Meet Our People

Andrew Hall


Rev. Andrew Hall is Rector of Burbage with Aston Flamville; Andrew is a Spiritual director and Retreat leader, a contemplative soul, who likes gardening, reading and sports. “My heart is to be a ‘cure of souls’ as my priestly vocation implies; spending time with pilgrims is one of life’s greatest callings and I am honoured that God has called me to this life.”

Terry Colling - Associate Priest

Terry Colling

Associate Priest

Terry is officially “retired” but still enjoys active ministry as Honorary Assistant Priest at St. Catherine and St. Peter’s. Terry served for 28 years in the Coventry Diocese before moving to live in Claybrooke Magna with his wife Sue. They have both enjoyed the worship, friendship and Christian love they have experience over the past 4 years in Burbage and Aston Flamville.

Graham Wilson - Associate Priest

Graham Wilson

Associate Priest

Graham was ordained 1995 in Diocese of Leicester and served full-time as Assistant at St Catherine’s, Burbage till 2000.

Graham left to take up a three-year half-time post as Assistant Priest in The Fenn Lanes Benefice while studying for a Phd. He was invited to return to Burbage to serve as a non-stipendiary priest in 2007 and continues to serve in that capacity with a current licence to officiate across the Diocese of Leicester. Graham still serves parishes across the Deanery when invited to do so.

Edward Pogmore - Associate Priest

Edward Pogmore

Associate Priest

After 10 years of Parish ministry in Salisbury, Edward has specialised working as a Healthcare Chaplain.  As Chaplaincy Team Leader at the George Eliot Hospital in Nuneaton, Edward also worked within the Health Service.  Edward was also Hospice Chaplain and later Chairman of the Mary Ann Evans Hospice.  Since retirement from the NHS in 2014, Edward had worked developing chaplaincy with the Abbeyfield Society, who have sheltered housing and care homes throughout the UK.  As a Canon of Coventry Cathedral, Edward also serves on the Cathedral Council.

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Louise Brown

School & Community Worker & Environmental Champion