Ings is an old word of Norse origin referring to water meadows and marshes,[1] including those that were part of the Humber flood plain.

The term appears in place names in Yorkshire (such as Fairburn Ings RSPB reserve, Clifton Ings in York, Derwent Ings, Sutton Ings, Acaster South Ings, and Wetherby Ings), as well as in Cumbria,[2] and in Lincolnshire.[3]

See also


  1. ^ "Yorkshire Dialect Words of Old Norse Origin",, I
  2. ^ "Beckmickle Ing",
  3. ^ "Far Ings Nature Reserve",
2010 Hull City Council election

The 2010 Hull City Council election took place on 6 May 2010 to elect members of Hull City Council in England. One third of the council was up for election and Liberal Democrats retained control of the council.After the election, the composition of the council was

Liberal Democrat 33

Labour 22

Conservative 2

Independent 2

2011 Hull City Council election

The 2011 Hull City Council election took place on 5 May 2011 to elect members of Hull City Council in England. One third of the council was up for election and Labour gained control of the council from the Liberal Democrats.After the election, the composition of the council was

Labour 34

Liberal Democrat 22

Conservative 2

Independent 1

2013–14 Burnley F.C. season

The 2013–14 season was Burnley's 4th consecutive season in the Championship. They also competed in the League Cup and the FA Cup.

2014 Hull City Council election

The 2014 Hull City Council election took place on 22 May 2014 to elect members of Hull City Council in England. One third of the council was up for election and Labour retained control of the council.

A total of 46,205 people voted from a registered electorate of 167,336. Turnout was therefore 27.6%

After the election, the composition of the council was

Labour 39

Liberal Democrat 15

Conservative 2

Independent 2

UK Independence 1

2014–15 Burnley F.C. season

The 2014–15 season was Burnley's first season back in the Premier League after gaining promotion in the previous season. They also competed in the League Cup and the FA Cup.

2018–19 Southampton F.C. season

The 2018–19 Southampton F.C. season is the club's 20th season in the Premier League and their 42nd in the top division of English football. In addition to the Premier League, the club also competed in the FA Cup and the EFL Cup. Southampton finished the season 16th in the Premier League table with 9 wins, 12 draws and 17 losses. The club were knocked out of the third round of the FA Cup by Championship side Derby County, and were knocked out of the EFL Cup in the fourth round by fellow Premier League team Leicester City. The 2018–19 season was Southampton's last with manager Mark Hughes, who departed on 3 December 2018 with the club in the relegation zone with only one win from 14 games. Former Leipzig manager Ralph Hasenhüttl was appointed as his replacement the next day, after Kelvin Davis took charge of the team's next game.Following the end of the 2017–18 season, Southampton released a number of players, including first-team defenders Florin Gardoș and Jérémy Pied. The club also sold Serbian midfielder Dušan Tadić to Dutch club Ajax for £10 million. Several players were also brought in during the summer – Scottish midfielder Stuart Armstrong from Premiership champions Celtic for £7 million, Norwegian winger Mohamed Elyounoussi from Swiss side Basel for £16 million, goalkeeper Angus Gunn from Premier League champions Manchester City for £13.5 million, and Danish centre-back Jannik Vestergaard from German club Borussia Mönchengladbach. In August, Liverpool striker Danny Ings joined on an initial loan, with a permanent move planned for the following summer. A number of players were loaned out, including striker Guido Carrillo, playmaker Sofiane Boufal, and midfielder Jordy Clasie.In the January transfer window, the club sold out-of-favour striker Manolo Gabbiadini to Italian side Sampdoria for an undisclosed fee. Midfielder Steven Davis also returned to his former club Rangers on loan until the end of the season, while Wesley Hoedt and Cédric Soares moved to Celta Vigo and Inter Milan on loan until the end of the season respectively.

Bud Ings

Albert Earle (Bud) Ings (February 5, 1926 – March 20, 2015) was a Canadian politician, who served in the Legislative Assembly of Prince Edward Island from 1970 to 1982. He represented the electoral district of 3rd Kings as a member of the Prince Edward Island Liberal Party.Born in Mount Herbert, Prince Edward Island, Ings graduated from the Ontario Veterinary College in 1952. He served in the Executive Council of Prince Edward Island as Minister of Agriculture and Minister of Health. In 2008, he published his first book, Mud, Sweat and Tears : Tales from a Country Vet, and in 2010, published Vet Behind the Years : More Tales from a Country Vet.In 2009, Ings was inducted into the Atlantic Agricultural Hall of Fame. In 2012, Ings was appointed to the Order of Prince Edward Island. Ings died in Montague, Prince Edward Island on March 20, 2015.

Daniel Ings

Daniel Ings (born 1985) is an English actor. He is perhaps best known for starring as Luke Curran in the Channel 4/Netflix comedy series Lovesick.

Danny Ings

Daniel William John Ings (born 23 July 1992) is an English professional footballer who plays as a forward for Southampton, on loan from fellow Premier League club Liverpool, and the England national team.

