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We have received a message from Linda Bebbington explaining that an item has gone missing from her father's grave at the cemetery.

Linda says:

"Missing — resin robin (sitting on a tree stump) from my Dad's grave in Audlem Cemetery. It was there 2 weeks ago but was missing on Saturday 7th October. It fitted very snug into the rose bowl hole so could not come out easily without force.

We were very upset on Saturday to find this was not there, especially my Mum. My Dad was a lover of birds and nature and would have loved this.

If anyone has seen it or knows where it is, please let us know or return it.

Thank you."

If you can help with this please contact us at editor@audlem.org. We will pass any information on.

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