Stiddy

Stid´dy


n.1.An anvil; also, a smith shop. See Stithy.
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Pap says when they keep looking at you right stiddy, they're a-witching you.
He's an uncommon clever stiddy fellow, an' wonderful strong.
"She's as stiddy as a haouse an' as dry as a herrin'," said Dan, enthusiastically, as he was stung across the deck in a batter of spray.
SUNDAYWALKS RAMBLERS CLEVELAND GROUP: Lythe (opposite The Stiddy.) Details 01642 474864.
He's an uncommon clever stiddy fellow, an' wonderful strong." (P.
Starting from "The Stiddy" in the centre of Lythe we walk in an easterly direction beside the A174 towards St.
Grania Guinness in 1951 initiated the 'Firing of the Stiddy' an old custom where an anvil is filled with gunpowder and sealed with a wooden plug and fired by a red hot iron pole.
Sunday walks MAKE FRIENDS SINGLES WALKING GROUP Lythe, Whitby - meet in village centre, car park opposite The Stiddy pub (Postcode YO21).
Care needed crossing public roads REFRESHMENTS: Choice of venues along the route DOGS: Under proper control WHEELCHAIR ACCESS: Accessible (though some gradients may prove troublesome) Sunday walks STOCKTON RAMBLING CLUB: Aisgill Moor Cottages to Kirkby Stephen, www.stockton-rambling-club.org.uk CLEVELAND GROUP OF RAMBLERS: Lythe (opposite The Stiddy), 2pm MIDDLESBROUGH AND DISTRICT RAMBLING CLUB: Great Ayton, www.middlesbroughramblers.co.uk MAKE FRIENDS WALKING CLUB: Helmsley - meet at monument in Square (postcode YO62), Ann 01642 316562 or Liz 07739 777399
The machine now has pride of place on the front wall of the couple's pub, The Stiddy, in Lythe, near Whitby, which they have owned for three years.
RAMBLERS GROUP, CLEVELAND Lythe, opposite The Stiddy pub, 2pm, 6-8 miles, details 01642 474864.
RAMBLERS at 1.30pm Lythe, opposite The Stiddy. Walks of 6 miles to 8 miles.