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Resignations and retirements

13 November 2015

BEAVIS. The Revd Sandra Beavis, Priest-in-Charge of Soberton with Newtown (Portsmouth): 6 March 2016.

BECK. The Revd Dr Michael Beck, Priest-in-Charge of St Cuthbert’s, East Rainton, and of St Mary’s, West Rainton: 31 December, remaining Tutor of Lindisfarne Regional Training Partnership for the North East (Durham).

BURN. The Revd Michael Burn, NS Assistant Curate of Wath-upon-Dearne (Sheffield): 22 February 2016.

CAPIE. The Revd Fergus Capie, Priest-in-Charge of the Bure Valley (Norwich): 12 January 2016.

CLUNE. The Revd David Clune, Vicar of Sutton (York).

DAVIES. The Revd Christopher Davies, Rural Dean of Humbleyard, remaining Vicar of Wymondham (Norwich), and Hon. Canon of Southwark Cathedral (Southwark).

FOSTER. The Revd Susan Foster, Vicar of Upper Denver (Winchester): 28 February 2016.

GRIFFITHS. The Revd Garrie Griffiths, Vicar of Youlgreave, Middleton, Stanton-In-Peak and Birchover, and Spiritual Direction Adviser (Derby): 31 March 2016.

HOBLEY. The Revd Susan Hobley, Vicar of Wath-upon-Dearne (Sheffield): 22 February 2016.

McREYNOLDS. The Revd Kenneth McReynolds, Rector of Lambeg, and Canon of Connor Cathedral (Connor): 31 January 2016.

RICHARDSON. The Revd Elaine Richardson, Vicar of Herne, and Area Dean of Reculver (Canterbury): 31 January 2016.

RODERICK. The Revd Philip Roderick, Bishop’s Adviser in Spirituality (Sheffield): 29 February 2016.

SLATER. The Revd Thomas Slater, NSM in the Poplar Team Ministry (London).

SULLIVAN. The Revd Julian Sullivan, Vicar of St Mary’s, Bramall Lane, Hon. Canon of Sheffield Cathedral, and Bishop’s Urban Adviser (Sheffield): 31 January 2016.

TWISLETON. The Revd Peter Twisleton, Vicar of St John’s, Seaham Harbour, and Dawdon (Durham): 15 December.

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