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North Piddle Parish Magazine.
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Piddletrenthide, a village and a parish in Dorsetshire. The village stands on the river Piddle, near its head, 8 miles N of Dorchester station on the G.W.R., and has a post, money order, and telegraph office under Dorchester. The parish comprises acres; population, There is a parish council consisting of seven members. "Piddle," in old Dorset-speak, to my knowledge, means "pidelle," which is water coming out of the ground, like a spring. The "trent" is from the French "thirty" – trente, and the "hide" is a.
" acres are designated to North Piddle. acres is a grassland, and the rest is arable land" This is written in the present tense but comes from a source dated I think it is very unlikely that these figures are the same today. Richerman , 10 April (UTC) OK, I would go ahead and add the year to the statement The Piddle Pail is made to store urine until the user can get to a facility (toilet) to dump the contents properly. It is made to be easy, discrete, sanitary and so convenient. Use it on the go, or even in the use of your own home, if mobility is an issue. A Piddle Pail is .
We retain only the most recent records in our churches. Older records are deposited with the Dorset History Centre for safe keeping. For help with family or local history, free access to Ancestry and access to a thousand years of original local records, visit the Dorset History Centre, or . Little Piddle was divided into two manors, Combe Deverel, to the north in the parish of Piddlehinton and Little Piddle, to the South in the parish of Puddletown. First recorded as these two manors in Domesday, with a minimum population of 19, there is no clear evidence of the settlement being physically divided into the separate manors. .
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North Piddle is a historic parish and a few of the parish's structures have been designated as listed buildings by English Heritage, because they are structures of special architectural and historic interest. In acres ( km 2) of land were designated to North Piddle – acres ( ha) were grassland, and the rest was arable land.
The field names that are mentioned in the Country: England. Piddle, North, a village and a parish in Worcestershire, on the river Piddle, 6 miles N by E of Pershore, and 7 E of Worcester.
Post town, Worcester; money order and telegraph office, Pershore. Acreage of parish, ; population, The living is a rectory in the. "NORTH PIDDLE, a parish in the upper division of the hundred of Pershore, county Worcester, 7 miles E.
of Worcester, its post town, 5 N. by E. of Pershore, and 3 from Spetchley railway station. The village, which is of small extent, is situated on the river Piddle and the road from Worcester to Alcester. The inhabitants are wholly agricultural.
North Piddle is a very small parish bounded by Piddle Brook on the west and south-west. The surface of the land is flat, the highest point ( ft.) being near the eastern boundary.
The soil is marl and loam on a subsoil of Lower Lias, and the chief crops are wheat, beans and fruit. The History of North Piddle. North Piddle is a very small parish bounded by Piddle Brook on the west and south-west. The surface of the land is flat, the highest point ( ft.) being near the eastern boundary.
The soil is marl and loam on a subsoil of Lower Lias, and the. The Parish of St. James Bishampton and The Chapelry, Throckmorton are part of a group known as the Flyford Family of Churches, which includes Abberton, Naunton Beauchamp and Flyford Flavell, as well as Grafton Flyford and North Piddle.
We call ourselves a family rather than a benefice as we feel it better reflects the care and concern we have for each other. North Piddle Worcester.
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Piddletrenthide is a rather long village on the river Piddle 8 miles north of Dorchester and 4 miles east of Cerne Abbas. The name Piddletrenthide dated from the time of the Domesday Book () and means 'estate of thirty hides on the River Piddle' the trente coming from the french for thirty.
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You can withdraw your consent at any time by notifying us or by unsubscribing. Piddle Valley News & Views. The free bi-monthly magazine for the whole of the Piddle Valley containing News, Dates for your diary, News from the Vicarage, Church Services, comings & goings, letters, General News & Notices, Clubs, Organisations, Parish & District Council, Piddle Valley First School, Sport, Surgeries etc.
It is read by around Crayfish are a feature of chalk streams such as The Piddle. Occasionally an Otter can be glimpsed, though Kingfisher and Trout are much more likely to be spotted. Although there is no formal group as such and no formal gathering, the parish supports an enthusiastic meeting of minds of a number of people with wildlife interests at heart.
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10/02/ - The Piddle Valley Parish Council have set up a working group to research options available to us to maintain a public bus service in the Piddle Valley. At the request of residents from Whitemans Orchard a meeting was held on the 15th December with our County Councillor, Jill.
Parokya ang North Piddle sa Hiniusang Gingharian. Nahimutang ni sa kondado sa Worcestershire ug apil sa nasod sa Inglatera, sa habagatang bahin sa nasod, km sa amihanan-kasadpan sa London ang ulohan sa nasod.
Ang klima baybayon. Ang kasarangang giiniton 9 ° kinainitan nga bulan Hulyo, sa 18 °C, ug ang kinabugnawan Disyembre, sa 0 °C.
Piddlehinton also known in the past as Puddlehinton, is a parish and compact village on the River Trent or Piddle 5½ miles north east of Dorchester. The parish of Piddletrenthide lies to the north and Puddletown [previously called Piddletown] lies to the south west. Muston previously a hamlet of the parish, now much reduced and Holcombe, now extinct lie to the south.
Latest News Items. Pershore Infrastructure Update- July 20th July, - pm; Wyre Piddle Parish Council Meeting on Thursday 23rd July at pm via Zoom 13th July, - am. Sketch map of the Parish The area is steeped in history with much to see from prehistoric tumulii to the victorian attempt to build a model farm on the lines of the factory communities established by Cadbury and Salt in the midlands.
Clouds Hill Tucked away in the northwest corner of the "Isle of Purbeck". Maintenance of the River Piddle. The Environment Agency (EA) have confirmed that the Piddle is Main River up to a point about m North of Church Lane in Piddletrenthide.
This would be at about “Meadowside”, where the stream from Morningwell Pond joins. The Environment Agency are the Responsible Authority for Main Rivers.
The area around this tiny village, the parish of Perranzabuloe on the north coast of mid-Cornwall, is rather hilly, so this one is pretty self-explanatory.
Strengthening that view is the road called Cocks Hill, one of the many examples of a name repeating itself when a new wave of invaders did not understand the language of the previous occupiers.
Puddletown is a village and civil parish in Dorset, is situated by the River Piddle, from which it derives its name, about miles (7 km) northeast of the county town earlier name Piddletown fell out of favour, probably because of connotations of the word "piddle".
The name Puddletown was officially sanctioned in the late s. The average price for property in North Piddle stood at £, in July This is a rise of % in the last three months (since April ) and rise of % since 12 months ago. In terms of property types, flats in North Piddle sold for an average of £, and terraced houses for £, This is according to the current Zoopla.An illustration of an open book.
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An illustration of a heart shape Donate. An illustration of text ellipses.piddle (pĭd′l) Informal intr.v. piddled, piddling, piddles To urinate.
Phrasal Verbs: piddle around To spend time aimlessly: piddled around the house for a few hours. piddle away To spend (time or money) frivolously or unproductively: piddled away his fortune on sports cars; piddled away the hours watching television.
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