coalpit


Also found in: Thesaurus.

coalpit

(ˈkəʊlˌpɪt)
n
(Mining & Quarrying) another name for coalmine
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.coalpit - a mine where coal is dug from the groundcoalpit - a mine where coal is dug from the ground
colliery, pit - a workplace consisting of a coal mine plus all the buildings and equipment connected with it
mine - excavation in the earth from which ores and minerals are extracted
References in periodicals archive ?
Younger grazing sorts to PS1,040 (15m) for Charolais crosses from C Alford, Forest Coalpit.
Crews from Nuneaton and Bedworth fire station responded to 999 calls made at just before 1pm on Thursday to report the collision between the car and tractor on Coalpit Lane.
CONDITIONAL APPROVAL | |A Hicks, construction of singlestorey front extension (within a conservation area), Wheel Cottage, 2, Coalpit Lane, Upper Denby.
It was the year of the Cannock coalpit explosion tragedy, the year British airship R101 crashed in France, and the year in which Princess Margaret was born.
I know from my own experience owning over 500 acres of land and a house on Coalpit Lane, approximately half a mile from this proposed application, the gypsy family and their associates have caused myself and my family a great deal of disturbance and annoyance," he wrote.
WOLSTON GRANGE, COALPIT LANE Guide price: pounds 749,950 Agent: Crowhurst Gale Tel: 01788 522266 An excellent detached property set in approximately two acres being sold with an existing, lucrative cattery business.
No flowers but donations may be made to Frenchay Palliative Care Unit c/o F Woodruff Funeral Directors, 192 Badminton Road, Coalpit Heath, Bristol.
Following the success of the inaugural national show last year breed president Nigel Hammill, owner of the Tegsnose herd at Pyegreave Farm, Coalpit Lane, Langley, Cheshire, is anticipating an even larger entry this year.
30pm; Arfryn, Pentrecelyn; Hawarden Castle, Hawarden; six Llanasa village gardens, near Prestatyn; Mere Hall, Oxton, Birkenhead; Ness Cottage, Coalpit Lane, Mollington, all 2-6pm.
Noble, From Coalpit to Pulpit: Anecdotes and Incidents from the Life of the Reverend Peter Mackenzie (London, 1895) pp.
It is only fair to him to say, however, that when faced with a limited budget and a strong local tradition in materials, he could do a simple, correct and most attractive church-plus-parsonage, as at Coalpit Heath in Gloucestershire.
Bosses at British Transport Police (BTP ) have slammed the "very dangerous behaviour" of the young children whose struck in Coalpit Fields Road on Thursday afternoon.