Pennyland


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Pennyland

An obsolete Scottish unit of area. A pennyland was the amount of land on which rent of 1/20 of one ounce of silver could be charged. This system was used in western Scotland.
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Contract Notice: Considered for inclusion on the Councils Select List of Tenderers for extension works at Pennyland Primary School.
Deputy Morna O'Hagan broke the news of the love-split to staff at the 250- pupil Pennyland Primary in Thurso, Caithness.
Pennyland Primary have sent out an appeal to the local community to collect tokens for our fabulous Kit For Kids campaign.
Mr Noble is a policeman at the Dounreay nuclear plant and lives with his family on the Pennyland housing estate.
The investment will see its operations consolidated into one building, Delf House, with admin staff based in the Co-op''s nearby Pennylands offices set to be relocated there.
Dates for site visits: Thursday 9th June, Pyramid, Manchester Wednesday 15th June, Balloon Street, Manchester Thursday 16th June, Miller Street, Manchester Tuesday 21st June, Delf House, Skelmersdale Thursday 23rd June, Pennylands, Skelmersdale Monday 27th June, Pyramid (evening), Manchester Wednesday 29th June, Salford, Manchester Thursday 30th June, Portland Street, Manchester
East Ayrshire Street parties at Crawford Place, Drongan, Pennylands View, Auchinleck, Polqueys Road, New Cumnock, and Islay Place, Wardneuk.
Two in Pennylands are used by gangs to smoke drugs and spray graffiti.
At a meeting of lanes, turn right along Pennylands bank.
Christopher was a Primary Six pupil at Pennylands School where staff are set to counsel upset pupils.