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Beating the rain

Margaret Duggan

by Margaret Duggan

Posted: 17 Jan 2014 @ 12:21

BEFORE the Christmas rains came, contractors removed no less than 60kg of debris from the gutters of St Michael and All Angels, in Galleywood. St Michael's is a well-cared-for church, but it took a cherry picker to reach the awkward spots.

Pictured here is the Archdeacon of Harlow, the Ven. Martin Webster, in the basket of the cherry picker with Lyan Gray, of MBS Access, from Witham. The Archdeacon was there to launch a scheme set up by the diocese of Chelmsford and ...

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