Church appointments

The following appointments have been announced by the Church of England:

The Rev Rosemary Anderson, Bishop's Adviser for Women's Ministry, diocese Manchester: to be Priest-in-charge, St John, Roughtown, same diocese.

The Rev Roy Bradshaw, Vicar, New Waltham (Lincoln): to be Rector, Killarnarsh (Derby).

The Rev Simon Brandes, Rector, St John with St Cyprian, Longsight: to be Vicar, St Matthew, Little Lever (Manchester).

The Rev Christopher Cousins, Rector, Ormesby St Margaret with Scratby, Ormesby St Michael and Rollesby: to be also Rural Dean of Great Yarmouth (formerly Deanery of Flegg), Norwich.

The Rev William Davage, Assistant Curate, Eyres Monsell (Leicester): to be Priest Librarian of Pusey House, Oxford.

The Rev Pamela Fawcett, Honorary Curate, Trunch Team Ministry, Assistant Diocesan Director of Ordinands and Bishop's Consultant for Women's Ministry (Norwich): to be also an Honorary Canon of Norwich Cathedral.

The Rev Debbie Flach: to serve in the chaplaincy of St Peter's, Chantilly, France (Europe).

The Rev Philip Foster, Rector, St Philip with St Stephen, Salford: to be also Area Dean of Salford (Manchester).

The Rev Dr Desmond Hall, Vicar, Leadgate (Durham): to be Priest-in-charge (NSM), Cornwood (Exeter).

The Rev Brian Hartley, Curate, St Paul, Royton: to be Team Vicar, the East Farnworth and Kearsley Team Ministry (Manchester).

The Rev Patrick Kerley, Curate, Wymondham: to be Senior Assistant Priest, Great Yarmouth Team Ministry (Norwich).

The Rev Stephen Knowers, Chaplain of South Bank University, diocese Southwark: to be Vicar, St Peter, Croydon, same diocese.

The Rev Geoffrey Miller, Diocesan Urban Development Officer and Community Chaplain in Stockton- on-Tees (Durham): to be Priest-in-charge, St Cuthbert, Darlington, remaining Diocesan Urban Development Officer, same diocese.

Canon Alastair Ross, Vicar, Netherton and an Honorary Canon of Liverpool Cathedral (Liverpool): to be Vicar, Halifax (Wakefield).

The Rev David Sharples, Vicar, St Anne, Royton: to be also Area Dean of Tandle, archdeaconry of Rochdale (Manchester).

The Rev Jeanne Summers, Curate, Marden with Amberley and Wisteston and Rural Dean of Hereford: now Priest-in-charge, St Mary (Marden) with Amberley and Wisteston and continue as Rural Dean of Hereford (Hereford).

The Rev Hilary Wakeman, Team Vicar, Norwich- over-the-water Team Ministry and Proctor in Convocation, diocese Norwich: to be also an Honorary Canon of Norwich Cathedral.

The Rev John Walker, Children's Adviser, Southwark diocese Board of Education: to be Vicar, St John the the Evangelist, Walworth (Southwark).

WITHDRAWAL OF ACCEPTANCE

The appointment of the the Rev Stanley Swift, Rector, Upminster, St Laurence as also Priest-in-charge, North Ockendon, diocese Chelsmford, will not now take place.

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