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Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email Neil Warnock revealed a half-time rollicking ensured his Cardiff City side came from behind to secure a win over Portsmouth in the opening round of the Carabao Cup. The Yorkshireman made eight changes to the team that started in the win over Burton at the Pirelli Stadium on Saturday, and saw his side fall behind just minutes before the break as captain Sean Morrison turned into his own net.
Bluebirds progress into second round of Carabao Cup with win And Warnock admits he had some strong words to say in the dressing room at half-time. Nathaniel Mendez-Laing of Cardiff City celebrates with Danny Ward and Lee Tomlin after scoring goal “I thought we started off alright then I thought we were really sloppy and we had to say a few words at half time.
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History[ edit ] American Indians of the Abenaki and other Algonquian languages -speaking nations, and their predecessors, inhabited the territory of coastal New Hampshire for thousands of years before European contact. The first known European to explore and write about the area was Martin Pring in The Piscataqua River is a tidal estuary with a swift current, but forms a good natural harbor.
The west bank of the harbor was settled by English colonists in and named Strawbery Banke , after the many wild strawberries growing there. The village was fortified by Fort William and Mary. Strategically located for trade between upstream industries and mercantile interests abroad, the port prospered. Fishing, lumber and shipbuilding were principal businesses of the region. At the town’s incorporation in , it was named Portsmouth in honor of the colony’s founder, John Mason. He had been captain of the port of Portsmouth , England, in the county of Hampshire , for which New Hampshire is named.
When Queen Anne’s War ended in , the town was selected by Governor Joseph Dudley to host negotiations for the Treaty of Portsmouth , which temporarily ended hostilities between the Abenaki Indians and English settlements of the Province of Massachusetts Bay and New Hampshire. African Americans helped defend Portsmouth and New England during the war. In , 19 slaves from Portsmouth wrote a petition to the state legislature and asked that it abolish slavery, in recognition of their war contributions and in keeping with the principles of the Revolution.
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The route is south to the Seafront, east to Rottingdean, west to Shoreham power station then back to the Pier to finish. Several loops to make up the distance to 26 miles. Top folk artists, plus the cream of the local folk music scene. Music, dance, and song, and this year we’ve added in even more events for all the family to enjoy. If you want to make sure you don’t miss a thing you can buy a ticket for the whole weekend. Most family activities are free.
Portsmouth is a shopper’s paradise, with a wealth of wonderful stores, markets, boutiques and one-of-a-kind finds. Take your pick from one of the many shopping areas in the city, each with its own distinct feel and offering. Anyone heading to the shops in Portsmouth will typically have Gunwharf Quays as their first port of call – it’s the perfect place to peruse designer goods at fantastic prices.
Stairs at the rear of the premises lead to the toilets and galleried area, where tables are arranged around the edges of the parapet. Unfortunately, the original parent company, Bramwell Pub Co, went into administration in and the pub closed its doors temporarily until the leasehold was purchased by local publican Steve Hudson and the pub reopened in early as a free house.
The pub struggled thereafter and a change of management saw the house given a full refurbishment in November , reopening as the Grapes on the 20th of that month. The back wall features two large recesses which are stocked with chopped timber. Elsewhere, banquette seating runs along the left side of the pub with traditional tables and chairs being complemented by high tables and stools running along the length of the central nave.
A number of television screens are positioned on three sides of the room and there is a pool table in one corner, along with a choice of gaming and quiz machines. A focal point on the west wall, above the gallery, is an impressively large clock, measuring roughly 4ft in diameter. The pub is fitted out with a lighting system for use when live bands perform at weekends a temporary stage is positioned in front of the snug area for performances and removed thereafter.
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Our exhibits, historical buildings, nature paths and wonderful waterfront views are awaiting you. Old York is really quite delightful! Come banish the winter blues, and warm up by the fires at Old York with our line up of Tavern Dinners, Lectures, and Tastings. February Wednesday, February 21, 6 pm Lecture and Dinner: Innovative New Traditional Gardens Lucinda Brockway, Historic Landscape Specialist Brockway has a wealth of experience in historic gardens, having restored the garrison grounds at Fort Ticonderoga, and more recently undertaking the restoration of the Grand Allee at the Crane Estate.
Join Old York for this illustrated talk about creating gardens inspired by the past. Please feel free to bring your own wine or beer.
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Social clubs in Portsmouth don’t get bigger or better than this! If you’re looking for a Portsmouth social club or want to socialise in Portsmouth, Spice offers an incredible range of events each month. We are the leading social groups Portsmouth with 1, local members and 12, members nationwide. Our wealth of experience can turn your leisure time into pleasure time. If you want to find out more about us, why not come along to one of our Preview Nights?
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German bomber, 36 anchors and human skull found as Portsmouth dredged for HMS Queen Elizabeth
This non-profit membership library and museum was incorporated in and is one of only twenty left in America today. The museum and reading room are open to the public and house over 40, books and an art gallery. Portsmouth Harbor Cruises View the Seacoast from an exhilarating perspective. For three decades, these narrated cruises of Portsmouth Harbor, the Isles of Shoals, and the New Hampshire waterfront have been a favorite activity both for locals and vacationers.
PRP Press Release. PORTSMOUTH, OH (October 16, ) – Portsmouth Raceway Park hosted the 36th annual RhinoAg Dirt Track World Championship presented by Optima Batteries this past weekend, marking the fifth consecutive year event promoter Carl Short has chosen Portsmouth to be the host site.
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What we do We enjoy doing life together by meeting up either informally or on events such as walks, cinema nights, concerts, meals out, skittles, dances, barn dances and weekend breaks. These provide a safe environment to bring friends along to or come along by yourself to get a taste for the group. On our weekend breaks as well as having fun activities such as walks, visiting places of interest and dances, we set aside times for Christian fellowship together.
Getting away from the usual routines can make it a great place to get closer to God. Membership and Participation Participation is free and always at your own risk Locals organise themselves and have a separate area for mainly mid-week events, keeping our local group culture.
Portsmouth is a city in and the county seat of Scioto County, Ohio, United States. Located in southern Ohio 41 miles (66 km) south of Chillicothe, it lies on the north bank of the Ohio River, across from Kentucky, just east of the mouth of the Scioto population was 20, at the census.
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