Synonyms for lezayre or Related words with lezayre

lonan              arbory              egloshayle              trevalga              malew              ugborough              feock              pelynt              poundstock              merther              ballaugh              lanivet              lansallos              swimbridge              towednack              rudbaxton              blisland              sutcombe              morvah              morchard              ilsington              perranzabuloe              jacobstow              lamorran              altarnun              llaneilian              whippingham              mylor              vasalemma              crookham              dairsie              garway              crathie              landkey              michaelstow              llangadwaladr              sangaste              landewednack              luppitt              crowlas              marown              treyford              brushford              gunwalloe              batcombe              deerness              irongray              elsted              gulval              braddan             



Examples of "lezayre"
primary A3 Lezayre Road in the town of Ramsey, in the parish of Lezayre in the Isle of Man.
Jurby borders the parishes of Andreas to the east, Lezayre to the south-east, and Ballaugh to the south.
Andreas is a parish in the sheading of Ayre in the north of the Isle of Man. The other two parishes in Ayre are Bride and Lezayre. Andreas borders Jurby to the west, Bride to the east and Lezayre to the south. The Irish Sea is to the north.
() is one of six sheadings in the Isle of Man and consists of the parishes of Andreas, Bride and Lezayre.
Towards the end of his life his home was in Glentramman, Lezayre. It was here that he died on New Year's Eve in 1963, aged 87.
It is easily the largest Keys constituency in area, and includes the parishes of Michael, Ballaugh, Jurby, Andreas, Bride and Lezayre.
Sulby, (North Germanic languages: Sõlabyr ('Soli's estate')), a village in the parish of Lezayre containing the "Treen of the Curragh of Kirk Christ Lezayre" and the "Land of the Monks of Myrosco", is located on the Castletown to Ramsey primary A3 road in the Isle of Man. The name Sulby, Sõlabyr ('Soli's estate') or Sulaby (cleft farm) reflects the Scandinavian influence in Isle of Man place-names.
Previously of Hill Top, Belmont, Lancashire Hick died at the age of 78 after some months of failing health when living at Mytton Hall, Whalley, Lancashire and Lezayre, Isle of Man, where he was also a Justice of the Peace.
It is situated on the A3 Castletown to Ramsey road and the side junction with the B14 Road of the Ayre ("Bernaharra Road") in the parish of Lezayre in the Isle of Man.
They play next to the Scoill Ree Gorree school on Lezayre Road. They play in a blue and black home strip with a green goalkeeper top, with a red and black away strip with a yellow goalkeeper top.
The North Barrule is located at grid reference 442909 and forms the north-eastern end of a ridge. It forms the boundary between the parishes of Lezayre and Maughold.
Kerrowmoar (from ) is situated adjacent to the 22nd Milestone on the primary A3 Castletown to Ramsey road, near Sulby in the parish of Lezayre in the Isle of Man.
The Mountain Mile is a 1.3 mile (2.09 km) section of a purpose-built graded road situated between the 27th and 29th Milestone roadside markers on the Snaefell Mountain Course used for the Isle of Man TT and Manx Grand Prix races on the A18 Mountain Road in the parish of Lezayre in the Isle of Man.
Lebiedzinski's father, Aleksander Lebiedzinski, came to the Isle of Man during World War II as a Flight Lieutenant in the Polish Air Force. He married Kathleen (nee Dempsey) in February 1947, and they set up business as hairdressers at 14 Lezayre Road, Ramsey, where they were living at the time of Paul Lebiedzinski's birth on 17 August 1951.
Guthrie's Memorial (previously "The Cutting") is a S-bend corner between the 26 and 27 mile road-side markers on the primary A18 Snaefell mountain road, part of the Snaefell Mountain Course known mainly for motorcycle racing, situated in the Isle of Man parish of Lezayre.
Floods again affected the area of the Sulby River in July causing the river to break its banks. However operations from the aerodrome were unaffected.This did however lead to the further dredging of the Lough Molla and Close Chairn watercourses in Lezayre, thus reducing the potential of future flooding.
The Bungalow, Isle of Man, one of a handful of better-known vantage points spread around the Snaefell Mountain Course, is situated adjacent to the 31st Milestone roadside marker on the road junction of the primary A18 Mountain Road, the A14 Sulby Glen Road and the road-tramway crossing for the Snaefell Mountain Railway in the parish of Lezayre in the Isle of Man.
It was shot in Gloucestershire, Worcestershire and in the Isle of Man. Locations included Stanway House, Tudor House in the Worcestershire village of Broadway, and the Wiltshire village of Biddestone, including the White Horse pub. Studio work was completed on the Isle of Man in the Mountain View Media Village studios in Lezayre.
Lezayre ("garden of the island") is a parish in the Sheading of Ayre and lies central and north in the Isle of Man. The parish is bounded by Michael and Ballaugh to the west, Andreas and Bride to the north, the town of Ramsey and the parishes of Lonan and Maughold to the east, and Braddan to the south. Its area is about .
Hailwood's Height, preceded by "Hailwood's Rise", is situated between the 31st and 32nd Milestone road-side markers on the Snaefell Mountain Course used for the Isle of Man TT Races on the A18 Snaefell Mountain Road in the parishes of Lezayre and Lonan in the Isle of Man.