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Deanery Information Officers

by Michael Ford last modified 03 May, 2016 10:51 AM

There are 19 deaneries within the diocese. A Deanery Information Officer helps co-ordinate and distribute information to, between and from the parishes in their deanery.

Each DIO:

  • Is appointed by Deanery Synod at the first meeting of each new triennium
  • Becomes an officer of the Deanery Standing Committee (Deanery Synod Rule 6)
  • Works as closely as possible with the Rural Dean, Deanery Lay Co-Chairman, Deanery Synod Secretary and Diocesan Communications Team
  • Helps maintain and improve the flow of information between parishes within the Deanery, between the Deanery and the Diocese, and from parishes and Deanery to the Grapevine and local media

Information

About Deaneries 
Deanery contacts and news page
Download a DIO role description 
What is a DIO for? - A DIO's view, by Penny Elliott 

Current List of DIOs:

Updated ListingUpdated 03/05/16

Bradford
Acting DIO: Anne Willis, zen16073@zen.co.uk

Calne
Elaine Leighton, elaine.f.leighton@btinternet.com 

Chalke
Felicity Corp, f.corp@btinternet.com 

Devizes
Julia Taylor, juliaptaylor@gmail.com 

Heytesbury
Updated ListingPhilip Jefferson,

Lyme Bay
David Jones, joneswmilton@gmail.com 

Marlborough
Doreen Swannell, dnswannell@btinternet.com 

Pewsey
Joy Guy, joynguy@googlemail.com 

Poole and North Bournemouth
Penny Elliott, pennyinf.poole@gmail.com 

Salisbury
Laurence Newton, laurence.newton@ntlworld.com 

Stonehenge
Alison Comlay, ayjaycee@comlayclan.net 

Wimborne
Michael Dolan, Updated Listing

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