Resignations and retirements

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15 September 2017

BAKER. The Revd Alexander Baker, Vicar of Gisburn (Blackburn): 29 October.

BROCKLEHURST. The Revd John Brocklehurst, Vicar of Waddington with West Bradford (Blackburn): 30 November.

BRODIE. The Revd Ann Brodie, Vicar of St Margaret’s, Putney (Southwark): 31 October.

CHOI. The Revd Soon-Han Choi, Chaplain of Queen Mary Univesity of London, and of the University of West London (London).

CLAY. The Revd Timothy Clay, Rector of Ashingdon with South Fambridge, Canewdon and Paglesham (Chelmsford).

DAVIS. The Revd Ian Davis, Vicar of Hope, Castleton and Bradwell (Derby): 15 November (diocesan correction).

de BERRY. The Revd Barnabas de Berry, Area Dean of Canterbury, remaining Vicar of St Mary Bredin, Canterbury, Priest-in-Charge of All Saints’, Canterbury, and Hon. Canon of Canterbury Cathedral (Canterbury).

DUNN. The Revd Paul Dunn, Vicar of St Richard’s, Ham (Southwark).

EDWARDS. The Revd Rupert Edwards, NS Assistant Curate of St Paul’s, Shadwell, with St James’s, Ratcliffe (London).

HOWSON. The Revd Anne Howson, Priest-in-Charge of Brightlingsea (Chelmsford): 31 October.

JONES. The Revd April Jones, NS Assistant Curate of Badgeworth, Shurdington and Witcombe with Bentham (Gloucester): 30 September.

MAYNE. The Revd Brian Mayne, Chaplain of HM Prison Kirkham, and Hon. Canon of Blackburn Cathedral (Blackburn), becoming Canon Emeritus.

NUNN. The Revd Christine Nunn, NS Assistant Curate (Assistant Priest) of Kesgrave (St Edmundsbury & Ipswich).

POPE. The Revd Guy Pope, Vicar of St Mary’s, Brookfield, and Prebendary of St Paul’s Cathedral (London): 31 October.

SHAW. The Revd Jonathan Shaw, Vicar of St Paul’s, Mill Hill (London): 31 October.

SHELTON. The Revd Ian Shelton, Vicar of Rowley Regis, Area Dean of Warley, and Birmingham Archdeaconry Bishop’s Adviser for Funeral Ministry (Birmingham): 14 January 2018.

SINCLAIR. The Revd Peter Sinclair, Vicar of Woodhorn with Newbiggin (Newcastle): 30 November.

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