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Resignations and retirements

27 January 2017

ASHTON. The Revd David Ashton, Chaplaincy Services Manager of Derby Teaching Hospitals Foundation Trust (Derby).

BARNES. The Revd Peter Barnes, Rector of St John’s-in-the-Vale, St Mary’s, Threlkeld, and Wythburn, and Chaplain of the Diocesan Youth Centre (Carlisle): 30 January.

BROOMHEAD. The Revd Mark Broomhead, Priest-in-Charge of St Augustine of Hippo and St Augustine of Canterbury, Chesterfield, remaining Pioneer Minister of the Order of the Black Sheep (Derby).

COLLINS. The Revd Helen Collins, Warden of Readers: 15 January, remaining Diocesan Director of Ordinands, and Hon. Assistant Curate (Associate Minister) of Hengrove (Bristol).

DAVEY. The Revd Hilary Davey, Team Vicar in the Saffron Walden and Villages Team Ministry, with special responsibility for Debden and Wimbish with Thunderley (Chelmsford).

DICKSON. The Revd Colin Dickson, Vicar of Glantawe (Swansea & Brecon).

FOWELL. The Revd Graham Fowell, Assistant Curate (Interim Minister) of Wolstanton, and of Basford, remaining Prebendary Emeritus of Lichfield Cathedral (Lichfield).

HARTLEY. The Revd Denis Hartley, Chaplain of HM Prison Thameside, and NSM in the Thamesmead Team Ministry (Southwark).

JEREMIAH. The Revd Dr Anderson Jeremiah, NSM of St Mary with St John and St Anne, Lancaster (Blackburn).

KUSTNER. The Revd Jane Kustner, Priest-in-Charge of St Swithun’s, Hither Green, Lewisham (Southwark): 31 January.

LEDGER. The Revd Margaret Ledger, OLM of Newburn (Newcastle): 23 March.

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).

MANLEY. The Revd Sandra Manley, Area Dean of Maldon and Dengie: 31 January, remaining Vicar of Althorne with North Fambridge, and of Cold Norton with Stow Maries, and, Hon. Canon of Chelmsford Cathedral (Chelmsford).

MITCHELL. The Revd Christopher Mitchell, Vicar of St Peter and St Martin, Edmonton (London): 31 January.

PETERS. The Revd Kenneth Peters, Mission to Seafarers Chaplain (London): 27 January, remaining Hon. Canon of Kobe (Kobe, Japan).

POLLITT. The Revd Graham Pollitt, Priest-in-Charge of Caton with Littledale (Blackburn): 31 January.

REES. The Revd Pauline Rees, OLM of Kimbolton with Hamnish, in the Leominster Team Ministry (Hereford).

RICHARDSON. The Revd John Richardson, NS Assistant Curate (Associate Minister) of Alton with Bradley-Le-Moors and Denstone with Ellastone and Stanton and Mayfield (Lichfield).

ROBERTS. The Revd Andrea Roberts, NS Assistant Curate of St Thomas’s, Garstang (Blackburn).

ROGERS. The Revd Leslie Rogers, Chaplain to the Bishop of Chelmsford, and Assistant Curate (Associate Priest) of the Ascension with All Saints, Chelmsford (Chelmsford): 31 January.

TAUSON. The Revd Sandra Tauson, Chaplain of the Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust, and Hon. Assistant Curate of St Chad with St Edmund, St John the Divine and St Mary, Rochdale (Manchester).

VAZ. The Revd Stanley Vaz, Priest-in-Charge of Rocester and Croxden with Hollington, and Chaplain of the JCB Academy (Lichfield).

WHEELER. The Revd Dr Leonie Wheeler, Priest-in-Charge of St Andrew’s, Aston, Chaplain with Deaf People, and Minister to the Deaf Church (Lichfield).

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