Bryanston School Chaplain to join Salisbury Cathedral’s College of Canons
We were delighted to hear that Bryanston’s School Chaplain, Reverend Andrew Haviland, is one of four new Canons that will be joining Salisbury Cathedral’s College of Canons in May this year.
Established in 2001 as the successor to the ‘Great Chapter’, the College of Canons meets twice a year and its role is to provide feedback to the Cathedral on its activities and to inform the policy decisions of Chapter, its governing body. The College also provides an opportunity for the Cathedral to further its role in the wider diocesan and civic life within the counties of Wiltshire and Dorset.
Canons are allocated their own stall in the Quire of the Cathedral and Revd Haviland will be installed as a Non-Residentiary Canon into Fordington and Writhlington, while continuing his role at Bryanston as Chaplain and Head of Philosophy and RS.
Revd Haviland and the other new Canons will be welcomed during Evensong at Salisbury Cathedral on Thursday 7 May and we would like to take this opportunity to congratulate him wholeheartedly.