Aldershot Sentence Examples
In 1874 he was back in England and took up a staff appointment at Aldershot.
Aldershot is the headquarters of the "Aldershot Army Corps," which is the largest organized force maintained in the United Kingdom.
The commands are the eastern, southern, western, northern, Scottish, Irish and the Aldershot.
The door had eventually to be opened by a locksmith from Aldershot.
Out-of-contract defender Matt Somner, 23, has also left Aldershot to join the magpies on a two-year deal.Advertisement
He was just pipped for second place by the Aldershot B team which clocked the same total time.
The Woking, Aldershot and Basingstoke canal joins the Wey, but is little used.
He commanded the southern district from 1890 to 1893, and that of Aldershot from 1893 to 1898.
It was a mere village till 1855, when Aldershot camp was established.
His choice fell on Aldershot, a spot also recommended by strategic reasons, being situated on the flank of any army advancing upon London from the south.Advertisement
The lands at Aldershot, an extensive open heath country, sparsely dotted by fir-woods and intersected by the Basingstoke canal, were then acquired by the crown.
The water supply is partly from the Aldershot Water Company, and partly from springs and reservoirs collecting water from a reserved area of war department property.
The work of these schools is, however, only a small part of the military training afforded at Aldershot; of greater importance is the field and musketry training, for the carrying out of which a considerable extent of land is essential.
The musketry practice of the troops at Aldershot is carried out at the Ash ranges, 2 m.
On the 9th of July the queen reviewed 60,000 men at Aldershot; and, last and chief of all, on the 23rd of July, one of the most brilliant days of a brilliant summer, she reviewed the fleet at Spithead.Advertisement
The queen herself held a great review at Aldershot; but a much more significant display was the review by the prince of Wales of the fleet at Spithead on Saturday, the 26th of June.
The Bagshot Beds in the west form infertile tracts of sandy soil, covered with heath and pine, where space is available for the great camps and military training-grounds round Aldershot, and for the extensive cemeteries at Woking The London Clay in the east is more fertile and crowded with villages, while the East Anglian portion of the basin consists of the more recent Pliocene sands and gravels, which mix with the boulder clay to form the best wheat-growing soil in the country.
This weekend, Hercules Wimbledon are sending teams to compete in the South of England road relay championships at Aldershot on Saturday.
The woodwork and the Aldershot players were visibly rattled and a hush descended on the ground as the ball ricocheted away to safety.