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Old Heath vicar calls for return of community sign

1st November 2012 | Health and Safety Signs

Posted by Ben Alexander

An Old Heath vicar has urged for a sign that welcomes drivers to the area to be returned.

Speaking to the Essex County Standard, Father Richard Tillbrook of St Barnabas Church in Abbot’s Road believes that the notice helped to boost the community's image and "put it on the map".

However, the sign, which was bought and paid for by the community, was recently stolen as part of a metal theft last month.

"We would very much like it back and appeal to whoever removed it or whoever has since acquired it to return it so that I can have it put back where it belongs," Father Tillbrook explained to the news provider.

Recently, roads minister of Northern Ireland Danny Kennedy announced that he will replace signs that were stolen on the Fermanagh border.

The Belfast Newsletter reported that, two of the notices, which read "Welcome to Northern Ireland" were taken down in the Newtownbutler and Rosslea areas.ADNFCR-2754-ID-801480398-ADNFCR


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