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Synonyms for lychgate

a roofed gate to a churchyard, formerly used as a temporary shelter for the bier during funerals


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The vicar of St John's, the Rev Steve Martin said major building work was carried out at the church in 1991 which may have involved the lychgate, too.
All those memories from an old picture of a lychgate.
Located along the banks of the River Taff, Lychgate Gardens offers 14 stylish designs of two, three, four and five-bedroom properties suitable for all types of buyer.
completion of a nine-month study, Sanders, a Lockheed Martin company, has been selected by Siemens Plessey Systems to be a subcontractor for the implementation of the United Kingdom's LYCHGATE program.
The historic Lychgate Cottages next to Holy Trinity Church may be given a makeover and rented out as part of a new scheme to put some of the city's oldest buildings to new use.
His legacy is all around, not least in the old Norman arch from the former church, which the rector turned into a lychgate.
The force of it blew my father down the high street into the Lychgate Cafe window.
The fish, one of the biggest barbel to have come from a stillwater in the UK, came from Lychgate Fisheries at Stoke Golding in Warwickshire.
Starting from the lychgate of St Mary's Church on Norton Green we walk along the northern edge of the Green to pass the striking brickwork of Red House School before turning left into Mill Lane.
15am in church, followed by a short Act of Remembrance at the church lychgate at approximately 10am.
The Taylor Wimpey Lychgate Gardens site has officially launched with two fullyfurnished show homes.
The St Cuthbert's Church Lychgate War Memorial in Allendale was unveiled on August 1, 1920 by Viscountess Allendale and includes the names of the 22 local men who lost their lives in the First World War and the two men who died in the Second World War.
Gateshead Housing Company won an injunction against Atkinson, of Lychgate Court, Chandless Estate, Gateshead, after complaints from frightened staff.
After the service, members of Lord Sheppard's family were accompanying the coffin to Lychgate to hear the words of committal.
Some of the carpenters have known Merry since she was a little girl, and the cottage incorporates a number of extremely personal touches - with detailing copied from the school where we met and the lychgate at the church where we married.