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A PLAQUE commemorating Agatha Christie is to be installed on an old church tower in Clifton.

The 110 foot high tower of Emmanuel Church is still a significant landmark although the church itself was demolished long ago.

Agatha Miller, 24, from Torquay, who went on to become writer of 70 crime novels, married Archibald Christie there on Christmas Eve 1914. The plaque has been donated by Clifton and Hotwells Improvement Society (CHIS).