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“A terrible shock”

The Revd Jeremy Oakley, the Vicar Penn Fields, Wolverhampton, in the churchyard of St Philip’s, Bradmore, last week. Over the past month, up to 40 graves and monuments have been vandalised. Mr Oakley said: “Local people are so sad because of the damage that has been ...

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