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alley

A path between buildings or behind buildings, usually with walls on both sides.

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One resident, who does not wish to be named said: "I could hear voices in the ginnel.
Some of them went down a ginnel and the rest got into a black Volkswagen Beetle which made off in the direction of North Road.
The attack happened in a ginnel between Tofts Road and Peasland Road, Cleckheaton.
At that point, the man eating his breakfast stood up and approached the intruder, who then ran out of the house and away down a ginnel at the bottom of the street.
The cricket pitch he shared with school pals was created in a small ginnel, tucked away between the rows of weavers' cottages, and the stumps were chalked on a wall.
They made off along a ginnel heading near to Grange Moor Primary School.
The new Leeds City Region enterprise zone follows the M62 and includes Lindley Moor East and West in Huddersfield, Clifton Business Park, near Brighouse, and Moor Park, off Leeds The used tracks, field and ginnels on a which took in Greenhead Park, TP Marsh, Quarmby, Longwood Edge, and Learn more about the range, watch reviews, download brochures & more at Search: "Perrys Huddersfield" .
As part of the 'ITV At 60' celebrations, not only will all the major storylines in Coronation Street come to thrilling climaxes, but on Wednesday, the episode will be live from the cobbles and the ginnels.
People will be able to watch live performances on Aertv's live channel ofthe following bands: A Dark Horse, Benny Smiles, Tandem Felix, Ginnels, Spies, Kool Thing, Forrests, Elaine Mai, Simon Bird, Girl Band, Come On Live Long, Ships, Nanu Nanu, Carried By Waves, Land Lovers, Autumn Owls, Sleep Thieves and Last Days of 1984.
Absolutely smitten by the maze of narrow alleyways, ginnels, snickleways, gates, arches and creaking, centuries old buildings, leaning over into the cobbled streets under the weight of time.
One such project is the Ginnels and Alleyways Project in Ebbw Vale which will see the improvement of two alleys in the town centre.