park keeper

park keeper

n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) (in Britain) an official employed by a local authority to patrol and supervise a public park
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There used to be a park keeper lodge towards the Stony Lane entrance, and he patrolled it quite often?
Some locals are still furious the previous Tory administration at Cheshire West and Chester Council sold the former park keeper's lodge to private developers.
Some locals are still furious the previous Tory administration atCheshire West and Chester Council sold the former park keeper's lodge to private developers.
A 67-YEAR.OLD man turned down for a park keeper's job with a south Wales council was a victim of age discrimination, a judge has ruled.
The fledgling, which is six-and-a half-weeks old, has been staying at Blair Drummond Safari Park keeper Dave Warren's home.
The Glebe Park keeper has had his fill of going down to the odd goal during a frustrating season that's failed to bring a victory.
But when it came up for auction earlier this year, people were able to take a look inside the former park keeper's home thanks for the first time.
Fran Teale said: "It appears that we have now lost our park keeper but have not been officially informed, even though this is the third week without him.
The Welsh Historic Gardens Trust (WHGT) and Cardiff Civic Society have just celebrated the restoration of the Victorian park keeper's hut in Plasturton Gardens, Pontcanna.
The clock on the roof of the former park keeper's lodge in Newcastle's Nuns Moor Park stopped working many years ago and the building became derelict.
THE family of a animal park keeper mauled to death by a tiger may never know how it reached her, it emerged after her inquest yesterday.
Bob, the man in the moon, is a sort of lunar park keeper who knows there are no such things as aliens.

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