Church appointments

Canon Michael Doe, Canon Residentiary of Portsmouth Cathedral, diocese Portsmouth, to be Suffragan Bishop of Swindon (formerly Malmesbury), diocese

Bristol.

The Rev Geoffrey Annas, Team Vicar, St Christopher's, Walworth, and Warden of Pembroke Mission (Southwark): to be Vicar, Thornhill

(Winchester).

The Rev John Ball, Resident Minister, Drayton Bassett (Lichfield): to be Chaplain, St Mark's, Grenoble, France (Europe).

The Rev Richard Carlill, Rector, Langtoft with Foxholes, Butterwick, Cottam and Thwing: to be Vicar, Great and Little Driffield (York).

The Rev James Cope, Vicar, St David's, Fleetwood (Blackburn): to be Priest-in-charge, St Thomas, Somercotes (Derby).

The Rev John Cowburn, Curate, St Mary, Andover with Foxcott: to be Curate in charge of St George, Stourvale, Christchurch (Winchester).

The Rev Richard Davison, Vicar, Christ Church, Bishopwearmouth, Sunderland, and acting Rural Dean of Wearmouth: to be Vicar, Christ Church, Bishopwearmouth, Sunderland, and Rural Dean of Wearmouth (Durham).

The Rev Hazel Ditchburn, Industrial Chaplain in Gateshead, Team Vicar, Gateshead Team Ministry, and Rural Dean of Gateshead: to be also an Honorary Canon of Durham Cathedral (Durham).

The Rev Martin Down, Priest-in-charge, Ashill and Saham Toney: to be Incumbent, Ashill and Saham Toney (Norwich).

The Rev Vivienne Faull, Chaplain of Gloucester Cathedral (Gloucester): to be Canon Pastor to the Community of Coventry Cathedral (Coventry), succeeding Canon Gerald Hughes, who retires in July.

The Rev Brian Faulkner, Priest-in-charge, Erpingham, Calthorpe, Ingworth, Aldborough with Thurgarton, Alby and Thwaite: to be Incumbent, Erpingham, Calthorpe, Ingworth, Aldborough with Thurgarton, Alby and Thwaite (Norwich).

The Rev David Finch, Assistant Curate, Blackbourne Team Ministry: to be Priest-in-charge, Stokeby-Nayland with Leavenheath (St Edmundsbury and Ipswich).

The Rev John Gilbert, Curate, Uppingham with Ayston and Wardley with Belton (Peterborough): to be Curate, Armley with New Wortley (Ripon).

The Rev Roy Goodhew, Curate, Maybush: to be Vicar, Hound (Winchester).

The Rev Andrew Gough, Team Vicar, Bickleigh and Shaugh Prior, Roborough Team Ministry (Exeter): to be Priest-in-charge, St Day (Truro).

The Rev Geoffrey Grant, Rector, Nacton, Rural Dean of Colneys and Chaplain of Orwell Park School: to be also an Honorary Canon of the Cathedral Church of St James, Bury St Edmunds (St Edmundsbury and Ipswich).

The Rev David Greenwood, Rector, the Appleby group (Leicester): to be Priest-in-charge, Holy Trinity and Christ Church, Chesterfield (Derby).

The Rev Jeremy Harrold, Vicar, Stowmarket and Rural Dean of Stowmarket: to be also an Honorary Canon of the Cathedral Church of St James, Bury St Edmunds (St Edmundsbury and Ipswich).

The Rev Patricia Hopkins, Curate, Barnham Broom Team Ministry and Curate, Reymerston, Cranworth with Letton and Southburgh, Whinburgh with Westfield: to be Team Vicar, Barnham Broom and Upper Yare group of parishes (Norwich).

The Rev Michael Knight, Librarian at Pusey House, Oxford (Oxford): to be Vicar, St Mary and All Saints, Chesterfield (Derby).

