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Revealed

Revealed: two eight-foot-square stone murals have just been discovered beneath wood panelling at St Luke’s, Blakenhall, Wolverhampton. The Vicar, the Revd Richard Espin-Bradley (above) described them as “an interesting surprise. . . We have got a few church members who have been here a while, and they didn’t realise they were there”

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