Synonyms for risedale or Related words with risedale

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Examples of "risedale"
Barrow and Furness: Barrow Island, Broughton, Central, Crake Valley, Dalton North, Dalton South, Hawcoat, Hindpool, Low Furness and Swarthmoor, Newbarns, Ormsgill, Parkside, Risedale, Roosecote, Ulverston Central, Ulverston East, Ulverston North, Ulverston South, Ulverston Town, Ulverston West, Walney North, Walney South.
There are no schools in Scotton Village itself, the closest schools are in Catterick. Wavell Community Junior School, Le Cateau Community Primary School, Risedale College and Hipswell C of E Primary School are all in neighbouring Catterick.
Risedale Sports and Community College is a coeducational, community school situated in Hipswell, Catterick Garrison, North Yorkshire, England. In 2009 the school became federated with the Allertonshire School in Northallerton (now Northallerton School).
Pupils then receive secondary education at Risedale Sports and Community College. Alternatively, children may also attend school at Richmond School and Sixth Form College. Darlington College also has a campus at Catterick Garrison.
Risedale is a ward of Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria, England. It is bordered by Barrow town centre, Parkside, Newbarns and Roose and had a population of 5,663 in 2001,increasing to 6,294 at the 2011 Census.
Barrow Island, Broughton, Central, Crake Valley, Dalton North, Dalton South, Hawcoat, Hindpool, Low Furness and Swarthmoor, Newbarns, Ormsgill, Parkside, Risedale, Roosecote, Ulverston Central, Ulverston East, Ulverston North, Ulverston South, Ulverston Town, Ulverston West, Walney North, Walney South.
In 1973 it became a comprehensive under the name Northallerton Grammar School, administered by North Yorkshire, based in Northallerton. As a comprehensive it has always had a 14-18 age range. At the same time the Allertonshire School was formed from the town's two secondary modern schools. In 2009 the school became federated with Risedale Sports and Community College in Catterick.
Risedale Beck is a small river on Hipswell Moor, near Catterick Garrison in North Yorkshire, England. It flows into Leadmill Gill, which in turn flows into Colburn Beck, a tributary of the River Swale. The length of the beck from source to the River Swale is .
There are three primary schools within 2 miles of Hudswell, these include Richmond Church of England Primary School, Catterick Garrison, Carnagill Community Primary School and Wavell Community Junior School, also in Catterick Garrison. The local secondary schools are Richmond School, Risedale Sports and Community College and St Francis Xavier School.
By 15 June, towns and villages in North Yorkshire were flooded, with Knaresborough, Harrogate and York being particularly affected. In Scarborough, the main A171 Scalby Road flooded outside Scarborough Hospital, and the ornamental lake at Peasholm Park overtopped its banks and poured down Peasholm Gap into North Bay. Near Catterick, North Yorkshire, a 17-year-old soldier on a training exercise from Catterick Garrison died after being swept away whilst crossing Risedale Beck, Hipswell Moor. On 23 June, flooding affected Middlesbrough.
Michael Sydall CE Primary School provides education for a mixed gender pupil intake between the ages of four and eleven. The school has an official capacity of 252 pupils. The school is named after a vicar of the village church of St Anne who founded a school in the village in 1658. The school is in the catchment area of Risedale Sports & Community College in nearby Catterick Garrison for secondary education needs.
William "Bill" Oxley (birth registered October→December 1918 — 1985 (aged 66–67)) birth registered in Barrow-in-Furness district, Lancashire, was an English professional rugby league footballer of the 1940s, and 1950s, and rugby league administrator of the 1960s, 1970s, and 1980s, playing at club level for Barrow (twice), Risedale Old Boys ARLFC, Rochdale Hornets (Captain), and Ulverston ARLFC . World War II began four days after Bill Oxley had signed professionally for Barrow, he served with the Royal Horse Artillery in World War II for five years.
Newbarns is an area and electoral ward of Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria, England. It is bordered by Hawcoat, Parkside, Risedale and Roose, the local population stood at 5,515 in 2001, decreasing to 5,487 at the 2011 Census. Newbarns covers an area of 2.78 square kilometres and lies east of Abbey Road, encompassing Furness Abbey in its entirety, Barrow Sixth Form College and St. Bernard's Catholic High School. Newbarns is extremely diverse, with the majority of the south of the ward being amongst the 6% to 10% most deprived areas of the country, while north Newbarns contains Croslands Park, Barrow's most expensive street and is within the 25% of least deprived areas nationwide.
