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/ 15 March 2020

Clergy and Staff moves March 2020

Into the diocese

The Revd Leslie Drake, Vicar of St Mary the Virgin, South Benfleet, Diocese of Chelmsford, now has Permission to Officiate (4600), from 28 February 2020.

The Revd Paul Nicholson now has Permission to Officiate (4600), from 4 March 2020.

The Revd (Wing Commander) Nicholas Cook, RAF Chaplain (Royal Auxiliary Air Force) with Permission to Officiate, Diocese of Chelmsford, also now has Permission to Officiate (4600) and Chaplain at RAF Northolt, from 1 March 2020.

The Revd Richard Coles, Chaplain to the Leathersellers’ Company, also now has Permission to Officiate (4600), from 11 March 2020.

Within the Diocese

The Revd Richard Frank, Vicar of All Souls, Margaret on Thames (1024), is to be Archdeacon of Middlesex (4400), from 21 April 2020.

The Ven Stephan Welch, formerly Archdeacon of Middlesex (4400), now has Permission to Officiate (4600), from 11 March 2020.

The Revd Gerald Beauchamp, formerly Vicar of the Annunciation, Bryanston Street (0404) and Priest in Charge of St Cyprian, Clarence Gate (0406), now has Permission to Officiate (4600), from 11 March 2020.

Retired

The Revd Christopher Swift, Vicar of St Nicholas, Shepperton (1305), is to retire on 14 June 2020.

The Revd Rex Morton, Vicar of Golders Green Parish (1514), is to retire on 31 May 2020.

Out of the diocese

The Revd Canon Victoria Pask, Permission to Officiate (4600), has resigned her Permission to Officiate and taken up appointment as Vicar of St Mark’s, Bromley, Diocese of Rochester, from 1 February 2020.

Staff changes within the London Diocesan Fund               

Bruce Rickards, Willesden Area Finance Advisor, based at London Diocesan House

Susie Barber, Safeguarding Project Administrator, based at London Diocesan House


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