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Resignations and retirements

20 May 2016

BEVINGTON. The Revd David Bevington, Vicar of Calbourne with Newtown, of Thorley, and of Shalfleet (Portsmouth): 1 September.
BURMAN. The Revd Philip Burman, Vicar of St Christopher’s, Norris Green,Liverpool (Liverpool): 25 October.
BUSHELL. The Revd Linda Bushell, Hon. Assistant Curate (Assistant Priest) of Bembridge (Portsmouth): 12 June.
BUTCHER. The Revd Ann Butcher, Hon. Assistant Curate (Associate Priest) of Chacewater with St Day and Carharrack, of Feock, of St Stythians with Perranarworthal and Gwennap, and of Devoran (Truro): 26 June.
BUTTERWORTH. The Revd Gillian Butterworth, Co-ordinator of the Bishop’s Certificate in Pastoral Ministry, Hon. Parish Deacon of Outwood, Chaplain of Wakefield Hospice, and Hon. Canon of Wakefield Cathedral (Wakefield), becoming Canon Emeritus of Wakefield Cathedral (Leeds).
CLAPHAM. The Revd Kenneth Clapham, Vicar of Over Kellet (Blackburn): 31 July.
COLLINSON. The Revd Leslie Collinson, Vicar of St Barnabas’s, Darwen (Blackburn): 4 July.
COOK. The Revd Christopher Cook, Vicar of St Agnes and St Pancras, Toxteth Park (Liverpool): 14 September, remaining Hon. Canon of Wiawso Cathedral (Wiawso, West Africa).
CORKE. The Revd Bryan Corke, NS Assistant Curate (Associate Priest) of Urmston, and of Christ Church, Davyhulme (Manchester): 29 May.
CRAWFORD. The Revd Ivy Crawford, Priest-in-Charge of Broxted with Chickney and Tilty and Great and Little Easton, Continuing Ministerial Education Adviser, and Hon. Canon of Chelmsford Cathedral (Chelmsford): 30 June.
DAVIDGE-SMITH. The Revd Margaret Davidge-Smith, Chaplain of London Northwest Healthcare NHS Trust, and of Chelsea and Westminster NHS foundation Trust at West Middlesex University Hospital (London): 31 May.
DORAN. The Revd Roy Doran, Vicar of Knotty Ash (Liverpool): 31 July.
FAGBEMI. The Revd Dr Olubunmi Fagbemi, Area Dean of East Haringey: 13 July, remaining Vicar of Holy Trinity, Tottenham (London).
HANKE. The Revd Hilary Hanke, Priest-in-Charge of St Thomas the Martyr, Upholland (Liverpool), remaining Canon Emeritus of Worcester Cathedral (Worcester).
HAWKINS. The Ven. John Hawkins, Area Dean of West Barnet: 13 July, remaining Archdeacon of Hampstead, and Prebendary of St Paul’s Cathedral (London).
JAMES. The Revd Richard James, Area Dean of Enfield: 13 July, remaining Vicar of Christ Church, Trent Park, Enfield (London).
JONES. The Revd Clive Jones, Vicar of Attleborough (Coventry): 4 July (diocesan correction).
JONES. The Revd Susan Jones, Team Vicar in the Maghull and Melling Team Ministry (Liverpool): 31 October.
LAWES. The Revd Timothy Lawes, Vicar of Swaffham and Sporle, and Chaplain of Swaffham Community Hospital (Norwich): 17 June.
McLEAN. The Revd Robert McLean, house-for-duty Priest-in-Charge of Wylam (Newcastle): 30 June.
MELDRUM. The Revd Andrew Meldrum, Area Dean of South Camden: 31 July, remaining Vicar of St Anne’s, Highgate Rise, Brookfield (London).
MILFORD. The Revd Graham Milford, Vicar of Newburgh with Westhead (Liverpool): 24 July.
MITCHELL. The Revd Brenda Mitchell, Priest-in-Charge of St Thomas’s, Oldham Moorside (Manchester): 31 October.
MITCHELL. The Revd Christopher Mitchell, Auxiliary Area Dean of Enfield: 13 July, remaining Vicar of St Peter with St Martin, Edmonton (London).
MORTON. The Revd Judith Morton, Vicar of St Leonards and St Ives (Winchester): 3 July.
NEWMAN. The Revd David Newman, Rector of Weeley and Little Clacton (Chelmsford): 31 May.
OAKLEY. The Revd Paul Oakley, Vicar of Totley: 31 October.
WHITLEY. The Revd John Whitley, Vicar of St Paul’s, Hatton Hill, Litherland (Liverpool): 15 August.
WREN. The Revd Ann Wren, Parish Deacon of Marton (Blackburn): 31 July.
WREN. The Revd Christopher Wren, Vicar of Marton (Blackburn): 31 July.

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