By Moira Biggins - 10th June 2014 6:05am
I was passing through Audlem a few days ago and stopped for coffee and cake, and to look in the church.
I was very impressed with the community wall-hanging and bought a couple of postcards of it.
There was information in the church explaining where the quotation on the wall-hanging comes from: "To have forbearance if things do not sometimes go on quite right."
I was intrigued and should have written down the source, but I didn't — and now I've forgotten.
I checked the village website hoping to find the information — but no luck. (Sorry about that.) Would anyone be able to tell me the quotation comes from?
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