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02 September 2016

ANDREWS. The Revd Morey Andrews, Vicar of Eynsham and Cassington (Oxford), to be Sedgemoor Deanery Mission Enabler (Bath & Wells).

BALLARD. The Revd Duncan Ballard, Rector of Hampton-in-Arden with Bickenhill, Priest-in-Charge of Barston, Chaplain of Birmingham Airport, and Area Dean of Solihull (Birmingham), to be Priest-in-Charge of St Oswald’s, Ashbourne, with Mapleton, of St John the Baptist, Ashbourne, of Clifton, and of Norbury with Snelston, and Area Dean of Carsington proposed deanery (Derby).

BOOKER. The Revd Michael Booker, Team Rector of the Lordsbridge Team Ministry, and Rural Dean of Bourn, to be Bishop’s Change Officer with Responsibility for Market Towns, remaining Hon. Canon of Ely Cathedral (Ely).

CUTHBERT. The Revd Penelope Cuthbert, Assistant Curate of St Agnes with St Paul and St Barnabas, Reading, now Assistant Curate (Associate Minister) of Caversham Thameside and Mapledurham (Oxford).

GOUGH. The Revd David Gough, Vicar of Woodhouse, to be also Area Dean of Attercliffe (Sheffield).

HADLEY. The Revd Georgina Hadley, Hon. Assistant Curate in the Retford Area Team Ministry, to be Assistant Curate (Associate Minister) of Averham with Kelham, and of North and South Muskham (Southwell & Nottingham).

HASLAM. The Revd Michael Haslam, Assistant Curate (Associate Priest) of the Alfred Jewel Benefice, Chaplain of Taunton Academy, and Assistant Rural Dean of Taunton, to be also Chaplain of Richard Huish College (Bath & Wells).

LUCAS. The Revd Clive Lucas, OLM of St Andrew’s, Westcliff, to be also OLM of St Michael and All Angels, Westcliff (Chelmsford).

MELVILLE. The Revd Carl Melville, Assistant Curate of Bradfield St Clare, Bradfield St George with Little Whelnetham, Cockfield, Felsham and Gedding, to be Priest-in-Charge of Claydon and Barham, of Henley, in Coddenham with Gosbeck and Hemingstone with Henley, and of Great Blakenham, in Great and Little Blakenham with Baylham and Nettlestead (St Edmundsbury & Ipswich).

MORDECAI. The Revd Huw Mordecai, formerly Chaplain of King William’s College, Isle of Man (Sodor & Man), now Assistant Curate (Associate Minister) of Winkfield and Cranbourne (Oxford).

RIDGE. The Revd James Ridge, Managing Chaplain of HM Prison and Young Offenders’ Institution Chelmsford (Chelmsford), to be Managing Chaplain of HM Prison Wayland (Norwich).

RAWLINSON. The Revd Dr Nigel Rawlinson, NSM of Bath Weston with North Stoke and Langridge, and Prebendary of Wells Cathedral, to be also Chaplain of the University of Bath (Bath & Wells).

ROBERTS. The Revd Neil Roberts, Rector of Ashurst and Vicar of Steyning (Chichester), now Chaplain of Repton School (Derby).

WILLIS. The Revd Paul Willis, Team Vicar in the Loddon Reach Team Ministry (Oxford), now Team Rector.

YOUNG. The Revd Martin Young, Priest-in-Charge of St Andrew’s, Norwich, now Vicar, remaining Chaplain of Norwich University of the Arts (Norwich).

Correction. The Revd Marius Mirt, Assistant Curate of St James and St John, Friern Barnet, is to be Priest-in-Charge of Holy Trinity, Finchley (London) (Gazette, 5 August), and not, as stated on 12 August, of All Saints’, East Finchley, where the Revd Christopher Hardy remains Vicar. London diocese apologises for the error.


BAILEY. The Revd Michelle Bailey to be Bishop’s Officer for Rural Life, and NS Assistant Curate of Blaenau Irfon, Irfon Valley, and Upper Wye (Swansea & Brecon).

LEWIS. The Revd Rachel Lewis, Rector of Walbury Beacon (Oxford), now Chaplain of Cardiff and Vale University NHS Trust (Llandaff).


SHAW. The Revd William Shaw, Chaplain of St Mary’s Cathedral, Edinburgh, now Rector of St Mary’s, Grangemouth, and St Catharine’s, Bo’ness (Edinburgh).

WATSON. The Revd Paul Watson, Rector of St Devenick’s, Bieldside, now also Canon of St Andrew’s Cathedral, Aberdeen, and Rector of St Clement’s, Aberdeen (Aberdeen & Orkney).



The following now Hon. Chaplains: the Revd James Rattue (Godalming Squadron); the Revd Neil Redeyoff (Finningley Squadron); the Revd Paul Seaman (East Grinstead Squadron); the Revd Dr Keith Suckling (Fraserburgh Squadron); the Revd Andrew Simpson (Central & East Yorkshire Wing).

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