Church appointments

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

The Rev Geoffrey Armstead, Acting Headmaster, Harriet Costello School, Basingstoke: to be Vicar, St Bartholomew Hyde, Winchester (Winchester).

The Rev Paul Atherton, Team Vicar, Walton Team Ministry (Liverpool) to be Assistant Curate, St Matthew, Westminster (London).

The Rev Marcia Frampton, Asistant Curate of Burford with Fullbrook and Taynton: to be Assistant Curate in the Witney Team Ministry (Oxford).

The Rev Christopher Horseman, Curate in the Weston super Mare Central Parishes Team Ministry: to be Team Vicar in the Yatton Moor Team Ministry (Bath and Wells).

The Rev Graham Johnson, Team Rector, Daventry and Rural Dean of Daventry (Peterborough) to be Priest in Charge of Loddington and Warden of Launde Abbey (Leicester).

The Rev Alison Leigh, Deacon, Green Street Green: to be Deacon in Charge of East Peckham and Nettlestead (Rochester).

The Rev Stafford Low, Curate, Glastonbury St John the Baptist and St Benedict, Meare, West Pennard and Godney: to be Rector of Berrow and Brean (Bath and Wells).

The Rev Timothy Russ, Director, St Marylebone Healing and Counselling Centre, London: to be Priest-in-Charge of St Dennis and Parish Development Adviser for the Diocese of Truro (Truro).

The Rev Brian Warrillow, Vicar, Tilstock and Whixall: to be Team Vicar, Hanley Team Ministry (Lichfield).

The Rev David Williams, Vicar, Horndon-on-the-Hill and Rural Dean of Thurrock: to be Priest-in-Charge of Rochford (Chelmsford).

The Rev Anthony Willis, Assistant Curate, St John the Evangelist, Ivybridge (Exeter): to be Assistant Curate, All Saints, Catherington with St James, Clanfield (Portsmouth).

RESIGNATIONS and RETIREMENTS

Canon Alfred Barton, Vicar of Benson and Honorary Canon of Christ Church (Oxford): to retire as from 30 November.

The Rev Dennis Brown, Vicar, East with West Wellow (Winchester): to retire as from Easter 1993.

The Rev Michael Burley, Assisant Curate, Scarborough St Mary with Christ Church and The Holy Apostles (York): to resign as from 30 September.

Canon Brian Cordingley, Vicar, All Saints', Hamer (Manchester): resigned 18 August.

The Rev D. Aylmer Evans, Vicar of Middlezoy, Othery and Moorlynch (Bath and Wells): to retire as from 30 April 1993.

The Ven Dr David Griffiths, Archdeacon of Berkshire (Oxford); to retire as from 31 October.

Capt David Neave, CA, Pastoral Assistant at Sutton, St Michael (York): to retire with effect from 30 September.

The Rev Derek Tilston, Rector of Tendring, Little Bentley and Beaumont-cum-Moze (Chelmsford): to retire as from 31 December.

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