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HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/BRITAIN
RTX7G7O4
April 28, 2020
A mobile Royal Mail Post Office is seen in Penrith, as the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19)...
Penrith, United Kingdom
The outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Penrith
A mobile Royal Mail Post Office is seen in Penrith, as the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues, Penrith, Britain, April 28, 2020 REUTERS/Lee Smith
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/BRITAIN
RTX7G7NW
April 28, 2020
A mobile Royal Mail Post Office is seen in Penrith, as the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19)...
Penrith, United Kingdom
The outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Penrith
A mobile Royal Mail Post Office is seen in Penrith, as the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues, Penrith, Britain, April 28, 2020 REUTERS/Lee Smith
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/BRITAIN
RTX7G7NU
April 28, 2020
A mobile Royal Mail Post Office is seen in Penrith, as the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19)...
Penrith, United Kingdom
The outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Penrith
A mobile Royal Mail Post Office is seen in Penrith, as the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues, Penrith, Britain, April 28, 2020 REUTERS/Lee Smith
RUGBY/
RTXAEQT
November 09, 2008
Samoa's Frank Puletua (white) is tackled by France's Christophe Moly (L), Eric Anselme (2nd L) and Jerome...
Penrith, Australia
Samoa's Puletua is tackled by France's Moly, Anselme and Guisset during their game in Sydney
Samoa's Frank Puletua (white) is tackled by France's Christophe Moly (L), Eric Anselme (2nd L) and Jerome Guisset during their 2008 Rugby League world cup match in Penrith, near Sydney, November 9, 2008. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA)
RUGBY/
RTXAEQM
November 09, 2008
France's Eric Anselme falls to the ground while his teammates Christophe Moly (L) and Jerome Guisset...
Penrith, Australia
France's Eric Anselme falls to the ground while his teammates Christophe Moly and Jerome Guisset tackle...
France's Eric Anselme falls to the ground while his teammates Christophe Moly (L) and Jerome Guisset tackle Samoa's Kylie Leuluai during their 2008 Rugby League world cup match in Penrith, near Sydney November 9, 2008. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA)
RUGBY/
RTXAEQE
November 09, 2008
France's Janal Fakir (L) pulls the t-shirt of Samoa's Ben Roberts during their 2008 Rugby League world...
Penrith, Australia
France's Fakir pulls the t-shirt of Samoa's Roberts during their game in Sydney
France's Janal Fakir (L) pulls the t-shirt of Samoa's Ben Roberts during their 2008 Rugby League world cup match in Penrith, near Sydney, November 9, 2008. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA)
RUGBY/
RTXAEPI
November 09, 2008
France's Christophe Molly (R) is tackled by Samoa's Misi Taulapapa during their 2008 Rugby League world...
Penrith, Australia
France's Molly is tackled by Samoa's Taulapapa during their game in Sydney
France's Christophe Molly (R) is tackled by Samoa's Misi Taulapapa during their 2008 Rugby League world cup match in Penrith, near Sydney, November 9, 2008. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA)
RUGBY/
RTXAEPD
November 09, 2008
Samoa's Frank Puletua makes his way among France players during their 2008 Rugby League world cup match...
Penrith, Australia
Samoa's Frank Puletua makes his way among France players in Sydney
Samoa's Frank Puletua makes his way among France players during their 2008 Rugby League world cup match in Penrith, near Sydney, November 9, 2008. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA)
RUGBY/
RTXAEPC
November 09, 2008
France's Sebastien Planas and Samoa's Misi Taulapapa jump for the ball during their 2008 Rugby League...
Penrith, Australia
France's Planas and Samoa's Taulapapa jump for the ball in Sydney
France's Sebastien Planas and Samoa's Misi Taulapapa jump for the ball during their 2008 Rugby League world cup match in Penrith, near Sydney November 9, 2008. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA)
BRITAIN
RTR12N6X
March 12, 2003
Britain's Prince of Wales looks pensive during a visit to The Toffee
Shop in Penrith, Cumbria March...
Penrith, UK
BRITAIN'S PRINCE OF WALES LOOKS PENSIVE DURING A VISIT TO THE TOFFEE
SHOP IN PENRITH.
Britain's Prince of Wales looks pensive during a visit to The Toffee
Shop in Penrith, Cumbria March 12, 2003. Britain will see the
publication of a potentially damaging report on an internal inquiry
conducted by Sir Michael Peat, Prince Charles' private secretary, on
Thursday which was set up to examine allegations of gay rape, fraud and
impropiety among servants at St James' Palace. REUTERS/John Giles/POOL

