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Vicar sees red over yellow-line fiasco

by Paul Wilkinson

Posted: 09 May 2014 @ 12:36

PARKING wardens who targeted worshippers' cars as they attended Sunday services got their come-uppance when a clergywoman photographed their van parked on double yellow lines on a bend in the road.

Their discomfiture was complete when the picture appeared on the front page of their local paper, on the internet, and in the national press, leading to a dressing-down from their bosses.

The Vicar, the Revd Beverley Mason, and her congregation at All Saints', Bingley, in West ...

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