The Tears of a Clown

Now if there's a smile upon my face…

Kev Crowley (Fynger Cooper)

I am so very sorry to hear the news of the sudden loss of a friend, I met Kev ‘Fynger’ Cooper some years ago and had the pleasure of being regular online friends too. To say I am shocked is an understatement.

I post below, as a tribute to him, an image of one of his great interests, the fabulous Medieval gateway into Nottingham that was Drury Hill, Nottingham’s ‘Shambles’. Something that Kev’s research and modelling gave us a great insight into.

God bless you, Kev and my heartfelt condolences to Martine and loved ones. xx

 

drury hill

Drury Hill, Nottingham

(courtesy Picture The Past)

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December 1, 2017 - Posted by | Ripping Yarns

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