Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email Marking the Great Fire of London might seem an unusual celebration for any of us to get involved with. After all, the blaze which ended years ago today in Pudding Lane ripped the heart out of the English capital and destroyed around 13, homes. But amid all the destruction and death was an event which changed the face of the capital for ever, and gave birth to the modern UK capital which more than 8. If you’re in the city over the next few days and feel like you want to know more about the events of , there’s plenty for you to get involved with. What is the Great Fire of London? Fleeing the Great Fire of London involved grabbing whatever people could carry and leaving the city’s walls, either on foot or by boat Image: Getty Images The year after the Great Plague killed about , people around the country, a freak spark in a bakery in the English capital began the most fearsome blaze in memory. It’s largely credited with clearing the last vestiges of the bubonic disease from city streets by killing rats who were still carrier – but it also destroyed much of the medieval metropolis inside the Roman walls which had formed its defences for centuries.
They are thought to have spoken a Celtic language related to modern Welsh. Welsh -og  meaning either “place of the yew trees” cf. Alternatively, the word eofor already existed as an Old English word for wild swine, which is a cognate of the current Low Saxon word eaver and Dutch ever. To them, it sounded as a ‘home rich in boar’. As is common in Saxon place names, the -um part gradually faded; eoforic. The top half is medieval.
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History[ edit ] The Medway area has a long and varied history dominated originally by the city of Rochester and later by the naval and military establishments principally in Chatham and Gillingham. Rochester was established on an Iron Age site by the Romans ,  who called it Durobrivae meaning “stronghold by the bridge” , to control the point where Watling Street now the A2 crossed the River Medway.
Rochester later became a walled town and, under later Saxon influence, a mint was established here. The first cathedral was built by Bishop Justus in and rebuilt under the Normans by Bishop Gundulf , who also built the castle that stands opposite the cathedral. Rochester was also an important point for people travelling the Pilgrims’ Way , which stretches from Winchester to the shrine of Thomas Becket at Canterbury. The Pilgrims’ Way crossed the Medway near Cuxton. In Rochester, parts of the Roman city wall are still in evidence, and the city has many fine buildings, such as the Guildhall today a museum , which was built in and is among the finest 17th-century civic buildings in Kent;  the Corn Exchange, built in , originally the Butcher’s Market; the small Tudor house of Watts Charity endowed by Sir Richard Watts to house “six poor travelers” for one night each; Satis House and Old Hall, both visited by Queen Elizabeth I , built in It stands on the Great Lines between Chatham and Gillingham.
The dockyard was closed in , with the loss of eight thousand jobs at the dockyard itself and many more in local supply industries, contributing to a mid s Medway unemployment rate of sixteen percent. The majority of surviving buildings in the Historic Dockyard are Georgian.
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Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email We all know to slow down when we get to a speed camera, even if we’re going well within the limit. But did you know that might not be enough – and those yellow boxes can actually capture you doing so much more than speeding? It turns out, it can catch you not wearing a seatbelt, using your mobile phone behind the wheel and having illegal number plates.
Almost motorists in the north east have been caught for offences other than speeding between August and November The most common crime is not bothering to wear a seatbelt with drivers caught, according to the Northumbria Road Safety Initiative. The cameras can also catch you not wearing a seatbelt and using a mobile phone Image: PA You could also get caught using the phone while driving Image:
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The road is now not expected to open until However, police at the scene are expecting it to be cleared earlier. Officers are not in a position to release her age, or whether she was driving one of the vehicles involved. North Yorkshire Police has confirmed that she was the only one taken to hospital, however. Stokesley Road, Middlesbrough, is said to be suffering heavy delays. It is now expected to open between 8pm and 8. Roads south of Crathorne gridlocked. Evening Gazette Roads south of Crathorne are heavily gridlocked.
Evening Gazette One driver leaves his stationary vehicle and looks ahead at the long line of traffic on the A Commuters advised to avoid A19 near Crathorne Commuters are being warned of major delays on the A19 in Hambleton, which has been closed in both directions following a serious crash. One woman has been taken to hospital after emergency services were called at around Her condition is described as serious.
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This is the Leeds United verdict on West Brom target Kemar Roofe. The former WBA academy graduate has been linked with a return.
Warnock deep in discussion with Blackwell and Jepson as to whether to make a change himself. Would Tomlin be too much of a gamble? Mendez-Laing drives them forward but Boro counter themselves now. Assombalonga to Bamford, whose effort is deflected wide for a corner. Can the visitors keep them out? Cardiff are given a goalkick despite there being a strong suspicision of a deflection.
Still no yellow for the Boro midfielder. But the Cardiff fans are now making themselves heard as the Bluebirds get another chance to put the ball into the box. Patrick Bamford has replaced Ashley Fletcher for Boro. Cardiff players appealing big time with the referee.
Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email Sunderland are expected to be under caretaker control on Sunday, and Billy McKinlay is set to take charge against Middlesbrough. With assistant manager Glynn Snodin sacked along with Simon Grayson on Tuesday night, Billy McKinlay looks the most likely choice, although club ambassador Kevin Ball is also an option. First-team coach Robbie Stockdale could also be part of the temporary management team against his former club. Stockdale was appointed to take charge of pre-season training, only for Grayson to be given the job in time for the first day.
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What will the Sunderland manager have learned from the defeat? Sunderland completely lack bite Before the game the Boro supporters unveiled a banner depicting a lion growling in the face of a cowering Black Cat. As match reports go, it was not a bad one. Only one team at the Riverside had any bit. It was hardly surprising. Another ten were sat in the treatment room. George Honeyman was always looking to run at the Middlesbrough defence on or off the ball, but such intent was rare from his team-mates.