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Another bonus in this busy tourist area has to be the private parking area for Almond Tree customers at the side of the restaurant.
It also known that the almond tree is the only plant to have this toxin in its flowers' nectar; in fact, the tree's subgenus classification is Amygdalus, after the toxin it produces.
Laidlaw's exclusion zone includes parts of Hillmorton Road, Tachbrook Close, Milverton Road, Pailton Close, Ashorne Close, Wappenbury Close, Wappenbury Road, Lapworth Road, Fulbrook Close, Haseley Road, Bretford Road, Petitor Crescent, River Walk and the common land running from Henley Road to Eburne Road - adjacent to Rosebery Avenue - Cherrybrook Way and Almond Tree Avenue.
"The flats in Almond Tree Avenue are cleaned fortnightly and, when required, additional cleaning has taken place.
The accident happened in Hall Green Road, Alderman's Green, about 50 yards from the junction with Almond Tree Avenue, shortly before 9am.
The Bell Green Area Tenants and Residents Association (BATRA) is holding the event on the field on Roseberry Avenue and the field alongside Almond Tree Avenue.
The man had been overcome by smoke after an accident while cooking on his kitchen stove in his flat in Almond Tree Avenue.
The drama happened in a two-storey block of flats in Almond Tree Avenue, Alderman's Green, Coventry, at about 1.30pm yesterday.
In addition to the homes, which will be assembled on site, work will also take place to improve the nearby pond in Almond Tree Avenue.
The 16-year-old was at the junction of Alderman's Green Road and Almond Tree Avenue in Alderman's Green, Coventry, with her 15-year-old friend at 8.45pm on Christmas Day.
Luke James Stew, aged 21, of Almond Tree Avenue, Bell Green was charged with driving with an incorrect licence and driving without insurance.
The 66-year-old widow, of Almond Tree Avenue, Alderman's Green, Coventry, said she had made several phone calls to landlords Whitefriars to report the matter.
In the nearly 20 years that Trish Jarvis has lived at the junction of Almond Tree Avenue and Hillmorton Road, in Bell Green, a ridiculous five crashes have seen her parked vehicles either written off or damaged.