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Resignations and retirements

05 October 2012

ABBOTT. The Revd Judith Abbott, Assistant Curate in the Axminster Team Ministry (Exeter).

ABBOTT. The Revd Stephen Abbott, Rector of Bansfield (St Edmundsbury & Ipswich): 31 October.

BAXENDALE. The Revd Paul Baxendale, Priest-in-Charge of Burton and Holme (Carlisle).

CHANTRY. The Revd Peter Chantry, Rector of Nantwich (Chester): 1 November.

FORTNUM. The Revd Brian Fortnum, Vicar of St Mark's, Tunbridge Wells (Rochester).

FOSTER. The Revd Geraldine Foster, Assistant Curate (Associate Minister) of Ashton-upon-Mersey (Chester).

HENDERSON. The Rt Revd Richard Henderson, Team Vicar in the Heart of Eden Team Ministry, and Assistant Curate of Kirkby Thore with Temple Sowerby and Newbiggin, remaining Hon. Assistant Bishop (Carlisle).

HORNE. The Revd Dr Brian Horne, OLM Assistant Curate (Associate Priest) in the West Cheltenham Team Ministry (Gloucester).

HORNE. The Revd Lyn Horne, NS OLM Assistant Curate (Associate Priest) in the West Cheltenham Team Ministry (Gloucester).

ILYAS. The Revd Marilyn Ilyas, Team Rector in the Holy Trinity Team Ministry, South Chatham (Rochester).

JOHNSON. The Revd Barry Johnson, Vicar of St Mary, St Eanswythe and St Saviour, Folkestone (Canterbury): 30 November.

KILNER. The Revd Martin Kilner, Vicar of Grenoside (Sheffield): 30 November.

KIM. The Revd Crispin Kim, Assistant Curate of St Alphage's, Hendon, and Chaplain of the Anglican Korean Community (London).

PESTELL. The Revd Robert Pestell, Priest-in-Charge of St Luke and St John, Cheltenham, remaining Priest-in-Charge of St Michael's, Cheltenham (Gloucester).

RYAN. The Revd James Ryan, Rector of West Winch with Setchey, North Runcton and Middleton (Norwich): 9 November.

SMITH. The Revd Elizabeth Smith, Rector of the Inglewood Group, and Hon. Canon of Carlisle Cathedral (Carlisle): 31 December.

THORNTON. The Revd Diana Thornton, Assistant Curate (Associate Minister) of Cobham and Stoke D'Abernon (Guildford): 9 December.

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