We shall very much miss John Colebrook - a true Grimbarian
JOHN Colebrook, pictured, was a true Grimbarian and a much valued friend of mine.
He and I first met as very young children at Sunday School at St. James' parish church.
Together we progressed through Sunday School and the youth Fellowship to become Servers at the church.
We used to love to reminisce how, after being on duty serving for Sunday evening Evensong, we would sneak across the road to The White Hart for a pint with the very much respected verger at that time, George Needham.
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John and I shared a very deep affection for St. James' Parish Church which became Grimsby Minster.
One of the true highlights of John's time as Mayor of the Borough was when he received, from The Bishop of Lincoln, the Charter which created Grimsby Minster Church. As John received the Charter so I was able to lead the bells pealing from the church tower telling the people of Grimsby that they now had a Grimsby Minster Church. My wife and I shall very much miss John and sharing with him some wonderful memories,
May he rest in peace.
Frank Kennington, recently retired Captain and Ringing Master at Grimsby Minster.