Interview: A community approach to ending modern slavery

20th October 2021

An interview with volunteer, Sian Owen, who runs the Hidden Voices, a Modern Slavery Support group in Bridgwater.

Volunteers wanted for project supporting victims of modern slavery

7th August 2021

Offering telephone and face to face support to survivors, providing them with the help and advice needed to rebuild their lives

Stepping down as Lay Chair of Diocesan Synod

30th July 2021

Bishop Ruth thanks Mary Masters for her 'wisdom, knowledge, listening ear and willingness to speak for and on behalf of others', as she steps down after six years as Lay Chair

Chair of Safeguarding Panel steps down after seven years

10th June 2021

Ted Allen, the independent Chair of the Diocesan Safeguarding Advisory Panel has officially stepped down, chairing his last meeting of the diocesan Safeguarding Panel after seven years in the role.

New Chair for the Diocesan Board of Education as Tony Blackshaw steps down

8th June 2021

Tony Blackshaw, who has been Chair of the Diocesan Board of Education for the last three years, is stepping down today (8 June 2021). He will be replaced by Tracey Khodabandehloo, who recently retired from school leadership after 25 years as a head teacher in church schools.

People from across the diocese come together to say farewell to Bishop Peter

22nd May 2021

Bishop Peter's laid down his crozier in the service from Wells Cathedral.

Martin Gillmore – a life remembered

5th February 2021

Prayers have been said for Martin Gillmore, Bath and Wells Diocesan Chaplain among nomadic people, who died at the weekend.

Honoured by the Archbishop of Canterbury

5th February 2021

Charles Curnock from Bath has been honoured by the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby in this year's Lambeth Awards which are given for outstanding contribution to the Church and wider society.

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