stonehaven in early 2003, as a post-production assistant with a background in film studies.
www.thegreatwarming.com /aboutstonehaven.html   (770 words)

  
 Stonehave luxurious boat cruises on the vaal river on designer boats - south africa
The Royal Stonehaven is the most luxurious Cruiser on the Vaal River.
The Royal Stonehaven has alongside mooring facilities for speedboats and jet skis should you wish to ski or Jet Ski during your Cruise.
Stonehaven on Vaal is positioned next to the most beautiful millionaire homes on the Vaal River, so the cruise is really interesting.
www.stonehaven.co.za /entertainment.php   (864 words)

  
 Stonehaven, North East Scotland - The website
A mile or so to the South of Stonehaven standing out from the coast on a stupendous rock is the great castle of Dunnottar.
Where famous people are concerned, Stonehaven's greatest son is Robert William Thomson the most prolific inventor of the 19th century and inventor of the Pneumatic (Rubber) tyre.
Stonehaven rests on the east coast of Scotland, overlooking the North Sea and its natural and ecconomic riches.
www.mearns.org.uk /stonehaven   (353 words)

  
 Aberdeenshire Council - Stonehaven Statistics
Stonehaven is the largest town in the Kincardine and Mearns area.
Stonehaven has many attractive features for tourists; the open air pool, Dunnottar Castle, The Tolbooth Museum, a picturesque harbour, a dramatic setting with coastal and woodland walks, and many events including the world famous Fire Ball celebrations on New Year's Eve.
'Stonehaven: It's Special' has formed a tourism group which is working at ways to promote the town and ensure that it meets the needs of tourists.
www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk /statistics/area/stonehaven.asp   (541 words)

  
 About Stonehaven Icelandics
Stonehaven Icelandics is one of the oldest Icelandic horse studs in the United Kingdom and is unique in breadth and depth of experience.
Stonehaven Icelandics offers the opportunity to purchase good quality home bred Icelandic horses from quality stock with a known background.
Stonehaven Icelandics have supplied horses to private owners and riding centres throughout the country and many of these horses have gained respected reputations in their own right.
www.stonehaven-icelandics.co.uk /about_us.htm   (329 words)

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