Church appointments

Prebendary John Saxbee, Director of Training in the diocese of Exeter, Joint Director of the South West Minstry Training Course and Prebendary of Exeter Cathedral (Exeter): to be Archdeacon of Ludlow (Hereford), succeeding The Ven John Lewis, and also Prebendary of Hereford Cathedral and Priest-in-Charge of Wistanstow Holy Trinity with Cwm Head St Michael and St Margaret, Acton Scott.

The Rev Philip Dobson (Sheffield): to be Assistant Curate at Cove (Guildford).

The Rev David Evans, Assistant Curate St Mary, Somers Town: to be Priest-in-Charge, Holy Innocents, Hornsey (London).

The Rev Stuart Evanson, Team Vicar, Holy Trinity, Oldham; to be Vicar, St James, Ashton-under-Lyne (Manchester).

The Rev Lawrence Featham, Team Vicar, Holy Trinity, Oldham: to be Vicar, St James, Ashton-under-Lyne (Manchester).

The Rev James Gardom, Curate, Witney Team Ministry (Oxford): to USPG in Zimbabwe.

The Rev Jeremy Gilpin, Assistant Curate, South St Jude (Portsmouth): to be Rector, Itchingfield with Slinfold (Chichester).

The Rev Rodney Hacking, Assistant Director of Southern Dioceses Ministerial Training Scheme: to be Vicar, Holy Trinity, Bolton-le-Sands (Blackburn).

The Rev Ian Harper, Team Vicar, St Paul, Thamesmead: to be Team Rector, North Lambeth Team Ministry (Southwark).

The Rev Thomas Harper, Team Vicar, Bellingham and Corsenside, in the North Tyne and Redesdale Team Ministry: to be Team Rector, North Tyne and Redesdale Team Ministry (Newcastle).

The Rev Robert Harris, Vicar, St John the Evangelist, Clevedon (Bath and Wells): to be Vicar, Felpham with Middleton (Chichester).

The Rev Clare Le Vay, Parish Deacon, St James and St John, Hackney (London): to be Chaplain's Assistant at the Greenwich District/Brook General Hospitals (Southwark).

The Rev Rosalind MacRae, Chaplain to St Austell Hospital and Mount Edgcumbe Hospice: to be Chaplain to the Royal Cornwall Hospitals, Treliske, City and St Clement's (Truro).

The Rev Diane Powell, non-stipendiary Assistant Curate, St Merryn: to be Minister-in-charge, Gerrans with St Anthony-in-Roseland (Truro).

The Rev Anthony Miller, Rector, Wrockwardine Wood: to be also Officiating Chaplain to HM Forces, Donnington (Lichfield).

The Rev Geoffrey Miller, Urban Development Adviser, diocese Durham; to be also Town Centre Community Chaplain, Stockton, same diocese.

The Rev Christopher Newell, Assistant Chaplain, The Royal London Hospital, Whitechapel (London): to be Rector, St Agnes, Birch in Rusholme (Manchester).

The Rev Terry Pinner, Diocesan Director of Ordinands (Winchester): to be also Priest-in-charge, old Alresford and Bighton, and Chaplain to old Alresford Place, same diocese.

The Rev Charles Razzall, Team Vicar and part- time UPA Officer, St Andrew, Oldham: to be Team Vicar, Holy Trinity, Oldham and also Area Dean of Oldham (Manchester).

The Rev James Read, Curate, Holy Trinity with St Alban and St Paul, Smethwick (Birmingham): to be Team Vicar, St Philips, Atherton Team (Manchester).

The Rev Michael Robinson, Vicar, St Stephen, Astley: to be Rector, St Paul, Blackley (Manchester).

The Rev James Stewart, Assistant Curate at Cove: to be Team Vicar at Cove (Guildford).

The Rev Andrew Thomson, Rector of St Paul's, Marlborough, Diocese of Harare, Zimbabwe: to be Priest-in-Charge of North and South Creake with Waterden: east, North and West Barsham and Sculthorpe (Norwich).

The Rev Anne Thomas, Parish Deacon, The Lydiards, Swindon (Bristol): to be Assistant Curate with responsibility for Woodgate Valley Local Ecumenical Project, St Michael, Bartley Green (Birmingham).

The Rev Peter Vargeson, Curate, Yateley: to be Vicar, Yateley (Winchester).

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