Wednesday 19 September 2018
AUBREY-JONES. The Revd Adrian Aubrey-Jones, formerly Team Vicar in the Dereham and District Team Ministry, and Rural Dean of Dereham in Mitford, to be Rural Dean of Heacham and Rising (Norwich)
14 Sep 2018
ARMSTRONG. The Revd David Armstrong, Assistant Curate of Lexden (Chelmsford), to be Priest-in-Charge of St Botolph without Bishopsgate, London (London)
07 Sep 2018
ADDENBROOKE. The Revd Keith Addenbrooke, Vicar of Hale and Ashley, to be Vicar of St James with St Bede, Birkenhead (Chester)
31 Aug 2018
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