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Keys to friendless churches

I don't know exactly how I found their web site - but I have come across the Friends of Friendless Churches. And I read ...

The forlorn tower at Saltfleetby was taken on by the Friends in 1976. The tower, which dates from the 15th century, is the only surviving part of the church, so there is no need for a key. If you would like to visit the church and need details of keyholders, ... , please telephone our office on: ...

I'm sure they're very earnest people and they're not trying to be funny - but once they befriend a church, it's no longer friendless, so surely it should be taken off their books. And why exactly might I need a key?
(written 2008-11-15)

 
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