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Resignations and retirements

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14 September 2012

ASHLEY. The Revd Rosemary Ashley, NSM (Pioneer Minister) of St Catherine and St Paul, Leyton (Chelmsford).
GEORGE
. The Revd Shuna George, NSM in the Bridport Team Ministry (Salisbury).
METCALFE
. The Revd Bernard Metcalfe, Vicar of Great Bentley, and Hon. Canon of Chelmsford Cathedral (Chelmsford): 24 November.
OGLESBY
. The Revd Dr Leslie Oglesby, Diocesan Director of Ministry and Vocation, and Hon. Canon of Ely Cathedral (Ely).
PRITCHARD
. The Revd Michael Pritchard, Chaplain to the Forces (Territorial and Army Volunteer Reserve), and Lead Chaplain of North East London Mental Health Trust (Chelmsford).
RICHARDS
. The Revd Simon Richards, Vicar of Bisley, Chalford, France Lynch, and Oakridge (Gloucester): 20 October.
ROBBINS
. The Revd David Robbins, Rector of Widford (Chelmsford): 30 November.
STEWART
. The Revd Dr Alistair Stewart, Assistant Curate (Priest Theologian) of Sherborne with Castleton, Lillington, and Longburton (Salisbury).
WETHERELL
. The Revd Eileen Wetherell, Vicar of Hythe, and Diocesan Adviser for Women's Ministry (Winchester): 31 Octo- ber.
WILLIAMS
. The Revd Alison Williams, Team Vicar in the Chalke Valley Team Ministry (Salisbury): 30 November.
WINNEY
. The Revd Samantha Winney, Assistant Curate in the Harwich Peninsula Team Ministry (Chelmsford): 1 January 2013.
WOODALL
. The Revd Johanna Woodall, NS Assistant Curate (Associate Priest) of Badgeworth, Shurdington and Witcombe with Bentham (Gloucester).

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