Tuesday 17 December 1996
The following appointments have been announced by the Church of England:
The Rev David Ainge, Vicar, Leyton, St Mary with St Edward and St Luke, and Rural Dean of Waltham Forest (Chelmsford): to be also a Non-Residentiary Canon of Chelmsford Cathedral.
The Rev David Cawley, Vicar, St Mary de Castro, Leicester, Chaplain of Trinity Hospital, Leicester and the Sovereign's Preacher at the Newarke: to be also Minister with special pastoral responsibility for St Nicholas Church, and Honorary Team Vicar within the Holy Spirit Team Ministry, Leicester (Leicester)
The Rev Charles Lawrence, formerly Vicar, Saddleworth (Manchester): to be Vicar, Effingham with Little Bookham (Guildford).
The Rev David Newman, Vicar, Ockbrook and Borrowash (Derby): to be Team Rector, Loughborough Emmanuel and Nanpantan St Mary (Leicester).
The Rev Clive Potter, Assistant Curate, Christ Church, Epsom: to be Team Vicar, Westborough (Guildford).
The Rev Geoffrey Read, Team Vicar, Westborough: to be Team Rector, Westborough, (Guildford).
Prebendary Jeanne Summers, Priest-in-charge, St Mary, Marden with Amberley, and Wisteston: to be also Priest-in-charge, St Andrew, Moreton-on-Lugg, and continue as Rural Dean of Hereford Rural Deanery (Hereford).
The Rev John Theobald, Chaplain of HM Prison, Armley: to be Vicar, Leeds St Cyprian, Harehills (Ripon).
The Rev Nicholas Varnon, Curate, Pontypridd (Llandaff): to be Priest- in-charge, St Nicholas, Sutton St Nicholas; St Michael, Sutton St Michael; St Peter, Withington; St Bartholomew, Westhide (Hereford).
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