Resignations and retirements

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14 July 2017

BEADLE. The Revd Liam Beadle, Vicar of Honley (Leeds): 1 Novem­ber.

HAZELTON. The Revd Dr Michael Hazelton, Vicar of Danby with Castleton and Commondale, of Moorsholm, and of Westerdale, and Area Dean of Whitby (York): 17 September.

JENKINS. The Revd Anne Jenkins, Priest-in-Charge of St Stephen’s, Costa Brava (Europe): 31 December.

KNIGHT. The Revd Peter Knight, Vicar of Malvern Link with Cow­leigh, and Rural Dean of Malvern (Worcester).

LAW. The Revd Elizabeth Law, house-for-duty Assistant Curate (As­­sociate Priest) of Bildeston with Wattisham and Lindsey, Whatfield with Semer, Nedging and Naughton (St Edmundsbury & Ipswich): 10 December.

MARTIN. The Revd Michelle Mar­tin, Assistant Curate of Two Mile Hill, of Fishponds, and of St Aidan with St George, Bristol (Bristol).

OSTLER. The Revd Christine Ostler, Hon. Priest-in-Charge of St Barnabas’s, Wellingborough (Peter­borough): 31 October.

STARKEY. The Revd Naomi Star­key, Vicar of St Margaret’s, Ingol (Black­­burn).

STEVENETTE. The Revd Simon Stevenette, Area Dean of Swindon, remaining Vicar of Christ Church, Swindon, and Hon. Canon of Bristol Cathedral (Bristol).

STOCKTON. The Revd Dr Ian Stockton, Canon Chancellor of Black­­­burn Cathedral (Blackburn): 31 October.

THEWLIS. The Revd Dr John Thewlis, Rector of All Saints’, Car­shalton, and Hon. Canon of South­wark Cathedral (Southwark): 1 October, becoming Hon. Canon Em­­eritus.

THOMSON. The Revd Christopher Thomson, Priest-in-Charge of St Barnabas’s, Purley, and of All Saints’, Kenley (Southwark).

WATTS. The Revd Angela Watts, Lead Chaplain of Hampshire Hos­­pitals NHS Foundation Trust (Win­­chester).

WHIFFIN. The Revd Vanessa Whiffin, Assistant Curate of Marsh­field with Cold Ashton and Tor­marton with West Littleton (Bris­tol): 5 September.

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