fearnought

fearnought

(ˈfɪəˌnɔːt) or

fearnaught

n
1. (Textiles) a heavy woollen fabric
2. (Clothing & Fashion) a coat made of such fabric
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Mr Taylor was crushed by a 54-tonne pile-driving machine in April 2011 while working at the Fearnought Works construction site next to the police station on Huddersfield Road.
Ben Bailey Homes, discharge of condition 9, 19, |26 on previous permission for building of 48 residential units comprising 50% affordable housing, Fearnought Works, Huddersfield Road, Holmfirth.
In 1961 they expanded and moved the company into new premises at Fearnought.
Fearnought is in Holmfirth, not too far away from Paris.
Ben Bailey Homes, non material amendment to previous permission for 48 new residential units comprising 50% affordable housing, Fearnought Works, Huddersfield Road, Holmfirth.
Mark James Taylor, 36, from Leeming Bar, North Yorkshire, is thought to have been killed while using a pile-driving machine at the Fearnought Works construction site on April 18 last year.
Withdrawn: * Glade Dale (Yorkshire) Ltd, 28 new apartments and 20 houses with associated hard and soft landscaping, Site of Fearnought Works, Huddersfield Road, Thongsbridge.
The firm also denied rumours it had earmarked the former Walter Green Fearnought Garage site, off Huddersfield Road.
That was in use at the Fearnought Works construction site next to the police station on Huddersfield Road.
Ben Bailey Partnerships, 48 residential units comprising 50% affordable housing, Fearnought Works, Huddersfield Road, Holmfir th.
Kirklees Council's Cabinet yesterday agreed to release pounds 187,000 to help fund 24 homes at the Fearnought Works site in Holmfirth.