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Saved by uncleflo on February 23rd, 2019.
Lots Ait Boatyard is situated on an island in the river Thames between Kew Gardens and Brentford. An important part of London's commercial boating history, it was one of the last tidal boatyards to be closed in the early 1970's. Thanks partly to its island location, Lots Ait avoided re-development and has remained very much as it was left over 30 years ago with weeds and undergrowth hiding the vintage boat sheds and machinery that were formerly a hive of activity. John Watson, owner of John's Boat Works Ltd says "I have a lifelong passion for traditional boatbuilding and our great boating heritage, so having the opportunity to be involved in reopening Lots Ait boatyard is a dream come true. The revitalised boatyard will provide a fantastic boatbuilding and repair resource on the Thames for boat owners and enthusiasts and will also provide an opportunity for a new generation of craftsmen and women to experience and acquire traditional and modern boatbuilding and restoration skills."
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Saved by uncleflo on January 6th, 2019.
Amberley Castle is a unique luxury hotel steeped in over 900 years of history The 19 luxurious guest rooms offer comfort and style, the interior design reflects the history of the castle and rooms are furnished with antiques and fine fabrics alongside contemporary features. At the heart of the hotel is the magnificent Queen's Room restaurant, with a barrel-vaulted ceiling dating back to the 12th century. Nestled safe and secure behind a portcullis, Amberley Castle lies waiting to be discovered as a truly unique wedding venue.
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Saved by uncleflo on May 6th, 2017.
Parques Reunidos is one of the leading global operators of regional leisure parks and one of the three truly global leisure park operators. After 50 years in the sector, we now operate a well-diversified portfolio of 61 different assets (attraction parks, animal parks, water parks, family entertainment centers and other attractions), spread out over 3 continents and 14 countries across Europe, the Americas (USA and Argentina), the Middle East (Dubai) and Asia (Vietnam). Our asset diversity has placed us as the second-largest leisure park operator in Europe and the eighth-largest leisure park operator worldwide. Overall, our parks received a total of approximately 20 million visitors in the financial year ending on September 30th, 2016, a number that materializes the success of our three-format business model: operation of fully-owned parks, operation of third-party parks, and consultancy for park developers.
Saved by uncleflo on March 11th, 2016.
Strettons is a leading firm of property advisors based in London and the South East. We are one of the largest and best-known firms of Chartered Surveyors, commercial property agents, residential estate agents, property valuers and advisors covering the West End, City and City fringes, East London, North London, Essex and Hertfordshire. We are also national auctioneers and have a substantial UK-wide property management business. Our commercial agency teams specialise in a range of property types, including offices, retail and restaurants, industrial units, D1 and D2, leisure and community properties, surgeries and medical properties and residential properties. Our professional services team, meanwhile, have in-depth experience in providing Landlord and Tenant, Leasehold reform, expert witness and Compulsory Purchase advice.
Saved by uncleflo on May 13th, 2012.
Renee Godfrey catalogues how the changing seasons affect life in Wales. She learns how summer is a crucial time for farmers and fishermen, as well as for leisure seekers.
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