waulkmill

waulkmill

(ˈwɔːkˌmɪl)
n
(Textiles) Scot and Northern English a cloth-fulling mill
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Sim, of Waulkmill Avenue, Barrhead, was fined PS360.
Food and drink is celebrated in the second of the films, starting in Castle Douglas at the Street Lights Coffee House, and taking in the Annandale Distillery; the award-winning Blackaddie House Hotel in Sanquhar; Cream O'Galloway, Gatehouse of Fleet;The Cocobean Cafe, Twynholm; Waulkmill Cider, Langholm; and The Crown Hotel, Portpatrick.
The new work will consists of a 10-mile pipeline from Waulkmill Glen reservoir, near Newton Mearns, to the Fenwick area, a 13-mile pipe from Fenwick to a tank near Dundonald and six miles of mains in south Glasgow.
There's an absolutely huge beer list, with cask offerings including Almasty, Arbour, Magic Rock, Marble and Northern Alchemy; keg beers including Almasty, Black Jack, Mad Hatter and Out There; and ciders including Ampleforth Abbey, Glebe Farm, Gwatkins, Springfield and Waulkmill.
I was well impressed with Waulkmill Cider, who operate from a farmhouse near Langholm in the South of Scotland region I represent.
He had previously admitted behaving in a threatening and abusive manner towards the couple, and brandishing a golf club at them while uttering threats of violence in Waulkmill Avenue, Barrhead, on September 12 last year.
The new work will consists of a 10-mile pipeline from Waulkmill Glen reservior, near Newton Mearns, to the Fenwick area, a 13-mile pipe from Fenwick to a tank near Dundonald and six miles of mains in south Glasgow.
Sandy Tulloch, 58, was soldiering on at his mixed cattle, sheep and grain farm at Waulkmill, 13 miles north-west of Banchory.
For example, a mere pounds 18 a day plus vat will get you a marvellous day out the Tay's Waulkmill beat.
Recluses or those simply seeking solitude will love Waulkmill, a secluded cottage at the end of a stony track deep in the woods.