thorntree


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thorntree

(ˈθɔːnˌtriː)
n
(Plants) a tree with thorns, esp a hawthorn or acacia tree
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Police negotiators surrounded the building in Thorntree Terrace, and successfully brought the man down safely.
The Thorntree pub in the Greenway on the Middlesbrough estate finally re-opened last Friday after years of being left derelict.
Community Group, in partnership with the Friends of Thorntree Cemeteries and supported by Middlesbrough Council's Environment, Property Services and Commercial Department.
IAN BUCKLE, North Skelton Thanks so much THANK You to the residents of Thorntree and Brambles who turned up to the carnival fun day at Thorntree Park on Saturday.
The car came to a halt in the garden of a house on Thornaby's Thorntree Road.
Police say a woman, 29, was attacked as she walked along Durnford Road in Thorntree after a man asked her for the time.
The area that was taped off is just yards from where a 29-yearold woman was sexually assaulted twice as she walked along Durnford Road in Thorntree, Middlesbrough, between 5.
But it's now under threat as the church hall it's held in - The Christian Centre in Thorntree - is up for sale and the bills are piling up for the lunch club, which is now having to find cash to cover the cost of rent and electricity.
Children from Thorntree, including Christopher Taylor and Daniel Hall, both 13, left, joined people from South Tees Youth Offending Service to help brighten up the brickwork of Thorntree Park Pavilion in Middlesbrough back in 2005.
The Thorntree United group were taken up by John the manager with a brief potted history of the bridge, onto the solid walkway where we all were confident to walk across, as six of us were over 70, even when the gondola was passing underneath, it was so smooth - felt no movement at all.
Craig Conway, 30, is accused of arming himself with a knife when he met up with Simon Bennett for the fatal fight in Thorntree in May this year.