Ings started his career in the youth team of Southampton but was released as a schoolboy. He subsequently joined AFC Bournemouth, progressing through their youth system, while also spending time at Dorchester Town on loan. In 2011 Ings joined Burnley with whom he won the 2013–14 Championship Player of the Year, and helped them achieve promotion to the Premier League. Following Burnley's relegation, and the expiry of his contract with the club, Ings moved to Liverpool in the summer of 2015, but his first season at Anfield was ended after two months due to injury. His second season with Liverpool was also mired by injury, with Ings only making two League Cup appearances throughout the 2016–17 season. Ings joined Southampton on loan in August 2018, with his move set to be made permanent on 1 July 2019 following an obligation to buy clause in his contract.

Formerly an under-21 international, Ings made his senior debut for England in October 2015.

Derwent Ings

Derwent Ings is a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) divided between North Yorkshire and the East Riding of Yorkshire, England. Derwent Ings is of international significance and has been designated a Wetland of International Importance under the Ramsar Convention and as a Special Protection Area under the terms of the European Community Directive. Part of the site is owned by the Yorkshire Wildlife Trust and is managed in conjunction with English Nature. It lies adjacent to the River Derwent between Sutton upon Derwent and Menthorpe. The site, which was designated a SSSI in 1975, consists of a series of neutral alluvial flood meadows, fen and swamp communities and freshwater habitats. It is one of the most important examples of agriculturally unimproved species-rich alluvial flood meadow habitat remaining in the UK.

In winter the Ings support internationally important concentrations of waterfowl, in excess of 20,000 individuals, together with nationally important numbers of Bewick's swan, teal, wigeon, mallard, pochard, golden plover and ruff.

Fairburn Ings RSPB reserve

Fairburn Ings Nature Reserve is a protected area in Yorkshire, England, which is noted for its avian biodiversity.

The reserve has recorded around 280 bird species, remarkable for an inland site in the United Kingdom. This is explained by the site being on migration routes as well as the diversity of habitats.

Ings, Cumbria

Ings is a village in the South Lakeland district of Cumbria, England. It lies on the course on the River Gowan and A591 road, to the east of the lake, Windermere.

Historically a part of Westmorland, Ings' most notable landmark is its parish church, the Church of St Anne.

Kendrick Ings

Kendrick Ings (born June 17, 1990) is an American football wide receiver for the Atlantic City Blackjacks of the Arena Football League (AFL). He has also been a member of the Dodge City Law (CPIFL), Detroit Lions (NFL) and BC Lions (CFL).

Lovesick (TV series)

Lovesick (formerly known as Scrotal Recall) is a British sitcom created by Tom Edge which was first broadcast on Channel 4 in October 2014 and stars Johnny Flynn, Antonia Thomas, Daniel Ings and Joshua McGuire. After the show was originally aired on Channel 4, it was made available by Netflix, who then commissioned a second season globally on 17 November 2016, where it was billed as a Netflix Original. The show was renewed for a third season, which was released exclusively on Netflix on 1 January 2018.

North Ings Farm Museum

The North Ings Farm Museum is a working farm museum containing a 2 ft (610 mm) narrow gauge railway, running on a circuit of 1⁄4 mile (0.40 km). It is located at Dorrington, between Lincoln and Sleaford, in Lincolnshire. The museum includes agricultural machinery and tractors, commercial vehicles, portable steam pumps and a fairground organ.

Simon Ings

Simon Ings is an English novelist and science writer living in London. He was born in July 1965 in Horndean and educated at Churcher's College, Petersfield and at King's College London and Birkbeck College, London.

Ings has written a number of novels, short prose and articles for national newspapers. He is also an arts editor at New Scientist. His non-fiction book The Eye: A Natural History delved into the science of vision exploring the chemistry, physics and biology of the eye.

Ings has collaborated with M. John Harrison on short fiction including "The Dead" (1992) and "The Rio Brain". The latter was published as a separate booklet by Night Shade Books and was available only with the limited edition of Harrison's collection Things That Never Happen. He has also collaborated on short fiction with Charles Stross.

Staveley, Cumbria

Staveley (grid reference SD469981) is a village in the South Lakeland district, in Cumbria, England. Historically part of Westmorland, it is situated 4 miles (6 km) northwest of Kendal where the River Kent is joined by its tributary the Gowan. It is also known as Staveley-in-Westmorland and Staveley-in-Kendal to distinguish it from Staveley-in-Cartmel (a small village near Newby Bridge which is now in Cumbria but was previously in Lancashire). There are three civil parishes – Nether Staveley, Over Staveley and Hugill (part). Their total population at the 2011 Census was 1,593 but this includes those living in the hamlet of Ings in Hugill parish.

Sutton Ings

Sutton Ings is a suburb of Kingston upon Hull, in the East Riding of Yorkshire, England. It was served by Sutton-on-Hull railway station. It is near the larger area of Sutton-on-Hull.

York Racecourse

York Racecourse is a horse racing venue in York, North Yorkshire, England.

It is the third biggest racecourse in Britain in terms of total prize money offered, and second behind Ascot in prize money offered per meeting. It attracts around 350,000 racegoers per year and stages three of the UK's 36 annual Group 1 races – the Juddmonte International Stakes, the Nunthorpe Stakes and the Yorkshire Oaks.

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