St Andrew's Churchyard Public Notice

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St. Andrew's Church, Curry Rivel
PUBLIC NOTICE

The Parochial Church Council of St. Andrew's Church, Curry Rivel hereby gives notice that:
for reasons of public safety, on 19th February 2020 the large, leaning cross that forms part of the monument marking grave number 716 of William Webber MUNCKTON (died 12 December 1892), his wife Ann Elizabeth (died 29 May 1873) and their daughter Margaret Mary (died 14 December 1863), was Iaid flat beside the base of said monument. The top section of the base was also removed and placed in front of the lower section.
Anyone who wishes to object to the above described actions should write to the Registrar of the Diocese of Bath and Wells, Mr. R A Callaby, Diocesan Registry, 14 Market Place, Wells BA5 2RE within 28 (twenty-eight) days of the date of this Notice.
Anyone who wishes to arrange for or contribute financially to the reinstatement of said monument into an upright, safe position, should contact the Rector of St. Andrew's Church, Rev S R Patterson, The Rectory, Curry Rivel TA1O OHQ.
Curry Rivel, 16th March 2020

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