, the church's pastor, said: "In digging around the archives in preparation for the anniversary celebration, we have found that the building has a fascinating history and this project will enable us to make it sustainable for the future."
Hellen Dillnutt, Gloucester: An old tip from more than 60 years ago is to cadge
some new soot from a chimney sweep and scatter it over.
a room in his buddy's mansion in Crawford, Texas (he used to be very good at holiday house-cadging) and pick up a paint brush.
every thing from lawnmowers to DVDs from friends and family and then fail to give them back, a survey by the Post Office has revealed, reports the Daily Express.
A lot seem to be train spotters - like the old Bishop of Wakefield, Eric Treacey, who was forever trying to cadge
lifts in someone else's A4 Pacific.
After all, any old three-piece can cadge
enough money to book an hour in a studio, roll off a cassette or two (we are talking about the mid-90s here), and bung them in the post to every radio station, music mag and record company they could think of.
Far from being a cheeky bid to cadge
food, it's all in the interests of research for her masters degree in visual communication at Swansea Institute.
The on/off boyfriend of model Kate Moss emerged from Telford police station in good spirits, pausing to cadge
a cigarette from a reporter and proceeding to nurse a pint of Guinness at a nearby pub.
The arrangements are straight out of Tommy Boyce, Bobby Hart, and Burt Bacharach--they even cadge
from The Prefab Four's theme song!
I can't attend more than one, unless I can cadge
a lift on a plane, so I think it will probably have to be Ayr.
I always awoke the next morning after a late-night talk with the desire to get to work." One morning, though, Corbett woke in Guston's Woodstock home with an anxiety attack and tried to cadge
a painting from him, as "some reward .
What Abrams did and shamelessly denied was to cadge
petrodollars from the oil-rich sheiks of Brunei for the needy pillagers and assassins of Reagan's mercenary army holed up in their Honduran bases.
YESTERDAY'S SOLUTIONS WEE THINKER ACROSS: 7 Cheetah 9 Aping 10 Pushy 11 Retrace 12 Ran 13 Specials 16 Cleanser 17 Nib 19 Earache 21 Oasis 22 Maple 23 Tombola DOWN: 1 Sceptre 2 Personal 3 Stay 4 Earthier 5 Tina 6 Egret 8 Hornet's nest 13 Searcher 14 Long shot 15 Abysmal 18 Germs 20 Ropy 21 Ohms QUICKIE ACROSS: 1 Plaster cast 8 Duo 9 Not 1 Amateur 12 Dough 13 Nan 14 Bay 15 Visited 17 Err 19 Ogle 21 Over 23 Area 25 Mate 27 See 29 Take off 31 Sue 34 Rip 36 Ended 37 Precede 38 Rig 39 All 40 Temperature DOWN: 1 Puma 2 Loan 3 Sterile 4 Earwig 5 Cadge
6 Snub 7 Toga 8 Dance 10 Thyme 16 Doe 18 Rot 20 Gas 22 Vet 24 Reflect 25 Miser 26 Pepper 28 Expel 30 Add up 32 Unit 33 Edge 34 Rear 35 Idle
Aren't I recompensing Britain for its overall abuse of the NHS, its imbeciles who use ambulances like ring-and-ride vehicles, who cadge
NHS prescriptions for pills and potions on sale at their local chemist?
ACROSS 1 Battle; 4 Passover; 10 Equipment; 11 Relic; 12 Cadge
; 13 Incessant; 14 Armour; 16 Buffoon; 18 Article; 20 Galway; 23 Manoeuvre; 25 Copse; 26 Stunt; 27 Gatecrash; 29 Teenager; 29 Sandal.