vennel

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vennel

(ˈvɛnəl)
n
(Human Geography) Scot a lane; alley
[C15: from Old French venelle, from Latin vēna vein]
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He had, he said, helped introduce a programme of 'community meals' in an attempt to improve engagement with residents, raised antisocial behaviour issues in the city's vennels,taken up complaints from residents of Kelly Court sheltered housing complex and fostered positive relationships with a variety of forums and groups.
Perth and Kinross Council are seeking to appoint a suitably qualified and experienced contractor for planned public realm improvements in Mill Street, Perth and surrounding vennels. This is to create a Cultural Quarter~ and act as a catalyst for further private sector investment in key development sites.
during that extraordinary leadership race, pro-Corbyn Facebook/twitter updates, which at one stage reached some six million people, were conceived in this humble enclosure above Vennels cafe.
Then someone suggested we try a Mercat Tour which do all manner of night time, day time, creepy, ghostly, history tours round the vennels and delights of our city.
The artwork, by nationally-acclaimed Scottish sculptor Ailsa Magnus, is to be incorporated into the pounds 5.5m Heart of the City project for the Market Place and Vennels.
There are some pretty foul vennels, sewers and drains in the capital that badly need flushing.
Walking down the Royal Mile, you can explore the small closes and vennels that run down each side of the hill.
"Cars became quite squat," said production director William Vennels. "It was just too much of a reduction for us - about 11 percent."
The onehour guided tour of this historical town with its quaint vennels and royal lineage costs PS5.
Kathryn Riddell Vennels Cafe, Durham Saddler Street , Monday-Saturday, 9.30am-5pm Tucked away in a hidden courtyard off Saddler Street, Vennels has been an established mainstay of Durham for years.