vicarage


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Synonyms for vicarage

an official residence provided by a church for its parson or vicar or rector

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All homes at Vicarage Meadow will offer an impressive list of standard features, which includes heated towel rails in the bathroom and en-suites, as well as a kitchen with a stainless steel oven, hob and chimney hood, integrated dishwasher and fridge/freezer.
The menu at the Vicarage is right up my street and there is plenty else I could have happily ordered - hot smoked salmon mousse, chicken liver parfait, duck press, pork belly, sea bass (OK, now I'm really hungry) - and for well-booted Cheshire it's pretty reasonable; around PS6 to PS8 for starters and PS13 to PS21 for mains.
Perfect for entertaining, the former vicarage has a drawing room with dualaspect windows, a family room, sun room, play room and formal dining room.
Bronwen said: "We'd had no formal experience in the care sector, but we trained hard for 18 months before opening The Old Vicarage.
Vicarage Drive, Marske, where a resident found a hand grenade, below
Shopping centre director at M&M Asset Management, Iain Minto, said: "A development of this nature at Old Vicarage Place could provide space for a national department store that would give the people of St Austell more choice and convenience.
In February he killed the Rev Suddards with a kitchen knife at St Mary's church vicarage in Thornbury, Glos.
There was nobody else at the vicarage at that time that could have physically accessed that computer.
THE "forgotten victim" of the Ealing Vicarage rape is writing a book about his ordeal.
St Saviour's Vicarage in Splott Road, Splott, Cardiff, has been closed since its sitting parish priest of more than 30 years, the Rev Alan Rabjohns, retired in June last year.
LESS than 24 hours after leaving Vicarage Road, former Watford manager Aidy Boothroyd was being smashed into to be the next boss at League One Huddersfield.
Scot Ellis Johnstone and his wife Karan were thrown out of a four-bedroom vicarage on the day their 11th child was due to be born.
But the signs also stopped parishioners from visiting the Rev Eric Lomax's vicarage as they thought they were banned.
Staying at his father's vicarage in Warwickshire as he negotiated to join Essex County Cricket Club as a professional, he had long talks about these things with his younger brother Arthur.