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BRITAIN
RTR12N6Q
March 12, 2003
Britain's Prince of Wales looks pensive during a visit to The Toffee
Shop in Penrith, Cumbria March...
Penrith, UK
BRITAIN'S PRINCE OF WALES LOOKS PENSIVE DURING A VISIT TO THE TOFFEE
SHOP IN PENRITH.
Britain's Prince of Wales looks pensive during a visit to The Toffee
Shop in Penrith, Cumbria March 12, 2003. Britain will see the
publication of a potentially damaging report on an internal inquiry
conducted by Sir Michael Peat, Prince Charles' private secretary, on
Thursday which was set up to examine allegations of gay rape, fraud and
impropiety among servants at St James' Palace. REUTERS/John Giles/POOL

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BRITAIN
RTRJUX5
March 12, 2003
British Royal Navy diver Matt Cable stands guard on one of three
British mine hunter ships, HMS Ledbury,...
Penrith, UK
BRITISH ROYAL NAVY DIVER MATT CABLE STANDS GUARD ABOARD HMS LEDBURY IN
BAHRAIN.
British Royal Navy diver Matt Cable stands guard on one of three
British mine hunter ships, HMS Ledbury, docked in Manama, Bahrain March
12, 2003. Britain said on Wednesday that Iraqi President Saddam Hussein
must declare on television that he will give up hidden weapons of mass
destruction as one of six conditions to avoid war. REUTERS/Adam
Butler/POOL

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BRITAIN
RTRJUVH
March 12, 2003
Britain's Prince of Wales smiles during a visit to The Toffee Shop in
Penrith, Cumbria March 12, 2003....
Penrith, UK
BRITAIN'S PRINCE OF WALES VISITS TOFFEE SHOP IN PENRITH.
Britain's Prince of Wales smiles during a visit to The Toffee Shop in
Penrith, Cumbria March 12, 2003. Britain will see the publication of a
potentially damaging report on an internal inquiry conducted by Sir
Michael Peat, Prince Charles' private secretary, on Thursday which was
set up to examine allegations of gay rape, fraud and impropiety among
servants at St James' Palace. REUTERS/Pool/John Giles

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BRITAIN
RTRJUU9
March 12, 2003
Britain's Prince of Wales smiles during a visit to The Toffee Shop in
Penrith, Cumbria, March 12, 2003....
Penrith, UK
BRITAIN'S PRINCE OF WALES VISITS TOFFEE SHOP IN PENRITH.
Britain's Prince of Wales smiles during a visit to The Toffee Shop in
Penrith, Cumbria, March 12, 2003. Britain will see the publication of a
potentially damaging report on an internal inquiry conducted by Sir
Michael Peat, Prince Charles' private secretary, on Thursday which was
set up to examine allegations of gay rape, fraud and impropiety among
servants at St James' Palace. REUTERS/Pool/John Giles

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BRITAIN
RTXKF63
March 27, 2001
Dead sheep lay in a pen near the village of Ellonby, near Penrith in Cumbria, northern England March...
Penrith, UK
Dead sheep lay in a pen near the village of Ellonby, near Penrith in Cumbria, northern England March.....
Dead sheep lay in a pen near the village of Ellonby, near Penrith in Cumbria, northern England March 27, 2001 as the British army continues to destroy and dispose of thousands of sheep. [Speaking to the House of Commons today, Agriculture Minister Nick Brown stated that Britain's outbreak of foot and mouth disease is unprecedented internationally and has yet to reach its peak.]
BRITAIN
RTXKF62
March 27, 2001
Dead sheep and lambs lay in a pen near the village of Ellonby, near Penrith in Cumbria, northern England...
Penrith, UK
Dead sheep and lambs lay in a pen near the village of Ellonby, near Penrith in Cumbria, northern Eng.....
Dead sheep and lambs lay in a pen near the village of Ellonby, near Penrith in Cumbria, northern England March 27, 2001 as the army continues to destroy and dispose of thousands of sheep. [Speaking to the House of Commons today, Agriculture Minister Nick Brown stated that Britain's outbreak of foot and mouth disease is unprecedented internationally and has yet to reach its peak]
BRITAIN
RTRG8FY
March 27, 2001
Dead lambs lay in a pen near the village of Ellonby, near Penrith in Cumbria, northern England March...
Penrith, UK
DEAD LAMBS LIE IN A FIELD NEAR THE VILLAGE OF ELLONBY IN CUMBRIA.
Dead lambs lay in a pen near the village of Ellonby, near Penrith in Cumbria, northern England March 27, 2001 as the army continues to destroy and dispose of thousands of sheep.

