Clowns launch appeal for new memorabilia gallery to replace home of 34 years

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Pandromini the clown, alias David Drummond, at the annual Grimaldi memorial service yesterday at Holy Trinity Church in Dalston, east London, which is to be converted to a community centre. Clowns International launched an appeal at the service to raise funds for a new home for its gallery of valuable artefacts and memorabilia, which has been displayed at the 'clowns' church' for the past 34 years. Items on display include pictures, props, costumes and 15ft screens showing the history of clowning Photograph: Kayte Brimacombe

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