kissing gate


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kissing gate

n
a gate set in a U- or V-shaped enclosure, allowing only one person to pass through at a time
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NZ 50405 / 16021, 2 metres wide, and proceeds in a generally south south easterly direction for approximately 40 metres to a Kissing Gate at Grid Ref.
When you come to a kissing gate to your right, pass through it onto the meadows.
A larger WHSmith shop is being constructed in the lower departure lounge area and the existing Kissing Gate Bar and Eatery area will be expanded.
The money has paid for a new kissing gate entrance and Sandwell Council was able to use the donation to secure match funding which has also helped create a new pond and improve landscaping, paths and fencing.
PUPILS from Whitecrest Primary School in Great Barr enjoyed seeing a preview of their designs that are being used to embellish a kissing gate for Holly Wood Local Nature Reserve.
A kissing gate leads to a field with a great view of Cefn viaduct, which carries the Chester-Cardiff railway, built in 1848.
You emerge from the trees and pass through a wooden kissing gate marked Glamorgan Heritage Coast.
RESIDENTS have welcomed a pounds 10,000 revamp to install lights and a kissing gate at a problem alley.
Before he knew quite what was happening, he had slung the mandolin over his shoulder and they were making their way behind the technical college where there was a kissing gate that led to the mountain path.
The 27 residents of a nearby estate want a kissing gate to prevent motorbikes and quad bike access.
Works included a new, larger WHSmith retail unit on the lower departure lounge area, enabling the existing Kissing Gate Bar and Eatery area to be expanded.
After crossing we follow the wall and pavement to a metal kissing gate that leads to a pathway through a strip of woodland.