DCS
BRITAIN
RTRG8FT
March 27, 2001
Dead sheep and lambs lay in a pen near the village of Ellonby, near Penrith in Cumbria, northern England...
Penrith, UK
A PILE OF DEAD SHEEP AT NEAR THE VILLAGE OF ELLONBY IN CUMBRIA.
Dead sheep and lambs lay in a pen near the village of Ellonby, near Penrith in Cumbria, northern England March 27, 2001 as the army continues to destroy and dispose of thousands of sheep.

DCS
BRITAIN
RTRG8FE
March 27, 2001
Dead sheep lay in a pen near the village of Ellonby, near Penrith in Cumbria, northern England March...
Penrith, UK
DEAD SHEEP AT NEAR THE VILLAGE OF ELLONBY IN CUMBRIA.
Dead sheep lay in a pen near the village of Ellonby, near Penrith in Cumbria, northern England March 27, 2001 as the British army continues to destroy and dispose of thousands of sheep. Speaking to the House of Commons today, Agriculture Minister Nick Brown stated that Britain's outbreak of foot and mouth disease is unprecedented internationally and has yet to reach its peak.

JJM/JDP
FOOD DISEASE BRITAIN
RTRFW1V
March 20, 2001
Commanding Officer Major Belinda Forsythe (R) and Staff Sergeant Neil Jordan from the 158 Provo Company...
Penrith, UK
MAJOR FORSYTHE AND SERGEANT JORDAN LOOK AT A MAP OF DEVON AT THEIR BARRACKS IN EXETER.
Commanding Officer Major Belinda Forsythe (R) and Staff Sergeant Neil Jordan from the 158 Provo Company Royal Military Police look at a map of the Devon area at the Wyvern Barracks in Exeter March 20, 2001. Britain insisted today that tourists visiting from around the world would still find a green and pleasant land despite the presence of army troops fighting a foot-and-mouth epidemic ripping through the country.

BR
FOOD DISEASE BRITAIN
RTRFVZF
March 20, 2001
Commanding Officer Major Belinda Forsythe (R) and Staff Sergeant Neil Jordan from the 158 Provo Company...
Penrith, UK
MAJOR FORSYTHE AND SERGEANT JORDAN LOOK AT A MAP OF DEVON AT THEIR BARRACKS IN EXETER.
Commanding Officer Major Belinda Forsythe (R) and Staff Sergeant Neil Jordan from the 158 Provo Company Royal Military Police look at a map of the Devon area at the Wyvern Barracks in Exeter March 20, 2001. Britain insisted today that tourists visiting from around the world would still find a green and pleasant land despite the presence of army troops fighting a foot-and-mouth epidemic ripping through the country.

BR/AA
FOOD DISEASE BRITAIN
RTRFVH7
March 20, 2001
A vet drags a dead sheep across a field near the village of Unthank in Cumbria, March 20, 2001. Britain...
Penrith, UK
A VET DRAGS A DEAD SHEEP ACROSS A FIELD NEAR THE VILLAGE OF UNTHANK IN CUMBRIA.
A vet drags a dead sheep across a field near the village of Unthank in Cumbria, March 20, 2001. Britain insisted today that tourists visiting from around the world would still find a green and pleasant land despite the presence of army troops fighting a foot-and-mouth epidemic ripping through the country.

JJM/PS
FOOD DISEASE BRITAIN
RTRFVH0
March 20, 2001
A sheep grazes in a field near the village of Unthank in Cumbria, March 20,
2001. Britain insisted today...
Penrith, UK
A SHEEP GRAZES IN A FIELD NEAR THE VILLAGE OF UNTHANK IN CUMBRIA.
A sheep grazes in a field near the village of Unthank in Cumbria, March 20,
2001. Britain insisted today that tourists visiting from around the world
would still find a green and pleasant land despite the presence of army
troops fighting a foot-and-mouth epidemic ripping through the country.
NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE REUTERS

JJM/PS
FOOD DISEASE BRITAIN
RTRFVD8
March 20, 2001
A vet drags a dead sheep across a field near the village of Unthank in Cumbria, March 20, 2001. Britain...
Penrith, UK
A VET DRAGS A DEAD SHEEP ACROSS A FIELD NEAR THE VILLAGE OF UNTHANK IN CUMBRIA.
A vet drags a dead sheep across a field near the village of Unthank in Cumbria, March 20, 2001. Britain insisted today that tourists visiting from around the world would still find a green and pleasant land dispite the presence of army troops fighting a foot-and-mouth epidemic ripping through the country.

