cladder

cladder

(ˈklædə)
n
a person who clads (roofs or walls)
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Shaun Walsh, 43, who works as an industrial cladder, had been sick a few times after working in the heat in May this year.
With the total project costing PS300, the industrial cladder said: "A lot of things you can get for nothing when you ask for them.
Mr Naylor, a self-employed cladder, was a keen Newcastle United supporter who had been returning from a night out after watching a match when he died.
Like many things in life, there is always a follow up and now comes the Cladder's sequel ...Sheds on Roofs.
"I have been in business as an industrial cladder, combining that with training the greyhounds, but I will be scaling that down a lot now to concentrate on the racing.
Self-employed cladder Dane, who also had a son Shay, had been a passenger in a Ford Mondeo that hit a central barrier on the A1058 Coast Road in Wallsend.
Dane, a self-employed cladder, was a keen golfer and in his youth was an assistant at Backworth Miners' Welfare Golf Course.
As well as football, Dane, a self-employed cladder, was a keen golfer and in his youth was an assistant at Backworth Miners' Welfare Golf Course.
Thanks to finishes from Dillon Fil and Ryan Hepplewhite for Town and Callum Prinn and Michael Cladders for Blackfyne it went to a penalty shoot-out - and Town came out on top 3-1.