tilery

tilery

(ˈtaɪlərɪ)
n, pl -ries
(Ceramics) a place where tiles are produced
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The force has maintained it believes the Norton shooting was a "targeted attack" to reassure those in Tilery, Thornaby, Billingham and Norton worried about gun-toting officers roaming the town.
Dozens of people got involved with Stockton Tilery Primary School's lantern parade on Tursday - which this year was celebrating its 10th anniversary.
10.35 (450m): Dinnington Lad, Redwood Rooster, Istheinkdry, Darby O Gill (M), Romeo Blitz (M), Tilery Rumble (W).
DOCUMENTARY More drama from the residents of Kingston Road on the Tilery estate in Stockton-on-Tees.
BENEFITS STREET (C4, 9pm) LIFE is tough for the residents of Kingston Road, on the run-down Tilery estate in Stocktonon-Tees.
In March, 550 crimes were recorded in the area around Kingston Road on the Tilery estate in Stockton-on-Tees, seen in the new show which starts tonight on C4.
This time it's set in the recession-hit Tilery Estate in Stockton-on-Tees.
As the name suggests, Tilesheds is located on the original tilery which produced many of the tiles for the surrounding area.
Despite the fact that no tile kilns have been found, fabric analysis shows that there was most likely a central tilery in the southern central Weald, and interestingly tiles were 'swopped' across the channel between Boulogne, the principal base, and the English coast.
CLEVELAND Police has explained why armed officers flooded Stockton's Tilery estate on Tuesday night.
Dot, a 48-year-old unemployed grandmother is one of the residents living on the deprived Tilery Estate, in Stockton-on-Tees.