Monday, 21 April 2014

More park bench donations

These benches are ripe for leaflet distribution and yellow ribbons; http://maz63.blogspot.co.uk/2014/04/e-brochure-for-campaign-to-raise.html?m=1

Donation of Park Benches by Plymouth Brethren Church

Plymouth Brethren

Jeremy Briston of PBCC hands over park bench to the Mayor.

Recently, the Plymouth Brethren Christian Church in Norwich decided to offer a park bench to each of the nine Parish and Town councils around their city hall.  These benches were of three types made of either wood, metal or a combination of both, with a small brass plaque showing who had donated them.

All the councils were very pleased to accept the offer and the matter of the type they preferred and the location of the site in which they wished to place them, was discussed and agreed at their council meetings.  Members of the Brethren liaised with some of the councils in making these decisions.

Seven of these benches have now been supplied and fixed in a variety of locations, including beside public roads, in a park, a playing field, a children’s play area and a cemetery.  All the councils and also members of the public have expressed their appreciation of them – one town council even held an official unveiling ceremony, attended by the mayor, and a member of the Brethren.

To upload flyer for mass distribution in order to raise awareness of the Evil PBCC cult which destroys families click here; http://maz63.blogspot.co.uk/2014/04/e-brochure-for-campaign-to-raise.html?m=1


  1. These benches are usually donated, by family members, as a remembrance of their loved ones. How ironic that the family wrecking PBCC Ltd cult should consider it fit to leave these as a publicity stunt!

    I do hope local authorities grow in awareness so that they are not duped by this discredited group.


  2. A man standing nearby advised that the PBCC has agreed to donate one bench for every ex-member who had suffered detriment and harm at the hands of this cult, parading as a church. To this end, some 50,000 benches are currently being prepared for distribution world wide.

    A long time supporter of the church, a Leonardo J Octavanius, who declined to give his address for reasons of modesty has agreed to cover the cost of the freight of these benches. Leo said "I have supported the good deeds of these good people for some time and now is the time to put my money where my big mouth is".

    It is understood that the 50,000 benches currently under production will have a galvanised bar for the purpose of tying yellow ribbons across the back.

  3. Any volunteers to decorate these benches with yellow ribbons? And for maximum effect MAKE SURE you give the date and time of the ribbon tying ceremony to the local press, radio & TV stations.