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QUARRY. A place whence stones are dug for the purpose of being employed in building, making roads, and the like.
     2. When a farm is let with an open quarry, the tenant may, when not restrained by his contract, take out the stone, but he has no right to open new quarries. Vide Mines. Waste.

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The Malcolm Group has donated the livery of a walking floor trailer to Quarriers and donors have pledged PS1,000 to the charity to have their business or name featured on it.
And if you feel you have these qualities then you could consider becoming a support worker for Quarriers Glasgow, who is recruiting for projects throughout the city.
Quarriers Stopover provides crisis accommodation for young people aged 16 to 25.
Bryan McCall, the charity's events and community fundraising manager, said: "The Quarriers Big Newcastle Zumbathon is a great way for people in Newcastle to have fun, keep fit and raise money for the vulnerable people we support.
ahead of leading the Quarriers Zumbathon fundraising event at Eldon Square Leisure Centre
Over the years, Quarriers welcomed over 30,000 children.
Three Sisters Bake in Quarriers Village is hosting a Crafty Brunch on Easter Saturday and Sunday, March 31 and April 1.
For more than 140 years, Quarriers has been one of Scotland's leading social care charities, providing care and support for young people, adults and families who face extremely challenging circumstances.
Ms Campbell confirmed the allocations during a visit to Quarriers Ruchazie Family Resource Centre in Glasgow one of the organisations benefitting from the fund.
David Whelan, 56, who was sexually abused in the 70s by Quarriers carer John Porteous, known as the Beast of the Bellotower, said victims are demanding "no hiding place" for abusers or the organisations involved.
Coun Jim Foreman, the council's lead member for children and young people, said: "I'm absolutely delighted this centre is now complete and handed over to Quarriers, the Scottish-based charity who have the contract to operate the scheme.
The company operates its own quarries, and also purchases blocks from other quarriers.