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Newsletter 4

Introducing David Witham--our new Circuit Treasurer


David Witham - Circuit Treasurer - Cropped

I have been worshipping at Northgate, Warwick since late 1987 having moved to the town on getting married that August.

Being a recently retired Chartered Accountant was probably a significant factor in being asked to take on the job of Treasurer for the new circuit. Over the years I have had quite a bit of exposure to church and charity accounting, so I won't be allowed to put down my abacus quite yet.

In my spare time I like walking and fiddling with cars. Of the 9 circuit walks so far, I have done 6 which may put me in the lead!

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