Resignations and retirements

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01 January 2016

BELL. The Revd Jon Bell, Priest-in-Charge of Kelloe and Coxhoe, and of Chilton, and Hon. Canon of Durham Cathedral (Durham): 31 January.

BRUNT. The Revd Philippa Brunt, Area Dean of Forest South, remaining Vicar of Parkend and Viney Hill, and Hon. Canon of Gloucester Cathedral (Gloucester).

DENNIS. The Revd Drucilla Dennis, Priest-in-Charge of Brading with Yaverland (Portsmouth): 31 January.

FOULIS BROWN. The Revd Graham Foulis Brown, Rector of Rotherfield Peppard and Kidmore End and Sonning Common, and Hon. Canon of Christ Church, Oxford (Oxford).

GEORGE. The Revd Robert George, NS Associate Priest of Brimpsfield with Birdlip, Syde, Daglingworth, the Duntisbournes, Winstone, Miserden and Edgeworth (Gloucester): 31 January.

GREEN. The Revd Linda Green, Vicar of St Mary’s, Banbury, and Hon. Canon of Christ Church, Oxford (Oxford).

HEARTFIELD. The Revd Peter Heartfield, Prior and Chaplain of St John’s Hospital, Canterbury, and of St Nicholas’s Hospital, Harbledown, remaining Canon Emeritus of Canterbury Cathedral (Canterbury).

HOPPER. The Revd Robert Hopper, Vicar of Lobley Hill and Marley Hill, Hillside (Durham); 31 January.

HUNTER. The Revd Malcolm Hunter, Co-ordinating Chaplain of Aylesbury Young Offender Institution (Oxford).

ILSLEY. The Revd Anne Ilsley, NSM (Associate Minister) in the Dorchester Team Ministry (Oxford).

IVISON. The Revd Norman Ivison, Director of Communications and Resources of Fresh Expressions.

ODDY-BATES. The Revd Julie Oddy-Bates, Assistant Curate of Loddon, Sisland, Chedgrave, Hardley and Langley: 1 January, remaining Priest-in-Charge of Gillingham with Geldeston with Stockton with Ellingham St Mary and Kirby Cane (Norwich).

REYNOLDS. The Revd Tracy Reynolds, Team Vicar in the North Wearside Team Ministry (Durham).

WORKMAN. The Revd Dr Michael Workman, NS Associate Priest of St Luke with St Mary and St Matthew, Cheltenham (Gloucester): 4 January.

 

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