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Translated to Notts . . . on a bus

by Pat Ashworth

THE next Bishop of Southwell & Nottingham is to be the Rt Revd Paul Butler, Suffragan Bishop of South­ampton, it was announced on Mon­day. He suc­ceeds the Rt Revd George Cassidy, who retires in July.

On Monday morning, the Bishop-designate arrived in Market Square, Nottingham, in a vintage bus bear­ing the legend: “Bishop on Board”. His connections with the city and county have been warmly welcomed. He was a social-work assistant there after graduating ...

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