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Resignations and retirements

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28 August 2015

COLLISON. The Revd Christopher Collison, Priest-in-Charge of St Hilda’s, Hartlepool, and Port Chaplain of the Mission to Seafarers (Durham): 30 September.

ELLISON. The Revd Sandra Ellison, Rector of Ashmanhaugh, Barton Turf, Beeston St Laurence, Horning, Irstead and Neatishead (Norwich): 30 September.

HUMPHRIES. The Revd David Humphries, Rector of Moreton Corbet, and Vicar of Shawbury and of Stanton on Hine Heath (Lichfield): 30 September.

JOYCE. The Revd Martin Joyce, Priest-in-Charge of Upper Nar (Great and Little Dunham with Great and Little Fransham, and of Litcham with Kempston, East and West Lexham, Mileham, Beeston-Next-Mileham, Stanfield, Tittleshall and Godwick) (Norwich): 17 September.

MAIS. The Revd Jeremy Mais, NSM (Associate Priest) of Hambleden Valley (Oxford).

MORRIS. The Revd Stephen Morris, Adviser on Disability Issues: 10 September, remaining Chaplain among Deaf and Hard of Hearing People (Gloucester).

WALLACE. The Revd Robert Wallace, Rector of Hutton (Chelmsford): 30 September.

WRIGHT. The Revd Michael Wright, NSM (Associate Priest) of Woodchester and Brimscombe (Gloucester): 1 September.

WYNBURNE. The Revd John Wynburne, Vicar of Long Crendon with Chearsley and Nether Winchendon, and Hon. Canon of Christ Church, Oxford (Oxford): 31 August.

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