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Resignations and retirements

22 July 2016

BELL. The Revd Shena Bell, Rector of Raunds, Hargrave, Ringstead and Stanwick (Peterborough): 28 February (diocesan correction).

BOSTOCK. The Revd Peter Bostock CMP, Vicar of Grangetown (Durham): 3 August.

CARTER. The Revd Barry Carter, Vicar of St Michael and All Angels, Lancing (Chichester): 23 July.

CHAVNER. The Revd Robert Chavner, Vicar of St Nicholas’s, Brighton (Chichester): 31 July.

CONNOR. The Revd Geoffrey Connor, Team Rector in the Epping District Team Ministry, and Hon. Canon of Chelmsford Cathedral (Chelmsford): 31 August.

ELKINGTON. The Revd David Elkington, Assistant Curate of Bodmin with Lanhydrock and Lanivet, and of St Tudy with St Mabyn and Michaelstow, and Rural Dean of Trigg Minor and Bodmin (Truro): 31 July.

GILLINGHAM. The Revd Michael Gillingham, Rector of Frecheville, and Chaplain of the South Yorkshire Police (Sheffield): 15 September.

HILLS. The Revd Christine Hills, Priest-in-Charge of Mistley with Manningtree and Bradfield (Chelmsford): 31 October.

KEIGHTLEY. The Revd Trevor Keightley, Vicar of St Luke’s, Worsbrough Common, with St Thomas and St James, Worsbrough (Sheffield): 30 September.

MASON. The Revd Charles Mason, Vicar of St Michael’s, Braintree (Chelmsford): 1 August.

MASON. The Revd David Mason, Clergy Retirement Officer for Bedford Archdeaconry (St Albans).

MILLS. The Revd Anne Mills, NS Assistant Curate of Kilmington, Stockland, Dalwood, Yarcombe and Shute, (5 Alive Mission Community) (Exeter).

PAGE. The Revd Lynda Page, Priest-in-Charge of Lyng, Sparham, Elsing, Bylaugh, Bawdeswell and Foxley (Norwich): 24 October.

SMITH. The Revd James Smith, Clergy Retirement Officer for Hertford Archdeaconry (St Albans).

THORBURN. The Revd Guy Thorburn, Area Dean of St Osyth, remaining Vicar of St John’s, Great Clacton, and Hon. Canon of Chelmsford Cathedral (Chelmsford).

WILSON. The Revd Susan Wilson, Priest-in-Charge of Heversham and Milnthorpe (Carlisle): 1 October.

WISE. The Revd David Wise, Vicar of Mexborough (Sheffield): 5 August.

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