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10 August 2012

ARCHER. The Revd Graham Archer, Vicar of Christ Church, Portswood, and Hon. Canon of Winches- ter Cathedral (Winchester), to be Director of Ministry of the Church Pastoral Aid Society.

BAINBRIDGE. The Revd Christine Bainbridge, Team Rector in the Ravensbourne Team Ministry, to be also Acting Area Dean of Deptford (Southwark).

BALLARD. The Revd Ann Ballard, NS Assistant Curate of Norton in the Moors, to be NS Associate Minister (Lichfield).

BAMBER. The Revd Sheila Bamber, Canon Residentiary of Newcastle Cathedral (Newcastle), to be Canon Provost of Sunderland Minster (Durham).

BARR-HAMILTON. The Revd, Nicholas Barr-Hamilton, Assistant Curate of Linthorpe (York), to be Vicar of Fatfield (Durham).

BATE. The Revd Dr Stephen Bate, OLM of Whitnash, to be Assis- tant Curate (Associate Vicar) of Stratford-upon-Avon, Ludding- ton and Clifford Chambers (Coventry).

BERESFORD. The Revd Patrick Larner, NSM of St John the Baptist, Weston Super Mare (Bath & Wells), now Team Vicar in the Horsham Team Ministry (Chichester).

BIDDINGTON. The Revd Wendy Biddington, OLM of Wellesbourne, to be Associate Minister of Wellesbourne and of Walton D'Eiville (Coventry).

CAMP. The Revd Michael Camp, Archbishop's Chaplain (Canterbury), and Hon. Canon of Rochester Cathedral (Rochester), to be also Hon. Assistant Curate of Stockwell (Southwark).

DUCKETT. The Revd Lee Duckett, Assistant (Associate Minister) of Christ Church, Purley (Southwark), now Vicar of Christ Church, Ore (Chichester).

FISHER-BAILEY. The Revd Carol Fisher-Bailey, Vicar of Wawne, to be Vicar of Keyingham with Ottringham, Halsham and Sunk Island (York).

GALE. The Revd Lucille Gale, Diocesan Officer for Lay Mission and Ministry (Southwark), now also Officer for Reader Training.

GOODMAN. The Revd Veronica Goodman, Assistant Curate in the Dunstable Team Ministry, to be Rector of Meppershall and Shefford (St Albans).

GRAYSMITH. The Revd Penelope Graysmith, Head of Chaplaincy Services, Mid Staffordshire NHS Foundation Trust, and Chaplain of Katharine House Hospice, Stafford, to be Family Support Team Leader of Katharine House Hospice (Lichfield).

HAMBORG. The Revd Dr Graham Hamborg, Continuing Ministerial Education Adviser, Assistant Curate of Great and of Little Baddow, and Hon. Canon of Chelmsford Cathedral, now also Ordained Ministry Development Adviser (Chelmsford).

HAYES. The Revd Michael Hayes, Chaplain of Heart of Kent Hos- pice, to be Priest-in-Charge of Burham and Wouldham (Rochester). HOWSON. The Revd Christopher Howson, Mission Priest of Bradford archdeaconry (Bradford), to be Chaplain of Sunderland University, and Assistant Curate (Associate Minister) of Sunderland Minster (Durham).

JAMES. The Revd Sheridan James, Vicar of St Catherine's, Hatcham (Southwark), now also Woolwich Episcopal Area Dean of Women's Ministry.

JONES. The Revd Rebecca Jones, Assistant Curate of Coventry Cathedral (Coventry), to be Assistant Curate (Associate Vicar) of Aston and Nechells (Birmingham).

LEVASIER. The Revd James Levasier, Assistant Curate of Ashtead, to be Vicar of Burpham (Guildford).

LEVASIER. The Revd Joanna Levasier, Assistant Curate of Ashtead, to be Assistant Curate (Associate Minister) of Burpham (Guildford).

MacDOUGALL. The Revd William MacDougall, Tutor of Trinity College, Bristol, to be Transition Minister and Priest-in-Charge of Bradley Stoke North Conventional District (Bristol).

McNAIR SCOTT. The Revd Benjamin Mcnair Scott, NSM of Christ Church, Guildford, with St Martha-on-the-Hill, to be also Chaplain of St Catherine's School, Bramley (Guildford).

