boggart


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boggart

(ˈbɒɡət)
n
dialect Northern English a ghost or poltergeist
[perhaps from bog, variant of bug2 + -ard]
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BOGGART Hole Clough once again offered a tough and challenging venue for the latest instalment of the Manchester and Area Cross-Country League.
Phil will appear on Countryfile where his film The Holmfirth Boggart, will be featured.
The former supermarket worker, now of Boggart Hill Drive, Seacroft, Leeds, denies murder.
This weekend the main event is the Manchester Area League at Boggart Hole Clough on Sunday, the same day as the Preston 10 mile road race.
FIXTURES this weekend: The second round of the Manchester Area Cross Country League, at Boggart Hole Clough, Manchester, on Sunday.
WHAT a wonderful writer Tom Slemen is -1 love his story about the Child wall Boggart.
His co-actors in the traditional Yorkshire comedy Boggart Neet are (from left) are Anne Parker, Wendy Baldwin and Andrew Clayton.
In the Manchester Wheelers CX event on Sunday at Boggart Hole Clough, Mark Baker and Andy Bryce wore the Deeside Olympic colours with pride, finishing 35th and 45th from an 80 rider field in the senior race.
This weekend's fixtures include the Pennington Flash fivemile race near Leigh on Saturday while on Sunday include the Sutton 10k near Chester, the Ormskirk 10k, Garstang Half Marathon and Boggart Clough 10k in Manchester.
BFM, not a man who normally springs into action, is quickly into his drinking stride - there are always 12 real ales to choose from here and we enjoy the delights of bitter brews called Jarrow, Rooster's Special, Boggart Angel Hill and Derwent Winter Gold.
The former teacher always enjoyed science fiction but became interested in spooky things while living in the Lancashire village of Stalmine which, according to folklore, once had a boggart.
The school head forthe finals at Leeds Grammar School after finishing second in the North West group at Boggart Hole Clough.