Appointments

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25 January 2013

THE next Vice-Chancellor of Bishop Grosseteste University, Lincoln, in Lincoln diocese, will bethe Revd Professor Peter Neil, Interim Executive Dean of the Faculty of Education, Health and Social Sciences of the University of the West of Scot­land, and NSM of Holy Trinity, Ayr, in Glasgow & Galloway diocese.

 

ALLEN. The Revd Charlotte Allen, Diocesan Co-ordinator of Initial Ministerial Education, to be also Assistant Curate (Associate Priest) of St Thomas and St Edmund, Salisbury (Salisbury).

ASKEY. The Revd Matthew Askey, Assistant Curate in the Elland Team Ministry (Wakefield), to be Chaplain of Southwell Minster School (Southwell & Nottingham).

BAGOTT. The Revd Paul Bagott, Vicar of Holy Redeemer, Clerkenwell, and of St Mark's, Clerkenwell, to be Priest-in-Charge of St Cuthbert with St Matthias, Earl's Court (London), remaining Priest Vicar of Westminster Abbey (correction).

BALL. The Revd Nicholas Ball, formerly Chaplain of Birmingham Children's Hospital NHS Trust and of Birmingham Heartlands and Solihull NHS Trust, to be Chaplain of Birmingham Children's Hospital NHS Trust (Birmingham).

BATTYE. The Revd Lisa Battye, Rector of Kersal Moor, to be also Area Dean of Salford (Manchester).

BRIERLEY. The Revd Philip Brierley, OLM of St George's, Stalybridge (Manchester), to be Priest-in-Charge.

BURTON. The Revd Daniel Burton, Team Rector in the All Saints' Team Ministry, Salford, now also Hon. Canon of Manchester Cathedral (Manchester).

CARTER. The Revd Stuart Carter, Vicar St Clement's, Castle Bromwich, to be also Area Dean of Coleshill (Birmingham).

CHAUDHARY. The Revd Jaisher Chaudhary, NSM of St Michael and St Peter, Handsworth, now also NSM (Associate Minister) of Handsworth Good News Asian Church Propriety Chapel (Birmingham).

COVINGTON. The Revd Michael Covington, Canon Emeritus of Peterborough Cathedral (Peterborough), to be also Priest-in-Charge of South Framland (Leicester).

DIMERY. The Revd Richard Dimery, Priest-in-Charge of Woodside, to be also Assistant Diocesan Director of Ordinands (Ripon & Leeds).

ENSOR. The Revd Paul Ensor, Vicar of St Olave's, Mitcham, to be Vicar of St Agnes's, Kennington Park (Southwark).

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FISHER. The Revd Dr Nicholas Fisher, NS Assistant Curate of Northleach with Hampnett and Farmington, Cold Aston with Notgrove and Turkdean, and Compton Abdale with Haselton, to be half-time Priest-in-Charge of Sherborne, Windrush, the Barringtons and Aldsworth, and Diocesan NSM Officer (Gloucester).

GATENBY. The Revd Simon Gatenby, Rector of Brunswick, now also Hon. Canon of Manchester Cathedral (Manchester).

GILL. The Revd Canon Alan Gill, formerly Rector of Gillingham and Milton-on-Stour, and Hon. Canon of Salisbury Cathedral (Salisbury), to be Canon Emeritus.

HALFORD. The Revd David Halford, OLM of St Anne's, Longsight, Royton, now NS Assistant Curate of Leesfield (Manchester).

HEALY. The Revd Alison Healy, formerly NSM of Christ Church, Shooters Hill (Southwark), to be Rector of Brant Broughton and Beckingham, of Leadenham, and of Welbourn, and Priest-in-Charge of Caythorpe (Lincoln).

HONEY. The Revd Elizabeth Honey, Assistant Curate of Furze Platt (Oxford), to be Pioneer Minister of Derwent Ward of Derby (Derby).

JONES. The Revd Sharon Jones, Priest-in-Charge of Dearnley, now Hon. Canon of Manchester Cathedral (Manchester).

JONES. The Revd Stephen Jones, Rector of St James and St John, Longton (Lichfield), to be Team Rector in the Staveley and Barrow Hill Team Ministry (Derby).

KENNEDY. The Revd Penelope Kennedy, NSM of Buckland Newton, Cerne Abbas, Godmanstone and Minterne Magna, now NS Assistant Curate of Charminster and Stinsford (Salisbury).

LALL. The Revd Julia Lall, Assistant Curate of Bacton with Wyverstone, Cotton and Old Newton, and Wickham Skeith, to be Priest-in-Charge of South Hartismere (St Edmundsbury & Ipswich).

