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Resignations and retirements

19 April 2013

BARTER. The Revd Christopher Barter, Rector of Somersham with Pidley and Oldhurst with Woodhurst (Ely): 15 July.

BROAD. The Revd Hugh Broad, Canon of the Cathedral Chapter (Europe), becoming Canon Emeritus, and remaining Canon Emeritus of Gloucester Cathedral (Gloucester).

BROWN. The Revd Derek Brown, Curate-in-Charge (Minister) of St Barnabas's Conventional District, Leicester (Leicester): 15 July.

CHEVERTON. The Revd Jill Cheverton, Minister of Binley Wood Local Ecumenical Partnership (Coventry): 1 August.

HARDING. The Revd Brenda Harding, NSM (Associate Priest) of Christ Church, Lancaster and Hon. Canon of Blackburn Cathedral (Blackburn).

JONES. The Revd Dr Sharon Jones, Priest-in-Charge of New Springs and Whelley (Liverpool): 30 June.

LAFFORD. The Revd Sylvia Lafford, Assistant Chaplain of Hillingdon Hospital NHS Trust (London): 20 May.

ROBERTS. The Revd Michael Roberts, Vicar of Cockerham with Winmarleigh and Glasson (Blackburn): 10 May.

SABEY-CORKINDALE. The Revd Charmaine Sabey-Corkindale, Team Vicar in the Hitchin Team Ministry (St Albans): 1 June.

SHOOTER. The Revd Philippa Shooter, house-for-duty Assistant Curate of Coppull, and of St John's, Coppull (Blackburn): 23 June.

SMYTHE. The Revd Angela Smythe, Chaplain of Queen Elizabeth's Academy, and of Samworth Church Academy, Mansfield.

STRONG. The Revd Madeline Strong, NS Assistant Curate of the Stone Street Group, and of Wye with Brook and Hastingleigh with Boughton Aluph and Eastwell (Canterbury): 30 June.

VOST. The Revd Jane Vost, OLM Assistant Curate (Associate Minister) of St Andrew's, Black Lane, Radcliffe, remaining Chaplain of Wrightington, Wigan and Leigh NHS Foundation Trust. (Manchester).

WAINWRIGHT. The Revd Kevin Wainwright, Vicar of Kearsley Moor (Manchester): 16 June.

WILLETT. The Revd Frank Willett, house-for-duty Assistant Curate (Associate Minister) of Boldre with South Baddesley (Winchester): 30 April.

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