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Mon 16 Jan 17 @ 10:38
Ancient lavatory finds Pakistan ‘twin’ https://t.co/pQ8foLVc6S

Mon 16 Jan 17 @ 9:59
RT @Revd_Paul_MonkThis @Churchtimes article about the London Charterhouse is a lovely eye-opener. A good article, and worth reading. https://t.co/NiWd6tIqOf