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/ 26 July 2013

Clergy moves July 2013

Information about clergy moving into and around the Diocese.

Into the Diocese

The Revd Edward Thornley, Curate at St Nicholas, Dereham, Diocese of Norwich, is to be Assistant Priest St Marylebone (0401) and Chaplain to St Marylebone School and the Royal Academy of Music, from 1 September. (TBC)

The Revd Christopher Rankin, Team rector of St Michael and All Angels, West Andover, Diocese of Winchester, is to be Incumbent of St Lawrence, Eastcote (2502), from 29 October.

The Revd Timothy Saiet, Chaplain of the Philo Trust, Diocese of St Albans, is also to hold Permission to Officiate.

Within the Diocese

The Revd Christine Hall, Curate at St Dunstan and All Saints, Stepney (0719), is to be SSM Curate at St John-on-Bethnal Green (0706), from 31 July.

The Revd Adrian Teare, Curate at St Paul, Tottenham (1915), is to be Assistant Curate at St Mary with All Souls, Kilburn (1608) and St James, West Hampstead (1606), Diocese of London.

Out of the Diocese

The Revd David Lloyd, Curate at St Mary, Hampton (0901), is to be Curate at St Thomas, Heigham, Diocese of Norwich, from 30 June.

The Revd Ruth Lampard, Associate vicar at St Mary the Boltons (1208), is to be Chaplain of Chapter 1, Diocese of Southwark, from 14 July.

The Revd John Hereward, Incumbent of St Mellitus, Hanwell (2307), is to be Rector of St Breock with Egloshayle, Wadebridge, Diocese of Truro, from 24 November.


The Revd Duncan Ross, Incumbent of St Paul, Bow Common (0721), is to retire on 31 October.

The Revd Malcolm Herbert, Incumbent of Holy Trinity, Hounslow (1017), is to retire on 10 August.

The Revd Neil Richardson, Incumbent of Holy Cross, Greenford (2301), is to retire on 7 July.

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