In 1993, Laurie moved to Essex to become the Bishop of Bradwell where he served for eighteen years before retiring to Bexhill in Sussex UK.
Within the Diocese of Chelmsford, his Episcopal Area of Bradwell covered such towns as Basildon, Tilbury Docks, Southend, Maldon, Brentwood, Chelmsford, as well as the deep rural areas of the Dengie peninsular where a stone chapel was built by St Cedd in 654AD at Bradwell. Bishop Laurie then lived quite near to the River Thames, by the Dartford Tunnel & Bridge.
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