neuk

neuk

(njuːk)
n
a Scot word for nook
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00p pgk for a 315kg CHX from West Gormack, and to PS1400 for a 570kg SimX from Neuk.
The Dyke Neuk, Meldon A pub and restaurant serving classic British dishes which has an outdoor dining area overlooking the hills.
The cost will rise each day to PS23 on December 23, his final night at Crail's East Neuk Hotel.
The author describes the geology and social history of the coal mines in the East Neuk of Fife, Scotland, from the medieval period to the late 20th century, and the people who explored, owned land, and worked in the area.
Ideal for the beach and golf, the modern lodges with free wi-fi are also the perfect base for exploring HB, December Fife's stunning East Neuk coast, above.
SCOTS Gap Auction Mart held its Summer Prime Sheep Show this week, with sponsorship from Robson & Prescott Vets and The Dyke Neuk Inn, Morpeth.
Then there are the coastal communities of East Neuk which are strung out along the bay like pearls on a necklace.
PI PHOTOGRAPHER: Bash maging Teacher MARK LILLICO, 40, and DIANE LILLICO, 45, of Hartburn, Morpeth, married at Dyke Neuk near Morpeth.
I'm a director of the Fife Coast and Countryside Trust so it's got to be in the East Neuk of Fife.
Experts from British Divers Marine Life Rescue will monitor the surviving pilot whales off the East Neuk of Fife to see if they re-beach.
A sunny day was the perfect opportunity to explore the many beaches along the East Neuk of Fife coast, with highlights a visit to theworld famous Anstruther fish and chip shop, and picture-perfect Elie beach.
Police investigating the June 30 incident have stripped No 6 Neuk Crescent in Houston, Renfrewshire, bare.