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Richenda Milton-Daws

Role: Hon Editor "The Reader"
Richenda was licensed as a Reader in the Bristol Diocese in 2011, and serves in a rural benefice of six village churches. Her professional background is in textbook and healthcare publishing, and she works now as a freelance editor and project manager.

Richenda’s interests include education, healthcare, interfaith dialogue and the use of creative arts in worship. She is a director of ArtServe, an ecumenical organisation which supports and encourages the use of creative arts in worship, and edits ArtServe magazine three times a year.

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