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22 November 2013

BOWERS. The Revd Julian Bowers, Canon Emeritus of Peterborough Cathedral, to be also Diocesan Pastoral Care and Counselling Adviser, and Assistant Curate (Assistant Priest) of Brigstock with Stanion and Lowick and Sudborough (Peterborough).

BROWN. The Revd Alec Brown, Vicar of Great Budworth, and Rural Dean of Great Budworth, now also Priest-in-Charge of St Mark's, Antrobus (Chester).

BURRELL. The Revd Martin Burrell, Priest-in-Charge of Bushmead, to be Vicar, remaining Chaplain to the Gypsies, Travellers and Roma (St Albans).

CHESTER. The Revd Letitia Chester, NSM of Clifton, to be NSM of Dringhouses (York).

CRIBB. The Revd Karen Cribb, NS Assistant Curate of St Mary's, Bramall Lane, Sheffield (Sheffield), to be NS Associate Vicar.

CROWLEY. The Revd Melanie Crowley, NSM of St Michael's, St Albans, to be Team Vicar in the Hitchin Team Ministry, with special responsibility for St Faith's (St Albans).

DEW. The Revd Lindsay Dew, Priest-in-Charge of Dunton with Wrestlingworth and Eyeworth, to be Rector, remaining Rural Dean of Biggleswade (St Albans).

GAIT. The Revd David Gait, formerly Team Vicar in the East Widnes Team Ministry, Area Dean of Widnes, and Hon. Canon of Liverpool Cathedral (Liverpool), now Canon Emeritus.

GILLIES. The Revd Jennifer Gillies, Assistant Curate of Bidston, now Rector of Bromborough (Chester).

GLOVER. The Revd Elisabeth Glover, Vicar of Eastham, now also Rural Dean of Wirral South (Chester).

GREEN. The Revd Graham Green, formerly Vicar of Milton next Sittingbourne (Rochester), now Vicar of Helsby and Dunham-on-the-Hill, and Diocesan Officer for Prayer and Christian Spirituality (Chester).

HALL. The Revd Elaine Hall, Vicar of Stretton and Appleton Thorn, now Vicar of St George and St Gabriel, Stockport, remaining Hon. Canon of Chester Cathedral (Chester).

HAMBLIN. The Revd Karen Hamblin, Team Vicar in the North Wingfield Team Ministry, to be also Assistant Rural Dean of Chesterfield (Derby).

HARDY. The Revd Anthony Hardy, Canon Evangelist of Manchester Cathedral, to be Rector of St Edmund's, Whalley Range, and Moss Side (Manchester).

HAYES. The Revd Helen Hayes, NS Assistant Curate in the Bradgate Team Ministry, to be NSM Pioneer Priest among the Homeless in the West Leicester Mission Partnership (Leicester).

HAYNES. The Revd Valerie Haynes, Priest-in-Charge of Skelton with Upleatham, and of Boosbeck and Langdale (York), to be Rector of Skelton with Upleatham, and Vicar of Boosbeck and Lingdale (diocesan correction).

JONES. The Revd Michael Jones, formerly NSM in the Whittlesey Pondersbridge and Coates Team Ministry (Ely), to be Chaplain of Peterborough City Hospital (Peterborough).

JONES. The Revd Sharon Jones, Priest-in-Charge of St Andrew's, Dearnley, and Hon. Canon of Manchester Cathedral, to be also Priest-in-Charge of Wardle and Smallbridge (Manchester).

MOOKERJI. The Revd Michael Mookerji, Vicar of Winshill, to be also Assistant Curate of Hartshorne and Bretby, with particular responsibility for Bretby (Minister Responsible for Bretby) (Derby).

NANCARROW. The Revd Caroline Nancarrow, Canon of Gippsland (Gippsland, Australia), to be also Chaplain of Malcolm Arnold Academy (Peterborough).

PEDLAR. The Revd John Pedlar, formerly Vicar of St Paul's, Bedford, and Hon. Canon of St Albans Cathedral, now Canon Emeritus (St Albans).

QUICK. The Revd Roger Quick, formerly Rector of Holy Trinity, Pitlochry, of St Adamnan's, Kilmaveonaig, and of All Saints', Kinloch Rannoch (St Andrews, Dunkeld & Dunblane), now Chaplain to Homeless People in Leeds (Ripon & Leeds).

RUTTER. The Revd Dr Graham Rutter, Priest-in-Charge of Swadlincote (Derby), to be also Assistant Curate of Hartshorne and Bretby, with particular responsibility for Hartshorne (Minister Responsible for Hartshorne) (Derby).

SPICER. The Revd Nicolas Spicer, Vicar of Worksop Priory, to be also Priest-in-Charge of St Paul's, Worksop (Southwell & Nottingham).

STANIFORTH. The Revd Julian Staniforth, Assistant Curate of Herne, to be Rector of the Six (Canterbury).

TAYLOR-COOK. The Revd Andrew Taylor-Cook, Assistant Curate of Guilsborough and Hollowell and Cold Ashby and Cottesbrooke with Great Creaton and Thornby and Ravensthorpe and Spratton, to be Associate Priest, remaining Chaplain amongst Deaf People (Peterborough).

VESTERGAARD. The Revd David Vestergaard, Vicar of Wednesfield Heath, Rural Dean of Wolverhampton, and Prebendary, Lichfield Cathedral (Lichfield), now Rector of Bebington (Chester).

WALKER. The Revd Richard Walker, Priest-in-Charge of St Nicholas's, Beverley, to be Vicar, remaining Archdeaconry Training Adviser, and Assistant Diocesan Director of Ordinands (York).

WILLIAMS. The Revd Andrew Williams, Priest-in-Charge of St Andrew's, Black Lane, Radcliffe (Manchester), to be Vicar of Brinnington with Portwood (Chester).

WOODWARD. The Revd Margaret Woodward, NSM of East Bridgford and Kneeton, of Flintham, and of Car Colston with Screveton, to be seconded as NSM of Norwell with Ossington, Cromwell and Caunton, and of Sutton and Carlton (in Sutton with Carlton and Normanton upon Trent and Marnham) (Southwell & Nottingham).


FISHER. The Revd David Fisher, Vicar of Great Sutton and Rural Dean of Wirral South (Chester), now Canon Precentor of Bangor Cathedral (Bangor).


BARRETT. Jeremy Barrett to be a Member of Chapter of Portsmouth Cathedral (Portsmouth).

HUDSON. Sister Dawn Hudson CA, Trainee Evangelist of Warwick Gates Community Church (Coventry), now Pioneer Evangelist of the Church Army Centre of Mission (Sheffield).

LANG. Elizabeth Lang now Lay Chaplain of St Michael's Hospice, Basingstoke (Winchester).

RHYS EVANS. Siôn Rhys Evans to be Diocesan Secretary (Bangor).

SINGLETON. Kate Singleton to be Diocesan Safeguarding Adviser (Southwark).

WEST. Paul West, formerly Chief Constable of West Mercia Police, to be Bishop's Adviser on Penal Affairs (Worcester).


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Diocese of York (by the Archbishop in York Minster on 16 November): Nigel Benson, Catherine Drake, Margaret Duffy, Shirley Hebden, Caroline Lees, Carol Nagy, Peter Marsland, Margaret Price, Martin Sheppard.

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