Saturday 08 May 2021
THE Dean of Sydney, the Very Revd Kanishka Raffel, has been elected Archbishop of Sydney, following the retirement of Dr Glenn Davies in March
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THE flower industry is worth more than £6.7 billion a year to the global economy, and yet the majority of workers on flower farms are being paid at levels below the poverty line, the Fairtrade Foundation has said
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Bordon is one of the fastest growing towns in the South East. Following the departure of the Army, 4,350 homes are being built as part of a massive development which will include 100,000sqm of new commercial, retail and leisure floor space.
The Bishop of Birmingham wishes to appoint a
Priest in Charge (House for Duty)
St Agatha, Sparkbrook with St Barnabas, Balsall Heath
A servant-hearted, collaborative, charismatic evangelical missional leader, rooted in their relationship with the living God, is sought for this parish (population 17,000, ASA 200 including children) on the northern edge of the city of Peterborough:
Stoneleigh and Ashow, two delightful villages in a beautiful area of Warwickshire.
Worcester Cathedral seeks the appointment of two Assistant Lay Clerks (tenor and bass) from September 2021. The appointed candidates will sing with Worcester Cathedral Choir at weekends and major festivals, with additional opportunities for concerts, recordings, tours and performances at the Three Choirs Festival.
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EVEN as I reluctantly cast my vote for Labour in the last General Election, a large part of me was expecting that Boris Johnson would win
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