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In pictures: Bishops consecrated

Image shows the Achbishops at the rear of the procession outside the main door of Llandaff Cathedral

Archbishops and other clergy were at a service to consecrate two new bishops at Llandaff Cathedral in Cardiff.

Image shows a standard bearer leading the assembled into the Cathedral

Rev Canon Gregory Cameron became the 76th Bishop of St Asaph, in Denbighshire and Rev Canon David Wilbourne was consecrated as Assistant Bishop of Llandaff.

Image shows three members of the clergy in white robes progressing down the steps of the Cathedral

A procession, which included serving and retired bishops from Wales and other provinces of the Anglican Church, made its way to the cathedral ahead of the public service.

Image shows the Archbishops processing towards the camera and the door of Llandaff Cathedral.

Spectators lined the streets to watch the procession, which included the Archbishop of Wales, Dr Barry Morgan and the Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Rowan Williams.

Image shows two members of the clergy walking in the parade

Church registrars, chancellors and representatives from other Christian denominations were also at the service.

Image shows some of those taking part in the procession.

The procession led the bishops-designate into the cathedral in the April sunshine.

Image shows more members of the clergy making their way into Llandaff Cathedral

Dr Williams gave an address during the service, which was held on Saturday afternoon.



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