Barrow Higher Grade School and both the segregated and coeducational Alfred Barrow Schools were located within a Grade II listed building on Duke Street, a large wing of which became St.George's Church of England Primary School in September 2011. The building which Barrow-in-Furness Technical School formerly occupied was renamed the Nan Tait Centre in the early 2000s and now serves as a media and arts centre as well as general office complex. One predecessor of Parkview Community College of Technology; Risedale School has been completely demolished and an Aldi supermarket now stands on the site.
Salthouse is an area of Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria, England. It is heavily focused around Salthouse Road which runs through the wards of Risedale and Central Barrow. The area is most noted for being home to the Salthouse Mills (Dixons Forge, Furness Vehicle Dismantlers, Furness Heat Treatment, Furness Joinery, etc) which is still an industrial estate but was once home to Roosecote Raceway (Banger Racing Track). One of the most recognisable features of Salthouse is the Salthouse Pavilion which previously served primarily as a large bingo hall.
St. George's Church is in St George's Square, Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria, England. It is the oldest active Anglican parish church in the town. The church is in the deanery of Barrow, the archdeaconry of Westmorland and Furness, and the diocese of Carlisle. Its benefice is united with those of St Aidan, Newbarns, St Luke, Risedale, and St Perran, Roose, to form the South Barrow Team Ministry. The church is recorded in the National Heritage List for England as a designated Grade II listed building. It stands at the southeast extremity of the town.
The South Site was located at the bottom of West Avenue in the Parkside ward and occupied the buildings that were formerly Parkview School. The two main buildings of Furness Academy South Site were built in 1930s as Barrow Boys Grammar School and Barrow Girls Grammar School The twin grammar schools were closed in the late 1970s and were replaced by a new comprehensive school called Parkview Community College of Technology operating from the old Grammar school buildings which was created with the additional closure of the adjacent Risedale Secondary Modern school. Demolition of the complex took place in 2014 with 64 large family homes planned for the site.
The village lies on the A6108 road between Leyburn and Richmond on a section called Walburn Head. The nearest settlements of Marske, Hudswell, Stainton and Marrick all lie within of the village. Church Gill, which has a small waterfall, runs north through the village to join the nearby River Swale, whilst other small waterways to the east of the village drain away to Risedale Beck. The village gives its name to the Moor between it and nearby Hudswell Moor. The high point is Seat How at to the south-east of the village. There are visible signs of old quarries and coal and lead mining shafts on the hillsides surrounding the village. There is also evidence of a Bronze Age univallate hill fort on How Hill to the immediate west of the village. The geology of the area is made of Yoredale rock, Limestone, Shale and Millstone Grit covered by Clay.
Opened on 14 October 1984 (replacing four local hospitals; Devonshire Road Hospital, North Lonsdale Hospital, Risedale Maternity Hospital and Roose Hospital), it is owned and operated by the British National Health Service and part of the branch, University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay. FGH is the second-largest hospital in the South Cumbria/ North Lancashire region. The hospital has an emergency department, oncology unit, critical care unit, maternity and special care baby unit, numerous outpatient services and is also home to the Dane Garth Mental Health Unit. The majority of people rescued from accidents in the Lake District Mountains come to FGH. The more serious cases, including life-threatening injuries, are usually transferred to the Royal Preston Hospital.
Parkside is an area and electoral ward of Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria, England. It is bordered by Hindpool, Ormsgill, Hawcoat, Newbarns and Risedale and had a population of 5,742 in 2001, reducing to 5,584 at the 2011 Census. It is one of the town's most centralised wards and contains Barrow's main park (hence the ward's name), as well as the newly established Furness Academy. Abbey Road - Barrow's principal road runs down the entire western side of Parkside. The majority of housing to the west of Abbey Road is terraced and semi-detached, whilst the eastern side of Parkside is predominantly parkland and fields with the exception of some semi and detached housing. There are a number of place of worship in Parkside including Abbey Road Baptist Church, Spring Mount Christian Fellowship and Trinity Church Centre. Barrow's first synagogue was founded in 1902 on Abbey Road although it closed less than twenty years later.