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Synonyms for coalpit

a mine where coal is dug from the ground


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Contractor address : The Pavillion Centre, Frog Lane, Coalpit Heath
50 from PM Lewis, Forest Coalpit and Welsh to PS48.
In Bedworth, three people were rescued from a taxi that had stalled in metre-deep water in Coalpit Fields Lane at 6pm on Tuesday.
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.
Evenly drawn, wellfinished tegs at 38-43kg were mostly over 210 pence, including several noticeable runs from T & D Merchant, Gobion; AJ Venner, Nash; WE & CW Jones, Chepstow; JG Thomas, Fforest Coalpit and GJ Sevenoaks & Sons, Cross Ash.
But on the day of his trial Odam, 36, of Coalpit Fields Road, Bedworth, pleaded guilty to an alternative charge of attempted theft.
When they reached Coalpit Lane in Shelley one of the men asked to have a go at driving.
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.
Smith, from Coalpit Heath, Glos, was jailed for eight months for dangerous driving and failing to stop.
Evenly drawn tegs met strong demand with several runs of well-finished, 38-42kg tegs, noticeably from EC Williams & Son, Llantrisant and JG Thomas, Fforest Coalpit, at around 210 pence.
The 17-year-old victim was punched several times to the head and also hit with a thick wooden branch before the gang made off , towards Coalpit Fields, with his bike and mobile phone.