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pennyland

(ˈpɛnɪˌlænd)
n
1. (Historical Terms) in Caithness and the Orkney and Shetland islands a piece of land on which one penny's worth of tax was owed to the overlord
2. (Historical Terms) in Scotland a piece of land for which the rent was one penny
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Set around an 18th century watermill with the Pennyland Burn running through it, the garden contains a wide range of perennials, trees and shrubs that favour the local climate and has a wide range of statues.
ARROWSMITH (Thurso) Peacefully at home surrounded by loved ones on Tuesday, July 23, 2019, Margaret Arrowsmith (nee Frost) of Pennyland Drive, Thurso.
Deputy Morna O'Hagan broke the news of the love-split to staff at the 250- pupil Pennyland Primary in Thurso, Caithness.
Adramatic illustration of a dying whale and a story about sea creatures endangered due to "pathetic plastic" helped Zara Robak, of Pennyland Primary School in Thurso, earn one of two runner-up prizes in our Junior Journalist competition.
Colin and Pamela Crosbie are opening their newly-created plantsman's garden at Dalswinton Mill from 2pm to 4pm (PS4 adults, children free), which is set around an 18th Century watermill with the Pennyland Burn running through it.
It is a newly created plantsman's garden set around an 18th century watermill with the Pennyland Burn running through it.
Pennyland Primary have sent out an appeal to the local community to collect tokens for our fabulous Kit For Kids campaign.
Mr Noble is a policeman at the Dounreay nuclear plant and lives with his family on the Pennyland housing estate.
On Air and Birdies Bar features live sets from the likes of Pennylands, Lemonade Fix, Rob Mather Duo and many more - the full line-up is available on the Parliament Street Collective Facebook page.
lots of interesting facts at an exhibition that tells the story of those who lived and worked in and around Pennylands Camp 22 in Ayrshire.