A Grand Spell of Sunshine - The Life and Legacy of Francis FrithA Grand Spell of Sunshine - The Life and Legacy of Francis Frith

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The Last Supper Plaque

A Memory of Dawley.

I made a copy of an old Coalbrookdale last supper plaque, when I was an apprentice at the allied (Ketley).
I donated it to Reverend Peter Clay, who had it cleaned up and finished with a brass coating. It now hangs on the left side of the church facing the congregation.
This church is important to me because it is where we got married, our boys were baptised and where we renewed our vows (25 years later), Reverend Peter Clay was there to meet us afterwards.

A memory of Dawley

Added 25 July 2012

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