recent retirement after a long spell of ill health, the Parish is now in an interregnum and the Church Wardens together with the support of the Area Dean and Archdeacon are working towards a replacement for him.

What is an interregnum and what does it mean for the parish?

An interregnum, comes from the latin for between two rulers but in modern day terms, means that we have a vacancy for a priest.

How does this affect the running of the parish?

The Area Dean together with Church Wardens are responsible for ensuring the transition between one priest and the next runs as smoothly as possible and this is achieved by calling upon retired clergy locally to cover services.

We are very fortunate at St Andrew’s to have a loyal group of priests to cover the services who are Fr Martin Clark, Fr Anthony Fletcher, Fr Christopher Dent, Canon Robert Lunnon, Fr Toby Marchant & Fr Roger Marsh. There is also Kate Rushbrook, an ALM, and numerous lay people who help out on a daily basis. We would like to thank them for their support as without them our job would be almost impossible.

The Church Wardens


Parish Priest: Vacant
Please note, photos of all the priests covering the interregnum will be added in due course.

Father Toby Marchant
Fr Toby Marchant, Asst during interregnum
Fr Roger
Fr Roger Marsh, Asst during interregnum
Waveney Brooks, Church Warden
Ann Carey, Church Warden

Director of Music:

Tim Woodhead

Lantern Editor: Peter Gibson

Lantern Advertising: Grace Reeves

PCC Officers:

PCC Secretary: Carole Gabriel
PCC Treasurer: Geoff Hobbs-East
Electoral Roll: Peter Gibson

Junior Choir: Jo Woodhead