Sunday 22 July 2018
A creative campaign has prompted action to tackle social problems, says Chris Baker
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PEOPLE in crisis are increasingly turning to foodbanks and voluntary agencies for help instead of support schemes run by local authorities, a new report suggests
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The C of E’s ability to hold together different points of view has much to teach politicians, says Malcolm Brown
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We are looking for a priest who is excited about bringing the Gospel to our Benefice in a way that nurtures all that is currently good and will bring new ideas to complement and extend our mission to this historic town.
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We are seeking to appoint a new principal following the departure of Revd Dr Emma Ineson to become the Bishop of Penrith in the diocese of Carlisle in Spring 2019.
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