leadworks

leadworks

(ˈlɛdwɜːks)
n
a factory that makes things out of lead
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On Thursday, January 3 Barlow was spotted dealing drugs in Leadworks Lane, Chester, by plain clothes officers.
There were, of course, other significant industries along the riverbanks, including leatherworks, steelworks, leadworks, glassworks and coal and clay mines.
THE Changing Lights pub at Folly Hall started life as a brewery and became a hostelry with the name The LeadworKs.
The forms reveal the taxpayer was billed for "stripping existing roof covering, reslating with reclaimed Welsh slates, new leadworks to chimney stacks" and repairing defective bargeboards.
Rainmaker said it was selected based upon its ability to offer a scalable solution that can grow with the programme and provide additional support services and solutions including its LeadWorks on-demand SaaS platform.
AFTER months of construction and preparation Bellwayhas opened the show apartment at its Leadworks development on the banks of the Shropshire Union Canal in Chester.
Key elements are exhibition galleries, a tropical botanical house, an MAX theatre and the nineteenth-century Leadworks, which is being conserved as an integral part of the complex.
Cheshire-based developer Whitecroft Group has been granted planning permission for its flagship residential development at the historic 18th century shot tower and former leadworks in Chester.
LAND BELOW THE METRO RADIO ARENA, NEWCASTLE The former Calder Leadworks site.
However key eye-sore spots to make the Chronicle's top ten list is the former Calder Leadworks site below the Metro Radio Arena and which is clearly visible to those driving over the Redheugh Bridge.