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new graveyard....but first

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the village is getting a new graveyard, it was the allotments before, but first, the 'time team' from the council are digging around and having a look. I will go and ask what they are expecting to find next time I see someone there........
17th Jan 2007, 10:05   | tags:,,,


where abouts is that? i can't picture any allotments...

17th Jan 2007, 10:13

paintist says:

its at the fork in the road towards the church....southend and church road...behind a lot of greenery..near the nunnery

17th Jan 2007, 10:15

oh yeah, i know. i can imagine that being a nice place for a graveyard.

17th Jan 2007, 10:20

paintist says:

will be booking my plot pdq...:-)

17th Jan 2007, 10:24

hmmm :)

17th Jan 2007, 11:05

holagram grave stone dont forget! did they have to buy out all the alotments or did they just say we are the church all must obay?

17th Jan 2007, 11:22

paintist says:

they applied for planning permission, but i am guessing that the church owned it anyway, it owns a lot of land hereabouts.....

I am hoping that you will deal with the hollogram thingy bmal lol.....

17th Jan 2007, 11:24

toadrunner (blog-at-chriscoates-dot-com) says:

what happenend to the allotmants ? I'd hate it if I lost mine here in NL so I feel for these people - pop over and sign the petition please:

17th Jan 2007, 17:20

paintist says:

Done toadrunner :-)
I really do appreciate a good allotment, it does the body and soul good.....

17th Jan 2007, 18:11

Spiderbaby says:

Are they going to swap and turn the old graveyard into allotments now?

17th Jan 2007, 19:50

paintist says:

that really would be recycling.... :-)

17th Jan 2007, 19:51

Spiderbaby says:


17th Jan 2007, 21:09

FilbertFox says:

would make good spuds

20th Jan 2007, 14:01

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