Woodbury leaning gravestones prompts appeal for relatives

GRAVESTONES leaning in a Woodbury churchyard have prompted an appeal for relatives to get in touch.

GRAVESTONES leaning in a Woodbury churchyard have prompted an appeal for relatives to get in touch.

A spokesperson for St Swithun's Church said several gravestones are leaning at a 'dangerous angle' and relatives of the deceased are being sought to rectify the problem.

The church is keen to hear from anyone connected to Hannah and Frederick Bamsey, John and Sarah Ann Holland, Thomas Taylor, Sophia Jane and Richard Walter Hodges, Samuel George, Jane

and Henry Hill.


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A spokesperson for the church said: "It is the responsibility of any remaining relatives to ensure that gravestones do not constitute a danger to members of the public."

Relatives are asked to contact Paul Hudson on (01395) 232203.

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