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WALTERS Wise Words.com (The Hunts Post, January 23) must be a website where we can hear more of his gospel and preaching. This was episode 11 of the Keith Walters Revival Show. As a soap opera it gets more interesting. For the benefit of readers and Cou
WALTERS' Wise Words.com (The Hunts Post, January 23) must be a website where we can hear more of his gospel and preaching.
This was episode 11 of the Keith Walters Revival Show. As a soap opera it gets more interesting.
For the benefit of readers and Council Tax payers who have missed out on the fairytale: the blushing Mark Lloyd could not marry Cambridgeshire County Council.
He stamped his foot and refused. Gallant Keith travelled up north to grovel. He treated the prospective bride with a slap-up northern lunch of fish 'n' chips at £30 a head and pleaded that the bridesmaids of the Appointments Committee were ready and waiting for the ceremony.
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The electorate of Cambridgeshire had forgotten to record this episode and were just waiting, with dread, for their 2008-2009 Council Tax bills.
Meanwhile, Mark Lloyd was convinced by the emissary Keith Walters that his true love, after all, was Cambridgeshire and that the dowry of £200,000 a year and relocation expenses meant that the glass slipper fitted.
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Keith and Mark lived happily ever after until ...
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