Historic Churches Run 1952

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    Historic churches preservation trust run. London.

    MS as Lord Mayor Sir Rupert de la Bere, MP hands box to Mr Hamilton Kerr outside Mansion House. MS Lord Mayor posing with Kerr, he puts letter into box and closes lid.

    MS Kerr running with box. MS St. Martin's-in-the-Field Church. CU Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr. Fisher, standing on steps of the church. MS St. Bride's Church, pan down to notice about the run. CU sign saying the church was built by Christopher Wren. CU notice 'destroyed by bomb 1940'.

    MS runner arriving at St. Bride's Church. MS runner handing over box to clergy outside church. MS Llewellyn Morgan stripping off jumpers, pan to clergy. MS as Morgan receives box and starts run. LS Morgan leaving St. Bride's Church through crowd. LS runner passing crowd. MS St. Martin's-in-the-Field. MS man putting donation into collection box outside St. Martin's.

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