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a pen where stray animals are confined

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Pictured is a young Dennis Powdrill who started work at the factory at the Pinfold Gate site in 1944 and who nominated William Cotton for the award.
Andy Clarke, who lives on St Mary's Terrace near the pinfold, said: "That gate is about head height so that water is about 5ft deep.
The council drained the flooded area before disposing of the water, which ended up in the pinfold.
Scrubland off Pinfold Lane, Flockton and, below, the for sale site on the site | 080915CFLOCKTON_02 SIMON MORLEY
The benthic foraminiferal species such as Miscellanea miscella(D' ARCHIAC and HAIME) with association of Lockhartiahaimei (DAVIES), Operculinasubsalsa DAVIES and PINFOLD and Lockhartiaconditi NUTTALL with Ranikothaliasindensis(DAVIES), Ranikothalianuttali (DAVIES), Operculinapatalensis DAVIES and PINFOLD, Discocyclinaranikotensis DAVIES and PINFOLD, Lockhartiatipperi (DAVIES) and Assilinasubspinosa DAVIES and PINFOLD suggesting an Upper Paleocene age.
BBC Two Wales, 9pm After sampling what life would have been like for those living on Tudor, Victorian, Edwardian and wartime farms, historian Ruth Goodman and archaeologists Peter Ginn and Tom Pinfold are about to immerse themselves in a completely different way of life - and thankfully for them, it doesn't include mucking out animals.
Historian Ruth Goodman, along with archaeologists Peter Ginn and Tom Pinfold, turn the clock back more than 500 years to run a farm in West Sussex exactly as it would have been during the reign of Henry VII.
Planning permission has been granted to build affordable homes on the canalside scheme off Mansfield Road for Midland Heart Housing Association and to convert Pinfold Barn into two houses to be sold on the open market through the Galliford Try brand Linden Homes.
The application for a waste management facility at Pinfold Lane Quarry, Alltami, was discussed at a special meeting of Flintshire County Council's planning committee yesterday but was refused on the grounds it was not needed.
EVELYN Waugh's The Ordeal of Gilbert Pinfold, that "conversation piece' drawn,, as the author confessed, from his own "brief bout of hallucination in 1954 (Waugh, Ordeal n.
Maybe so in the modern era, but in working on his latest book - The Velka Pardubicka and the Grand National: The story of two horse races - John Pinfold came across a day in June 1857 when every race in Moscow was won by a British jockey - E Wines, W Ford, J Wood, W Wood, a certain Bilton, T Dukes and J Dockeray.
In addition Sue Pinfold, director of business operations for Spafax, is continuing as secretary.
In Voices of Rebellion, Ruth Whittle and Debbie Pinfold examine the lives and selected writings of Malwida von Meysenbug (1816-1903), Fanny Lewald (1811-1889), Johanna Kinkel (1810-1858), and Louise Aston (1814-1871) within the political context of the mid-19th century, specifically the events surrounding the German Revolution of 1848-49.
Orston Bulman and Vera Gude, friends for 45 years, have lived in Sunderland all their lives and now live in seperate apartments at McCarthy & Stone's Pinfold Court.