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Resignations and retirements

21 June 2013

ALLEN. The Revd Peter Allen, Chaplain for Sport (Sheffield): 30 June.

DOBSON. The Revd Philip Dobson, Team Rector in the Bushbury Team Ministry (Lichfield): 6 October.

DURKAN. The Revd Dr Barbara Durkan, Assistant Curate of West Sheppey (Canterbury): 7 October.

FRONDIGOUN. The Revd Elizabeth Frondigoun, NSM of Cannock and Huntington (Lichfield).

GOOD. The Revd John Good, Hon. Assistant Curate (Associate Priest) of the Winterbournes and Compton Valence, and in the Dorchester Team Ministry: 23 September, remaining Prebendary Emeritus of Salisbury Cathedral (Salisbury).

HOLLIDAY. The Revd William Holliday, Team Vicar in the Loughrigg Team Ministry (Carlisle).

LOUDEN. The Revd Terence Louden, Vicar of East Meon and of Langrish, and Hon. Canon of Portsmouth Cathedral (Portsmouth): 31 August, remaining Hon. Canon of Christ Church Cathedral, Cape Coast, Ghana (Cape Coast, West Africa).

MARSDEN. The Revd Carole Marsden, Rural Dean of Appleby: 30 June, remaining Hon. Canon of Carlisle Cathedral (Carlisle).

MORE. The Revd Richard More, Diocesan Director of Ordinands, Diocesan NSM Officer, and Hon. Canon of Chelmsford Cathedral (Chelmsford): 31 August.

NESBITT. The Revd Patrick Nesbitt, Team Vicar in the Kinson and West Howe Team (Salisbury): 31 August.

WILBY. The Revd Wendy Wilby, Diocesan Dean of Women's Ministry, and Canon Residentiary of Bristol Cathedral (Bristol): 31 July.

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