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Quadryng Brass Plate Returned to Original Site
27/02/2018 Tuesday

The brass effigy and plate celebrating the life and death of Richard Quadryng, which has hung on the North Wall of St Clement's since the early 19th century, has been returned to the church in Lenton, near Grantham, Lincs, where it was originally located.

It had been moved to St Clement's for reasons unknown by The Rev William Hardwicke, who was Vicar of Lenton and also Rector of Outwell at the time.

A photo of the handover ceremony and further information is available from the following link: