This sign is in the town of Wells, Somerset, England. It just tickled me to think that births, deaths, and much of what comes in between can all be managed by this town office.
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Well, that covers just about everything doesn’t it? Lol! 🙂
That’s what I thought!
In Finland people are complaining that when having business with authorities, they are obliged to “run” from one service-point to another. Maybe in England they have solved that one service-point in which man can get all services. Hey, that’s great! Congratulations to officials. 🙂
We have the same problem in my city. Maybe I should show our mayor what Wells accomplished in city planning!
That is just bizarre…love it!
Exactly what I thought when I saw the sign!
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