CRUG


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CRUGCopeland Rail Users Group (UK)
CRUGCherwell Rail Users Group (UK)
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SES preformed these tests within its facilities, designing the testing with concurrence of CRUG to be well-structured and place all participating companies on equal footing.
Crug Farm Plants made a spectacle for delighted visitors with its collection of exotic plants gathered from forests of the Far East and Central and South America.
Ie wir, dyma olion crug claddu neu garnedd gladdu o'r Oes Efydd.
There's no need to rush downstairs in time to catch last orders if you are staying at Crug Glas, as Janet will cook up your bacon and eggs at a time that suits you.
Just before you hit town, there's a hamlet called Griffiths Crossing, which is home to Crug Farm (not open Mondays).
Crug Farm Plants In my new garden, pride of place has been given to a Schefflera taiwaniana (right), a hardy and therefore outdoor version of the parasol plant.
Scriptwriter Laura married 37-year-old writer Mark Williams, 37, at Crug Glas Farm, Pembrokeshire, on September 14.
The green fingered gardeners from Crug Farm Plants, of Griffiths Crossing near Caernarfon, won both a gold medal and the President's Award in the Great Pavilion.
On Friday, April 25, I am taking a coach to Crug Farm Nursery in North Wales.
Bishopston, Olchfa, Bishop Vaughan, Crug Glas and Penyrheol have all been rated highly by Estyn, while inspectors have also praised the vast majority of the primary schools they have visited, including Cwmrhydyceirw, Craigfelen, Cwm Glas, Terrace Road, Pennard, Gendros, Pentre'r Graig and YGG Pontybrenin.
Gardens taking part in the festival include Plas Brondanw at Penrhyndeudraeth, Crug Farm Plants near Caernarfon, Plas yn Rhiw in Pwllheli, Plan Tan y Blwch in Blaenau Ffestiniog, Caerau Uchaf Gardens in Bala, Portmeirion in Penrhyndeudraeth, Aber Arto Hall in Llanbedr and Penrhyn Castle in Llandygai near Bangor.