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Resignations and retirements

07 November 2014

BALLENTYNE. The Revd Fiona Ballentayne, Assistant Curate of Walton-on-Trent with Croxall, Rosliston with Linton and Castle Gresley, of Stapenhill, and of Seale and Lullington with Coton in the Elms (Derby).

BEECH. The Revd Linda Beech, NSM (Associate Minister) of Watershed (Lichfield).

BICKERSTETH. The Revd David Bickersteth, Rector of Draycott-le-Moors with Forsbrook (Lichfield): 19 May 2015.

CLOSE. The Revd Timothy Close, Rector of Eglantine (Connor): 31 December.

DEAKIN. The Revd Christopher Deakin: Priest-in-Charge of Bicton, Montford with Shrawardine and Fitz, and of Leaton and Albrighton with Battlefield (Lichfield): 30 November.

DREW. The Revd Jennifer Drew, NSM (Associate Minister) of Emmanuel Church, Loughborough, with St Mary in Charnwood (Leicester).

EVANS. The Revd Gareth Evans, Priest-in-Charge of Stoke Gabriel and Collaton (Exeter): 31 December.

JESSOP. The Revd Gillian Jessop, Rector of Paston, Rural Dean of Peterborough, and Hon. Canon of Peterborough Cathedral (Peterborough): 30 April 2015, becoming Canon Emeritus.

JONES. The Revd David Jones, Vicar of St Thomas with St Oswald, Sunderland (Durham).

ROBINSON. The Revd Christopher Robinson, Team Vicar in the Shirwell, Loxhore, Kentisbury, Arlington, East Down, Bratton Fleming, Challacombe and Stoke Rivers Team Ministry (Exeter): 12 November.

SILVESTER. The Revd Christine Silvester, Assistant Chaplain of Royal Wolverhampton Hospitals NHS Trust, remaining NSM (Associate Minister) of Shelfield and High Heath (Lichfield).

WOOD. The Revd Richard Wood, Priest-in-Charge of Aberporth with Blaenporth with Betws Ifan (St Davids): 31 December.

WRIGHT. The Revd Timothy Wright, Bishop's Assistant Adviser on the Paranormal (Derby), remaining Chaplain of HM Young Offenders Institution Glen Parva (Leicester).

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