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Recollections

Canon Paul Brett writes:
FURTHER to your obituaries of Canon Frank Scuffham (Gazette, 15 and 22 November): one aspect of Frank's ministry which should not be forgotten is his concern for the unemployed.

In February 1982, when one in eight workers was jobless, Church Action With the Unemployed sent a large leaflet, "The Time for Action is Now", to 25,000 clergy and lay people in England, Scotland, and Wales, urging them to help tackle the problem. ...

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