Dr Rowan Williams visits Cirencester as part of a three-day tour of Gloucestershire
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Archbishop of Canterbury begins Gloucestershire visit

The Archbishop of Canterbury has arrived in Gloucestershire for a three-day tour of the county.

Dr Rowan Williams is to stand down in December to take a position at the University of Cambridge.

The first stop on his visit was Cirencester, where the BBC's Luke Hanrahan spoke to verger Peter Flaherty, and Penny Pitt, a music teacher at Powell's Primary School.