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Wednesday, 25 April 2018


Source: Twitter @BishopJuno

Bishop of Llandaff takes her mission to a pie shop.


  1. Oooooooooo, goody goody, another Caption competition, well done Ancient Briton.

    Mrs Morteo - "Oh you poor thing Bishop, you've lost weight! Didn't they feed you at that awful barn in Devon last week? Let me buy you a pie!"

    1. Juno:-
      "I really shouldn't but go on then, just the one large Clarksies please. I find my food tastes so much nicer when someone else is paying don't you know".

    2. Unholy Orders in Clark's!

  2. "Since you have Food Allergies and Intolerance for sale; and since I have now joined the Welsh episcopate, can I have a bag of intolerance please? I can use it on all those who don't see things my way."

  3. Sergeant Wilson25 April 2018 at 12:56

    This is not a caption, but I couldn't help wondering why June chose Grangetown to evangelise among pies? Not a good channelling of her time and energy, I suggest. As everyone knows, the most pies per square mile are produced in Leicestershire. Stick to kebabs and welshcakes next time.

  4. Ooooh - Clotted cream teas and Tiddie Oggies last week. Pork Pies this week. I find this business of masquerading as a Welsh bishop all consuming. Such fun ! Jam and Porkie Pies.

  5. "Warning: This may contain nuts." Hmmm Sounds familiar

  6. I hear there's a nice property for sale with lots of redevelopment potential on Cathedral Road.

    Juno could open up her own Pie shop.

  7. What? No Chips!26 April 2018 at 10:36

    Good displacement activity if you can get it. Being away from the desk at a pie shop in Grangetown and a rural idyl in Devon means 'Juneo' (to use her twitter handle) is thus prevented from giving her wholehearted attention to The Review of her Cathedral.