Revd Keith Hugo will be joining us for three months starting in mid March and will be taking our services in March, April, May and early June. He has sent us the following brief biographical note.
“I’m looking forward to coming and spending three months with you next year.
I grew up in the north of England and, after university and theological college, was ordained there fifty years ago. I then gradually moved south and west, serving in parishes both rural and urban, until I came to a stop on the south coast. My final seventeen years in full-time ministry were in the Dorset coastal town of Weymouth. I managed to fit in some work with the media in the early days of local radio and as Salisbury’s first diocesan communications officer.
In retirement I live in Poole, also a Dorset coastal town. During a year-long interregnum in the local parish I was asked to lead the clergy team. I have done locums for the Church of Ireland at Cork Cathedral and also for a number of chaplaincies in the diocese in Europe.”
Please do plan to come and meet Revd Keith – and do also look at his smiling photo in our “visiting chaplains” page.