Church appointments

The Right Rev John Satterthwaite, Bishop of Gibraltar in Europe, to retire as from 30 September.

The Rev Brian Benison, Vicar, Denton: to be Vicar, St Mary, Blyth (Newcastle).

The Rev Michael Bennett, Incumbent, Alveley and Quatt (Hereford): to be Assistant Chaplain, YC Centre, Glen Parva (Leicester).

The Rev David Bliss, Assistant Curate, Christ Church, Burntwood, and part-time Chaplain, St Matthew's Hospital, Burntwood (Lichfield): to be Rector, Todwick, St Peter and St Paul (Sheffield).

Canon Chad Coussmaker, Chaplain, St Boniface, Antwerp, Belgium: to be Chaplain, St Andrew's, Moscow, Russia.

The Rev William Craft, Assistant Curate, Werrington (Paterborough): to be Priest-in- charge, Conventional District of St Leonard, Norfolk Park (Sheffield).

Canon John Davies, Team Rector, Malvern Link with Cowleigh: to be Vicar, Bromsgrove, St John (Worcester).

The Rev Richard Dormandy, Curate, Holy Trinity, Sydenham: to be Vicar, Holy Trinity, Sydenham (Southwark).

The Rev Frank Hackett, Industrial Chaplain to the Port of London and Priest-in-charge, North Ockenden: to be also a non-residentiary Canon of Chelmsford Cathedral (Chelmsford).

The Rev Jeffrey Hayward, Chaplain to Chelmsford Prison, and Rural Dean of Chelmsford: to be also a non-residentiary Canon of Chelmsford Cathedral (Chelmsford).

The Rev Richard Hems, Rector, Framingham Earl, Poringland with Howe, and an Honorary Canon of Norwich Cathedral: also already appointed Priest-in-charge, Bixley (Norwich).

The Rev Timothy Herbert: to be Priest-in- charge, Thanington and Diocesan Director of Ordinands (Canterbury).

The Rev Kenneth E. Jones, Rector All Hallows, Harthill, and Vicar, St Peter's, Thorpe Salvin: to be Vicar, Holy Trinity, Millhouses (Sheffield).

The Rev Roy Kilford, Rector, Mersham with Hinxhill, and Priest-in-charge, Sevington: to be Vicar, Reculver and Herne Bay St Bartholomew (Canterbury).

The Rev James Lawrence, Curate, Barr Hill Local Ecumenical Project (Ely): to be an evangelist with the Church Pastoral Aid Society.

The Rev Dr Paul Moore, Assistant Curate, St Andrew's, Oxford (Oxford): to be Vicar, St Andrew, Kildwick (Bradford).

The Rev Dr David Parker, Tutor at the Queen's College, Birmimgham: to be lecturer in New Testament, Birmingham University (Birmingham).

The Rev Peter Sills, Vicar, Holy Trinity, Barnes: to be Vicar, St Mark, Woodcote, Purley (Southwark).

The Rev Sheila Watson, a Selection Secretary, Advisory Board of Ministry, Church House, Westminster; to be Senior Selection Secretary, Advisory Board of Ministry, Church House Westminster.

The Rev Philip Wood, Vicar, St Luke, Walthamstow and Rural Dean of Waltham Forest: to be also a non-residentiary Canon of Chelmsford cathedral (Chelmsford).

RESIGNATIONS and RETIREMENTS

Canon William Barnard, Rector, Hinton Martel (Salisbury): to retire as from 30 November.

The Rev Leslie Green, Vicar, Nether with Upper Poppleton (York): to retire on health grounds as from 31 March.

Canon Trevor Howard, Rector, Belchamp Otten and Belchamp Walter with Bulmer (Chelmsford): to retire as from 31 March, when he will be appointed a Canon Emeritus of Chelmsford Cathedral.

Canon Raymond Knell, Vicar, Hewarth, Gatehead (Durham): to resign as from 11 April.

The Rev William Lucas, Rector, Broseley with Benthall, and Priest-in-charge, Jackfield; Linley; Willey and Barrow (Hereford): to retire as from 27 June.

Canon Austin Masters, Canon Residentiary of Hereford Cathedral, Bishop's Coordinator for Ministry, and a Prebendary of Hereford Cathedral (Hereford): to retire as from 30 June 1993.

Canon Thomas New, Vicar, All Saints, Banstead (Guildford): to retire as from 31 July.

Canon Charles Manchester, Rector, Newdigate (Guildford): to retire as from 5 September.

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