Guild of Church Musicians

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15 December 2017

Sara Aliano

Awards: from left to right: Barry Williams; the Warden of the GCM; the Rt Revd Graeme Knowles; Robert Leach; Mgr Matthew Dickens; Martin Llewellyn; Bernard Salter; and Philip Willatt

Awards: from left to right: Barry Williams; the Warden of the GCM; the Rt Revd Graeme Knowles; Robert Leach; Mgr Matthew Dickens; Martin Llewellyn; Be...

IN CHRIST the King, Salfords, the Guild Registrar, on behalf of the Archbishops of Canterbury and Westminster, presented the following on 10 November:

Long-Service Certificate: Hugh Mortimer (former long-serving organist of Christ the King, Salfords).

 

IN ST GEORGE’s Roman Catholic Cathedral, Southwark, Mgr Matthew Dickens, on behalf of the Archbishops of Canterbury and Westminster, presented the following on 25 November:

Fellowship of the Guild: the Revd Bernard Salter (former director of music in Birmingham diocese).

Licentiateship: Dr Martin Llewellyn (chorister at St John the Evangelist, Sandiway); Philip Willatt (organist).

Hon. Membership of the Guild: Robert Leach (Member of Council, adviser to organists, clergy, and churches on legal and technical issues; former General Synod member; former member of Council of the Royal School of Church Music; organist; and co-author of Everything Else An Organist Should Know); Barry Williams (Special Adviser to the RSCM on legal and contractual issues, and relationships between clergy and musicians; Legal Adviser to the Cathedral Organists’ Association; member of the Oxford Diocesan Advisory Committee; organist; and co-author of Everything Else an Organist Should Know).

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