pigeon loft

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a raised shelter in which pigeons are kept


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IN THE NEWS: How we covered the arson attack at the time, right, which left five pigeons dead and seven having to be put down DEVASTATED: John Clayton, above, who says it has cost him pounds 3,000 for a new shed and pounds 2,500 for new birds after Anthony Michael Moody caused his pigeon loft to burn down on Christmas Day last year
This cree is regarded as culturally significant as the world's only Grade-II listed pigeon loft.
The pigeon lofts were probably the worst and it is a job no one should have to do.
Earlier this month, thugs targeted a pigeon loft in Port Clarence, killing 30 birds, just weeks after an attack at nearby allotments which left 80 pigeons dead.
But there are also the dreams where he remembers being locked up by the school bully in a pigeon loft.
Mr Everington received a telephone call from police on Saturday morning saying his shed and pigeon loft had been set alight.
A PIGEON loft has been included on a trail of important architectural and historical sites.
A blaze in a pigeon loft killed as many as 20 birds at the weekend.
Buildings in the project, launched by English Heritage yesterday, will include 197 palaces, 52 garden sheds, nine skating rinks, 663 lavatories and a racing pigeon loft.
A pigeon loft, two sheds and two greenhouses were burned to a cinder.
A spokesman for Durham Police said: "We had a call about a burglary from a pigeon loft initially then a report that the birds had been found in a bus stop with their heads taken off.
Brian Tumilty, 41, broke into Stephen Elliott's pigeon loft, in Shilbottle, Northumberland, when his own racing birds went missing in an arson attack.
Steve McKenzie was given just a month's notice to get rid of a pigeon loft in his garden near Perth.
Images include a pigeon loft at Easington, County Durham, pictures of greyhound training and racing and the Rock and Rennington Scarecrow Festival, Northumberland.
CREATING A FLAP: Pigeon fancier James Haslam, 70, pictured below, has been refused planning permission to erect a pigeon loft in his back garden Picture by DOUG MOODY