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/ Bees hive in the tower; the outer stone / Pared and frittered in sunlight, flakes with the years: / Clunch crumbles, but silence, exaltation endures" (Ridler).
The other new firemen to complete their basic three-month training were: Kenny Braham, Tony Churchill, Mark Clunch, Terry Conner, Joe Dunne, Mike Johnson, Keith Matthews, Roger Morris, Mark Rawden, Barry Stainsby, John Stringer, Mike Tilling, Steve Waggott and Archie Wilson.
Churches and other buildings in the villages (including in some cases, such as the converted windmill referred to above, the houses in which children lived) were built from clunch, a hardened chalk of the Cretaceous period chemically altered by the cementing of the silica and thus suitable for cutting and using as a building material.
Benjamin Moore's "White Dove," "Palace White," "Ancient Ivory," "Natural Wicker," "Soft Chamois," and "Classic Grey," along with "Clunch," and "Satin Slipper" by Farrow and Ball are a few of my favorites.