Resignations and retirements

29 September 2017

ALLINGTON. The Revd Andrew Allington, Assistant Curate (Associ­ate Rector) of Burnsall with Ryl­stone, and of Linton in Craven (Leeds): 31 December.

BRUNT. The Revd Philippa Brunt, Vicar of Parkend and Viney Hill, and Hon. Canon of Gloucester Cathedral (Gloucester): 11 Decem­ber.

BURSELL. The Revd Dr Rupert Bursell, Diocesan Chancellor (Dur­ham): 25 November, remaining Hon. Canon of Christ Church Ca­­thedral (Oxford).

CORNE. The Revd Ronald Corne, As­­sistant Area Dean of Romsey (Winchester).

CRAGG. The Revd Adrian Cragg, Vicar of Wyke (Leeds): 21 January 2018.

GAU. The Revd Justin Gau, NSM (Assistant Priest) of St John the Evan­­gelist, Brownswood Park (Lon­don), remaining Deputy Diocesan Chan­cellor (Lincoln and Bath & Wells), and Diocesan Chancellor (Bristol).

MASON. The Revd Edward Mason, Rector of Bath Abbey, and Pre­bendary of Wells Cathedral (Bath & Wells): 30 November, remaining Chaplain to the Queen (diocesan correction).

ROWLING. The Revd Richard Rowling, Anglican Chaplain to
HM Prison Northumberland (New­castle): 30 September.

TURNER. The Revd Dr John Tur­ner, Hon. Assistant Curate of St Botolph Without Bishopsgate, Lon­don City (London).

WIDDOWS. The Revd David Wid­dows, Rector of Wiveliscombe and the Hills (Bath & Wells): 16 Decem­ber.

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