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Chelmsford: Matching collars

by Margaret Duggan

IT IS said that dogs and their owners end up looking like each other, and this has certainly been the case with the Revd Robert Hampson and his dog, Cromwell, who has taken to wearing his own clerical collar.

Cromwell appeared in it at the pet service at Holy Trinity, Wanstead, in that part of east London which is in Chelmsford diocese. There were seven dogs and one cat at the service, and the theme was interaction with the animal kingdom. ...

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