Tim Schofield

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Timothy Schofield (born 1954) is an English priest of the Church of England . He was precentor of Chichester Cathedral in West Sussex from 2006 to 2020. [1] [2] [3] [4]

Educated at Durham University [5] and Christ's College, Cambridge, Schofield taught music at Exeter School before his ordination. Before his 2006 appointment to Chichester Cathedral, he ministered in the Exeter and St Albans dioceses. [1]

In 2020, he received a Civic Award from Chichester City Council. [6]

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