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Resignations

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27 November 2015

Bishop to retire

THE Rt Revd Christopher Edmondson, Bishop of Bolton since 2008, will retire on 30 June 2016. Before his present appointment, he was Warden of Lee Abbey and had held posts in the dioceses of Bradford, Carlisle, and Wakefield.

 

ALDERSLEY. The Revd Ian Aldersley, joint Retirement Chaplain (Derby).

BARRON. The Revd Arthur Barron, NSM of Woodmansterne (Southwark).

HARGRAVE. The Revd Alan Hargrave, Canon Missioner of Ely Cathedral (Ely): 17 February 2016.

HOPKINS. The Revd Gillian Hopkins, Team Vicar of Holy Innocents’, High Beach, in the Waltham Holy Cross Team Ministry (Chelmsford): 1 February 2016.

HORWELL. The Revd Dr Elizabeth Horwell, Rector of St Mary with Christ Church, Wanstead (Chelmsford): 31 January 2016.

IRWIN-CLARK. The Revd Peter Irwin-Clark, Team Rector in the Broadwater Team Ministry (Chichester).

JONES. The Revd Malcolm Jones, Vicar of Heathfield (Chichester).

JORDAN. The Revd Trevor Jordan, NSM (Associate Minister) of Long Buckby with Watford and West Haddon with Winwick (Peterborough): 1 January 2016.

MOSELEY. The Revd Hugh Moseley, Hon. Assistant Curate of Winchelsea and Ickelsham, in charge of St Nicolas’s, Ickelsham (Chichester).

LIVERSIDGE. The Revd Linda Liversidge, Priest-in-Charge of Willingham (Ely): 18 January 2016.

RICHES. The Revd Malcolm Riches, house-for-duty Assistant Curate (Associate Priest) of Caldbeck, Castle Sowerby and Sebergham (Carlisle): 1 February 2016.

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