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Wednesday, 30 January 2013 13:40

Bury a piece of The Witham

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During the building and restoration work which has been taking place on The Witham, we have discovered lots of objects which tell us about the history of the building including an 1860s penny, soft drinks bottles and woodbine cigarette packets.

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