From one Digby to another

PUBLISHED: 12:12 09 October 2009 | UPDATED: 16:09 11 May 2010

I would like my best wishes passed on to Roland Digby. We are not related - as far as I know - but I had similar issues when we lived in the East End and moved, partly, to resolve them. What is such a pity here is that the legal machinations had to be so

I would like my best wishes passed on to Roland Digby.

We are not related - as far as I know - but I had similar issues when we lived in the East End and moved, partly, to resolve them. What is such a pity here is that the legal machinations had to be so long drawn out to arrive at the right outcome.

Now that the case has been dropped, I hope that restitution to Roland will be forthcoming with equal due diligence.

Dr John Digby

Ruskin Close

Haverhill


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