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After graduating from the University of Manchester and then Cambridge University with a degree in history, he went into teaching before he joined the cathedral as a Lay Vicar Choral in June, 1977, aged 23.
For the past two years Robin served as the Lay Vicar for Christ Episcopal Church in South Barre.
Wayne Phelps argues that the dedicatee of Middleton's The Witch cannot be the Thomas Holmes who was lay vicar of Winchester in 1631 and gentleman of the Chapel Royal in 1633; instead Phelps argues for a Thomas Holmes who was a London lawyer.