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Dean of Chelmsford resigns because of health

THE Dean of Chelmsford, the Very Revd Peter Judd (right), announced to worshippers on Easter Day that he would be resigning because of poor health. Dean Judd, who is 64, will take early retirement in October. He joined the cathedral 15 years ago as Provost. A statement said that, during his time in Chelmsford, Dean Judd had "established new works of art, including the dramatic Tree of Life in the north transept, and four ...

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Fri 26 Dec 14 @ 14:30
RT @lambethpalaceJust to confirm the Archbishop of Canterbury @JustinWelby has pneumonia & is resting at home. Thanks for all your prayers & good wishes.

Thu 25 Dec 14 @ 19:02
The Archbishop of Canterbury was unable to deliver Christmas sermon due to a 'severe cold' but you can read it here http://t.co/qiTPxoj7Mm