Another amusing episode in the life of the quintessential English village of Lower Strangling.
The Lower Strangling Chronicles
Ever since finding Nazi memorabilia in his loft, Simon was determined to find out who owned them.
During his free time (even his non-free time) Simon scoured the internet and various documents to find any sign of a Nazi sympathiser in Lower Strangling to no avail.
Until he had an idea; the parish records. There must be something in the parish records.
There was just one issue. There were simply too many records for Simon to go through himself.
It was then that Simon called the village council together for an emergency meeting.
It was safe to say the council was not best pleased when they found out that Simon wanted them to sift through parish records rather than discuss the situation in Ukraine.
The council agreed to help Simon, however.
“Are you sure this is an appropriate use of council time?” John asked Simon, as he looked at a…
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I’m loving this story, Sheila