Who’s Who


Revd Max Osborne


Revd Max Osborne
Max Osborne has been Vicar at All Saints Church since 2002. Before ordination Max was a Mental Health Nurse working in the Acute Admissions Sector.  He has responsibility across the diocese for training Curates and is on the Bishops Appointments Panels for the discernment of vocations and selection of clergy for the Church of England.  He is also Assistant Diocesan Director of Ordinands. Married to Angie and they have two grown up children (David & Jess).  Max is a keen supporter of Norwich City F.C. and loves a wide range of music, especially Opera.  He is a Governor at All Saints Church of England School and if asked would say that Family & Fellowship in Christ are the foundation of any community of faith and places a high value on integrity, openness and welcome without prejudice of any kind.


Revd Su Shaw


Revd Adrian Watkins

Su Shaw became Self Supporting Assistant Curate in July 2015.  Prior to this Su was a Licensed Lay Minister (Reader) in her home village of Cheveley and the surrounding parish partnership.  She is a P/T Prison Chaplain with a particular interest in the re-settlement of Young Offenders, evangelism and Community Ministry.  Su is an ex-Buddhist who came to faith in Christ in 1996 . Su is a big Rock music fan and enjoys music festivals, her campervan , beach-combing and Celtic Christianity.


Church Warden
Miss  Joy Edwards


Miss J. Edwards

Joy was elected Churchwarden in April 2015.


Church Warden
Mr Paul Stannard

   Mr. P. Stanard
Paul came to faith in his forties and started attending All Saints in September 2008.  He had an affirmation baptism in the sea at Sizewell on the church family weekend away in 2010 and was confirmed by Bishop Clive of Dunwich at All Saints in October 2011. Paul is an active member of the Men of Faith group, has been one of the sound techs for a number of years, a PCC member, sits on a number of committees including chairing the Vision 20/20 group and was elected Churchwarden in April 2015.  Paul is married to Louise and they have five grown up children and eight grandchildren between them.  When Paul is not in or around the church look out for him at a local lake or river enjoying his favourite pastime of fishing or off enjoying the open road with Louise and the grandchildren in ‘Monty’ their motorhome.