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DRIFTWAY. A road or way over which cattle are driven. 1 Taunt. R. 279; Selw. N. P. 1037; Wool. on Ways, 1.

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Outside a stone-walled entrance opens onto a tarmacadam driveway leading through the driftway, to the rear of the property.
The Driftway Drivers had four players in the top 10 at Oakmont and a further two that made the cut.
Outside, the old driftway barn is Grade II listed and the design of the interior is sympathetic to the building's history, featuring a domed pine panelled ceiling.
The Driftway is a character cottage in the village of Churchill, Worcestershire, featuring lots of exposed beams, while Laurel Lodge is a three-bedroomed detached bungalow in historic Kinver, Staffordshire.
The Driftway, at Church Farm Barns, in Churchill Lane, offers two-bedroomed accommodation in a delightful, rural location.
Churchill itself is a very desirable and sought-after village, within which The Driftway and the other converted barns and cottages enjoy a slightly elevated, prominent position with views of the church.
This section of Driftway Road consists of a 7m wide bituminous surface.
Illustrative plans give an idea of the permitted scale of the development and show a Palladian-style house with courtyard, arched driftway approach and clock tower to suite classic tastes.
The selling agents are quoting a pounds 169,950 guide price for Driftway at Norrest court, Leigh Sinton near Malvern, a barn conversion with both private and communal gardens in a rural location in orchard and farmland.
There are traditional and modern outbuildings including old stabling with loft, timber framed driftway barn, former cow house and six bay sheep shed.
This section of Driftway Road consists of only a 4m wide bituminous surface.