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AREA. An enclosed yard or opening in a house; an open place adjoining to a house. 1 Chit. Pr. 176.

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It said: "The outcome of this consultation demonstrates support for the proposal and the Education and Children's Services Policy Board is therefore asked to approve the recommendation to alter the catchment areas affecting Bishopton Primary School and a new primary school to be built at Dargavel Village to create a natural geographical boundary, which will allow all non-denominational pupils the opportunity to attend a local nondenominational school in Dargavel Village."
| Children living outside catchment area who have a sibling who will be at the school when they are admitted.
Parents are willing to fork out thousands of pounds more for a home in Merseyside's most sought-after catchment areas, according to a new study.
One in eight have registered a child at another address in a catchment area - but not actually moved them.
Sobreira disclosed that that Kinross Chirano had recruited 350 of the youth in its catchment areas under the training programme, with a huge percentage of them having already been employed at Chirano.
Kenya Meteorological Department acting director Peter Ambenje last month said the catchment areas had started receiving rains.
A public consultation is running to determine people's thoughts on the plans which will involve a new, merged catchment area for the Westfield Infant and Junior Schools and Sketchley Hill Primary School.
On questioning the importance of afforestation on the catchment areas, Sadhguru affirmed that maintaining 100% forest cover in all the catchment areas of all rivers and streams is of paramount importance.
NEARLY a quarter of parents have moved house to be within their desired school catchment area, a survey has found.
OVER a third of North East parents have moved house to be within their desired school catchment area, a survey has found.
Those families willing to move are prepared to pay a 12 pe cent premium for their desired catchment area, equivalent to an extra PS26,800 in the current property market.
Caption: RAIN, RAIN, DON'T GO AWAY--The yellow catchment area is getting more rainfall this year, but most other areas have been hit hard.