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He summed up his spirituality in a contemporary classic on prayer, Yes to Prayer (1975, awarded the Collins Religious Book prize).
After his retirement to Gosforth he won more admirers with his Staircase for Silence (1977, showing his love for Charles Peguy), his Night Sky of the Lord (1980, the churches' need to heed the Jewish experience) and Scaffolding for the Spirit (1987, insights into St John's Gospel).
Witnesses spoke of their terror as Bird drove through Whitehaven with the shotgun hanging out of the window of his taxi.
Police said that, after leaving the town, the gunman travelled south along the coast, shooting people in Gosforth, Seascale and Egremont before turning inland and ending up in Boot. Rod Davies, landlord of Gosforth Hall Inn, said the close-knit Cumbrian communities were shaken by the tragedies.
I don't think we can make the laws any tighter." Even last night, given the wide geographical area covered by the killer, police could not be sure that the final death toll was known and urged anyone who had been unable to get in touch with a friend or relative to contact them.
The catalyst for the slaughter remains unclear but there were suggestions yesterday that one factor was a family row over arrangements for Bird's mother's will.
A new car park will open at Carlisle’s Cumberland Infirmary within the next few weeks.
Work is already underway on the temporary car park, which will create an additional 100 spaces.
His mother, more radical than his father, used to put up a Home Rule for Ireland poster in their window but removed it before father returned from work.
The streets were filling up with families enjoying half-term, and Whitehaven was bright with the promise of summer. Within a few hours, 12 people lay dead, and this quiet Georgian port had joined the ranks of Dunblane, Hungerford and Omagh as geographic shorthand for mass murder.
In the three-and-a-half hours from 10.35am, local taxi driver Derrick Bird, 52, was to unleash one of the most ferocious and perplexing killing sprees in modern domestic criminal history.
"There's a lot of very strong feeling of absolute shock.
There's a lot of fear - a lot of people are expecting to hear names of people they know," he said.