MACKAY. The Revd James Mackay, Assistant Curate of Walesby (Lincoln), to be Rector of Stilton with Denton and Caldecote and Folkesworth with Moreborne and Haddon, and Priest-in-Charge of Elton with Stibbington and Water Newton (Ely).

MATTHEWS. The Revd Dr Roger Matthews, Bishop's Adviser for Mission and Ministry, now Dean of Mission and Ministry, remaining Hon. Curate of Great Baddow, and Hon. Canon of Chelmsford Cathedral (Chelmsford).

MORRIS. The Revd Anne Morris, NS Assistant Curate of All Saints', Leamington Priors, and of Holy Trinity, Leamington Spa (Coventry), to be Associate Minister.

MUGAN. The Revd Miriam Mugan, Priest-in-Charge of All Saints', Croxley Green (St Albans), to be Vicar.

MULFORD. The Revd Robert Mulford, formerly Assistant Curate of Billing (Peterborough), now Vicar of Westfield, and Priest-in-Charge of Fairlight, Guestling, and Pett (Chichester).

MULLINS. The Revd Timothy Mullins, Chaplain of Radley College, Oxfordshire (Oxford), to be Assistant Curate (Associate Vicar) of St Michael with St Philip, Chester Square (London).

SHARPE. The Revd Margaret Sharpe, OLM Assistant Curate of Bilton (Coventry), to be Associate Minister.

SHAVE. The Revd Dr Norman Shave, Vicar of St Mary's, Norton, and Priest-in-Charge of St Chad's, Stockton, now Priest-in-Charge of Stranton (Durham).

SNOOK. The Revd Hywel Snook, Priest-in-Charge of Little Drayton, to be also Parish Development Adviser and Mission Companion in the Shrewsbury Area (Lichfield).

STAMPS. The Revd Dr Dennis Stamps, Ministry Development Officer, Diocesan Director of Ministry, and Residentiary Canon of St Albans Cathedral, to be Rector of St Nicholas's, Harpenden (St Albans).

STEAD. The Revd Andrew Stead, NSM (Associate Minister) of St Albans Cathedral, and teacher of Aldenham School, Hertfordshire, to be Chaplain of Aldenham School (St Albans).

STOTE. The Revd Judith Stote, OLM of Studley, to be Associate Minister of Studley, and of Spernall, Morton Bagot and Oldberrow (Coventry).

SUMMERS. The Revd Alexander Summers, Assistant Curate of St Peter and St Paul, Chingford, to be Priest-in-Charge of St Michael's, Walthamstow (Chelmsford).

SYKES. The Revd Christine Sykes, NS Assistant Curate of Castle Church, to be NS Associate Minister (Lichfield).

THORP. The Revd Susannah Thorp, Assistant Curate of Preston-on-Tees and Longnewton, now Assistant Curate (Interim Minister) of St Aidan's, Billingham, of St Cuthbert's, Billingham, of St Luke's, Billingham, of St Mary's, Billingham, and of Grindon, Stillington and Wolviston (Durham).

UPTON. The Revd Clement Upton, formerly Vicar of St Andrew's, Wellingborough (Peterborough), to be Priest-in-Charge of St Christopher's, Costa Azahar, Spain (Europe).

WAIZENEKER. The Revd Ann Waizeneker, Assistant Curate of St Paul's, Chichester, and Westhampnett, now Priest-in-Charge of St Mary de Haura, New Shoreham, and of St Nicolas's, Old Shoreham (Chichester).

WHEELER. The Revd Sally Wheeler, Team Vicar in the Corsham and Lacock Team Ministry, to be Priest-in-Charge of Marshfield with Cold Ashton and Tormarton with West Littleton (Bristol).

WILLIAMS. The Revd David Williams, Vicar of Christ Church, Winchester, to be also Hon. Canon of Winchester Cathedral (Winches-ter).


SHAW. The Revd Jayne Shaw, NS Assistant Curate of Tonyrefail with Gilfach Goch, to be Assistant Curate of Coity, Nolton and Brackla (Llandaff).


JACK. The Revd Paul Jack, Rector of St Simon and St Philip, Belfast, and Bishop's Domestic Chaplain, to be Rector of St Thomas's, Belfast (Connor).


ROBINSON. Andrew Robinson, Diocesan Secretary and Chief Executive, to be also Lay Canon of Winchester Cathedral (Winches-ter).

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