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Resignations and retirements

19 February 2016

Dean to retire

THE Very Revd James Atwell, Dean of Winchester, in that diocese, since 2006, will retire in June. Before his present appointment, he had been Provost of St Edmundsbury Cathedral, in St Edmundsbury & Ipswich diocese, from 1995 to 2000, and its Dean from 2000 to 2006.


DUNN. The Revd David Dunn, Priest-in-Charge of Llanfair Caereinion, Llanllugan and Manafon (St Asaph): 1 July.

DUNN. The Revd Mary Dunn, NSM of Llanfair Caereinion, Llanllugan and Manafon (St Asaph): 1 July.

EDMONDS. The Revd Tony Edmonds, Area Dean of Akeley East, and Team Vicar in the Kegworth, Hathern, Long Whatton, Diseworth, Belton And Osgathorpe Team Ministry (Leicester): as Area Dean: 29 July; as Team Vicar: 30 August.

FRY. The Revd David Fry, Vicar of Heeley, and Area Dean of Attercliffe (Sheffield): 6 June.

GAYLER. The Revd Roger Gayler, Priest-in-Charge of Lambourne with Abridge and Stapleford Abbotts (Chelmsford): 2 April.

HARDY. The Revd Lesley Hardy, NS Assistant Curate of Barham Downs (Canterbury): 31 July.

HARDY. The Revd Stephen Hardy, Priest-in-Charge of Barham Downs, and Area Dean of East Bridge (Canterbury): 31 July.

HARPER. The Revd Dr David Harper, Rector of Bingham (Southwell & Nottingham): 30 April.

HEMSTOCK. The Revd Pat Hemstock, Vicar of Calverton (Southwell & Nottingham): 30 June

HOPKINS. The Revd Richard Hopkins, Rector of Sileby, Cossington, and Seagrave (Leicester): 31 July.

IEVINS. The Revd Catherine Ievins, Rector of Barnwell, Hemington, Luddington in the Brook, Lutton, Polebrook and Thurning (Peterborough): 31 May.

PALMER. The Revd Steven Palmer, Rector of Great with Little Billing (Peterborough): 30 April.

SHIPLEY. The Revd Christopher Shipley, Rector of Eastchurch with Leysdown and Harty (Canterbury): 15 June.

WARD. The Revd Rosemary Ward, Rector of Sawtry and Glatton (Ely): 4 July.

WIEGMAN. The Revd Jacqueline Wiegman, NS Assistant Curate of Longthorpe and of Bretton, remaining Senior Chaplain of HM Prison Peterborough (Peterborough).

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