shippon


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shippon

(ˈʃɪpən)
n
(Agriculture) another name for shippen
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Attached to the property are the former farm buildings and several access doors and an internal door lead to a shippon with feeding passage and slatted partition.
As one local told him: "Nar let mi tell thi, young Charlie, any foo can wag a pencil, but it taks a good mon ta muck ite a shippon.
The cow shed theme could be fun on a busy party night for singles who want to pretend they are eating in a shippon.
There is the outdoor playtrail and den building area, the indoor playbarn with ride-on toy tractors, children''s entertainers including face-painters, the wooden cow to milk in the shippon, storytelling with Honor Giles and Aunt Mary to visit in her cottage.
The outbuildings include loose boxes, a former barn with partial loft over, former shippon, former milk parlour and dairy with lean to calf boxes, as well as two garages.
Application ref: R/2011/0372 / LB Date received: 14/06/2011 Proposal: Listed building consent for demolition of garage and shippon and conversion of agricultural building into a two-storey, three-bedroomed dwelling house.
The Shippon property sleeps two with access to a tennis court.
Instead of starting work at eight and with his car, he now had to clean out the manure from the cow shippon at seven each morning--after having cycled some miles to get there.
The cowshed theme could be fun on a busy party night for singles who want to pretend they are eating in a shippon, though the busier it gets the harder it will be to get in and out of the two doors to the gents which are too close together.
THE Original Panama Jazzband plays tomorrow at The Irby Club, Thingwall Rd, opposite The Shippon public house.
The former shippon has solid floor, magnificent exposed A frames and original hay rack.
Shippon - derived from scypen, the old English word for cow shed, it is used in North Wales, particularly Anglesey;