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Papal visit - eviction notice for the faithful

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  • Tony Gosling
    Eviction notice issued to Donegal group in Birmingham http://oceanfm.ie/news/2010/09/01/eviction-notice-issued-to-donegal-group-in-birmingham/ A seven day
    Message 1 of 1 , Sep 1, 2010
      Eviction notice issued to Donegal group in Birmingham
      http://oceanfm.ie/news/2010/09/01/eviction-notice-issued-to-donegal-group-in-birmingham/

      A seven day eviction notice has been issued to a group who travelled
      from Donegal to Birmingham last week hoping to attend the Papal mass
      in Cofton Park.
      It emerged that the group set up camp in Birmingham in England in the
      hope of being blessed by the Pope at an open-air Mass on September 16th.
      It's believed around 16 families moved on to a beauty spot near Hall
      Green on Tuesday of last week, telling locals they were in the city
      to attend Pope Benedict XVI's mass.
      However, it was thought the group could be out of luck as they needed
      special tickets for the event but it's believed the group had no idea
      tickets were required for the service.
      In a statement issued to Ocean FM news this morning a spokesperson
      for Birmingham City Council says people traveling to Birmingham
      hoping to attend the Papal mass in Cofton park are being advised that
      the Birmingham diocese's allocation has now been used up.


      'Draconian' security for Pope's visit to Birmingham
      http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-birmingham-11053418
      22 August 2010 Last updated at 17:54 - BBC
      Security plans for the Pope's visit to the Midlands have been
      described as "draconian" by a spokesman for the Archdiocese of Birmingham.
      The Pope will use Cofton Park in the city on 19 September for the
      beatification of Cardinal John Henry Newman, who is buried nearby.
      The spokesman, Peter Jennings, said he had "never seen security like this".
      The Cabinet Office said "a very good job is being done" in Birmingham
      towards organising the event.
      Mr Jennings said: "I think the security's draconian. But I can't
      question the authorities on security.
      "They're in charge. The government is in charge of the security and
      they have to make the decisions."
      In a statement, the Cabinet Office said: "A very good job is being
      done in Birmingham towards organising the event with dozens of
      organisations involved.
      "The government is working with local authorities and the police and
      has to balance security whilst working with the church to secure a
      good experience for pilgrims."
      The Pope is visiting the UK between 16 and 19 September in what will
      be the first papal visit to the UK since that of John Paul II in 1982.





















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