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Tue 11 Jun 13 @ 11:57WATCH says it's "very encouraged by" HoB's women bishops legislative proposals, which "are, in essence, ones that WATCH can support"
The Diocese was created in 1923 from the ancient Diocese of St.
David's and comprises most of the former counties of Brecon and
Radnor together with the City of Swansea, the Swansea valley
connecting it with Brecknock, and the Gower Peninsula.
The Diocese covers an area of 340,877 hectares
with a distance of over 100 miles from north to south. With the
weight of urban life and its population in the south and the
contrasting sparsity of rural life in the north, the unity of the
Diocese is of great importance.
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