Dr Jill Barber

At the recent Commemoration of the 200th Anniversary of the death of Bishop Francis Asbury held at the Black Country Living Museum, visitors were transported back to the early twentieth century to get a taste of life in the olden days.

Well Premier’s own Midland’s Correspondent. Daina Anderson was no exception to the fun and took the opportunity to speak with Dr Jill Barber, Vice President of the Methodist Conference in a twentieth century horse drawn Gospel Car.

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