LAWLOR. The Revd Colin Lawlor, Chaplain of Brighton University, to be also Priest-in-Charge of Stanmer with Falmer (Chichester).

LINAKER. The Revd David Linaker, Priest-in-Charge of St Thomas and St Edmund, Salisbury, to be Rector, remaining Rural Dean of Salisbury (diocese of Salisbury).

LING. The Revd Jordan Ling, Assistant Curate of St Christopher's, Leicester (Leicester), to be Priest-in-Charge of St John's, Fishponds, of St Aidan with St George, Bristol, and of Two Mile Hill (Bristol).

NICHOLLS. The Revd Mark Nicholls, Rector of St Mary with All Saints, Rotherhithe, now also Area Dean of Bermondsey (Southwark).

ORRIDGE. The Revd Harriet Orridge, Assistant Curate of the Ironstone Villages Family of Churches (Leicester), to be Priest-in-Charge of the Saxonwell Group (Lincoln).

PARTRIDGE. The Revd Josephine Partridge, Team Vicar in the Good Shepherd Team Ministry, Ashton-under-Lyne, to be Priest-in-Charge of St John's, Cheetham, and of Lower Crumpsall with Cheetham (Manchester).

PEARSON. The Revd Henry Pearson, formerly Rector of Queen Thorne, Chaplain of East Wiltshire Health Care NHS Trust, Priest-in-Charge of Gifle Valley, and Hon. Canon of Salisbury Cathedral (Salisbury), to be Canon Emeritus.

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POWELL. The Revd Patricia Powell, NSM (Associate Priest) of Tidworth, Ludgershall, and Faberstown, to be NSM (Associate Priest) of Woodford Valley with Archers Gate (Salisbury).

REES. The Revd Adele Rees, Assistant Curate (Associate Minister) of St James with St George and St Michael, Hatcham, and Chaplain of Goldsmiths College, London, to be also Woolwich Episcopal Area Ecumenical Adviser (Southwark).

SEAL. The Revd Rosamund Seal, Priest-in-Charge of Moulton, to be Vicar of Holbeach, remaining Rural Dean of Elloe East and Elloe West (Lincoln).

SINCLAIR. The Revd Nigel Sinclair, Vicar of Pannal with Beckwithshaw, and Area Dean of Harrogate, to be Team Rector in the Abbeylands Team Ministry (Ripon & Leeds).

STEVENS. The Revd David Stevens, Assistant Area Dean of Allerton, to be Area Dean, remaining Priest-in-Charge of Potternewton (Ripon & Leeds).

TEATHER. The Revd Andrew Teather, Assistant Curate of St John, St George, and the Chapel of Christ the King, Preston (Blackburn), to be Vicar of St Matthew's, Willesden (London).

THOMSON. The Revd James Thomson, Vicar of Chatteris, to be Assistant Curate (Associate Priest) of Chatteris (Ely), and part-time Chaplain of Queen Elizabeth Hospital, King's Lynn (Norwich).

THOMSON. The Revd Wendy Thomson, Assistant Curate (Associate Vicar) of Chatteris (Ely), to be Vicar.

TRINDER. The Revd Gillian Trinder, Assistant Curate of Whitkirk, now Assistant Curate of Starbeck (Ripon & Leeds).

WALLBANK. The Revd Alison Wallbank, OLM of Whitworth with Facit, now NS Assistant Curate of Okenrod and Bamford, and of Norden with Ashworth (Manchester).

WASEY. The Revd Kim Wasey, Hon. Assistant Curate (Associate Priest), Victoria Park, Manchester, now also Chaplain of the University of Salford (Manchester).

WAY. The Revd Barbara Way, formerly Chaplain of East Kent Hospitals NHS Trust, and Priest-in-Charge of Whitfield with Guston, to be house-for-duty Assistant Curate of Westgate-on-Sea (Canterbury).

WILLIAMS. The Revd Mark Williams, Vicar of Belmont, to be also Croydon Episcopal Area Ecumenical Adviser (Southwark).

AIR TRAINING CORPS

The following to be Hon. Chaplains: the Revd Trevor Day (Highworth Squadron); the Revd William Matthews (St Helens Squadron); the Revd Richard Zair (Abingdon Squadron).

LAY APPOINTMENTS

CROFT. Jackie Croft, Diocesan Human Resources Adviser, and Cathedral Administrator, now Director of Development and Administration of Derby Cathedral (Derby).

POULSON. Adele Poulson, now Diocesan Human Resources Adviser (Derby).

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