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wellhead

the source of a well or stream

wellhead

[′wel‚hed]
(civil engineering)
The top of a well.
(hydrology)
The place where a stream emerges from the ground.

well house, wellhead

A shelter over a water well, 4.
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Boyce curled a shot wide as Wellhouse looked to level but Logan had to use his knees to stop McKay making it 2-0 before the break.
The two other new Ford retailers joining the Wellhouse network are W R Davies in Anglesey and Macrae & Dick, which has three outlets in Scotland.
And the triumph was made all the more special for Wellhouse as they played the closing stages of normal time, and the entire extra time, with defender Graeme McLaren in goal.
A spokesman for Strathclyde Police said: "We can confirm that our fraud squad has been asked to investigate irregularities at Wellhouse Community Centre.
The charity has been loaned a Wellhouse Ford Terrier campervan for use by the families it supports across West Yorkshire - allowing them to go on fun days out or short breaks.
Sharon Collins is another Wellhouse resident who says the scheme has many problems.
But in the east end enclave of Wellhouse, neds and drug addicts stalk the dirty streets while decent people hide behind the crumbling walls of their so-called homes.
The driver was unhurt in the accident at the junction of Share Hill and Lower Wellhouse Road.
But the journey from Giffnock to Wellhouse could be measured in light years.
Camper van conversion specialist Wellhouse Leisure is keen to bring its operations at Shepley and Shelley onto a single site - but wants to stay within a fivemile radius of its Shepley base.
Thomson, 22 Torran Road, Wellhouse, Glasgow G33 4LT.