Talk:Albert Kennedy Trust

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Vandalised slightly?[edit]

Sorry, I'm not a member of Wikipedia but it is obvious that this article has been vandalised slightly. I would turn back the alterations, but I don't yet know how.

got them

I'm assuming the 'gay prostitution' is also vandilisation.

Vandalism removed, article updated[edit]

I've removed the remaining vadalism (references to gay prostitution, number of storeys and religious texts read whilst falling)

I've also corrected some grammar, updated the patrons and inserted links to the relevant Patrons.

This article could probably do with updating and enhancing.

--manchesterstudent 01:17, 28 June 2007 (UTC)