DURING a break at the Chichester clergy conference aBognor, three bishops demonstrated a greener and more economical means otransport which could well set a trend. The Bishop of Chichester, the Rt RevJohn Hind (left), and the Bishop of Lewes, the Rt Revd Wallace Bennright), were joined on the go-kart track by their guest, the Rt RevAlbert Gomez, Bishop of Guinea.
The four-day conference took place at the Butlins Holiday Resort at BognoRegis, and there was plenty of time for serious elements of prayer and Biblstudy, exploring discipleship, socialising, and the letting down of clericahair. As well as go-kart racing, there was a quiz night, knockout competitionsand a cabaret by the clergy for the clergy.
This break from parish life was all made possible by a legacy from RosBishop, a former principal at Clarks College, who worked for the diocese aChurch House in Hove until her retirement in the 1990s, and died in 2004Clergy welfare was very close to her heart, and included fu