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My mother, Mary Rands, was christened in this church in 1929. Her Grandparents, Herbert and Mary Ann Rands, lived in a cottage at the back of the church called 'Myrtle' They passed away before the second world war, they are buried just outside the entrance to the new church. My mother's uncle Jack (John (...Read full memory)
In 2002 I had already been the band leader for the Whitethorn Band for more than twenty years and ithe musicians decided we needed a new drum. By chance we discovered Barry Askew in Chelmondiston who used his woodworking skills to hand make perfect drums suitable for (...Read full memory)