The Rev Gill Lurie, Deacon-in-charge, Methley with Mickletown: to be Rector, Methley with Mickletown (Ripon).

Canon Ronald Matheson, Chaplain, Fuengirola, Spain: to be Chaplain, Holy Trinity, Sliema, Malta (Europe).

The Rev Alexandra Mills, Parish Deacon, St Andrew, Earlsfield: to be Curate-in-charge, St John the Evangelist, Kingston-upon-Thames (Southwark).

The Rev Raymond Pearson, Vicar, Hornby, Vicar, Crakehall and Vicar, Patrick Brompton with Hunton, and Rural Dean of Wensley: to be Vicar, Bardsey (Ripon).

The Rev James Scantlebury, Vicar, Torpenhow (Carlisle): to be Vicar, Falmouth, All Saints (Truro).

The Rev Lionel Simpkins, Vicar, Sudbury All Saints and Rural Dean of Sudbury: to be also an Honorary Canon of the Cathedral Church of St James, Bury St Edmunds (St Edmundsbury and

Ipswich).

The Rev Martin Smith, Rector, Colkirk with Oxwick, Whissonsett, Horningtoft and Brisley: to be also Priest-in-charge, Hempton (Norwich).

The Rev Peter Stoodley, Curate, Holbeck: to be Priest-in-charge, Osmondthorpe (Ripon).

The Rev David Stranack, Vicar, Nayland: to be also an Honorary Canon of the Cathedral Church of St James, Bury St Edmunds (St Edmundsbury and

Ipswich).

The Rev Geoffrey Thrush: to be Chairman of the Durham Diocesan Advisory Committee for the Care of Churches.

The Rev Melvin Tinker, Vicar, Cheadle All Hallows and St Philip's Mission Church (Chester): to be Vicar, Hull St John, Newland (York).

The Rev Robin Thomas, Assistant Curate (NSM), Clifton All Saints with St John (Bristol): to be Honorary Priest-in-charge, Tintagel (Truro).

The Rev John Turner, Chaplain to Glasgow and Strathclyde Universities (Glasgow and Galloway): to be Chaplain, St George's, Berlin, Germany

(Europe).

The Rev David Walker, Curate, St Francis, Strood: to be Vicar, Holy Trinity, Larkfield (Rochester).

Canon Lionel Webber, Rector, St Martin of Tours, Basildon (Chelmsford): to be also a Chaplain to The Queen.

The Rev Dr Brian Woodman, Team Vicar, Bingley, All Saints (Bradford): to be Priest-in-charge (NSM), St Merryn (Truro).

RESIGNATIONS and RETIREMENTS

The Rev Joyce Bray, Assistant Curate, Derringham Bank, The Ascension and St Thomas, Hull (York): to retire as from 4 July, but to continue to work in the parish on a non-stipendiary basis.

The Rev Doreen Escolme, Curate, Venerable Bede, Wyther (Ripon): to retire as from 30 September.

The Rev Michael Fermer, Vicar, Loscoe (Derby): to retire in September.

The Rev David Gray, Rector, Orford with Sudbourne, Chillesford, Butley and Iken (St Edmundsbury and Ipswich): to retire as from 30 September.

The Rev Keith Greenslade, Vicar, St Philip, Upper Stratton (Bristol): to retire as from 6 July 1995.

Prebendary Dr Kenneth Noakes, Vicar, Torpoint (Truro): to resign as from 30 June.

The Rev Kenneth Servante, Vicar, South Darley, Elton and Winster (Derby): to retire as from the end of August.

The Rev Dr Brian Stevens, Assistant Curate, Newquay (Truro): to resign as from 31 July.

Canon Michael Walker, Vicar, Debenham with Aspall and Kenton (St Edmundsbury and lpswich): to retire as from 31 August.

OTHER APPOINTMENTS

Mrs Hester Agate: to bean Honorary Lay Canon of the Cathedral Church of St James, Bury St Edmunds (St Edmundsbury and Ipswich).

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