AT the first sign of summer, Teessiders tend to get straight in the shed and root around for
the barbecue and deckchairs.
It saves the need to root around for
change, means bus drivers can carry less money and also speeds up people getting on and off buses.
At least her being out of the house gives Ashley a chance to sneak in, get himself something to eat, and root around for
some of his valuable possessions which he can pawn.
You won't have to root around for
batteries or charge a toy up before the kids can use it because these toys for babies, toddlers (and dads, of course) aren't electronic and so help to cut the number of batteries used in the UK.
People are also being invited to root around for
any unwanted plants they can take along to the sale and organisers say everyone is welcome to go along.
"I'd advise people to have a root around for
it," said watch expert Jonathan Betts of the National Maritime Museum at Greenwich, South East London.
It can be stressful and upsetting enough having to visit loved ones in hospital without having to root around for
change in order to leave your car without the risk of it being clamped.
GREEN fingered residents are being invited to root around for
some spare time and head off to a meeting on Saturday.
Putting such restrictions on information is exactly why journalists have to root around for
news from alternative sources.
Delegates root around for
free pens and squeezy toys.