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Don't miss a thing by getting the latest from the Manchester Evening News sent direct to your inbox. A family court judge has told how she was left in fear of her safety after she was harassed by an embittered surrogate mother who lost a legal battle to keep her child. Judge Sarah Singleton QC was confronted on the doorstep of her south Manchester home by Lian Harris who had appeared before her at a family court just several months earlier. During the encounter Harris, 41, smiled and tried to pass a handwritten note but the year old judge swiftly shut her front door in a state of panic and subsequently called police. It emerged Harris, from Lancaster, had travelled more than 60 miles with a mystery man to track down the Oxford educated judge. She also posted a sarcastic rallying call on Facebook suggesting she and friends turn out to 'support' Judge Singleton during a sponsored walk - urging followers to 'bring an egg or 2'.
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THE depth of feeling in a parish that wished to emphasise the names on a war memorial by re-lettering them in gold leaf overruled the disapproval of the Diocesan Advisory Committee for the Care of Churches DAC of gilded lettering on the basis of aesthetic evaluation, the Consistory Court of the diocese of Sheffield decided. The war memorial, with the names of the fallen in the First World War engraved on it, was dedicated in May The costs of its construction and design were raised from public donations by an organising committee, which consisted of representatives of local bodies including other Christian denominations, the local council, and the British Legion.
By Jim Norton for the Daily Mail. A judge feared for her life after being harassed by an embittered surrogate mother who lost a legal battle to keep her child, a court heard. The judge slammed the door in panic as the mother, who had travelled more than 60 miles after tracking her down, tried to pass her a hand-written note. Harris had agreed to be a surrogate mother for a couple — but changed her mind and decided to keep the baby in June last year, the court heard. The following January, Judge Singleton presided over the case in a family court and ruled that the child remain with its adoptive parents.