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Resignations and retirements

11 July 2014

ADAMS. The Revd Michael Adams, Vicar of Newquay, and Hon. Canon of Truro Cathedral (Truro): 31 October.

BAXTER. The Revd Dennis Baxter, Priest-in-Charge of Llanedi with Tycroes and Saron (St Davids): 31 July

BEVAN. The Revd Angela Bevan, NSM of Shenley Green (Birmingham).

CHAMPION. The Revd Arthur Champion, NSM of Bourton-on-the-Water with Clapton and The Rissingtons: 16 July, remaining Environment Adviser (Gloucester).

CHATTERTON. The Revd William Chatterton, Assistant Curate (Interim Team Rector) in the Thames-mead Team Ministry, remaining Assistant Curate of All Saints', Blackheath (Southwark).

CLARINGBULL. The Revd Keith Claringbull, Chaplain of Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham, University Hospital Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust (Birmingham).

CROSBIE. The Revd Timothy Crosbie, NSM of the Shoreline Benefice (St Edmundsbury & Ipswich): 31 August.

EVANS. The Revd Linda Evans, Priest-in-Charge of Dale and St Brides with Marloes and Herbrandston and Hasguard with St Ishmael's with Robeston West (St Davids): 31 July.

EVANS. The Ven. Alun Evans, Priest-in-Charge of Llanarthne and Llanddarog, Chair of the Diocesan Council for Social Responsibility, and Canon of St Davids Cathedral: 31 August, remaining Archdeacon Emeritus of Carmarthen (St Davids).

GRANT. The Revd Geoffrey Grant, Rector of Nacton and Levington with Bucklesham and Foxhall with Kirton and Falkenham, Chaplain of Orwell Park, Nacton, and Hon. Canon of St Edmundsbury Cathedral (St Edmundsbury & Ipswich): 30 November, becoming Canon Emeritus.

HAKE. The Revd Mark Hake, Assistant Curate of Wembdon (Bath & Wells): 23 July.

HIGHTON. The Revd Philip Highton, Vicar of All Hallows', Cheadle (Chester): 31 July.

HURST. The Revd Colin Hurst, Vicar of Wigan (Liverpool): 4 October.

IEVINS. The Revd Catherine Ievins, Warden of Readers: 20 September, remaining Rector of Barnwell, Hemington, Luddington in the Brook, Lutton, Polebrook and Thurning (Peterborough).

JENKINS. The Revd John Jenkins, Rector of Odcombe Brympton, Lufton and Montacute (Bath & Wells): 31 August.

KNOWLES. The Revd John Knowles, NSM (Associate Minister) of Norbury: 31 July, remaining Diocesan Warden of Readers, and NSM of Handforth (Chester).

LINGWOOD. The Revd David Lingwood, Rural Dean of Stoke-upon-Trent: 30 September, remaining Team Rector in the Stoke upon Trent Team Ministry, and Stoke Ecumenical Churches City Link Officer, and Prebendary of Lichfield Cathedral (Lichfield).

MAY. The Revd Dr John May, Rector of the North Cornwall Cluster, and Prebendary of St Endellion (Truro): 18 September.

MONTGOMERY. The Revd Mark Montgomery, NSM of Upton: 16 July, remaining diocesan Youth Officer (Chester).

PALMER. The Revd Terence Palmer, Hon. Priest-in-Charge of St Teilo's, Newport (Monmouth).

ROBB. The Revd Ian Robb, Vicar of Lower Cam with Coaley (Gloucester): 30 September.

THOMPSON. The Revd John Thompson, Rector of Humshaugh with Simonburn and Wark, and Hon. Canon of Newcastle Cathedral (Newcastle): 30 September.

WHITTON. The Revd Alisoun Whitton, NSM of Emmanuel Church, West Hampstead (London): 13 July.

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