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lt;B Llyndy scholar number four James Evans is presented with the shepherd's crook by Owain Jones, with Trystan Edwards and Arwel Jones
AN Army chaplain who went to war armed with nothing but his shepherd's crook has been awarded a top military honour.
Every track's got a hookline as large as a shepherd's crook.
Then we will get the shepherd's crook and drag him out of the team and rest him.
The Men spoke for several minutes, embraced and exchanged gifts of a Shepherd's crook and the medal of the Pontificate.
And for the younger members of the audience, there will also be a special performance by Lichfield-based Shepherd's Crook Puppet Theatre.
Holding a shepherd's crook, kilted Charles started a tug-of-war contest, won by the Castle of Mey team.
As he walked into the cathedral after having been handed the shepherd's crook from the cathedral's dean, Robert Willis, the new Archbishop of Canterbury kept his right hand on the clasp of his gold silk cope.
The design includes imagery of the hills, the larger-than-life sheep (about 5 feet tall from hoof to back), a shepherd's crook, sculptured branches of live oaks, and even a symbolic curl for the fog that occasionally brushes the hills.
Assistant Bishop of Newcastle, the Right Reverend Frank White, presented her with the historic ceremonial crozier, a staff shaped like a shepherd's crook to represent her role in caring for her people.
She received a shepherd's crook, carved by Aberystwyth stick maker Hywel Evans, from FUW president Emyr Jones.