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ANDREWS. The Revd Natalie An­­drews, Team Vicar in the Ely Team Ministry, and Minister for Village Renewal and Pastoral Leader­­ship (Ely), to be National Sports Pro­ject Officer.

BELL. The Revd Adrian Bell, Interim Minister in the Wayland Group, now Priest-in-Charge of Breckles, Caston, Great Hockham, Griston, Stow Bedon, Sturston, Thomp­­son and Tot­­­­ting­ton, in the Wayland Group (Norwich).

BIDE. The Revd Mary Bide, formerly Team Rector in the Wimbledon Team Ministry (South­wark), to be Prebendary of Wells Cathedral (Bath & Wells).

BLANCHFLOWER. The Revd Rachel Blanchflower, Priest-in-Charge of Great Gransden and Abbots­ley and Little Gransden and Waresley (Ely), to be Rector.

BLEWETT. The Revd Martin Blewett, Priest-in-Charge of the Ten Lamps Group (Bath & Wells), now Rector, remaining Assistant Dio­cesan Director of Ordinands.

CARTWRIGHT. The Revd Dr Simon Cartwright, Team Vicar in the Epiphany Team Ministry, Walbrook, now also Acting Area Dean of Derby City (Derby).

CHAMBERLAIN. The Revd Jane Chamberlain, Diocesan Head of Min­­­istry for Mission and Training Team Leader, to be also Prebendary of Wells Cathedral (Bath & Wells).

COOPER. The Ven. Annette Cooper, formerly Archdeacon of Col­chester (Colchester), to be Acting Rural Dean of Woodbridge (St Ed­­munds­bury & Ipswich).

DURANT. The Revd John Durant, Vicar of the Vale Benefice, now also Area Dean of Wantage (Oxford).

GISMONDI. The Revd Paul Gis­mondi, NS Assistant Curate of San­­d­ringham with West Newton and Appleton, Wolferton with Babingley and Flitcham (Norwich), to be Chaplain to the Marquess of Salis­­bury (St Albans).

GUNNER. The Revd Susanna Gunner, Hon. Priest-Vicar of Nor­wich Cathedral, to be Chaplain to the Queen, remaining Diocesan Spir­­it­uality and Discipleship Ad­­viser, and Hon. Canon of Norwich Cathedral (Norwich).

KEMBER. The Revd Ann Kember, Rector of Chard with Combe St Nicholas, Wambrook and Whitestaunton, to be also Assistant Area Dean of Ilminster (Bath & Wells).

MacGEOCH. The Revd David Mac­Geoch, Vicar of Glastonbury with Meare, Rural Dean of Glastonbury Jurisdiction, and Assistant Rural Dean of Shepton Mallet, to be also Prebendary of Wells Cathedral (Bath & Wells).

MEPHAM. The Revd Stephen Mepham, formerly Vicar of Rick­mansworth, to be Assistant Curate (Associate Minister) of St Michael’s, Watford (St Albans).

ROBSON. The Revd Howard Rob­son, Vicar of Littleport, and Priest-in-Charge of Coveney (Ely), to be Team Rector designate in the Cot­tesloe Team Ministry (Oxford).

RUHUMULIZA. The Rt Revd Jon­athan Ruhumuliza, formerly Hon. Assistant Bishop, and Assistant Curate of Elmley Lovett with Hampton Lovett and Elmbridge with Rushdock, of Ombersley with Doverdale, and of Hartlebury (Wor­ces­ter), to be Interim NS As­­sistant Curate (Interim Minister) of Astley, Tyldesley and Mosley Com­mon (Man­chester).

YORK. The Revd Paula York, Rector of Yardley Hastings, Denton and Grendon with Castle Ashby and Whiston, to be Interim Vicar of All Saints’, Wellingborough, and of All Hallows’, Wellingborough (Peter­bor­ough).

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