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Resignations and retirements

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21 April 2017

BOWMAN. The Revd Clifford Bow­man, Team Vicar in the Uxbridge Team Ministry (London): 31 May.

BOX. The Revd Jane Box, Rector of Wombwell (Sheffield): 3 May.

CASTLE. The Revd Brian Castle, Vicar of St Thomas’s, Garretts Green, and Tile Cross, Aston Arch­deaconry Bishop’s Adviser for Funeral Minis­try, and Hon. Canon of Birming­ham Cathedral (Birming­ham): 30 April.

CORCORAN. The Revd Daniel Corcoran, Assistant Curate (Pioneer Minister) of Bilborough and Strel­ley, and of Broxtowe (Southwell & Not­­tingham): 30 June.

HASELOCK. The Revd Jeremy Haselock, Canon Precentor and Vice-Dean of Norwich Cathedral (Norwich): 21 September, remain­ing Chaplain to the Queen.

HETHERINGTON. The Revd Char­lotte Hetherington, Assistant Curate (Associate Priest) of St Mary’s, Port­sea (Portsmouth).

ISAAC. The Revd David Isaac, As­­sociate Area Dean of the Isle of Wight: 30 April, remaining Canon Emeritus of Portsmouth Cathedral (Portsmouth).

JONES. The Revd Trevor Jones, Rector of St Peter’s, London Docks, with St John’s, Wapping (London): 7 August.

KERR. The Revd Frank Kerr, Healthcare Chaplain of Wythen­shawe Hospital (Manchester): 31 May.

KILFORD. The Revd Roy Kilford, house-for-duty Assistant Curate in the Daventry Team Ministry (Peter­borough): 31 May.

NOONAN. The Revd Deborah Noonan, Assistant Curate of St Neots, and Assistant Curate in charge of Eynesbury (Ely): 16 July.

REYNOLDS. The Revd Marion Reynolds, Rector of Pattishall with Cold Higham and Gayton with Tif­field (Peterborough): 26 June.

SUTTON. The Revd David Sutton, Chaplaincy and Spiritual Care Co-­ordinator for Greater Manchester West Mental Health NHS Founda­tion Trust (Manchester).

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