Mexborough & Swinton Times – Saturday 17 December 1921
The Rev. W. G. Beloe left Conisboro’ on Thursday for Driffield, where he has accepted a post as citrate at the Parish Church there. He has laboured very acceptably during the short time he has been with us in Conisboro’, and his quiet earnest work has been much appreciated.
I believe our hilly roads are mainly responsible for his departure, for his health is not robust , and to those unaccustomed to them, the hills in and about Conisboro’ are ‘somewhat trying.
Everyone will wish him success in his new sphere of work, and a speedy restoration to complete health.
I believe that, so far, the Vicar has not met with a suitable successor to Mr. Beloe, though during the Christmas vacation, Mr. G. W. Clarkson, who is studying at Knutsford, will, I understand, take up the work at the Clifton Mission Church.