Church appointments

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

The Rev Hugh Atherstone, Rector, Frant with Eridge and Rural Dean of Rotherfield: to be Vicar, Sutton with Seaford (Chichester).

The Rev Tony Bundock, Team Vicar, Borehamwood (St Albans): to be Team Rector, Seacroft (Ripon).

The Rev Christopher Burdon, part-time lecturer at Glasgow University and Priest-in-charge (NSM), Glasgow, Holy Cross (Glasgow and Galloway): now Lay Training Officer in the diocese of Chelmsford.

The Rev John Colston, Rector, Ainderby Steeple with Yafforth and Kirby Wiske with Maundy, and Diocesan Warden of Readers (Ripon): to be Vicar, Christ Church, Harrogate, same diocese.

The Rev Paul Faint, Vicar, Hanley Castle (Worcester): to be Vicar, Holy Trinity Church, Northwood (London).

The Rev Brian Godsell, Priest-in-charge, St John the Evangelist, Brandon: to be Vicar, St John the Evangelist, Brandon (Durham).

The Rev Henry Kirk, Deputy Headmaster, Dulwich College Preparatory School: to be Curate, Linslade (Oxford).

The Rev Kenneth Letts, Chaplain, St Michael's School, Victoria, Australia (Melbourne): to be Chaplain, Holy Trinity, Nice, France (Europe).

The Rev Andrew Marsden, Assistant Curate, St John, Newport, Isle of Wight: to be Assistant Curate, St Wilfrid, Cowplain (Portsmouth).

The Rev James Perryman, Curate, Becontree St Mary, Dagenham (Chelmsford): to be Chaplain in Lyons, France (Europe).

The Rev Edward Simmonds, NSM, St Mary with St Cross and St Peter, Oxford (Oxford): to be Chaplain, St Edward's Lugano, Switzerland (Europe).

OTHER APPOINTMENTS

Capt Simon Cake, CA: now Chaplain's Assistant, Poole General Hospital (Salisbury).

Mrs Bridget Fudger: to be Children's Officer for the diocese of Sheffield.

Capt Frank McGregor, CA, Parish Evangelist, Saints Philip and James, Bath (Bath and Wells): now Leader and Trainer in Evangelism, Bucknall and Bagnall Team Ministry (Lichfield).

Capt Richard Moore, CA, General Assistant, Diocesan Youth Centre, Derbyshire: now Lay Worker, St Cuthbert, Castle Vale (Birmingham).

Capt James Wilson, CA, formerly in the diocese of Chichester: to be Church Based Community Worker in the parish of Illingworth (Wakefield).

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