bullace


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small wild or half-domesticated Eurasian plum bearing small ovoid fruit in clusters

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This has now been carried out and, instead of an ancient fruiting hedge of haws, hips, crab apples, sloe, bullace and other prunus hybrids which were attractive to passers-by and a valuable source of food for birds and insects, whose branches provided shade and shelter, nesting and roosting sites, one is now confronted with old concrete posts and corrugated sheeting, previously hidden by the hedge.
J Smith, alterations, restoration and conversion of existing barn and outbuilding to form two houses and stables and storage (listed building), Bullace Trees Farm, 13 Bullace Trees Lane, Roberttown.
SHROPSHIRE PRUNE DAMSON This is a small plumlike fruit, measuring only a single centimetre long and wide, and is thought to be a hybrid of bullace (wild plum).
I garnished mine with a sweet bullace jam sauce, some roasted peanuts and a scoop of vanilla icecream, but it's up to you where you go with it.
The 36-year-old, who lives opposite the hospital building site in Bullace Croft, Edgbaston, can no longer pick up a clear image.
KIRKLEES Council has received the following planning applications: C Hare, alterations to existing store to form |house, Moorside Farm, Bullace Trees Lane, Roberttwon, Liversedge.
WE WRITE to you as members of the committee of the Roman Way Residents' Group that covers Roman Way, Vincent Drive, Leasow Drive and Bullace Croft.
THE Council has made the following decisions: Conditional permission: R Butterfield, alterations and |extension to garage and store to form house, Triangle Farm, 1 Bullace Trees Lane, Roberttown, Liversedge.
The first includes Roman Way, Bullace Croft and Leasow Drive where a temporary parking management scheme has already been agreed by the local residents' group.