steeple house


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steeple house

A term used by some religious faiths for a church.
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In a statement, Alderman John Smyth said: "Early this morning we were made aware of a fire at the historic Steeple House. As both Mayor of Antrim and Newtownabbey and as a resident of nearby Steeple area, I've always been very proud of this building.
Eclipse Net Solutions, in Steeple House just outside the city ring road, has landed the deal to develop the West Midlands Business Council's (WMBC) new website.
Other areas where waste- ground has been turned into small wildlife havens include land next to Steeple House, in Dover Street, near Ringway St Nicholas, and land to the rear of John Tofts House, off Leicester Row, near the Canal Basin.
Later in June the woman visited Millsopp at his consulting room in Steeple House, Percy Street, Spon End, Cov-entry, where he suggested giving her a massage.
They are being recommended to close two ageing and loss-making buildings, comprising 15 industrial and 25 office units, in Macefield Close in Aldermans Green, and Steeple House in Spon End.
The other spots are at Parkside and Short Street, Ringway Rudge near Steeple House, Quarryfield Lane, Ringway St Nicholas, near William Batchelor House and the back of Leigh Mills car park.
The other spots are at Parkside and Short Street, both a stone's throw away from Coventry University's new Techno-Centre, Ringway Rudge near Steeple House, Quarryfield Lane, Ringway St Nicholas, near William Batchelor House and the back of Leigh Mills car park.