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23 August 2013

THE Very Revd John Hay, Dean of Raphoe Cathedral, and Rector of Raphoe with Raymochy and Clonleigh, in Derry & Raphoe diocese, since 2003, will retire on 30 September. He had previously held appointments in Clogher diocese.

THE Ven. Scott Harte, Archdeacon of Raphoe since 2003, Rector of Dunfanaghy, Raymunterdoney and Tullaghbegley since 2008, both in the Derry & Raphoe diocese, and Prebendary of St Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin, since 2007, retired on 6 August. He had held appointments in Derry & Raphoe since 1976.

The Ven. David Sutch, Archdeacon of Gibraltar since 2008, and Chaplain of St Andrew's, Costa del Sol East, since 2007, both in the diocese in Europe, will retire on 2 November. Before his present posts, he had held appointments in Bristol diocese since 1989.

DE POMERAI. The Revd Dr David de Pomerai, NSM of Walton-on-Trent with Croxall, Rosliston with Linton and Castle Gresley, to be Assistant Curate (Associate Priest) in Repton deanery (Derby).

DEVADASON. The Revd Jacob Devadason, Team Vicar in the Wythenshawe Team, to be Priest-in-Charge of Christ Church, Broad Green, Croydon, and Croy­don Area Interfaith Adviser (South­wark).

FAIR. The Revd Dorothy Fair, OLM of Swinton, to be also Assistant Curate in the Worsley Team Ministry (Manchester).

GASKELL. The Revd Barrie Gas­kell, Chaplain of Royal Bolton Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, and Assistant Curate of St Peter with St Philip, Bolton-le-Moors, to be also Chaplain of Greater Man­chester West Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust (Man­chester).

HARLING. The Revd Timothy Harling, Chaplain of HM Prison Peterborough (Peterborough), to be Chaplain of Queens' College, Cambridge (Ely).

HENNING. The Revd Judy Henning, Priest-in-Charge of Rain­ham (Rochester), now Vicar.

HEWITT. The Revd Chich Hewitt, Priest-in-Charge of the Holy Rood, Swinton, to be Vicar, and Assistant Curate in the Worsley Team Mini­stry (Manchester).

HOWARD. The Revd Andrew Howard, Anglican Chaplain of the University of Teesside, and Assis­tant Curate (Associate Priest) of St Columba with St Paul, Middles­brough, and of St John the Evan­gelist, Middlesbrough (York), to be Vicar of St Wilfrid's, Cantley (Shef­field).

LAW. The Revd Jeremy Law, Chaplain of Central Manchester University Hospitals NHS Foun­dation Trust, to be also Chaplain of Greater Manchester West Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust (Manchester).

McCLEAN. The Revd Derek McClean, Assistant Curate of Dray­ton and of Taverham, to be Rector of Hethersett with Canteloff with Little Melton and Great Melton (Norwich).

MARSHALL. The Revd Margaret Marshall, Priest-in-Charge of the Riversmeet Benefice (St Albans), to be Rector.

PRZESLAWSKI. The Revd Maria Przeslawski, NS Assistant Curate of Wilne and Draycott with Breaston (Derby), to be NS Associate Priest.

READ. The Revd Geoffrey Read, Chaplain of St Nicholas's, Basle, Switzerland (Europe), to be Col­chester Area Continuing Mini­sterial Education Adviser of the (Chelm­sford).

ROBINSON. The Revd Paul Robinson, Assistant Curate (Asso­ciate Priest) in the Medlock Head Team Ministry (Manchester), to be also Regimental Chaplain of 75 Engineer Regiment.

TAYLOR. The Revd Christopher Taylor, Assistant Curate of the Holy Spirit, St Andrew and St Nicholas, Leicester, to be Chaplain of the University of Loughborough (Lei­cester).

TURNER. The Revd Geoffrey Turner, Team Rector in the Wors­ley Team Ministry, to be also Assistant Curate of Holy Rood, Swinton (Manchester).

WALTERS. The Revd Jennifer Walters, NSM of St Christopher's, Thornhill, Southampton, to be NS Assistant Curate of St Mary Extra, Southampton, and of Woolston (Winchester).


ACHESON. The Revd Denise Acheson, Rector of Dunmurry (Connor), to be Dean's Vicar of St Anne's Cathedral, Belfast (Down & Dromore and Connor).

ARDIS. The Revd John Ardis, Church of Ireland Chaplain  of Uni­­­versity College, Cork, to be Rec­­­tor of Abbeystrewry with Creagh, Tullagh Castlehaven and Caheragh (Cork, Cloyne & Ross).

CAIRNS. The Revd Elizabeth Cairns, Vicar of St Columba's, Porta­­down, to be Rector of Mull­avilly (Armagh).

EVANS. The Revd Stanley Evans, formerly Auxiliary Minister of St Laserian's Cathedral, Leighlin, with Grange Sylvae, Shankill, Clona­goose and Gowran (Cashel, Water­ford, Lismore, Ossory, Ferns & Leighlin), to be Priest-in-Charge of Omey with Ballynakill, Errislannan and Roundstone (Tuam, Killala & Achonry).

JONES. The Revd Sheila Jones, Rector of Kinneigh with Bally­money, Kilmeen, Desertserges, Kill­owen and Murragh, to be also Dean of Mid-West Cork (Cork, Cloyne & Ross).

KILPATRICK, The Revd Alan Kilpatrick, Associate Rector of St Luke's, Diep River, Cape Town (Cape Town, Southern Africa), to be Rector of Knocknamuckley (Down & Dromore).

LONG, The Revd Dr William Long, Rector of Carnteel and Crilly (Armagh), to be Rector of Convoy with Monellan and Donaghmore (Derry & Raphoe).

ROBINSON. The Revd Lesley Robinson, Priest-in-Charge of Roscrea with Kyle, Bourney and Corbally (Limerick, Ardfert, Agha­doe, Killaloe, Kilfenora, Clonfert, Kilmacduagh & Emly), to be Rector of Clontarf, Dublin (Dublin & Glendalough).

WILLS. The Revd Andrea Wills, Assistant Curate of Kilmoremoy with Castleconnor, Kilglass, Eas­key, and Straid, to be also Priest-in-Charge of Straid (Tuam, Killala & Achonry).

WORLEY.  The Revd Jacob Wor­ley, Interim Rector of the Parishes of North Peace (Cale­donia, Can­ada), to be Rector of Kilmoremoy with Castleconnor, Kilglass, Easkey, and Straid (Tuam, Killala & Achonry). 

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