Maya Gibson, Bishop Paul, Stephanie Callaghan, Sarah Berryman get a lesson in medieval woodturning
 Maya Gibson, Bishop Paul, Stephanie Callaghan, Sarah Berryman get a lesson in medieval woodturning

Maya Gibson, Bishop Paul, Stephanie Callaghan, Sarah Berryman get a lesson in medieval woodturning

More than 200 young people descended from across the Diocese of Durham on Auckland Castle in Bishop Auckland for a fun event.

The event was organised by Saint John’s Church in Shildon and the Wear Valley Christian Centre in Bishop Auckland, both in the Anglican Diocese of Durham

Attractions included arts and crafts, games, a talent show and the chance to ask questions of The Bishop of Durham, the Right Revd Paul Butler.

The evening was hosted free of charge by the Castle and St John’s Vicar The Revd David Tomlinson said: “The event was designed to help the young people appreciate that Auckland Castle is part of their heritage while also allowing them to have fun at the same time. They had a great time.”

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