Priestly voices are involved about Shielders

Priestly voices are involved about Shielders

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People who provide protection during the epidemic may be overlooked if the restrictions are lifted, he said

The Reverend Laurence Powell with his son Theo

The Reverend Laurence Powell with his son Theo

The shielding of people during the coronavirus epidemic could be overlooked as the restrictions are gradually lifted and the rest of the world returns to normal, a priest has warned.

The Reverend Laurence Powell, the Vicar of King Charles the Martyr Tunbridge Wells and the responsible priest of St. Marks Tunbridge Wells, and his wife Caroline are currently protecting their four-year-old son Theo, who has cystic fibrosis. As a result, Mr. Powell cannot go to his two churches and relies on his two NSMs to perform many of his duties.

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