LEAM


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LEAMLunar Ejecta and Meteorites Experiment (NASA)
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After the closure of the swimming pool Leam Lane ABC were moved to the new Leisure Centre.
The Valentine's Day week will be headlined Love Leam week and will include a Valentine's Day craft fair, poetry readings and wine tastings.
To design a planning support tool that is focused on land-use change, we incorporated recent progress in complex systems analysis techniques, ecological modeling concepts, geographic spatial analysis, and cellular automata modeling into the LEAM design.
Voted the "Best Park in Britain 2004" by the Royal Horticultural Society, the Jephson Gardens are also north of the River Leam - directly opposite even more greenery at Mill Gardens to the south.
Because there is so little wetland habitat in Warwickshire it is a significant amount in this ten-acre site and as it is adjacent to the River Leam it links up with similar areas of wet meadows and marsh.
Early in the second half, Leam enjoyed a two-goal cushion with Hirst pounc-ing on a rebound after home | Connor Halpin goalkeeper Jon McLone could only parry a goalbound effort by Halpin.
Leam goalkeeper Postlethwaite made three important saves late on.
Easington recall Dale Spence and Kevin Humble to a strong 18-man squad while Leam are boosted by the return of Lauren Sanson, Liam Davidson and Mark Hammond.
IN MEMORY: The Stephen Bone painting of the River Leam in 1946 is presented by members of the Friends of Leamington Spa Art Gallery & Museum in memory of antiques expert David Barby, below
Wolviston have put together a mini-successful run which they hope to extend at the expense of Silksworth CW and leapfrog Leam Rangers.
GATESHEAD Leam Rangers marginally improved their chances of avoiding the wooden spoon when they claimed a point against 10-man Harton and Westoe at Hill Top.
COUNDON and Leeholme claimed the Clem Smith Bowl with victory over Gateshead Leam Rangers.