cornist

cornist

(ˈkɔːnɪst)
n
(Music, other) obsolete a person who plays the horn
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Samantha Louise Fletcher, 46, of Maes Refail, Henryd, Conwy; Abbie Elizabeth Roberts, 25, of Cornist Lane, Flint; and Helen Massey, 45, of Cornwall Road, Shotton, admitted a charge of conspiring to supply anabolic steroids between May 1, 2013 and December 2, 2016.
Ben Cornist is responsible for the management of the newly opened branch.
They also came across a bull breed cross lurcher, abandoned in the playing fields of Cornist Park Primary School.
Since retiring as director of the Wynnstay Group, Edwin Hughes, of Cornist Ganol Farm, Flint, has been a senior JP, served as county NFU chairman, and continues to serve as founder and vice-chairman of the Flintshire Vintage and Classic Tractor Society.
Amy Cost, 19, from Cornist was among those in the queue at Church Street post office.
There is currently one school in Flintshire that has been awarded the Online Safety Mark - Cornist Park Primary School, Flint.
ABOVE: The new starters at Cornist Park, Flint | LEFT: Children at Ysgol Cae Top school, Bangor, with Miss Mary Roberts and Mrs Rebecca Roberts.
Simmons 3-16, Logan 2-17, Cornist 2-11, Barnett 2-7, Lacey 1-19, B.
Andrew J Dodd, 40, of Maes Refail, Henryd, Conwy, and David Michael Jenkins, 36, of Cornist Lane, Flint, admitted all four charges of conspiring to import/ export a Class C drug, producing and supplying anabolic steroids, and conspiring to conceal criminal property.
Kellie Williams, of Cornist Park County Primary School in Flint, was named Welsh Teacher of the Year in a Primary School.
JULY 1: Flintshire Vintage & Veteran Tractor Society road run, from Cornist Ganol Farm, Flint (CH6 5RA), 10am.
Hollis of Cilfan, Cornist in Flint, had been found asleep at an address with a quantity of loose change around him on the floor.