Diocesan Award 2019

On Saturday 19th October at Plymouth Cathedral, Bishop Mark welcomed a number of parishioners together with their friends and families for the annual Diocesan Awards Ceremony. These parishioners have been involved in a whole host of initiatives and parish activities and the Diocesan Award hopes to shine a light on their amazing work.   

This year they were awarded to:

• St Mary’s Barnstaple – Julia Nott

• St John the Baptist & The Assumption, Camborne – Monica Biscoe

• St Joseph’s & St Walburga, Poole – John Gregory, Edgar Riches

• Our Lady and St Neot, Liskeard – Richard Patt, Lesley Morgan

• St Boniface, Okehampton & Holy Family, Chagford – Norma Hynes, Mr & Mrs Teo

• St James & St Boniface, Tiverton – Bridget Tosh, Teresa Cummings

• Our Lady Star of the Sea, Brixham – Patricia Thomas

• St John the Baptist, Dartmouth – Sheila Cripps, Dorothy Sheppard

Congratulations to all who received awards and thank you for their service to the church and Diocese.

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