Resignations and retirements

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12 May 2017

BOYLE. The Revd Paul Boyle, Priest-in-Charge of Jeffreyston with Reynoldston and Loveston and Martletwy with Lawrenny and Yerbeston (St Davids).

BRAE. The Revd Yvonne Brae, Assistant Curate (Associate Priest) of Sodbury Vale (Glocester):

BROWN. The Revd David Brown, Assistant Curate of St Barnabas’s, Woodside Park (London): 31 May.

EDGE. The Revd Darren Edge, Assistant Curate of Werrington and Wetley Rocks (Lichfield): 27 August.

GRAHAM. The Revd James Graham, Vicar of Eccleshall and Rural Dean of Eccleshall (Lichfield): 30 July.

GRIEVE. The Revd Judith Grieve, Vicar of Whorlton, and Chaplain of All Saints College Trust, and Diocesan Vocation Adviser (Newcastle): 31 July.

HAAROFF. The Revd Robert Haaroff, Priest-in-Charge of Astley, Clive, Grinshill and Hadnall, and Prebendary of Lichfield Cathedral (Lichfield): 31 May.

HALLIWELL. The Revd Christopher Halliwell, Vicar of Grimsargh (Blackburn): 1 August.

HOOD. The Revd Linda Hood, Assistant Curate (Associate Minister) of Burntwood, Chase Terrace, Chasetown and Hammerwich, with special responsibility for St John’s, Hammerwich (Lichfield): 1 October.

LE GRICE. The Revd Elizabeth Le Grice, Priest-in-Charge of Grwp Bro Ystwyth A Mynach (St Davids): 3 September.

LEATHARD. The Revd Professor Helen Leathard, Hon. Assistant Curate of Slyne with Hest and St Wilfrid’s, Halton with St Saviour’s Aughton (Blackburn).

MacGREGOR. The Revd Donald MacGregor, Priest-in-Charge of Llanrhian and Mathry with Grandstone with St Nicholas and Jordanston, and Ministry Team Leader of Pencader Local Ministry Area (St Davids): 30 June.

MAPES. The Revd David Mapes, Assistant Curate (Assistant Priest) of the Downs Benefice (Winchester).

NUNN. The Revd Peter Nunn, Priest-in-Charge of the Church of the Risen Lord, Preston (Blackburn): 31 July.

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