Chare


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(châr)
n.1.A narrow street.
n. & v.1.A chore; to chore; to do. See Char.
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To mark the occasion, a parade will begin at Park View Community School entrance on Church Chare at 10.
The new building will provide a link between the Quayside and the public park with an arcade along Trinity Chare.
A Northumbria police spokeswoman said: "On Sunday, September 14, police were called to the Pudding Chare at 2.
Woodlands School, back row (from left): Sam Chare, Cyrus Christie, Tom Walker, Shey Ewan, Gareth Windsor' front row: Dale Rafferty, James Fisher, Ben Palmer (captain), Charlie Mumford, Michael Tyrrell, Callan Farquharson.
CITY OF NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE (PUDDING CHARE and ST JOHN STREET) TEMPORARY TEMPORAR TRAFFIC REGULATION regula ORDER 2015 1.
Katie Glazier is opening Mog On The Tyne Cafe which in Pudding Chare in the centre of Newcastle
Sir Gavyn Arthur told Chare that he had considered sending him to prison for 12 months.
The inquest was told that Mr Chare, who at first was driving, became anxious about the truck's mechanical condition.
45pm LIVE THEATRE, NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE Broad Chare (0191 232 1232) Mixtape: Ed Fringe Preview: Jul 24, 7.
And now Newcastle's very own moggy meeting place will open its doors later this summer in Pudding Chare, where owner Katie Jane Glazier is busy preparing for her first guests, of both the human and furry kind.
However Ralph Tarr, who owns six flats at Broad Chare near the development, objected and said a fully licensed area so close to the flats he owns was totally unacceptable.
Presentations were made to Sam Eaton (special award for effort and improvement), Gareth Windsor (highest attendance at training and coach's most improved player), Ben Palmer (coach's player of the season, Owen Whittle (players' most improved player) and Sam Chare (players' player of the season).