She was speaking for the fourth day in a row at the inquiry at Community Central Halls in Maryhill, Glasgow.
What does CCH stand for?
CCH stands for Community Central Hall (Glasgow, Scotland, UK)
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- Communauté de Communes de l'Hesdinois (French: Community of Communes of Hesdinois; Pas-de-Calais, France)
- Compact Corrugated Horn Antenna
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- Confederation of Cooperative Housing (est. 1993; UK)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Byline: Rosie Kane THE last time I was in the Community Central Halls in Maryhill my daughter was competing in an Irish dancing contest.
She broke down in tears as she arrived at Community Central Hall in Maryhill to await news of her daughter's fate.
The inquiry at Community Central Halls in Maryhill, Glasgow, continues.
Lord MacLean will chair the oral hearings, which are expected to run for two weeks at the Community Central Halls in Maryhill, Glasgow.
Matlock, who played bass for the Sex Pistols in the early days and again during the band's recent reunion tour, will play the Community Central Hall venue (which has been championed by Scots indie-rockers Belle & Sebastian) on June 18.