Gwyn Richards piece to camera on Crow Croft lane in Feckenham. He recounts the tale of the 1861 death of Phoebe Lee, known as the Queen of the Gypsies. She is buried in the local churchyard and her grave has fallen into decline. Gwyn interviews 90-year-old Martha Shakels who recounts a story about how her father witnessed the funeral. She is now hoping to track down Phoebe Lee's family with a view to restoring the neglected grave. We see views of the churchyard and grave.
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