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Resignations and retirements

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16 December 2016

ASHTON. The Revd Joan Ashton, Lead Chaplain and Co-ordinator of Chaplaincy Services of Rotherham General Hospitals NHS Trust (Sheffield): 31 March 2017.

DONNELLY. The Revd Trevor Donnelly, Team Vicar in the Ravensbourne Team Ministry (Southwark): 20 January 2017.

LANG. The Revd William Lang, Team Rector in the Cannings and Redhorn Team Ministry (Salisbury).

MOLLOY. The Revd Heather Molloy, Area Dean of Walmsley: 24 March 2017, remaining OLM of Harwood (Manchester).

PERSSON. The Very Revd Michael Persson, Dean and Rector of the Swedish Church in London (Southwark).

SAUNDERS. The Revd Joan Saunders, Hon. Priest-in-Charge of Great Casterton and Little Casterton with Pickworth and Tickencote, and Oakham Archdeaconry Self-Supporting Ministry Officer (Peterborough): 31 December.

SCOTT. The Revd Kevin Scott, Diocesan Mothers’ Union Chaplain: 31 December, remaining Vicar of St John the Baptist, Malden (Southwark).

VASETHE. The Revd Sister Veronica Vasethe CSC, Hon. Assistant Curate of St Andrew’s, Ham (Southwark): 25 December.

YATES. The Revd Michael Yates, Rector of Seale and Lullington with Coton in the Elms, and Assistant Curate of Walton-On-Trent with Croxall, Rosliston with Linton and Castle Gresley (Minister Responsible for Linton and Castle Gresley) (Derby): 3 March 2017.

Correction. The Revd Daniel Pierce has not resigned as Pioneer Team Vicar in the Billericay and Little Burstead Team Ministry. We apologise for the error.

Diocesan correction. The Revd Faith Wakeling, Assistant Curate (Associate Priest) in the Plaistow and North Canning Town Team Ministry (Chelmsford), remains in post.

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