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Resignations and retirements

10 February 2017

AINSCOUGH. The Revd Malcolm Ainscough, Rector of Hasland, and Vicar of Temple Normanton (Derby): 5 June.

AUSTIN. The Revd Angela Austin, Hon. Assistant Curate of South Cerney with Cerney Wick, Sidding­ton and Preston (Gloucester).

BILLINGHURST. The Revd Rich­ard Billinghurst, Rector of Skelling­thorpe with Doddington, and Rural Dean of Graffoe (Lin­coln): 1 August.

BISSON. The Revd Elaine Bisson, NS Assistant Curate (Associate Rector) of Bromborough (Chester).

BRIGHTON. The Revd Margaret Brighton, Vicar of the Lickey (Bir­mingham): 31 August.

COSLETT. The Revd Anthony Coslett, Assistant Curate (Associate Minister) of Broughton Astley and Croft with Stoney Stanton (Leices­ter): 1 May.

DENT. The Revd Michael Dent, Vicar of Warkworth and Acklington (Newcastle): 31 May.

EVERETT. The Revd David Everett, Rector of Goodmanham, and Vicar of Market Weighton, and of Sancton (York): 17 September.

GRIFFISS. The Revd Helen Griffiss, Vicar of Mudeford, Assistant Area Dean of Christchurch, and Hon. Canon of Winchester Cathedral (Win­­­chester): 31 May.

HATHORNE. The Revd Mark Hathorne, Team Vicar in the Bilston Team Ministry (Lichfield): 30 April.

HYDE. The Revd Dr Jeremy Hyde, Vicar of Finham (Coventry): 1 May.

KNOWLES. The Revd John Knowles, Diocesan Warden of Read­ers, remaining NSM of Hand­forth (Chester).

LANGAN. The Revd Michael Langan, Rector of the Shellrock Benefice: Great and Little Elling­ham, Rockland All Saints, Rock-land St Peter and Shropham with Snetterton (Norwich): 28 Feb-

MANNINGS. The Revd Andrew Mannings, Vicar of the Resurrec­tion, Liscard (Chester): 12 July.

McFADYEN. The Revd Mair McFadyen, Assistant Curate of St George’s, Colegate, Norwich, and Hon. Canon of Norwich Cathedral (Norwich): 23 April, becoming Canon Emeritus.

McFADYEN. The Revd Phillip McFadyen, Priest-in-Charge of St George’s, Colegate, Norwich, Play­house Theatre Chaplain, Religious Adviser of Anglia TV, and Hon. Canon of Norwich Cathedral: 23 April, remaining Bishop’s Adviser for the Visual Arts, and becoming Canon Emeritus (Norwich).

McINTYRE. The Revd Evelyn McIntyre, Vicar of Stourport-on-Severn and Wilden (Worcester).

PAY. The Revd Norman Pay, Vicar of St Leonard and St Jude, Don­caster, and Priest-in-Charge of Moor­ends (Sheffield): 30 Septem­ber.

RATTENBERRY. The Revd Chris­to­pher Rattenberry, Vicar of Ravens­­head (Southwell & Notting­ham): 30 September.

RAYMOND. The Very Revd Walter Raymond, Chaplain of St Paul’s, Monte Carlo, Monaco (Europe): 3 July.

ROWLEY. The Revd John Rowley, OLM of Mitford and Hebron (New­castle).

SHORT. The Revd Heather Short, Rector of the Maund Group (Hereford): 31 May.

SKINNER. The Revd Jean Skinner, Hon. Assistant Curate (Assistant Priest) of Newcastle Cathedral, and Chaplain to the People’s Kitchen (Newcastle): 28 February.

TEBBY. The Revd Janet Tebby, Team Vicar in the Oakham Team Ministry, with particular respons­ibility for Whissendine, Teigh, Market Overton and Ashwell, and Peterborough Area Subwarden of Readers (Peterborough): 30 April.

TURNER. The Revd Lorraine Turner, Vicar of Legbourne and Wold Marsh, and Rural Dean of Louthesk (Lincoln).

WALKER. The Revd Trevor Walker, Rector of the Binbrook Group (Lincoln): 31 March.

WALLACE. The Revd Brenda Wallace, Priest-in-Charge of
Ret­ten­don and Hullbridge, and Roch­ford Deanery Mission Devel­opment Adviser (Chelmsford): 30 April.

WHITNEY. The Revd Charles Edward Whitney, NS Assistant Curate (Associate Priest) of St Mary’s, Tewkesbury, with Walton Cardiff and Twyning, and of Deerhurst and Apperley with Fort­hampton, Chaceley, Tredington, Stoke Orchard and Hardwicke (Glouces­­ter): 9 May.

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