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28th July 2015

Chinese Bridge Officially Opened

Guests toast as the ribbon is cut.  WM Longreach were joined by the Chinese Lion dance team Kui De Tang, Monument 85 trustee Martin Drury who is also an ex-Director General of the National Trust, & Lord Flight of Worcester who helped raise the remaining funds for the Chinese Bridge. Lost to decay and rot in the late 19th century, the exquisite Chinese Bridge is now open thanks to generous funding from the Monument 85 Fund. Guests toast as the ribbon is cut. WM Longreach were joined by the Chinese Lion dance team Kui De Tang, Monument 85 trustee Martin Drury who is also an ex-Director General of the National Trust, & Lord Flight of Worcester who helped raise the remaining funds for the Chinese Bridge. Lost to decay and rot in the late 19th century, the exquisite Chinese Bridge is now open thanks to generous funding from the Monument 85 Fund.
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