Church appointments

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

The Rev Susan Bailey: to be part-time non-stipendiary Minister, Needham Market with Badley (St Edmundsbury and Ipswich).

The Rev John Barrie, Senior Chaplain, London District and Chaplain to the Household Division, Ministry of Defence Army Chaplaincy Services: to be Priest-in-charge, Holy Trinity, Hereford (Hereford).

Canon Colin Brennen, Honorary Canon of Durham Cathedral: to be Honorary Canon Emeritus of Durham Cathedral (Durham).

The Rev Stuart Dobson, Curate, St James and St John, Friern Barnet (London): to be Vicar, North Sutton Team Ministry (Exeter).

The Rev Simon Everett, Curate, Wroughton (Bristol): to be Team Vicar, Wexcombe Team Ministry (Salisbury).

The Rev Alan Hargrave, Assistant Curate, Holy Trinity, Cambridge: to be Assistant Curate, Fen Ditton, in charge of Holy Cross (Ely).

The Rev Stephen Hoyle, Assistant Curate, St Lawrence, Little Stanmore: to be Assistant Curate, St Peter, London Docks (London).

The Rev Malcolm Jones, Army Chaplain, Minley: to be Team Vicar, Cleethorpes Team Ministry (Lincoln).

The Rev Trevor Jones, Rector, South Wye Team Ministry (Hereford): to be also a Prebandary of Hereford Cathedral.

The Rev Paul Kirby, Vicar, St Oswald, Bidston (Chester): to be Vicar, St Peter and St Paul, Ormskirk (Liverpool).

The Rev Simon Long, Rector, Six Saints circa Holt: to be also Rural Dean of Gartree I (Leicester).

The Rev Lindsay McKenna, Curate, St Mary's, Wantage (Oxford): to be Vicar, Illingworth St Mary the Virgin (Wakefield).

The Rev Ivor Nicklin, Priest-in-charge, Kings Walden with Offley and Lilley (St Albans): to be Vicar, Basford St Mark (Lichfield).

The Rev Simon Parke, Assistant Curate, All Souls, Langham Place: to be Vicar, St George and All Saints, Tufnell Park (London).

The Rev George Parrott, Vicar, Messingham and East Butterwick (Lincoln): to be Minister in the diocese of Manicaland, Zimbabwe.

The Rev Robert Parsons, Rector, Etwall and Egginton; to be a Residentiary Canon of Derby Cathedral (Derby).

The Rev David Pine, Priest-in-charge, Hazelbury Bryan with Stoke Wake and Fifehead Neville and Mappowder and Ibberton, Wolland and Belchalwell (Salisbury): to be Vicar, Steep and Froxfield with Privett (Portsmouth).

The Rev David Post, Vicar, Thornthwaite cum Braithwaite and Newlands (Carlisle): to be Rector, Wheldrake with Thorganby (York).

The Rev Neil Reed, Curate, Sunderland Springwell St Mary near Thorney Close, St Peter: to be Team Vicar in the East Darlington Team Ministry (Durham).

The Rev Mark Rogers, Curate, Dudley, St Augustine: to be Curate,

Worcester, St Barnabas and Tolladine, Christ Church (Worcester).

The Rev Robert Rollett, Vicar, Thorney Abbey: to be Priest-in-charge, Ramsey, St Thomas a Becket, Ramsey St Mary and Upwood St Peter (Ely).

The Rev Neil Russell, Vicar, Frampton: to be Priest-in-charge, All Saints with St John, Stamford (Lincoln).

Prebendary Anthony Sadler, Priest-in-charge, Uttoxeter: to be also Priest-in-charge, Leigh (Lichfield).

The Right Rev Peter Selby, William Leech Professorial Fellow in Applied Christian Theology at Durham University: to be also an Honorary Assistant Bishop in the diocese of Durham.

The Rev Brian Shillingford, Vicar, North Creedy Team Ministry: to be Rector, North Creedy Team Ministry (Exeter).

The Rev Michael Smith, Assistant Curate, Wallasey St Hilary (chester): to be Curate-in-charge, Howden Team Ministry (York).

Canon Martin Wallace, Vicar, Forest Gate, St Mark: to be Priest-in-charge, Bradwell-on-Sea, St Thomas and St Lawrence, and Industrial Chaplain for Maldon and Dengie (Chelmsford).

Canon John Warwick, Vicar Bourne: to be also Rural Dean of Aveland and Ness with Stamford (Lincoln).

The Rev Philip Williams, Curate, St Peter with St Owen and St James, Hereford: to be Vicar, Peterchurch with Vowchurch, Tunastone and Dorstone (Hereford).

RETIREMENTS and RESIGNATIONS

The Rev Ronald Amist Vicar, Corby Glen Irnham with Swayfield and Swinstead (Lincoln): to retire as from 31 May.

Canon Andrew Babington, Rector, Blandford Forum and Langton Long (Salisbury): to retire as from 30 September.

The Rev John Charters, Rector, Beeford with Frodingham and Foston (York): to retire as from 30 April.

The Rev Frances Hancock, Team Minister, Ross Team ministry, Ross-on-Wye (Hereford); to resign after Easter.

The Rev Stuart Parker, Vicar, Holbeach Marsh w Holbeach Hurn and Holbeach Bank (Lincoln): to retire as from 31 May.

The Rev Roy Rimmer, Vicar, All Saints, Newmarket (St Edmundsbury and Ipswich): to retire for health reasons as from 30 April.

The Rev Donald Thorpe, Team Rector, Melton Great Framland (Leicester): to retire for health reasons after Easter.

The Rev John Trinder, Vicar, Kirton in Holland (Lincoln): to retire as from 30 April.

The Rev Malcolm Turtle, Rector, Stoke Lacy and Moreton Jeffries; Much Cowarne; Ocle Pychard; Ullingswick; and Diocesan Church Schools Officer (Hereford): to retire as from 31 August.

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