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CARLISLE: After the flood

by Margaret Duggan

THE graveyard of St Peter’s, Camerton, was completely under water during the devastating floods in Cumbria in November 2009 (below). A number of churches in Carlisle diocese suffered, but St Peter’s was let off comparatively lightly: the water was only a couple of inches deep at the entrance to the building. But the beautiful little church, its Vicar, the Revd Ian Grainger, says, is surrounded on three sides by the River Derwent, and was put out of commission by the ...

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