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Resignations and retirements

22 April 2016

Provost retires

THE Very Revd Maureen Ryan, Provost of Tuam Cathedral, Canon of Killala Cathedral, and NS Assistant Priest of Galway with Kilcummin in Tuam, Killala & Achonry diocese, since 2013, has retired.

Archdeacon resigns

THE Ven. Peter Potter, Archdeacon of Switzerland, in Europe diocese, since 2009, and Chaplain of St Ursula’s, Berne, in that diocese, since 2008, has resigned with effect from 13 July. Before those posts, he held appointments in Salisbury, Chester, and Glasgow & Galloway dioceses.


ABLETT. The Revd Jennifer Ablett, Hon. Assistant Curate of Claydon and Barham (St Edmundsbury & Ipswich).

ALLAN. The Revd Peter Allan, Rector of Ansley and Arley (Coventry): 30 June.

BOND. The Revd Marian Bond, Assistant Curate of Tunstall and Bredgar, and Assistant Diocesan Director of Ordinands (Canterbury): 31 July.

BROOKS. The Revd Ian Brooks, Vicar of St Paul’s, Croxteth (Liverpool).

CLEMENCE. The Revd Paul Clemence, Vicar of Little Thornton (Blackburn).

CROOK. The Revd Marie Crook, Hon. Assistant Curate of Over Darwen and Hoddlesden (Blackburn): 1 May.

ELLERY. The Revd Ian Ellery, Rector of Cawood with Ryther and Wistow (York): 27 June.

FUDGER. The Revd Michael Fudger, Rector of St Peter de Merton with St Cuthbert, Bedford (St Albans): 1 September.

GEAR. The Rt Revd Michael Gear, Hon. Assistant Bishop (Canterbury), remaining Hon. Assistant Bishop (Rochester).

HENSHALL. The Revd Keith Henshall, Vicar of Holme-In-Cliviger with Worsthorne (Blackburn).

HUDSON. The Revd John Hudson, Vicar of Coppull, and Rector of St John’s, Coppull (Blackburn): 26 April.

HULSE. The Revd Janet Hulse, OLM in the All Saints’ Team Ministry, Salford, remaining Chaplain of Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust (Manchester).

JOHNSTON. The Revd Austin Johnston, Vicar of Stanley and South Moor (Durham).

JONES. The Revd Karen Jones, Assistant Curate of Stoke Gifford (Bristol).

KNIBBS. The Revd Peter Knibbs, Vicar of St Mary’s, Monkseaton (Newcastle): 30 April.

KNIGHT. The Revd Susan Knight, Priest-in-Charge of Roydon, and Team Vicar in the Harlow Town Centre with Little Parndon Team Ministry (Chelmsford): 31 May.

LEDBETTER. The Revd Dr Shannon Ledbetter, Community Canon Residentiary of Blackburn Cathedral (Blackburn).

LEVERTON. The Revd Judith Leverton, Chaplain to Deaf People (Sheffield): 26 April.

MACNAUGHTON. The Revd Diana Macnaughton, Priest-in-Charge of St Silas’s, Byker (Newcastle): 31 August.

MATTHEWS. The Revd Joan Matthews, Team Rector in the Newton Team Ministry, Area Dean of Winwick, and Hon. Canon of Liverpool Cathedral (Liverpool): 29 May.

PHILLIPS. The Revd Sandra Phillips, Hon. Assistant Curate (Assistant Priest) of Portsdown (Portsmouth): 1 May.

PILGRIM. The Revd Mark Pilgrim, Area Dean of Bristol West: 31 May, remaining Vicar of Henleaze, and Hon. Canon of Bristol Cathedral (Bristol).

REID. The Revd Stewart Reid, Vicar of Christ Church, Southport (Liverpool): 1 May.

SPEAR. The Revd Andrew Spear, Vicar of Oldland, and Priest-in-Charge of Longwell Green (Bristol): 31 May.

TERRY. The Revd Christopher Terry, Team Rector in the Great Yarmouth Team Ministry, Rural Dean of Great Yarmouth, and Hon. Canon of Norwich Cathedral (Norwich): 30 September.

THAYER. The Revd Michael Thayer, Priest-in-Charge of Highweek (Exeter): 31 May.

VENN. The Revd Dr Richard Venn, Priest-in-Charge of Len Valley, and Area Dean of North Downs (Canterbury): 30 September.

WILLIAMS. The Revd Robert Williams, Vicar of St David’s, Childwall, and of All Saints’, Stoneycroft (Liverpool): 30 May.

WILLIAMS. The Revd Dr Susan Williams, Vicar of Balderstone Mellor and Samlesbury (Blackburn): 1 May.

WRIGHT. The Revd Judith Wright, Assistant Curate (Associate Minister) of Bradninch and Clyst Hydon, and of Broadhembury Payhembury and Plymtree (Exeter).

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