JJM/PS/WS
FOOD DISEASE BRITAIN
RTRFUGW
March 19, 2001
Slaughtered sheep lie in a field near the village of Unthank in Cumbria March 19, 2001. British farmers...
Penrith, UK
SHEEP LIE IN A FIELD AFTER BEING SLAUGHTER NEAR THE VILLAGE OF UNTHANK IN CUMBRIA.
Slaughtered sheep lie in a field near the village of Unthank in Cumbria March 19, 2001. British farmers in areas worst hit by the foot-and-mouth epidemic sweeping the nation urged the government to speed up its programme of slaughtering and destroying sick animals.

JJM/BR
FOOD DISEASE BRITAIN
RTRFUG0
March 19, 2001
Slaughtered sheep lie in a field near the village of Unthank in Cumbria, northern England March 19, 2001....
Penrith, UK
SHEEP LIE IN A FIELD AFTER SLAUGHTER NEAR THE VILLAGE OF UNTHANK IN CUMBRIA.
Slaughtered sheep lie in a field near the village of Unthank in Cumbria, northern England March 19, 2001. British farmers in areas worst hit by the foot-and-mouth epidemic sweeping the nation urged the government to speed up its programme of slaughtering and destroying sick animals.

JJM/BR
FOOD DISEASE BRITAIN
RTRFU9R
March 19, 2001
Slaughtered sheep lie in a field near the village of Unthank in Cumbria, northern England March 19, 2001....
Penrith, UK
SLAUGHTERED SHEEP LIE IN A FIELD AFTER SLAUGHTER NEAR THE VILLAGE OF UNTHANK IN CUMBRIA.
Slaughtered sheep lie in a field near the village of Unthank in Cumbria, northern England March 19, 2001. British farmers in areas worst hit by the foot-and-mouth epidemic sweeping the nation urged the government to speed up its programme of slaughtering and destroying sick animals.

JJM/PS
FOOD DISEASE BRITAIN
RTRFU8T
March 19, 2001
Slaughtered sheep lie in a field near the village of Unthank in Cumbria, northern England March 19, 2001....
Penrith, UK
SHEEP LIE IN A FIELD AFTER BEING SLAUGHTERED NEAR THE VILLAGE OF UNTHANK IN CUMBRIA.
Slaughtered sheep lie in a field near the village of Unthank in Cumbria, northern England March 19, 2001. British farmers in areas worst hit by the foot-and-mouth epidemic sweeping the nation urged the government to speed up its programme of slaughtering and destroying sick animals.

JJM/PS
FOOD DISEASE BRITAIN
RTRFU8F
March 19, 2001
Slaughtered sheep lie in a field near the village of Unthank in Cumbria March 19, 2001. British farmers...
Penrith, UK
SHEEP AFTER BEING SLAUGHTERED NEAR THE VILLAGE OF UNTHANK IN CUMBRIA.
Slaughtered sheep lie in a field near the village of Unthank in Cumbria March 19, 2001. British farmers in areas worst hit by the foot-and-mouth epidemic sweeping the nation urged the government to speed up its programme of slaughtering and destroying sick animals.

JJM/PS
AUSTRALIA
RTRTUEN
April 13, 2000
Jurij Korenjak from Slovenia takes the drop at the start of the Penrith Whitewater Stadium course in...
Penrith, Australia
SLOVENIA WHITEWATER CANOEIST IN ACTION AT PENRITH NEAR SYDNEY.
Jurij Korenjak from Slovenia takes the drop at the start of the Penrith Whitewater Stadium course in the C1 discipline April 13. Kayakers and canoe paddlers from around the world have been training for the World Cup to be held later this month at the man-made venue for the whitewater events for the Sydney 200 Olympic Games.

WB/PB
AUSTRALIA
RTRTUEG
April 13, 2000
David Ford, from Vancouver, Canada, world champion in the K1 whitewater slalom discipline, eyes the next...
Penrith, Australia
CANADA'S WORLD CHAMP WHITEWATER SLALOM KAYAKER IN ACTION AT PENRITH NEAR SYDNEY.
David Ford, from Vancouver, Canada, world champion in the K1 whitewater slalom discipline, eyes the next gate as he trains at Penrith's Whitewater Stadium April 13. Two-thirds into a four-month training stint at the venue for whitewater events for the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games, Ford rates the course as "The best one they've built yet". Kayakers and canoe paddlers from around the world have been training for the World Cup to be held later this month.

WB/PB
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