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Lydgate had after all to give some scrutiny to each drawer, the Vicar laughing at himself, and yet persisting in the exhibition.
At last the Vicar laid down his pipe, stretched out his legs, and turned his bright eyes with a smile towards Lydgate, saying--
Lydgate was not at all sure that the Vicar maligned himself.
This follows the success of their production of the original Vicar of Dibley play in 2015.
Dawn French in The Vicar of Dibley - but what was the name of her character?
He became the vicar of Penrhiwceiber in the Cynon Valley and served there for 26 years until 2002 before becoming vicar of Cardiff St Mary with St Dyfrig and St Samson and then Grangetown three years later.
The Revd Bryony Taylor, a vicar at St Michael and All Angels, in Houghton-le-Spring, is one of 25 people to be ordained in Durham Cathedral on Saturday.
A woman came up to me in a supermarket three days ago telling me I was going to go to hell playing a gay vicar.
Reverend Jim Percival, 64, the vicar of Holy Trinity CE Church in Freckleton, Lancashire, was arrested earlier this week with his wife Susan, 64, and daughter Ruth, 28, after the suspicious death of a baby boy.
I was about eight or nine and said to my mother "I'm going out to play", and she replied "I think the vicar is in the street so, mind, if you see him I'm not in".
But before this, when he first came to Birmingham during the Blitz, possibly his first parish after 1941 was as the Vicar of Emmanuel in Highters Heath, Hollywood, where he remained until the move to Ladywood in 1952.
When their vicar passed away in the middle of a service, the inhabitants of the small conservative Oxfordshire village of Dibley expected his replacement to be another old man with a beard, but instead they got a female minister with a bob-cut.