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”The vintage vehicle peregrinations of the Bishop of the South East” – Bishops’ Appeal

Diocesan News

Added on 10/09/2012

Vintage PosterThe Rt Revd Michael Burrows, Church of Ireland Bishop of Cashel & Ossory will be travelling his United Dioceses once again to raise funds for the ‘Educate for Life’ project in Rwanda (CMSIreland) and Swaziland (USPGIreland) during September and October.

Previously he has travelled by rail and on another occasion visited each church, all 149 of them, to play the organ.

This year he hopes to meet each of his parishes in a designated location, some not merely in a church surround but maybe in a town square or focal point, surrounded by whatever vintage traction and vehicles that can be mustered.

In some case he may even be brought to the location by vintage traction.

Please study the attached poster, flyer and timetable information and note the date and time for each union/group of parishes.

Please check in your area with the local Church of Ireland clergyperson as to the exact location and design of the day.

Cashel & Ossory

For further information, please contact the Diocesan Secretary, Mrs Denise Hughes:

Tel: +353 56 7761910
Email: office@cashel.anglican.org
Website: www.cashel.anglican.org