The Archbishop of Wales will retire in May after four years as leader of the Church in Wales, it has been announced.
The Most Rev John Davies, the 13th man to hold the position, was appointed in 2017 and has also been bishop of Swansea and Brecon since 2008.
Mr Davies, 67, will retire from his roles as archbishop and bishop on 2 May.
The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, said he valued Mr Davies’s “wisdom, passion, skill and diplomacy”.
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— BBC Wales News (@BBCWalesNews) January 8, 2021