Thank you: Credit where credit is due

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I would like to thank Long Sutton people for their patience and respect during the funeral of Anne Twite on May 30.

Four horses and a carriage led the funeral procession which somewhat disrupted traffic for about an hour.

Throughout this time, there were no complaints or outbursts from the public; workmen digging up the roads stopped work and removed their safety helmets while the procession passed by.

All too often in these busy times, we are keen to lay blame on people and so credit where credit is due.

Tim Butt

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