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Resignations and retirements

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11 April 2014

CANDY. The Revd Dr Julia Candy, Priest-in-Charge of St Clement's and of St James's, Aberdeen (Aberdeen & Orkney).

EVANS. The Revd Captain David Evans CA, Assistant Curate of Dale and St Brides with Marloes and Herbrandston and Hasguard with St Ishmael's with Robeston West (St Davids).

EVANS. The Revd Hilary Evans, house-for-duty Assistant Curate (Assistant Priest) of South-West Gower (Swansea & Brecon): 22 April.

HODGE. The Revd Anthony Hodge, house-for-duty Priest-in-Charge of Duloe, Herodsfoot, Morval and St Pinnock (Truro).

HOPKINS. The Revd Victor Hopkins, NSM of Sedbergh, Cautley and Garsdale (Carlisle).

KENNEDY. The Revd Michael Kennedy, Rector of Lisnadill with Kildarton, Warden of the Diocesan Guild of Lay Readers, Hon. Vicar Choral of Armagh Cathedral, and Tutor for Auxiliary Ministry (Armagh), and Prebendary of St Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin.

LOWE. The Revd Stephen Lowe, Team Rector in the Wenlock Team Ministry, and Prebendary of Hereford Cathedral (Hereford)

MacPHEE. The Revd Roger MacPhee, Hon. Assistant Curate in the Trunch Team Ministry, and Hon. Canon of Norwich Cathedral, becoming Canon Emeritus, and remaining Diocesan Officer for Non-Stipendiary Ministers (Norwich).

McCULLAGH. The Revd John McCullagh, Rector of Rathdrum with Glenealy, Derralossary and Laragh, and Canon Treasurer of Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin (Dublin & Glendalough).

NICHOLLS. The Revd Mark Nicholls, Vicar of Crookham (Guildford): April.

PRESTON. The Revd Michael Preston, Vicar of St Barnabas's, Ep-som (Guildford).

WILLIAM. The Revd Michael Williams, Vicar of Llanrhaeadr-Yng-Nghinmeirch and Prion with Nantglyn (St Asaph).

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