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- Ainsdale is a village in the borough of Sefton, Merseyside, England, situated three miles south of Southport, of which it is a suburb. At the 2001 Census it had a population of 12,723. It makes up the southern edge of the town, bordering Formby. The village and roads leading to the beach are middle class areas, with some new modern developments around the station including the addition of the private estate Village Row in 2006 and the Belway estate in 2013.
- Ainsdale is a Metropolitan Borough of Sefton ward in the Southport Parliamentary constituency that covers the localities of Ainsdale and Woodvale in the town of Southport.
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Ryder Cup Revealed (2014)
by Ross Biddiscombe
Southport & Ainsdale is a delight because it is rather offthemap in terms of Ryder Cup history. One slight shock is its very lowkey gated entrance ...
by Rian Hughes
Ainsdale is an early Device design produced using Fontographer. It has unusual dropped-crossbars on the lower-case fand t that are reminiscent of Joseph Binder's 1959 Binder Style for D. Stempel AG, Germany, but placed even lower.
Ainsdale is a flat district near the sea, w ich, as we remember it a. good many years ago, was little more than waste land and sandhills, though we presume all that is altered long since. The prospectus states that applications are repeatedly ...
Fourth edition by Brian McFarlane
Quayle, Sir Anthony (b Ainsdale, 1913 – d London, 1989). Actor. Versatile, roundfaced stage actor who became an unexpected film star in the 50s, appearing in a wide range of roles, excelling at authority figures, with a hint of a weakness in ...
by David Mills
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The Century Dictionary (1914)
An Encyclopedic Lexicon of the English Language by William Dwight Whitney
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Dictionary of Pub Names (2006)
Sandpiper Ainsdale, near Southport, and elsewhere. A member of the plover family, named for its clear piping note. Sandringham King's Lynn. The village of Sandringham is seven miles away. The estate there was acquired by the Prince of ...
With Historical and Statistical Descriptions by Samuel Lewis
There are two free schools for the education of children, one situated near the Cross, called the Higher or Upper school, and the other at the north end of Formby, near Ainsdale, the income of both being about £34 per annum, the bequest of ...
Comprising Concise Descriptions of about Sixty Thousand Places, Seats, Natural Features, and Objects of Note ... and an Appendix ... by James A. Sharp
Ainsdale hmlt (90) Formbv chplry. SW. Lancash. 11m. NNE of Liverpool-206, by South- port rail. AwsTABLE par.
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