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The October coffee morning was a very busy affair,indeed it stretched into the afternoon, with conducted tours round the Church by Chris Topper and climbs up the tower using a very tight stone spiral staircase to see the workings of the clock.
Roger Franks, who has for over 25 years, weekly climbed the tower to wind the clock, was at hand to tell about the clocks history. On top of this, there were delicious cakes and scones to eat and even a barbecue. The next St Botolphs coffee morning will be held on 28th November.
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