ullet

ul´let

    (ŭl´lĕt)
n.1.(Zool.) A European owl (Syrnium aluco) of a tawny color; - called also uluia.
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The event takes place at Ullet Road Unitarian Church on Saturday, February 2 at 1pm.
But there's more than just All Hallows, and a less well-known set is to be found at the Unitarian Church, in Ullet Road, a Grade I listed building but still best-known only to real enthusiasts of Liverpool's architectural heritage.
People do not want an expensive ullet train that bypasses us anyway.
Chris said: "I am a volunteer at Asylum Link Merseyside, and I go to Ullet Road Church.
Police said they received a number of reports on Monday of damage being caused in the area of Ullet Road, near to Princes Gate West.
They will head to Sefton Park via Parliament Street, Princes Avenue, and Croxteth Drive before going round the park and returning via Ullet Road and Devonshire Road on to The Strand and the finish at the Pier Head.
A blue plaque in honour of John Brodie, the inventor of the football goal net, was also being unveiled at his former home in Ullet Road, Sefton Park, Liverpool.
The old Arriva bus will be used to educate children at the Princes Park school and will be placed on the site parallel to the car park off Ullet Road.
Tram Shelter on the junction of Smithdown Road and Ullet Road, 1899
To set the record straight, the new bus starts in Liverpool One and goes along Park Place, Warwick Street, Mill Street and Dingle Lane, before heading up Ullet Road, Belvidere Road and Kingsley Road to go onto Upper Parliament Street.
Practice starts at 7.15pm to 9.15pm every Monday at the Unitarian Church, Ullet Road, Wavertree.