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It is noted for its contributions to modern theatre, in 1956 it was acquired by and is home to a resident company, the English Stage Company. The river passes over weirs at Greenham, Tone and Nynehead, after which it is crossed by the aqueduct of the Grand Western Canal, a disused bridge, constructed in 1817, spans the river at Nynehead.

He described the Firepool saga as "a slow-moving trainwreck", arguing the council's Project Taunton work "had alienated developers", and called for cross-party working to fix the problem. Alan Ayckbourn said that his relationship with Christine became easy once they agreed their marriage was over, around this time, he started to share a home with Heather Stoney, an actress he had first met ten years earlier.

Their training space also houses Wales only flying trapeze rig, the company run a successful Youth Circus programme, and students have since gone on to study at Circomedia.

Some elements of the Firepool site remain in third-party possession 2016 The Water's Edge housing development of 49 dwellings is delivered near the Viridor HQ. He was swiftly discharged, officially on medical grounds, but it is suggested that a doctor who noticed his reluctance to join the Armed Forces deliberately failed the medical as a favour. This site was developed first due to the poor road access to the remainder of the site 2013-2014 The council's Taunton Rethink document is published.

Bridgwater This is when a new Holiday Inn Express hotel near Bridgwater will open The new hotel will also feature a bar and restaurant, lounge area and a large car park.

His parents, who separated shortly after World War II, never married, Ayckbourn wrote his first play at Wisborough Lodge when he was about 10. Twitter Delight as Bath church's statue is back on its plinth after attack by vandals The loaves and fishes sculpture at St Philip and St James' Church fell victim to crime in a weekend of 'mindless vandalism'. In the mainstream of Georgian style were both Palladian architecture—and its whimsical alternatives, Gothic and Chinoiserie, which were the English-speaking worlds equivalent of European Rococo.

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Weston-super-mare Weston coastguard issue warning as people risk lives venturing into closed off pier. There is evidence of occupation from Paleolithic times, and of subsequent settlement in the Roman. In Britain brick or stone are almost invariably used, brick is often disguised with stucco, in America and other colonies wood remained very common, as its availability and cost-ratio with the other materials was more favourable. Firepool weir was reconstructed in 1967 as part of the plans to straighten the river through the town centre and these works swept away the remains of the original navigation.

The style of Georgian buildings is very variable, but marked by a taste for symmetry and proportion based on the architecture of Greece and Rome. Hidden categories: Windows in all types of buildings were large and regularly placed on a grid, this was partly to minimize window tax and their height increasingly varied between the floors, and they increasingly began below waist-height in the main rooms, making a small balcony desirable.

After the war, in 1662, the keep was demolished, the town did not obtain a charter of incorporation until 1627, which was renewed in 1677 2.