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Keith Lowe spoke to me to reflect on making his debut for the pitmen and picking up those important 3 points for Hednesford ...
Steve Burr spoke with me after the game yesterday to reflect on Hednesford Town first win of the season.
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Post-match Interviews with AFC Rushden & Diamonds man of the match Matthew Fossen and manager Andy Burgess. AFC R&D ...
A.F.C. Rushden & Diamonds is an English football club based in Rushden in Northamptonshire. They played their opening season at Kiln Park, the home of Raunds Town, in 2011–12 and subsequently shared the Dog & Duck ground with Wellingborough Town from July 2012 to Summer 2017.
Lowestoft Town Football Club is a semi-professional football club from Lowestoft, Suffolk, England. They are currently members of the Southern League Premier Division Central and play at Crown Meadow.
Lowestoft () is an English town and civil parish in the county of Suffolk. The town, on the North Sea coast, is the most easterly settlement of the United Kingdom.
Lowestoft railway station serves the town of Lowestoft, Suffolk, and is the eastern terminus of the East Suffolk Line from Ipswich and is one of two eastern termini of the Wherry Lines from Norwich (the other being Great Yarmouth). Lowestoft is 23 miles 41 chains (37.8 km) down the line from Norwich and 48 miles 75 chains (78.8 km) measured from Ipswich; and is the easternmost station on the National Rail network in the United Kingdom.The station is currently managed by Greater Anglia, which also operates all of the trains that call.
Lowestoft was a parliamentary constituency centred on the town of Lowestoft in Suffolk. It returned one Member of Parliament to the House of Commons of the Parliament of the United Kingdom, elected by the first past the post voting system.
Lowestoft North railway station was in Lowestoft, England. It closed in 1970.The station was located just to the east of the A12, opposite the Denes High School; a site which is now occupied by Beeching Drive.
The Lowestoft Chronicle is a quarterly online magazine that publishes short stories, flash fiction, poetry, creative nonfiction, interviews, and artwork. An anthology of the best work is published annually.
Lowestoft Lighthouse is a lighthouse operated by Trinity House located to the north of the centre of Lowestoft in the English county of Suffolk. It stands on the North Sea coast close to Ness Point, the most easterly point in the United Kingdom.
The Lowestoft Porcelain Factory was a soft-paste porcelain factory on Crown Street in Lowestoft, Suffolk, England, which was active from 1757 to 1802. It mostly produced "useful wares" such as pots, teapots, and jugs, with shapes copied from silverwork or from Bow and Worcester porcelain.
Lowestoft Cemetery is a burial ground in the town of Lowestoft in Suffolk. It is best known for its large number of Royal Navy burials from World War I and World War II; these are maintained by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission.
Lowestoft Maritime Museum is a private museum in the town of Lowestoft in Suffolk, England, which is dedicated to local and national maritime history. Its exhibits include maritime artefacts including medals awarded to Royal Navy and RNLI personnel, marine art, the fishing industry in Lowestoft and the town's involvement with the Royal Navy in World War II, shipwrights and coopers tools, an extensive collection of ship models in various scales, the workshop of Christopher Cockerell, the inventor of the hovercraft, and a small display dedicated to Thomas Crisp, a local man who posthumously won the Victoria Cross during World War I. Britain's most easterly museum, it is run by enthusiasts and volunteers and is open to the public from late April to late October each year.