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The 78th Bishop of Bath & Wells, the Rt Revd Peter Price, is retiring from his position as head of the diocese.
A special farewell service is being held at Wells Cathedral this afternoon.
The bishop, who is now 69, has served in the role for nearly 11 years.
– The Archdeacon of Bath, the Venerable Andy Piggott
Bishop Peter has been a great leader of the staff team and personally a great encouragement to me.
I‘m especially grateful for his energy and his ideas and for his commitment to the cause of Christ.
– The Archdeacon of Taunton, the Venerable John Reed
Bishop Peter has maintained an unerring determination to keep in front of us the message of Jesus Christ in which lies the timeless call to reconciliation, justice and peace between all people and with their Creator, God.
– The Archdeacon of Wells, the Venerable Nicola Sullivan
Bishop Peter has energetically led this diocese by his passionate commitment to make the Christian gospel relevant and adventurous in our times.
His gifts as a brilliant teacher and communicator have been widely appreciated.
We have shared many experiences together, some sad, some joyful, but all memorable he has been a true companion in the gospel #farewellpeter
My memory of Bishop Peter Price is his lovely smile.. thank you for being a part of my world #farewellpeter.. x
More messages of luck and memories here.
– The Rt Revd Peter Price
I have had the privilege of servingthis diocese as its bishop for nearly 11 years.
It has been among the mostspecial periods of my life and I thank you for all that you have been and donein support of that ministry. I have met some wonderful people and shared manyfond memories. However, all good things must come to an end.
A special service to say goodbye to the 78th Bishop of Bath and Wells takes place today. The Rt Revd Peter Price, is to retire from his position as head of the diocese. The service at Wells Cathedral, starts at 2pm, with a party on the Green afterwards
The Bishop, who is now 69, has served in the role for nearly 11 years. During his tenure, he spent many years serving in the House of Lords where he took particular interest in international aid and foreign affairs.
He is now due to take up a new role with Conciliation Resources, an international charity working for reconciliation in areas of war and conflict.
Alistair Stewart is joined by Chris Skidmore, Conservative MP for Kingswood, Ben Bradshaw Labour MP for Exeter, Tessa Munt, Liberal Democrat MP for Wells to discuss issues in our region.
The A371 in Wells is closed both ways due to an accident involving two vehicles. It happened between the B3139 and the A39 Strawberry Way roundabout. Police are at the scene.
The swans of Wells Cathedral are internationally famous; they ring the bell when they want feeding.
One day soon, that bell maybe heard more often, because seven cygnets have been spotted in the Bishop's Palace grounds.
The palace has even set up a special "Swan Cam" to keep tabs on them.
Seven cygnets have been hatched to the residents of the Bishop's Palace moat in Wells. It is hoped that they will one day carry on the tradition of ringing a bell in the palace for food but for now here they are in all their fluffy wonder.
The video is taken from a special "Swan Cam" set up by the Bishop's Palace. You can keep up to date with the new arrivals here.
A brood of cygnets have been born at the Bishop's Palace in Wells.
Swans have been kept at the palace since the nineteenth century and are taught to ring a gatehouse bell for their food.
The father of a man with mental health problems who died while in custody has criticised the way police dealt with his son on the night he died. Tony Herbert wasn't told of his son's death until hours later.
The coroner at James Herbert's inquest said he's writing to the chief constable to raise a number of concerns. The police told us today, their cells are not the place such patients should be held.