Church appointments

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

The Rev Keith Boxall, Team Vicar, Lydiards Team Ministry: to be Vicar, St James, Mangotsfield (Bristol).

Canon Brian Cordingly: to be an Honorary Canon Emeritus of Manchester Cathedral (Manchester).

The Rev Paul Denby, Diocesan Director of Ordinands: to be also an Honorary Canon of Manchester Cathedral (Manchester).

The Rev Christopher Dent, Vicar, Hollingbourne and Hucking with Leeds and Broomfield (Canterbury): to be Vicar, Bedford, St Andrew (St Albans).

The Rev Robert Giles, formerly USPG Area Representative: to be Rector, Broughton with Loddington and Cransley and Thorpe Malsor (Peterborough).

The Rev David Harrex, Curate, St Michael and All Angels, Bedminster: to be Incumbent, Pilning and Compton Greenfield (Bristol).

The Rev Norman Jones, Vicar, Christ Church, Kowloon (Hong Kong): to be Team Rector, St Mary the Virgin, Eccles Team Ministry (Manchester).

The Rev Tom McAlister, permission to officiate Horsham Episcopal Area: to be Priest-in-charge, Lynchmere (Chichester).

Professor David McClean, Deputy Chancellor of the diocese of Sheffield: to be Chancellor of the diocese of Sheffield.

The Rev Ralph Mallinson, Vicar, Goodshaw and Crawshawbooth, and Area Dean of Rossendale: to be also an Honorary Canon of Manchester Cathedral (Manchester).

The Rev Marcus Maxwell, Vicar, St John the Baptist, Bircle: to be Priest-in-charge, St John the Baptist, Heaton Mersey (Manchester).

The Rev Stanley Montgomery: to be Priest-in-charge, Hitcham with Little Finborough, Preston St Mary and Kettlebaston (St Edmundsbury and Ipswich).

The Rev David Pearson-Miles, Army Chaplain: to be Priest-in-charge, Barcombe (Chichester).

The Rev Edward Pruen, Vicar, Winklebury: to be Chaplain, Lord Mayor Treloar College, Alton (Winchester).

The Rev Max Ramsay, formerly Vicar, Haslington with Crewe Green: to be Priest-in-charge, Dunham Massey St Margaret and Dunham Massey St Mark (Chester).

The Rev William Rankin, Priest-in-charge, The Claydons (Oxford): to be Rector, Stour Valley group of Parishes (St Edmundsbury and Ipswich).

Canon Roger Sharpe, Rector, Warminster St Denys, Upton Scudamore and Horningsham and Rural Dean of Heytesbury: to be also Priest-in-charge, Corsley with Chapmanslade (Salisbury).

The Rev John Smith, Honorary Curate, Millom (Carlisle): to be Honorary Curate, St Mary, Balham (Southwark).

The Rev Michael Stone, non-stipendiary Minister, Westerfield and Tuddenham with Witnesham: to be Christian Stewardship Adviser (St Edmundsbury and Ipswich).

The Rev Peter Vannozzi, Curate-in-charge, Saints Philip and James, Fleet (Guildford): to be Vicar, St Edmund the King, Northwood Hills (London).

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