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Resignations and retirements

06 December 2013

ADAMSON. The Revd Anthony Adamson, Rector of Stranorlar with Meenglas and Kilteevogue (Derry & Raphoe): 31 December.

BUCHANAN. The Revd Eoin Bu- chanan, Rector of the Flegg Coastal Benefice (Norwich): 9 December.

CLARKE. The Revd John Clarke, Rector of Wicklow and Killiskey, and Canon of Christ Church Ca- thedral, Dublin (Dublin & Glendalough).

CLIFFE. The Revd George Cliffe, Rector of Fiddown with Clonegam, Guilcagh and Kilmeaden, Bishop's Domestic Chaplain, and Canon of Ossory Cathedral (Cashel, Waterford, Lismore, Ossory, Ferns & Leighlin).

COX. The Revd Patricia Cox, NSM of Lydney (Gloucester): 31 December.

DAWSON. The Revd Neil Dawson, Priest-in-Charge of Holy Trinity, Madeira, Portugal (Europe): 20 April.

EDWARDS. The Revd Henry Ed- wards, Rector of Campsea Ashe with Marlesford, Parham and Hacheston, and Priest-in-Charge of Brandeston with Kettleburgh and Easton: 31 January, remaining Diocesan Adviser for Pastoral Care and Counselling, Bishop's Officer for Canon C4, and Hon. Canon of St Edmundsbury Cathedral (St Edmundsbury & Ipswich).

HORTON. The Revd Anne Horton, Rector of Woodhouse, Woodhouse Eaves and Swithland, and Hon. Canon of Leicester Cathedral (diocese of Leicester): 8 February.

KEMP. The Revd Karen Kemp, Assistant Curate of Gloucester Ca- thedral, and of Gloucester City and Hempsted (Gloucester): 31 December.

KINGSTON. The Revd Kenneth Kingston, Rector of Desertmartin with Termoneeny, and Canon of Derry Cathedral (Derry & Raphoe).

LUDLOW. The Revd Lesley Ludlow, NSM of Bearstead with Thurnham (Canterbury).

TÖLLER. The Revd Heinz Töller, Area Dean of Wandsworth: 8 December, remaining Vicar of St Paul's, Wandsworth (Southwark).

YOULD. The Revd Dr Martin Yould, Hon. Priest-in-Charge of Bishopstone (Chichester).

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