milk round


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milk round

Brit
1. a route along which a milkman regularly delivers milk
2. 
a. a regular series of visits, esp as made by recruitment officers from industry to universities
b. (as modifier): milk-round recruitment
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A DIAMOND couple from Teesside feel like cats that got the cream thanks to a chance meeting on the milk rounds.
Milk rounds still have a substantial 43% value share of the UK market.
LAND GIRL AND FRIEND: Dorothy Reeves and her faithful friend Tiny take time out for the photographer during their milk round while Dorothy was a Land Girl in 1940-45 based at Town Farm, Loftus.
5m litres a week - and they bought a milk round of 1,200 litres a week in Cilgerran.
She left school at the age of 13 and went into service before working for many years on a milk round at West Sleekburn.
Gareth and Falmai Roberts of Llaeth y Llan, the Village Dairy, Llanefydd, have been producing their superb dessert yogurt since 1980 when they decided to progress from their village milk round.
He was contacted by her daughter Mrs Foster, of Styvechale, who sent these pictures of Mrs Goodman with the two milk buckets, and husband Earnest who started the milk round from his home in Shakespeare Street.
Det Supt Wilson admitted that the motive for the attack remained a mystery and said: 'His milk round takings were on his person in a leather wallet on a chain and they were intact.
Professor Cliff Guy, an expert in retail changes at Cardiff University, said the milk round has suffered because of the attractiveness of supermarket shopping.
Her family moved to Eston in 1920 and her parents ran a shop with a milk round in the Edward Street area.
And all this business had to be concluded after morning milking and doing the milk round.