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Resignations and retirements

09 November 2012


APOKIS. The Revd Dr Konstantinos Apokis, Director of Training and Education for Church Army, Wilson Carlile Centre, Sheffield (Sheffield).

AXFORD. The Revd Robert Axford, Area Dean of Wotton, remaining Vicar of Wotton-under-Edge with Ozleworth, North Nibley and Alderley (Gloucester): 9 January.

DAVIES. The Revd Richard Davies, Vicar of Eastleigh (Winchester): 31 January 2013.

FERGUSON. The Revd Dr Alastair Ferguson, Vicar of Lastingham with Appleton-le-Moors, Rosedale and Cropton (York).

FRIARS. The Revd Ian Friars, Rector of Chadbrook (St Edmundsbury & Ipswich): 4 March 2013.

HOWITT. The Revd Ivan Howitt, Rector of Harton (York): 1 January 2013.

LOWE. The Rt Revd Stephen Lowe, Priest-in-Charge of St Mary's, Towyn (diocese of St Asaph).

PINNELL. The Revd Beverley Pinnell, NSM of St Paul's, Ruislip Manor (London).

SAUNDERS. The Revd Moira Saunders, NSM (Associate Minister) of Holy Trinity, Aldershot (Guildford).

SHARP. The Revd Andrew Sharp, Vicar of St John the Evangelist, Guernsey, and Hon. Canon of Winchester Cathedral (Winchester): 31 January 2013, becoming Canon Emeritus.

SHONE. The Revd Ursula Shone, NSM of St Andrew's, Brechin (Brechin).

THOMSON. The Revd James Thomson, Hon. Priest-in-Charge of St Peter's, Fraserburgh (Aberdeen & Orkney).

WILSON. The Revd Mavis Wilson, Rector of Frimley, and Hon. Canon of Guildford Cathedral (Guildford): 30 April 2013.


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