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Resignations and retirements

16 January 2015

ARMAN. The Revd Brian Arman, Rector of Filton, and Hon. Canon of Bristol Cathedral (Bristol): 28 February.

BAINES. The Revd Alan Baines, Team Vicar in the Duston Team Ministry (Peterborough): 1 March.

BILLINGS. The Revd Valerie Billings, NSM of Ockbrook (Derby).

BLORE. The Revd John Blore, Team Rector in the Halstead Area Team, and Hon. Canon of Chelmsford Cathedral (Chelmsford): 1 February.

BROWN. The Revd Sandra Brown, OLM (Associate Priest) of St George's, Swallowbeck, Lincoln (Lincoln).

CADDY. The Revd Michael Caddy, Domestic Chaplain to the Bishops of Bath & Wells and of Taunton (Bath & Wells): 31 January.

CONNELL. The Revd Frederick Connell, Team Vicar in the Vale of Belvoir Parishes Team Ministry (Leicester): 3 March.

DARBYSHIRE. The Revd Paul Darbyshire, NSM of Quarrington with Old Sleaford.

DYER. The Revd Gillian Dyer, Vicar of West Pendleside (Blackburn): 28 February.

EDLIN-WHITE. The Revd Dr Rowena Edlin-White, NS Assistant Curate of Lowdham with Caythorpe, and Gunthorpe (Southwell & Nottingham).

FLINTHAM. The Revd Alan Flintham, NSM (Associate Priest) of Melbourne, Ticknall, Smisby and Stanton by Bridge (Derby): 29 April.

GREEN. The Revd Barrie Green, Priest-in-Charge of St Paul with St Agnes, Bristol (Bristol): 5 April.

GRIFFIN. The Revd Nigel Griffin, Chaplaincy Manager of Abertawe Bro Morgannwg University Health Board (Swansea & Brecon): 16 January.

HISCOCK. The Revd Phillip Hiscock, Assistant Curate of Alverstoke (Portsmouth).

LEACH. The Revd Clive Leach, NS Assistant Curate of Calbourne with Newtown, and of Shalfleet (Portsmouth).

LITTLEWOOD. The Revd Alan Littlewood, Priest-in-Charge of the Barkston and Hough Group, and of the Ancaster Wilsford Group (Lincoln).

MASSEY. The Revd George Massey, Vicar of Messingham (Lincoln).

MIDDLETON. The Revd Hugh Middleton, Priest-in-Charge of Bracebridge, and Vicar of Bracebridge Heath (Lincoln): 31 March.

MULLANEY. The Revd Jane Mullaney, OLM Assistant Curate (Associate Minister) of St John's, Kenilworth (Coventry): 31 March.

MURPHY. The Revd Deborah Murphy, Chaplain of the Palliative Care Centre of Walsall Healthcare NHS Trust (Lichfield).

NOKES. The Revd Peter Nokes, Rector of St Peter Mancroft with St John Maddermarket, Norwich, and Hon. Canon of Norwich Cathedral (Norwich): 31 March.

RAWLINGS. The Revd Elizabeth Rawlings, Warden of Pastoral Assistants, remaining Minister-in-Charge of Hamilton Conventional District (Leicester).

REYNOLDS. The Revd Rory Reynolds, Lead Chaplain of South West London and St George's Mental Health NHS Trust (Southwark).

ROBERTSON. The Revd James Robertson, Vicar of Whittingham and Edlingham with Bolton Chapel, Area Dean of Alnwick, and Hon. Canon of Newcastle Cathedral (Newcastle): 31 March.

ROGERS. The Revd Brian Rogers, Vicar of Warmington, Tansor and Cotterstock and Fotheringhay and Southwick (Peterborough): 9 May.

SCOTT. The Revd John Scott, Priest-in-Charge of Chipping and Whitewell (Blackburn): 16 February.

SMITH. The Revd Antoinette Smith, Vicar of Blackmore with Stondon Massey (Chelmsford): 14 February.

SUNLEY. The Revd Denis Sunley, OLM of Cannock and Huntington, remaining Assistant Chaplain of Walsall Hospitals NHS Trust (Lichfield).

WEYMONT. The Revd Dr Martin Weymont, Priest-in-Charge of Mells with Buckland Dinham, Elm, Whatley, Vobster and Chantry (Bath & Wells): 1 March.

WILSON. The Revd Judith Wilson, Rector of St Helen's, Norwich, Chaplain of the Great Hospital, Hon. Assistant Diocesan Director of Ordinands, and Hon. Canon of Norwich (Norwich): 31 January, becoming Hon. Canon Emeritus.

WITCOMBE. The Revd Simon Witcombe, Priest-in-Charge of Bilbrook and Coven, remaining Vicar of Codsall, and Rural Dean of Penkridge (Lichfield).

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