corn exchange


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an exchange where grains are bought and sold

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The waiting is finally over, we can start taking positive steps towards a new future for The Corn Exchange in Crickhowell.
Corn Exchange Community Investment Group chairman, Dean Christy, said: "Despite a fantastic response from the people of Crickhowell, we do not yet have enough money pledged to buy The Corn Exchange at the price Punch Taverns are currently asking and to convert for local people to use.
Under One Roof is in the Edinburgh Corn Exchange next Friday, from 10am to 4pm.
Booking for the 114 apartments at the Corn Exchange will be available from February for a mid-year opening, with rates from PS85 a night.
ZOE CHAMBERLAIN l e Corn Exchange, Amblecote Road, Brierley Hill (Tel: 01384 262753).
After opening Anthony's the pair extended to three other dining spots including Piazza by Anthony in the Corn Exchange, Rib Shakk and Anthony's Patisserie in the Victoria Quarter.
There will be a free public exhibition in the Corn Exchange in Morpeth Town Hall from 10am-5pm on March 16.
My favourite restaurant has to be Chandlers Grand Brassiere in the Corn Exchange building in Lichfield.
Scouts from Sky TV's Football Icon 2 will be at the World of Football in Edinburgh's Corn Exchange next weekend, looking for Scotland's top new talent to award a first prize of a year's contract with the club.
I'm wearing a pair of white 1992 Reebok Classics from TK Maxx that cost pounds 30, jeans from the Corn Exchange in Leeds that were pounds 40, a grey hoodie from Psyche at pounds 25 in the sale, a pounds 10 belt from Envy and the hat was from H&M, pounds 12.
Cuthbert Brodrick's magnificent, boldly detailed 1860s Corn Exchange, now a specialist shopping centre, stands immediately to the north, with the extravagant Kirkgate Market beyond.
It stands like a spent watchtower due west of Metro-North's 125th street platform -- East Harlem's 118 year old Corn Exchange Bank.
This "doubtful collectibility" exception began with Corn Exchange Bank, 37 F2d 34 (2d Cir.
He walked a few steps to the shade of a building, reading a bronze plaque which said CHEMICAL CORN EXCHANGE BANK, and stopped reading, looked down at his shoes, across at the cars which moved rapidly into the streets, and in the windows of other buildings.
The Corn Exchange Community Investment Group (CECIG) have been trying to raise PS500,000 to buy the former Crickhowell High Street boozer from current owner Punch Taverns.