Rural worshippers don't know what they are going to do after lead thieves stripped church roof



Lead thieves caused £20,000 damage to the roof of a village church on Sunday night.
They attacked the centuries old St Mary the Virgin in Weston by Welland near Market Harborough.
The thieves left large holes in the north aisle roof which allowed rain water to pour in.
Police are anxious to trace a man who was seen near the building on Friday as if he was inspecting the church.
The cost of repairing the damage has been estimated at £20,000.
But because of limitations on the insurance cover, the congregation will have to raise between £10,000 and £15,000 "which we do not have".
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28 September 2016 in Regional East, Views: 22
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