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Photo: Bishop on campus

THE first Bishop of Huddersfield, Dr Jonathan Gibbs, has opted to have his office on the campus of Huddersfield University. "This is an institution at the heart of the town," he said; "so it was appropriate that I should come here, as opposed to another location."

Dr Gibbs, who took up his appointment in November, believes that many of the 24,000 students may find it useful to have a bishop on site. But, he said, his office was "on the edge of the campus, "so other people in ...

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