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churchwarden

1. Church of England Episcopal Church one of two assistants of a parish priest who administer the secular affairs of the church
2. a long-stemmed tobacco pipe made of clay
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Below, church warden Allan Sharpe's car was crushed by a reversing lorry in November
church warden Kate Brown pictured in 2013 when the church's windows were |smashed twice in a month and special mesh was added to protect them.
He was a hard working councillor, a St Mary's Church warden and a community centre treasurer.
The church warden said: "I think Emma wanted the villagers to be aware of the funeral and to take the opportunity to thank them for their support."
And he pleaded guilty at Warwick Crown Court to three charges of fraud in abuse of a position of trust as church warden at St Thomas's Church in Longford, Coventry.
Tony Clarke, Church warden. Grahame Berry, Church warden.
Ms Dunkley, who was in her late 60s, was a teacher, Girl Guide leader and church warden who was well-known across Marston Green.
Church warden Chris Wilson said: "It's not straightforward to know what the best thing is to do.
| Raising the roof to celebrate Ensus providing the cash to repair the roof of Lazenby |Village Hall are, from the left, Doreen Brighton (church warden), Harold Pegg (village hall committee) Dorothy McKenna (church warden) Barbara Ord (village hall caretaker) Dave Nicholson (Ensus Plant manager) Rob Knowles (Ensus Plant engineer) Jenni Evans (village hall committee), Peter Kay (Ensus Site manager) and Julia Hamilton (village hall committee)
OLD NEWS: Church Warden Guy Snaith reads the ECHO found in the time capsule
A CHURCH warden said thieves who targeted coping stones almost two-centuries-old have left a Newcastle congregation 'fed up'.