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Thanks for TAP

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02 June 2010

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From the Bishop of Norwich

Sir, — I was immensely pleased to learn (News, 21 May) that this year’s Church Times Train-A-Priest (TAP) Fund appeal has succeeded in raising a total of £89,598 for the support of ordinands. This is a tremendous achievement.

As your readers will know, the grants made from the TAP Fund play a vital part in the funding of ordinands during their training. All the money raised — every single penny — is used to provide support direct to ordinands, to meet essential maintenance costs and to provide emergency help in the event of unforeseen financial difficulties during training.

I would like once more to express my heartfelt thanks to your readers for their most generous support of this important fund.

GRAHAM JAMES
Chairman, Ministry Division Church House
Great Smith Street
London SW1P 3AZ

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