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Gill

An obsolete Scottish unit of liquid volume approximately equivalent to 0.053 liters.
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If you're after luxury in the Lakes then Ghyll really is the place, and you might be surprised by the prices if you do think about booking.
The Alan Partridge reference is apposite because Holbeck Ghyll was one of the restaurants Steve Coogan, the fictional presenter's creator, visited for his latest TV comedy outting.
The student team before they tackled the ghyll scramble
So when the chance came to visit Holbeck Ghyll, my wife Erika and I jumped at the chance quicker than Alan Partridge could say "Aha
Ghyll scrambling without an instructor is not to be recommended.
Best of all, some of Britain's best walks are literally on the doorstep and guests can tackle a dif-f ferent one every day of the week GettingThere The New Dungeon Ghyll Hotel, Great Langdale, near Ambleside.
Holbeck Ghyll has been steadily creeping up the ratings this season and currently sits on a careerhigh mark of 90 but his half-length verdict at Epsom offers much encouragement.
Luke Limbert, of The Ghyll in Fixby, was before Kirklees Magistrates' Court yesterday.
Cote Ghyll Mill, near Cod Beck Reservoir, Osmotherley, was once used to make flax for aircraft fuselages.
1 Leave the car park and walk behind the Old Dungeon Ghyll Hotel, through a gate and on to the stony track.
Among the highlights on the college's social calendar over the past few years have been its trips to Ghyll Head Outdoor Education Centre near Lake Windermere, for students with behavioural and learning difficulties, and the Calvert Trust in Keswick, also in the Lake District, for students with physical disabilities, most of whom are confined to wheelchairs.
They venture outside the hotel so can they act like proper couple for once, but they may have to go undercover again after Cameron's son rings up Tug Ghyll to speak to his dad, and gets Cain instead.