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Original message (posted by raymyjamie)
A big hello to everybody.
A cloudy nonedescript day here, 18C forecast.
A lazy morning on me lappy.
This arvo, our usual big shop at Sainsies in Leyth.

Mo. Im sure youll still feel posh whether its a Jag or a Merc LOL
Enjoy your trip to Daves this arvo.


Well done to Marie.
A high word count today, so loads more for Our Mo and hopefully Vince will join in.

Lizzie, we had an interesting trip around All Saints last night.
The original church on the site was built in 1641, it was later rebuilt in the mid 1700s.
It has an historically mixed past, changing different Christian religions over the years, finally being C of E.
It was ransacked during the English Civil War, and somewhere in the churchyard a Roundhead is buried.
When the cemetery on Castle Hill was made in the late 1800s, burials were stopped at All Saints and all the graves were dug up.
In the 1960s the gravestones were used as ballast for the motorway, a sad end really.
We went back to Tudor House (our meeting room) for tea and cakes after.

Thanks for our wordage and take care.
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