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Beat this for size!

Letters

Well if Mr Howe wants to be competitive about it (NCE last week)!

The Eden Millennium Project in Cumbria is to erect a granite rock weighing 50 tonnes as a memorial. It is presently lying halfway up a scree slope in a quarry near Shap, and it has to be moved some 20km up to the A6 near Penrith.

Sponsorship for the move, preferably not on a sledge, would be much appreciated.

Charles Blackett-Ord (F), Chapel Street, Appleby-in-Westmoreland, Cumbria CA16 6QR

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