cornist

cornist

(ˈkɔːnɪst)
n
(Music, other) obsolete a person who plays the horn
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On fields loaned by Edwin and Jo Hughes of Cornist there was a cornucopia of vintage vehicles and contraptions being put through their paces by eager members.
Rhian Mason's son Arron Jones, 13, went over a speed bump in Cornist Park in Flint on Monday and landed 30ft away, fracturing his skull and collar bone.
Among 20 cases studies of best practice is Cornist Park Primary School in Flintshire.
They also came across a bull breed cross lurcher, abandoned in the playing fields of Cornist Park Primary School.
Amy Cost, 19, from Cornist was among those in the queue at Church Street post office.
| Arron Jones receives treatment from a paramedic at Cornist Park, Flint, after his accident
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.
RUSHING - Idaho St., Barnett 25-179, Cornist 2-8, E.Thompson 3-0, Gutierrez 6-(minus 7), Team 1-(minus 34).
More than a dozen roads were closed including from Cilcain to Loggerheads, Bretton Lane, Bretton, near Broughton, Cornist Lane, Flint and Kelsterton Lane, Connah's Quay in Flintshire; while in Wrexham, Gamford Lane in Rossett remained shut, with the Cefn Road, from Sesswick Way to Redwither Lane, also closed.
Two were destroyed on Cornist Lane, Flint, at about 1.05am on Wednesday, July 18, and two pickup trucks were badly damaged on nearby Swinchiard Walk at about 1.20am.
JULY 1: Flintshire Vintage & Veteran Tractor Society road run, from Cornist Ganol Farm, Flint (CH6 5RA), 10am.