Hampshire Police are appealing for witnesses after silverware was taken from an elderly lady's home in Bordon.
Thieves took a number of items from the property on Churt Road, Headley Down on July 12th.
The items included a solid silver inkwell and a silver teapot with a distinct inscription from the congregation of St Pauls.
“I would also like to speak to anyone who may have been offered the stolen items for sale. The items were of sentimental value to the owner and we are keen to hear from anyone who may be able to help us reunite the victim with her property.”
A special quarter peel of bells was rung at St Mary Magdalen Church in Cobham near Gravesend , one of the first celebrations of the jubilee weekend. It's something which has marked royal celebrations in the village since the sixteen hundreds.
“It is a daunting and exciting challenge to be asked to serve the people of Sussex as the next Bishop of Chichester. I look forward very much to learning more about the mission in which we shall be engaging together, though it will be a big wrench leaving the North East so soon.”
– Bishop Martin Warner, New Bishop of Chichester
These are challenging times for the Church and for its Bishops. The Dean and Chapter and all at the Cathedral look forward to welcoming Bishop Martin and assure him of our prayers and good wishes as he prepares for his new ministry in Chichester.”
– The Very Revd Nicholas Frayling, the Dean of Chichester
Downing Street has confirmed that the Right Reverend Dr Martin Warner will be appointed as the new Bishop of Chichester. 53-year-old Dr Warner, 53, succeeds The Right Reverend John Hind who retired last month.