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Stopped Clocks is a public collaborative project which exists to first document all the stopped clocks in the UK, with the aim being to restore those we can to working order.

Anyone can help, so please send us any information on stopped clocks in your area and by all means post here at the blog.

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Thanks, Alfie. To show willing, I post a St Mark's pic. It's feeble, but
happens to be 1 in my system (rather than a film print). Here's my would-be
posting again, as you request;

*Excellent campaign, good pic. For those who may not know, the clock -- even
the face -- has been missing from St Mark's, Dalston, for several years.
David Altheer **http://lovingdalston.blogspot.**com*

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From: Alfie Dennen <alfied@gmail.com> Date: 1 February 2010


Hi David,

thanks so much for getting in touch. Not sure what happened, but could you
perhaps try posting again? Just make sure that the email contains an image
in JPEG format, as the site is a picture based blog. Send to:
stopped@moblog.net
I'd love to talk more about St. Marks, I'm looking for the first
refurbishment project and St. Marks is both close to where I am and entirely
representative of the project.
Best,

Alfie

contact@moblog.net wrote:

At http://moblog.net/view/882928/st-marks-church-dalston I tried to
post the following, happily including my name & eddress, but it seemed
to be disallowed. Perhaps u can post it for me. -- DA:

Excellent campaign, good pic, Dan. For those who may not know, the
clock -- even the face -- has been missing from St Mark's, Dalston,
for several years. See also my blog http://lovingdalston.blogspot.com
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Posted by zuzhi

1st Feb 2010, 10:41  

lakeshahin(lakeshahinma-at-spu-dot-edu) says:

near scheme wide mean smaller

30th Mar 2010, 00:25