Businessman told to stop holding motocross events at farm at the centre of three-year eco-warrior battle

Businessman told to stop holding motocross events at farm at the centre of three-year eco-warrior battle
Businessman Brian Bennett has been given until March to stop holding motocross events at two bike race tracks he has created at Yorkley Court Farm. Villagers complained the sound of the scrambling bikes on the hill overlooking the Severn Estuary could be …
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Bender races to 4 Motocross titles
SANDUSKY – It was a busy year in motorcycle racing for Jared Bender. And, a very prosperous one. The 17-year-old, a senior at Sandusky High School, came away with four state titles. You must be an online subscriber to view this story. The full version of …
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Alresford Motocross des Nations event granted late entertainment license despite objections from villagers in nearby Cheriton
A three-day motocross event near Winchester will go ahead despite objections from residents. The Motocross de Nations event is due to take place near Alresford. Organisers have been granted a licence to play live and recorded music and serve alcohol from …
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Public Astronomy Program at New Pond Farm on Novmeber 18

Public Astronomy Program at New Pond Farm on Novmeber 18
Public Astronomy Program at New Pond Farm on Novmeber 18: Fall constellations and Andromeda Galaxy The Discovery Center at Ridgefield with New Pond Farm Observatory, 101 Marchant Rd., West Redding, is offering a public astronomy program on Saturday …
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Giant Space Explosion That’s Never Been Witnessed Before Challenges What We Know About Stars and Black Holes
Space is full of things that go bang in the night, but usually scientists just spot new explosions, not new types of explosions. Not so for the team studying a giant outburst scientists labeled PS1-10adi, which, despite the completely unassuming name, is …
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Astronomers Use Shadowy Alien Worlds to Peer Inside Stars
Distant planets tell all: A new analysis uses alien worlds’ orbital treks to peek inside their stars. NASA’s ever-watchful Kepler space telescope has identified thousands of exoplanets by noting the tiny brightness dips caused when these worlds “transit …
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