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24/04/2020

Appeal: Low-flying helicopters would ‘distress’ crematorium mourners

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An inspector has refused plans for a crematorium near an RAF base in Shropshire despite a ‘clear need’, ruling that helicopters flying as low as 30 metres off the ground nearby would be ‘disconcerting’ to mourners.

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