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Synonyms for coalpit

a mine where coal is dug from the ground


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SUBMITTED | |James Peace, c/o agent, outline application for construction of detached property, land opposite, 4, Coalpit Lane, Upper Denby.
Yearling steers peaked at PS940 for superb Limousin cross steers (421kgs) from JK Morgan & Co, Senny, Charolais crosses to PS815 (330kgs) for smart Charolais crosses from C Alford, Fforest Coalpit.
With the last coalpit in Britain now closed, surely we do not want the same thing to happen to our steel industry?
Contractor address : The Pavillion Centre, Frog Lane, Coalpit Heath
Pentyrch, led again by Kristian Bell, have suffered a mixed pre-season - a win over Coalpit Heath followed by defeats against Sudbrook and Abergavenny.
Mrs Emery moved to live with her daughter in Coalpit Lane, Rugeley, four years ago after a lifetime in Birmingham.
Yearling heifer ( 1 Ken Hancock; 2 Mrs Pamela Holliday, Low Hall, Dacre, Harrogate, North Yorks; 3 Nigel Hammill, Oyegreave Farm, Coalpit Lane, Langley, Cheshire.
A fox ran to Coalpit Lane and then swinging right, handed in a circle around the covert, got to ground in a rabbit warren close to the Fosse.
And organisers fear the thriving group - which caters for 90 to 100 youngsters each week - may have to fold if they cannot raise the many thousands of pounds needed to replace the building at Coalpit Lane.
CASES heard at Coventry Magistrates Court on Friday, July 1, included: Stuart Bramwell, 29, of Coalpit Fields, Bedworth, admitted drink-driving in Foleshill Road (breath 62, limit 35).
More amusingly, folklore dictates that nearby Picktree and Rickleton would have been inhabited by very different neighbours - a goblin called Picktree Brag and local landlady Elsie Marley, who drowned in a coalpit.
Also available at Wolvey between Coventry and Nuneaton, eight miles from Rugby, is Furlong at Coalpit Lane, a detached 1960s property priced at pounds 280,000 to include three-quarters of an acre of gardens and grounds.
Bedworth - Coalpit Fields Road, Heath Road (between Smorrall Lane and Bowling Green Lane), Pebblebrook Way and Queen Street; ?
1916: Pte William Booth, of Coalpit Lane in Outlane was killed while serving with the Wellington Infantry Bridge in the New Zealand force.