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Resignations and retirements

23 September 2016

ALLCOCK. The Revd Jeremy Allcock, Area Dean of Paddington: 30 September, remaining Vicar of St Stephen with St Luke, Paddington, and of St Matthew’s, Bayswater (London).

ASHURST. The Revd Judith Ashurst, Assistant Curate (Associate Vicar) of Chester le Street (Durham): 30 September.

BARKER. The Revd Joyce Barker, Hon. Assistant Curate of Hatfield (Sheffield): 23 September.

BRACEWELL. The Revd Norma Bracewell, Assistant Curate (Associate Priest) of St Andrew with St Osmund, Derby, and of Allenton and Shelton Lock (Derby).

COLLINGWOOD. The Revd Deryck Collingwood, Rector of St Mary’s, Dalmahoy (Edinburgh): 30 September.

FINNEMORE. The Revd James Finnemore, Rector of Garrowby Hill (York): 31 October.

KING. The Revd Malcolm King, Team Rector in the Stroud Team Ministry, and Area Dean of Stroud Deanery (Gloucester): 30 September.

MAPSTONE. The Revd Trevor Mapstone, Area Dean of Croydon Central, remaining Vicar of Emmanuel Church, South Croydon, and Hon. Canon of Southwark Cathedral (Southwark).

OWEN. The Revd Geoffrey Owen, Area Dean of Battersea, remaining Vicar of Christ Church and St Stephen, Battersea (Southwark).

ROSE. The Revd Pamela Rose, OLM of the Stow Group (Lincoln): 30 September.

SANDERS. The Revd Pamela Sanders, Rector of Crathorne, and Vicar of Kirklevington with Picton, and High and Low Worsall, and of Rudby in Cleveland with Middleton (York): 31 January 2017.

WARNER. The Revd Nigel Warner, Vicar of Heworth (Durham): 30 September.

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