Stone flower planter broken by vandals at Sidmouth church
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The incident occurred last weekend where two stone flower planters were pushed over.
Vandals struck at Sidmouth Parish Church at the weekend causing damage to a stone flower planter.
Members of the church found one of the flower urns outside the southern entrance have been broken when they arrived on Sunday morning (August 5).
A second planter had also been pushed over.
The heavy pots had only recently had flowers planted by Sidmouth in Bloom ahead of the visit from national judges.
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Churchwarden Professor Brian Golding, said: “I suspect drunken high spirits late at night.
“We found out Sunday morning, the one that was still in tact we managed to get back on its pedestal.
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“The other one we will have to wait to see if it’s possible to mend.”
Anyone with information is asked to contact the police on 101 quoting crime reference 065515/17.