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yealm

(jɛlm)
vb
(Building) to prepare (straw) for thatching
n
(Building) a bundle of long straw prepared for thatching
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in partnership with English community energy company Yealm Community Energy Ltd., the company said.
Sites include South Meadows in Belford, Northumberland; Yealm Cabin near Plymouth; Alpine Grove in Chard, Somerset; and BCC Loch Ness Log Cabins in the Highlands.
The River Yealm in the South Hams, Devon, burst its banks and threatened to destroy a bridge.
After more than two inches of rain fell in just 18 hours in Devon, the Environment Agency put parts of the Rivers Yealm, Axe and Burton on the highest grade flood warning, meaning they pose a "danger to life".
People in the South West, Mildlands and the North East were requested to stay away from the rivers Yealm, Axe and Bride.
After more than two inches of rain fell in just 18 hours in Devon yesterday, the Environment Agency put parts of the Rivers Yealm, Axe and Burton on the highest grade flood warning, meaning they pose a "danger to life".
The AONB encompasses 337 square kilometres from Plymouth Sound in the west to just outside Brixham in the east, as well as the estuaries of five rivers--the Yealm, Erme, Avon, Salcombe--Kingsbridge and Dart--which all flow southwards from Dartmoor into the Channel.
Brixham Coastguard, plus Plymouth and Yealm Coastguard rescue teams responded alongside a land and air ambulance.
Crassostrea gigas individuais were obtained from stocks originating from the following locations: Pendrell Sound and Seymour Inlet (Canada), "Kumamoto" (Japan), Guernsey Sea Farms, Limosa Famas (River Yealm), and River Lynher (all UK).
The newly refurbished family house overlooks the River Yealm estuary' the garden slopes to the river in terraces and, at its foot, there is a boathouse and private quay with a picnic table and chairs for guests' private use.
Nicholas Simon Sprague, Yealm Manor, Ottery St Mary, Devonshire EX2 9JG.