Church Appointments

The Right Rev John Davies, Suffragan Bishop of Shrewsbury (Lichfield): to retire as from 30 April 1994.

The Right Rev Godfrey Ashby, Assistant Bishop of Leicester and Priest-in-charge, Newtown Linford: to be also an Honorary Canon of Leicester Cathedral (Leicester).

The Rev Nina Brown, formerly Assistant Chaplain at the Royal Hospital School, Holbrook: to be Deanery Deacon in the Samford Deanery (St Edmundsbury and Ipswich).

The Rev John Craig, Precentor of Leicester Cathedral: to be also an Honorary Canon of Leicester Cathedral (Leicester).

The Rev Robert Featherstone, Vicar, Belvedere St Augustine (Rochester): to be Vicar, Withyham St John (Chichester).

The Ven Frederick Hazell, recently retired as Archdeacon of Croydon: to be Bishop's Adviser in Pastoral Care and Counselling for Clergy and Families (Bath and Wells).

The Rev Francis Hewitt, Vicar, Lastingham with Appleton-le-Moors, Rosedale and Cropton and Rural Dean of Helmsley: to be Vicar, Pickering (York).

The Rev Eric Horner, Assistant Curate, Holy Cross, Boultham, Lincoln: to be Priest-in-charge, Kirton in Holland with Frampton and Kirton Sheldyke (Lincoln).

The Rev Kevin Mepham, Curate, Hollington St Leonard: to be Vicar, Horam (Chichester).

The Rev David Pearson-Miles, Priest-in-charge, Barcombe: to be Rector, Barcombe (Chichester).

The Rev Lambert Poodhum, Chaplain, Colwood, Larchwood, Haywards Heath Princess Royal St Francis and Hurstwood Park Hospitals: to be also a Canon of Chichester Cathedral and Prebend of Wisborough (Chichester).

Canon Jean Semeonoff, Bishop's Adviser for Women's Ministry (Leicester): to be Assistant Curate (NSM), St Anne, Leicester (Leicester).

The Rev Richard Tebbs, Team Vicar, Bridport Team Ministry (Salisbury): to be Rector, Yelverton, Meavy, Sheepstor and Walkhampton (Exeter).

The Rev Simon Weedon, Assistant Curate, Great Chesham Team Ministry: to be Assistant Curate, Haversham with Little Linford, Tyringham with Filgrave and Evangelism Enabler in Milton Keynes (Oxford).

The Rev Peter Wilson, Assistant Curate, Newton Aycliffe (Durham): to be Assistant Curate, St Paul, Tottenham (London).

The Rev Dr Frederick Young, Vicar, Morton with Hacconby (Lincoln): to be Director of the College of Preachers.

RESIGNATIONS and RETIREMENTS

The Rev Peter Carmichael, Rector, Earnely with East Wittering (Chichester): to retire as from 24 April.

Canon George Crate, Vicar, Mountsorrel Christ Church and St Peter and Honorary Canon of Leicester Cathedral (Leicester): to retire as from 30 April.

The Rev Stephen Fry, Assistant Curate, Kentish Town (London): resigned as from 30 November.

The Rev Claude Guilloteau, Assistant Curate, All Saints, Ecclesall (Sheffield): to retire as from 30 April 1993.

The Rev Christopher Scott, Vicar, Christ Church, Hampstead (London): resigned as from 30 November.

The Rev Geoffrey Thomas, Rector, Middleton Cheney with Chacombe (Peterborough): to retire as from 31 December.

The Rev Stephen Warnes, Vicar, Blean: to resign as Warden of the Canterbury Diocesan Association of Readers as from 31 March.

Canon William Wells, Vicar, Middlesbrough, St Thomas (York): to retire as from 31 May.

OTHER APPOINTMENTS

Mr Colin Udall, Diocesan Youth and Community worker (Coventry): to be Diocesan Adviser for Social Responsibility (St Edmundsbury and Ipswich).

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