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Resignations and retirements

17 August 2012

BAILEY. The Revd Richard Bailey, Chaplain of HM Prison Dovegate (Lichfield).

BEARD. The Revd Christopher Beard, Priest-in-Charge of Donnington, and Chaplain of St Wilfrid's Hospice, Eastbourne (Chichester).

BEER. The Revd William Beer, Vicar of the Annunciation, Chislehurst (Rochester).

BELL. The Revd Alan Bell, Vicar of St George's Stockport, Rural Dean of Stockport, and Hon. Canon of Chester Cathedral (Chester): 30 September, becoming Canon Emeritus.

BRECKLES. The Revd Robert Breckles, Rector of Lady Bay with Holme Pierrepont and Adbolton (Southwell & Nottingham): 31 August.

BROMFIELD. The Revd Richard Bromfield, Vicar of Woodingdean, and Chaplain of Nuffield Hospital, Brighton (Chichester).

CUMBERLEGE. The Revd Francis Cumberlege, NS Priest-in-Charge of Ashburnham with Penhurst (Chichester).

DEVINE. The Revd Margaret Devine, NSM (Associate Priest) of East Boldon (Durham).

Di CASTIGLIONE. The Revd James di Castiglione, Assistant Curate of Mid-Sussex Network Church (Chichester).

EDWARDS. The Revd Stuart Edwards, Vicar of Holy Cross, South Shaw, Blackpool (Blackburn): 30 September.

HOUGHTON. The Revd David Houghton, Vicar of St Andrew and St Mark, Surbiton (Southwark): 15 September.

KNIGHT. The Revd June Knight, NSM of St Michael's, Bishop's Stortford (St Albans).

LAWSON. The Revd Michael Lawson, Rector of St Saviour's, Guildford (Guildford): 17 September.

McGINTY. The Revd Nicola McGinty, NSM of Barrow-upon-Soar with Walton le Wolds, and of Wymeswold and Prestwold with Hoton (Leicester): 9 September.

MASSEY. The Revd Stephen Massey, NSM of St Luke's, Watford (St Albans).

MEARDON. The Revd Dr Brian Meardon, NS Associate Priest of Bemerton (Salisbury): 9 September, remaining Canon Emeritus of Christ Church, Oxford (Oxford).

NICHOLS. The Revd Barry Nichols, Hon. Assistant Curate of Holy Trinity with St Augustine, Upper Tooting (Southwark).

NICHOLSON. The Revd Nigel Nicholson, Vicar of St Nicholas's, Cranleigh, Hon. Canon of Guildford Cathedral (Guildford), and Chaplain to the Forces (Army Cadet Force): 30 September.

PAVLOU. The Revd Michael Pavlou, Assistant Curate (Associate Vicar) of St Michael with St Stephen, Wandsworth (Southwark).

POTTER. The Revd Linda Potter, Team Rector in the Great Aycliffe Team Ministry (Durham): 17 September.

ROBINSON. The Revd Andrew Robinson, Priest-in-Charge of Stanmer with Falmer, Chaplain of Sussex University, and Hon. Canon of Chichester Cathedral (Chichester).

SEWELL. The Revd Robin Sewell, Vicar of St Paul's, Braintree (Chelmsford): 1 September.

SHERIDAN. The Revd Stephen Sheridan, NSM of Stone Cross with North Langney (Chichester).

SKELLEY. The Revd Janice Skelley, Assistant Curate of Hedworth (Durham).

STEPHENSON. The Revd James Stephenson, Assistant Chaplain of Canford School, and Assistant Curate in the North Poole Ecumenical Team Ministry (Salisbury).

TREMELLING. The Revd Peter Tremelling, NSM of St Illogan (Truro): 19 August.

WADDELL. The Revd James Waddell, Assistant Curate of Slaugham and Staplefield Common (Chichester).

WATERS. The Revd Paul Waters, Assistant Curate of Holy Trinity, Ilkeston (Derby): 1 September.

WATTS. The Revd Anthony Watts, Chaplain of Warminster School: 31 August, remaining Canon Emeritus of Salisbury Cathedral (Salisbury).

WINTOUR. The Revd Annie Wintour, OLM of Atworth with Shaw and Whitley, of Broughton Gifford, Great Chalfield and Holt, and in the Melksham Team Ministry (Salisbury).

WOODS. The Revd Geoffrey Woods, NSM (Associate Minister) of Colerne with North Wraxall, and of Box with Hazlebury and Ditteridge (Bristol).

WORSLEY. The Revd Dr Howard Worsley, Chaplain of London South Bank University (Southwark): 31 August.


GOSTELOW. The Revd Ruth Gostelow, Vicar of New Haw (Guildford), is now not retiring on 30 September

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