Church appointments

The Right Rev Ian Griggs, Suffragan Bishop of Ludlow, diocese Hereford, to retire as from 31 January.

The Rev Donald Adams, Assistant Curate, Byfleet: to be Priest-in-charge, St Mary, East Molesey (Guildford).

The Rev Christine Allsopp, Assistant Curate, Caversham St Peter: to be Team Vicar, Harmanswater, Bracknell (Oxford).

The Rev Mervyn Banting, Vicar, St Cuthbert, Copnor to be also Rural Dean of Portsmouth (Portsmouth).

The Rev James Bell, formerly Rector, St Mary's, Northolt and Area Dean of Ealing: to be Bishop of Willesden's Adviser for Ministry (London).

The Rev Anthony Berry, Assistant Curate, Farnham: to be Rector, Abinger with Coldharbour (Guildford).

The Rev Peter Billingham, Vicar, Malvern Holy Trinity and St James and Rural Dean of Malvern: to be also an Honorary Canon of Worcester Cathedral (Worcester).

The Rev Richard East, Vicar, Garsdon Lea and Cleverton and Chariton: to be also Rural Dean of Malmesbury (Bristol).

The Rev Malcolm Ferrier, Vicar, St George the Martyr, Waterlooville: to be Priest-in-charge, All Saints, Godshill with St Alban, Ventnor, Isle of Wight (Portsmouth).

The Rev Malcolm Fenwick, Vicar, Riding Mill, Corbridge: to be also Rural Dean of Corbridge (Newcastle).

The Rev John Fowles, Vicar, Horsell, and Rural Dean of Woking: to be also an Honorary Canon of Guildford Cathedral (Guildford).

The Rev Peter Garland, Assistant Curate, Crookham: to be Vicar, St Paul, Tongham (Guildford).

The Rev Michael Hardy, Rector, Arnesby with Shearsby and Bruntingthorpe: to be Team Vicar, Ratby cum Groby (Leicester).

The Rev Peter Hancock, Vicar, St Wilfrid, Cowplain: to be also Rural Dean of Havant (Portsmouth).

The Rev Charles Hill, Vicar, Portsea St George (Portsmouth): to be Priest-in-charge, St Michael and All Angels, Bodenham; St Mary, Hope-under-Dinmore; St Michael the Archangel, Felton; Holy Trinity, Preston Wynne (Hereford).

The Rev Paul Holland, formerly of the community of the Resurrection, and latterly holding a short-term post as Assistant Chaplain at Musgrove Park, Taunton (Bath and Wells): to be Assistant Chaplain at St Helier Hospital, Carshalton (Southwark).

The Rev Evelyn Hughes, Deacon-in-charge, Badshott Lea, and Bishop's Adviser on Women's Ministry, diocese Guildford: to be also an Honorary Canon of Guildford Cathedral (Guildford).

The Rev Ian Jagger, Ecumenical Team Leader, Stantonbury Ecumenical parish, and Team Vicar, Stantonbury and Willen Team Ministry (Oxford): to be Team Rector, Holy Trinity with St Columba, Fareham Team Ministry (Portsmouth).

The Rev Ruth Jagger, Deacon (NSM), Stantonbury and Willen Team Ministry (Oxford): to be Deacon (NSM), Holy Trinity with St Columba, Foreham Team Ministry (Portsmouth).

The Rev Stephen Jones, Minor Canon, Succentor and Dean's Vicar, St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle: to be Assistant Curate, Howden Team Ministry, with special responsibility for Wressle and Barmby (York).

The Rev Anthony Leighton, Team Vicar, Ratby cum Groby: to be Team Rector, Ratby cum Groby (Leicester).

The Rev Stephen Miller, Curate, Dudley, St Francis: to be Vicar, Sedgley, St Mary the Virgin (Worcester).

The Rev Ian Rutherford, Community of Mission Priests, Redruth (Truro): to be Vicar, St Michael and All Angels, Paulsgrove (Portsmouth).

The Rev Xavier Soosainayagam, Curate, St Leonard, Streatham: to be Assistant Curate, St James, Merton (Southwark).

The Rev Frank Smith, incumbent, St Peter's, Henleaze: to be also Rural Dean of Clifton (Bristol).

The Rev Paul Tongue, Vicar, Amblecote: to be also an Honorary Canon of Worcester Cathedral (Worcester).

The Rev Mavis Wilson, Guildford Diocesan Adviser for Mission and Evangelism: to be also an Honorary Canon of Guildford Cathedral.

The Rev David Winnington-Ingrarn, Curate, Bishop's Cleeve (Gloucester): to be Vicar, Colyton Team Ministry (Exeter).

RESIGNATIONS and RETIREMENTS

The Rev Anthony Clements, Priest-in-charge (NSM), West Lynn (Ely): to resign as from 21 November.

Canon Raymond Harris, Vicar, St Barnabas, Swindon (Bristol): to retire as from 30 April.

The Rev Maurice King, Vicar, St Philip and St James, New Bentley, Doncaster (Sheffield): to retire as from 15 January 1994.

The Rev John Wilcox, Priest-in-charge, Middlesbrough, St Cuthbert, and Urban Ministry Development Officer for the Middlesbrough deanery (York): to retire as from 30 November.

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