Mr Scott’s birthday happened to fall on the church’s celebration of Epiphany and he was presented with gifts from ‘three kings’; aka the curate, a retired priest and a churchwarden.
The presents included a special book from the congregation containing their good wishes and thanks for his ministry.
He was given a star-covered cake which he and the congregation enjoyed with prosecco after the service.
The congregation of St Michael’s wished Mr Scott many happy returns.
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Mr Scott became Vicar of Alnwick in 2012, Area Dean of the Alnwick Deanery in 2015 and an Honorary Canon of Newcastle Cathedral in 2016.