Letter: Frankly appalled at poor sound in the chapel
Last Friday I attended the funeral of Alan Callaghan, past president of Mansfield Chamber of Trade & Commerce and frankly I was appalled by the quality of the sound system in the chapel at Mansfield Crematorium.
The rendition of the music during the ceremony brought to mind that of our ‘wind-up’ gramophone playing in our air raid shelter during the war!
The chapel and grounds are so well kept that I am surprised the sound system is so badly neglected.
Surely Mansfield and District Council can do better than to allow this state of affairs to continue.
Terence A Paling
Hon. Sec. Mansfield Chamber 1960-1996
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