Roof over Shakespeare's bones risks collapse

LONDON (Reuters Life!) – The roof of the church where William Shakespeare's remains lie is in danger of collapse, the group dedicated to the church's preservation said on Monday.

The Friends of Shakespeare's Church charity said on their website that the beams of the chancel roof of Holy Trinity church in Shakespeare's birthplace of Stratford-upon-Avon, which sits above the bard's bust, gravestone and final resting place, are rotting and could collapse. Full article.

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