washhouse


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washhouse

(ˈwɒʃˌhaʊs)
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(Building) (formerly) a building or outbuilding in which laundry was done
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Noun1.washhouse - a building or outbuilding where laundry is donewashhouse - a building or outbuilding where laundry is done
laundry - workplace where clothes are washed and ironed
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There were no pots and pans; there was no copper in the washhouse, nor even an ironing-board in the maids' room.
The permanent exhibition also references present-day developments, making the former washhouse more than just a museum.
There was also 23 families sharing three 'sanitary arrangements' in a back garden and one washhouse without a roof.
The former Victorian washhouse has been converted into an artist's studio and would make a great home office.
Aigburth People's Hall, Travellers Court, 15, Aigburth Vale, Liverpool L17 0DF - Tonight Kitty: Queen of the Washhouse St Georges Hall, St George's Place, Liverpool L1 1JJ - Tonight Romeo and Juliet The Rubbish Shakespeare Company's Romeo and Juliet tells the world's most famous love story in a novel and accessible way.
The actor, writer and director, best known for playing Jamesie Cotter in Rab C Nesbitt, aims to make the play about a Glasgow washhouse in the 50s bigger and better than ever.
In The Corpse Washer I put the pomegranate tree inside the washhouse and it became a metaphor for a larger theme, how life and death intersect.
| 3 Hardman Street, Spinningfields, M3 3HF (0161 817 2950) and 1 New York Street, M1 4HD (0161 228 3856) / thealchemist.uk.com The Washhouse It looks like a humble laundrette from the outside, but appearances can be deceiving; concealed behind a false washing machine door you'll find some of the best cocktails in the city.
Those wanting to participate should call Donna Howse at 226-3620 or Cindy Medler at 226-3956 (leave a message) or, for your convenience, you may stop by Washhouse Equipment on South Chestnut to sign up and pay.
My own experiences have been no different: working in the washhouse of the family laundry business, assistant concrete tester for Taylor Woodrow on the M6 motorway, travel agent, business machine salesman, founder of several commercial enterprises.