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10 December 2021

Oakham archdeaconry

THE Ven. Richard Ormston, Archdeacon of Northampton, in Peterborough diocese, since 2014, and Canon of Peterborough Cathedral since 2003, is now also Acting Archdeacon of Oakham, until 6 February.


ARNOLD. The Revd Trudy Arnold, NS Assistant Curate of Holy Trinity, Southchurch, to be NS Assistant Curate of St Andrew with Holy Cross, Basildon (Chelmsford).

BRADLEY. The Revd Michael Bradley, house-for-duty Assistant Curate (Associate Priest) of St Francis of Assisi, Barkingside (Chelmsford), to be house-for-duty Vicar.

BURGESS. The Revd Andrew Burgess, Assistant Curate of Bushey (St Albans), to be Vicar of the Western Dales Benefice (Carlisle).

COZENS. The Revd Alison Cozens, Priest-in-Charge of Lozells and Newtown (Birmingham), to be Rector of the East Dere Street Benefice (Leeds).

DAVIES. The Revd Philip Davies, Vicar of King’s Cliffe, Bulwick and Blatherwycke, Collyweston, Easton-on-the-Hill and Laxton, and Hon. Canon of Peterborough Cathedral, to be Canon Emeritus (Peterborough), and Chaplain and Almshouse Manager of Huggens College, Kent.

FRITH. The Rt Revd Richard Frith, formerly Bishop of Hereford (Hereford), to be Hon. Assistant Bishop (Europe).

HARBORD. The Revd Geoffrey Harbord, Chaplain to the Bishop of Sheffield, and Canon Residentiary of Sheffield Cathedral, to be also Interim Precentor (Sheffield).

HARRISON. The Revd Jacob Harrison, Assistant Chaplain of Cranleigh School (Guildford), to be Chaplain.

JARY. The Revd Helen Jary, Team Rector in the Oulton Broad Team Ministry, to be also Rural Dean of Lothingland (Norwich).

KENNETT. The Revd Jeanette Kennett, Assistant Curate in the Tenterden, Rother and Oxney Team Ministry (Canterbury), to be Team Vicar.

LORD. The Revd Sharon Lord, Rector of Pakefield, to be also Assistant Rural Dean of Lothingland (Norwich).

McCAULAY. The Revd Stephen McCaulay, Vicar of the Washburn and Mid-Wharfe Benefice, to be part-time Vicar of Kirby-on-the Moor, Cundall-with-Norton le Clay and Skelton-cum-Newby (Leeds).

MEE. The Revd Gerard Mee, NS Assistant Curate of Thorpe, now also Assistant Chaplain of St Peter’s Hospital, Chertsey, in Ashford and St Peter’s Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (Guildford).

NATNAEL. The Revd Daniel Natnael, Assistant Curate (Associate Minister) of St Paul’s, Camberley, now Minister-in-Charge of Deepcut (Bishop’s Mission Order) (Guildford).

NODDINGS. The Revd John Noddings, Assistant Curate of Corringham and Fobbing (Chelmsford), to be Vicar of All Saints’, Peterborough (Peterborough).

PRICE. The Revd Philip Price, Assistant Curate of St Catherine of Siena, Tilehurst, and Calcot (Oxford), to be Priest-in-Charge of the Draycote Group and the Leam Valley Benefice (Coventry).

RICKETTS. The Revd Theresa Ricketts, Priest-in-Charge of Cuddington (Guildford), to be Vicar.

STAFFORD. The Revd Mark Stafford, Team Vicar in the Kingston Team Ministry (Southwark), to be Vicar of St Mary’s, Ewell (Guildford).

WILLIAMS. The Revd Dr Harri Williams, Vicar of Walsingham, Houghton and Barsham, to be also Interim Priest-in-Charge of Hempton with Pudding Norton (Norwich).


(Admitted and licensed)

Diocese of Peterborough (by the Bishop of Peterborough virtually on 18 July): Jessica Cotton; (by the Bishop of Peterborough virtually on 22 August): Valerie Carpenter; (by the Bishop of Brixworth virtually on 5 September): Virginia Pledger; (by the Bishop of Peterborough virtually on 12 September): Susan Donnelly; (by the Bishop of Peterborough virtually on 19 September): Penny Griffin; (by the Bishop of Peterborough virtually on 31 October): Sarah Howard, Alan Ridley.

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