a sightseeing trip to see African animals in their natural habitat
invaders who came to Britain from various parts of Europe in AD 400
this includes the countries of Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland and Iceland
only occurring at certain times of the year. For example, in some holiday areas, gift shops and attractions are only open in the summer.
small pieces of rock which are carried by the water and settle on the river bed (deposition)
the facilities we need for daily life
things needed for daily life, such as shops, banks, schools, petrol stations and health centres
a place occupied by people. Settlements vary in size and can be cities, towns or villages.
a place where a group of people choose to make their homes. Many invaders who came to Britain eventually became settlers.
a place where people live varying in size from a city to a small village
waste matter from humans and animals
the beginning of a river, usually a spring high in the mountains
a combination of high wind and heavy rain, snow or hail. Sometimes thunder and lightening also occur.
an area of housing that has grown up on the outskirts of a city
the top of a mountain
the top of the mountain