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Resignations and retirements

12 December 2014

BAILEY. The Revd Robert Bailey, Team Vicar in the Cannings and Redhorn Team Ministry (Salisbury): 31 January, remaining Canon Emeritus of Carlisle (Carlisle).

BURKE. The Revd Jonathan Burke, Team Rector in the White Horse Team Ministry, and Rural Dean of Heytesbury (Salisbury): 31 March.

BUTLER. The Revd Colin Butler, Army Chaplain: 15 February.

EDWARDS. The Revd Peter Edwards, Senior Chaplain of the Anglican Church of the Holy Spirit, Costa Blanca, Spain, and Hon. Canon of the Cathedral Chapter (Europe): 5 April.

FRANCE. The Revd Malcolm France, Rector of the Skegness Group (Lincoln): 15 December.

HOPEWELL. The Revd Jeffery Hopewell, Vicar of Old Dalby Nether Broughton, Saxelbye with Shoby, Grimston and Wartnaby, and Hon. Canon of Leicester Cathedral (Leicester): 30 April, becoming Canon Emeritus.

NOBLE. The Revd Eileen Noble, NSM of St Mary's, Monkseaton, and Hon. Canon of Newcastle Cathedral (Newcastle): 29 January.

POLLARD. The Revd Adrian Pollard, NSM (Associate Priest) in the Upper Wylye Valley Team Ministry (Salisbury).

TOMLINSON. The Revd John Tomlinson, Team Rector in the Upper Wylye Valley Team Ministry (Salisbury): 31 January.

TREW. The Revd Anne Trew, Assistant Curate of South Hayling (Portsmouth): 1 January.

WHITLEY. The Revd Rosemary Whitley, NSM (Associate Minister) of the Good Shepherd, Loughborough (Leicester): 8 April.

WILKINSON. The Revd Guy Wilkinson, Area Dean of Hammersmith and Fulham: 12 January, remaining Vicar of St Andrew's, Fulham Fields (London).

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