churchyard

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the yard associated with a church

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Admission is PS5 and there'll be a tour of the church and church yard.
At night, as the bewinged gargoyles stare down from the roof as meteors flash by unnoticed, the graves in the church yard at All Saints are prowled by foxes and slinky domestic cats.
After seeing her grave in the church yard, I felt sick all day.
It is the church yard which is closed, not the 1 9th Century church itself, as reported in the Daily Post last Thursday.
The failure to grasp the needs of young people is shown by the state of St Philip's church yard.
The teens were caught by police smoking cannabis and drank alcohol as they gathered with other youths by graves in the church yard.
Poems from the Past: A Life in Verse touched on a range of subjects from the Tees Bridge and the steelworks to Stokesley church yard and memories of school days.
The fashion for coffee houses had reached Liverpool and three establishments are listed, including The Merchants Coffee House, in Old Church Yard, "commanding a view of the river and signal poles, it is conveniently situated for attending to the movements of shipping".
The raiders, who had stacked the lead in the church yard, fled as police approached.
Local people are now being urged to come up with a name for a space near All Saints Church Yard.
ANTISOCIAL BEHAVIOUR -There have been reports of antisocial behaviour in the Church Yard at Green Cliff in Honley.
When police arrived, the offenders ran off across the church yard and towards the nearby disused railway line.
Poems from the Past: A Life in Verse touches on a range of subjects from the Tees Bridge and the steelworks to Stokesley church yard and memories of school days.
What will be known as Church Yard will be a key link between the old heart of the city centre and the new development.
There has certainly been an increase in people at the bottom of town around the parish church yard but that might be due to it being summer and not just because the centre closed.