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Birthday Miles: Benjie Ingram-Moore, the grandson of Captain Tom Moore, looks at more than 120,000 cards sent out Monday from around the world yesterday to celebrate Captain Moore's 100th birthday. The cards were opened and displayed in the Great Hall at Bedford School, where 16-year-old Benjie is a student. Captain Moore, who served in World War II, raised more than £ 29 million for the NHS by running laps in his bedfordshire garden. The Queen has been reported to send him a personalized telegram, and the Department of Defense has announced that if the weather permits, a route of the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight, which includes six Spitfires, will take place in his honor. This week he had first place with Michael Ball for his single "You will never go alone". The Archbishop of Canterbury tweeted yesterday: “Happy 100th birthday @captaintommoore you are an example and an inspiration to all of us. God bless you and your family. I hope you have a wonderful day! "You can find more picture stories from Great Britain in the gallery
Birthday miles: Benjie Ingram-Moore, the grandson of Captain Tom Moore, looks at more than 120,000 cards made up of …
New Bishops of Horsham and Lewes announced
In the Chichester diocese, TWO vacancies are to be filled, was announced on Wednesday. The next Suffragan Bishop of Horsham is Rev. Ruth Bushyager, Vicar of St. Paul in Dorking since 2014, and Dean of Dorking in the Guildford Diocese. She will succeed Rt Revd Mark Sowerby, who stepped down in September. After training at Wycliffe Hall in Oxford, Ms. Bushyager was ordained a priest in 2006 and served in the Southwell & Nottingham and Oxford Dioceses before becoming a missionary in the Kensington region of London in 2010. Prebendary William Hazlewood will be the next suffragan bishop from Lewes to Rt Revd Richard Jackson after his translation to Hereford (News, September 6, 2019). Prebendary Hazlewood has been Vicar of Dartmouth and Dittisham in the Exeter Diocese since 2011 and Guardian of the Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham. He was ordained a priest in 2002 and served before his current appointment in Bristol and Iver Heath on the outskirts of Slough. The Bishop of Chichester, Dr. Martin Warner said: “The announcement (s). . . This is a joyful promise of hope and confidence in the Church's mission that goes beyond the painful constraints that the coronavirus pandemic demands from us. "
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