hen run

hen run

n
(Agriculture) an enclosure for hens, esp one made of chicken wire
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I saw the restored library and famous Hen Run and was struck by the love and passion of those involved in restoring the building.
The highs and lows of football were played out across Belfast on Saturday with Donegal Celtic suffering relegation at the same time the champagne was popping at the Hen Run.
One part of the gardens is devoted to a hen run and the couple have kept pigs and turkeys in the past.
The engineer, of Closeburn, Dumfries, said: "I put my phone on the garden chair in the hen run, spread the birds' feed around and collected the eggs.
"He was responsible for the organisation of three major, and very well supported, events - The Cobweb Run, The Prince Bishop Run and The Old Speckled Hen Run - which have grown in stature in recent years to become important fixtures on the classic car calendar."
"On Cae Cefn." Trampling Cae Cefn didn't matter; it was the all-purpose hen run with washing line, where we played.
I lived in Oak Street and although my grandfather's garage, hen run and aviary were destroyed.
Further details can be obtained by e-mailing mauricestandish@aol.com On September 13 the club will be running an event known as The Old Speckled Hen Run, named after the beer that was brewed to celebrate the 50th anniversary of MG's being built in the town of Abingdon, Oxfordshire.
I used to put the feed out in the hen run, stand quietly for a few minutes, then out would pop the rats - and this was during the day.
A little farther down the road, White said, "I got two gobbles, and saw one hen run across the road."
DUNDELA, beaten 3-0 last week by PORTSTEWART, got sweet revenge after a 2-1 win against the same opponents at the Hen Run yesterday.