Meaking

Meak´ing


n.1.(Naut.) The process of picking out the oakum from the seams of a vessel which is to be recalked.
Meaking iron
(Naut.) the tool with which old oakum is picked out of a vessel's seams.
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Ellie Meaking, Sherrie Meaking, Cathie and John Sabin
Stephanie O'Sullivan, Rob and Mary Mayall, Sir Alan Craft, Dr Lisa Cuddeford; John Overton, chair of Quercus, left, with supporters; Graham Hewitt, Marilyn Rose, Colin Barratt, Sue and Martin Shilvock; David Strudley, Tracey Strudley, Sir Alan Craft, Sherrie Meaking, Ellie Meaking; Stephen Gilmore, Jim Fergus, Frank Wayt, Gary Moreton
Volunteer helper at the special care centre in Selly Oak, Ellen Meaking is to do a walk on the Great Wall in China, raising much needed funds.
Details on Hadleigh from 0121 427 1213 and on supporting the walk from Ellen Meaking on 0121 248 4850.
Hadleigh Principal Peter Veitch and Ellen Meaking who is taking part in The Acorns Children's Hospice Great Wall of China walk, pictured in the grounds of the centre at Selly Oak
Centre - Far left, Joan & John Fewins, Graham Brown, Sherrie Meaking, Ellie Meaking.
Youth worker Jeremy Prescott and retired teacher Robin Meakings were in the Brecon Beacons this summer on adjacent peaks when they were killed.
Moments later Surreybased Mr Meakings, 59, was struck as he prepared to descend the 2,580fthigh peak Cribyn.
William Belcher, 46, who was on an adventure holiday with Mr Meakings and friend Nicholas Earl described what happened.
Moments later Surrey-based Mr Meakings, 59, was also struck by lightning as he prepared to descend the 2,580ft-high peak Cribyn.
William Belcher, 46, who had W been on an adventure holiday with Mr Meakings and friend Nicholas Earl described what happened.
Close friend Mr Belcher said Mr Meakings had been in the Army for 20 years before retraining as a teacher in Camberley.