kissing gate


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kissing gate

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a gate set in a U- or V-shaped enclosure, allowing only one person to pass through at a time
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Turning left beside the beck there is a line of hawthorn bushes along the trackway - known as Goosecroft Lane - and we pass through a metal kissing gate to make our way up a slope between lines of trees.
Go through a kissing gate into the park then follow the clear path along the sea front, passing the boating lake.
A larger WHSmith shop is being constructed in the lower departure lounge area and the existing Kissing Gate Bar and Eatery area will be expanded.
The money has paid for a new kissing gate entrance and Sandwell Council was able to use the donation to secure match funding which has also helped create a new pond and improve landscaping, paths and fencing.
PUPILS from Whitecrest Primary School in Great Barr enjoyed seeing a preview of their designs that are being used to embellish a kissing gate for Holly Wood Local Nature Reserve.
A kissing gate leads to a field with a great view of Cefn viaduct, which carries the Chester-Cardiff railway, built in 1848.
You emerge from the trees and pass through a wooden kissing gate marked Glamorgan Heritage Coast.
RESIDENTS have welcomed a pounds 10,000 revamp to install lights and a kissing gate at a problem alley.
Before he knew quite what was happening, he had slung the mandolin over his shoulder and they were making their way behind the technical college where there was a kissing gate that led to the mountain path.
The 27 residents of a nearby estate want a kissing gate to prevent motorbikes and quad bike access.
1 Left over Respryn Bridge, through a kissing gate and take one of two paths to River Fowey.