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Resignations and retirements

27 May 2016

BAILEY. The Revd Mark Bailey, Team Rector in the Holy Trinity with St Paul Team Ministry, Cheltenham, and Hon. Canon of Gloucester Cathedral (Gloucester): 1 June.
BROADBENT. The Revd Paul Broadbent, Hon. Priest-in-Charge of Fairwarp (Chichester): 31 May.
CLARKE. The Revd Francis Clarke, OLM Assistant Curate of the Weybourne Group (Norwich).
DOYLE. The Revd Michael Doyle, Rector of the North Beltisloe Group (Lincoln).
EASTELL. The Revd Jane Eastell, Diocesan Adviser in Spirituality: 31 July, remaining Assistant Curate (Assistant Priest) of St Mary Magdalene and St John the Evangelist, Taunton (Bath & Wells).
HOBBINS. The Revd Susan Hobbins, Clergy Widows and Widowers Officer (Winchester).
McCARTY. The Revd Dr Colin McCarty, Hon. Assistant Curate of Exning with Landwade, and Bishop’s Officer for Self-Supporting Ministry (St Edmundsbury & Ipswich).
ROTHWELL. The Revd Dr John Rothwell, Co-ordinating Chaplain of Somerset Partnership NHS Foundation Trust (Bath & Wells).
SACKLEY. The Revd Caroline Sackley, Priest-in-Charge of All Saints’, the Vendée, France (Europe): 3 October (diocesan correction).
SAX. The Revd Katharine Sax, Priest-in-Charge of Churchill and Langford, and Local Mission Enabler for Mendip Vale (Bath & Wells): 4 September.
SELLERS. The Revd Dr Anthony Sellers, Vicar of St Paul’s, Luton, Assistant Area Dean of Luton, and Hon. Canon of St Albans Cathedral (St Albans): 1 November.
TAYLOR. The Revd Richard Taylor, Rector of St John the Baptist’s, Weston-super-Mare (Bath & Wells): 31 July.
TIMINGS. The Revd Julie Timings, Vicar of the Elloe Stone parishes (Lincoln).

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