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Resignations and retirements

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15 November 2013

BLOOR. The Revd Terence Bloor, Sessional Chaplain of Harplands Hospital, remaining Priest-in-Charge of Basford and Rural Dean of Newcastle (Lichfield).
CLUTTON. The Revd Barbara Clutton, Rector of the Draycote Group (Coventry): 1 February.
COLTON. The Revd Christine Colton, NS Assistant Curate of Radyr (Llandaff).
FLETCHER. The Revd Bryce Fletcher, NSM of the Arle Valley Benefice (Winchester): 2 February.
HOPKINS. The Revd Angela Hopkins, NS Assistant Curate of Holy Innocents', Kingsbury (London).
JAMES. The Revd Barry James, Rector of Fawley (Winchester): 2 February.
OAKES. The Revd Robert Oakes, Assistant Curate of Calstock, of St Dominic, Landulph and St Mellion with Pillaton, and Chaplain of Duchy College, Stoke Climsland (Truro): 31 January.
SHAND. The Revd Dr Brian Shand, Vicar of Witley (Guildford): 28 February.
TONGUE. The Revd Charles Tongue, Priest-in-Charge of Strontian, and of St Finian's, Kinlochmoirdart (Argyll & the Isles).
WARNER. The Revd Philip Warner, Priest-in-Charge of St Mary Abchurch, London, remaining Rector of St Magnus the Martyr, London Bridge (London).
WHEATON. The Revd Christopher Wheaton, Vicar of the Good Shepherd, Carshalton Beeches, and Hon. Canon of Southwark Cathedral (Southwark), becoming Canon Emeritus.
WILSON. The Revd Andrew Wilson, Rector of Calstock, Priest-in-Charge of St Dominic, Landulph and St Mellion with Pillaton, and Hon. Canon of Truro Cathedral (Truro): 31 December.

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