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Re: Climbing on Standing Stones
Feb 18, 2012, 20:14
VBB wrote:

It was feared that the setting of the north east upright was slumping. Arthur Passmore (A.D. Passmore) oversaw this concreting work in 1921-2, it cost £55 15s 1d (weird amount!) the cash was raised by subscription.

Cheers for the clarification.....
A mighty sum in those days though...a bit like the old joke.."Who only paid a penny?"...."Everyone did!"
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