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It was printed in London by Robert Barker, printers to King James I, who commissioned the Bible's translation at Hampton Court in 1604.Known as the Authorised Version (AV) of the Bible in English, the King James Bible was the third Bible to be translated into English and officially approved by the Church, putting together a number of translations agreed on by scholars working in Westminster, Oxford and Cambridge.The collection was put together by Gavin Rodda, who wrote: “I feel that the public in Wrexham should really see what goes on in the Bus Station and what we have to see every day.Some of these pictures are shocking but it’s the reality of every day life for the addicts that use there and the mess that they leave for the public to see.” Gavin added: “For a lot people, myself included, Wrexham Bus Station is our workplace and we feel that it is no longer safe to work in, even with the attempts that have been made to control the drug problems.
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