tolldish

tolldish

(ˈtəʊlˌdɪʃ; ˈtɒlˌdɪʃ)
n
a dish used to measure out the portion of grain given to a miller as payment for his or her work
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Tolldish Hall Farm, Hawkesbury Lane, Bulkington, restoration of slurry pit to form grassed embankment (Rob Milner);
Rob Milner, aged 32, who works on Tolldish Hall Farm, with his dad, Graham, are living in fear of infection.
CUTTING THE RISK: Farmer Rob Milner making a disinfectant bath at the entrance to Tolldish Hall Farm; BACKING: Rob Milner, left, and pub landlord Paul Wells