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Original message (posted by rayonline5555)
the fencing was 5ft.high and unclimbable.the gates were at top corner...safe and lockable...the cobblestones were genuine stubshie cobble reclaimed fromm Lily St.the cross was as I stated ,metal ,unburnable, and proudly proclaiming to all the world that this IS the birthplace of Stubshaw Cross.Further improvement would have had larger boulders around the Cross which could have been interpreted as a cross of coal bursting out through the bedrock beneath the village and on the boulders could have been brass plaques in memory of all our villages heroes of the past.i.e. war heroes,miners etc. David ...this drawing was taken by me to two meetings and it was NOT,Irepeat NOT properly discussed at them Because KB would not allow it to go on the agenda.If it was discussed at a later date then neither I nor the drawing were present.... comments please.....
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