Dangerous cliffs and a trouser kite

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After lecturing at Wonersh yesterday, I drove down to Eastbourne for a couple of days R&R. This afternoon, Fr Briggs and I visited Beachy Head, home to some perilous cliffs:

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Sadly, Beachy Head is a renowned place for people to commit suicide and the Police, a chaplaincy team and other volunteers try to do their bit.

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It is scary to be near the unprotected edge of the cliffs.

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In a very British manner, one gentleman was making use of the wind to fly a couple of kites:

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One of them being a pair-of-trousers-kite:

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This morning we enjoyed the hospitality of the good people of Our Lady of Ransom parish Church at Eastbourne for Mass. We'll be there again tomorrow morning (about 10.30am). Here is a picture of the beautiful Lady altar which I took on my last visit:

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