Landlord of The Masons Arms in Gargrave loses licence for Covid breaches including hosting a gathering for 30 people. But a notice in one such village amenity in Calderdale has prompted controversy, after one anonymous resident protested against the donations of 'pornographic literature'. In the unsigned notice put up in the box in Cornholme, near Todmorden, the resident objected to donations of what they described as "filth", while requesting that erotica fans should meanwhile consider uprooting to another nearby town. The notice reads: "Whoever is placing the copys [sic] of pornographic literature in here, stop! Cornholme is a God fearing Christian village.
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A small village became the unlikely centre of attention after a resident apparently took offence at erotic fiction in its mini-library. An angry message railing against "pornographic" titles was stuck to the book-swap box in Cornholme, West Yorkshire. It urged people to take their filth to nearby Hebden Bridge, describing the liberal mill town as a "cesspit". A photo of the sign, which defended the "good, God-fearing" folk of Cornholme, was widely shared on Twitter and liked more than 13, times. Liz Thorpe, 57, decorated the book box with a stencilled butterfly and flowers design after it was installed about six weeks ago.