travelling people


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travelling people

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travelling folk

pl n
(Peoples) (sometimes capitals) Brit Gypsies or other itinerant people: a term used esp by such people of themselves
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4)Proposed Demolition Of Buildings At Former Travelling People Site, Sibbald~s Brae, Bathgate, EH48 2DUThe demolition of Former Travelling people site comprises the complete removal of the former office and 23 brick outbuildings including 23 metal clad sheds to ground level within the Former Travelling People Site at Sibbald~s Brae, Bathgate.
Are these the same travelling people who profess to be law-abiding, no trouble to anyone and who are persecuted by any local community it decided to take root in?
Today's photographs shows one corner of the encampment for travelling people at Appleby .
I HAVE been reading in today's Chronicle about the travelling people, pictured, to whom B S, Newcastle, gave support.
It would be humanitarian if society and council persons could allocate suitable sites for the travelling people with amenities as given to caravan parks.
Travellers' Last Rights - Responding to Death in a Cultural Context, written by Jacinta Brack and Fr Stephen Monaghan, was commissioned by the Parish of the Travelling People.
Before leaving for his diocesan pilgrimage to Rome this year, he granted "sanctuary" on his lawn to a dozen travelling people (Irish for gypsies), who had been ejected from their sites by the local authority.
Travelling people living in caravans near the yard in Larkhall had to be evacuated as gas bottles, petrol tanks and tyres started exploding in the heat.
A fear campaign has scared travelling people away from a Scots site.
About four years ago, I wrote to the Culture Company suggesting a concert featuring, say, the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra performing Strauss music and the Liverpool folk group, The Travelling People, performing Scouse folk songs.
I have ministered to travelling people and baptised them and I am prepared to continue doing so.