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Robert Mackley

by Robert Mackley

Posted: 17 Oct 2014 @ 12:18

Metal cladding

MY CHURCH is covered in scaffolding. This is not a euphemism, or one of those coded remarks one hears in spy films ("The eagle has landed," and so on). No, the church of which I am Vicar is thoroughly clad in scaffolding. And it is not a pretty sight.

Not only is there scaffolding all the way round and right up to the roof, but the bottom two layers are surrounded with metal sheets to stop drunken students (and clergy, probably) climbing ...

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