Resignations and retirements

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05 May 2017

BLISS. The Revd David Bliss, Vicar of All Saints’, Rotherham, and Hon. Canon of Sheffield Cathedral (Shef­field): 31 July.

FOWLER. The Revd David Fowler, Rector of Kirkoswald, Renwick with Croglin, Great Salkeld and Lazonby, and Hon. Canon of Carlisle Ca­­thedral (Carlisle): 30 September.

HOLROYD. The Revd Richard Holroyd, Vicar of Cotham and St Paul’s, Clifton (Bristol): 5 Sep­tember.

HOOK. The Revd Ian Hook, Vicar of St Mark’s, Barrow-in-Furness, and Hon. Canon of Carlisle Ca­­thedral (Carlisle): 31 July.

KANE. The Revd Peter Kane, Vicar of St James with St Christopher, Clacton-on-Sea (Chelmsford): 26 June.

KEATES. The Revd Thomas Keates, NS Assistant Curate (Associate Priest) of Thornbury and Oldbury-on-Severn with Shepperdine (Glou­cester): 27 November.

MADDOCK. The Revd Nicholas Maddock, Rector of Wrington with Butcombe and Burrington (Bath & Wells): 17 May.

MORRIS. The Revd Ann Morris, Priest-in-Charge of Barnwood (Glou­­cester): 1 July.

QUINNELL. The Revd Peter Quinnell, house-for-duty Team Vicar in the Stroud Team Ministry (Gloucester): 20 June.

WEBB. The Revd Janice Webb, NSM of Barbourne (Worcester).

WORSLEY. The Revd Christine Worsley, NS Associate Priest of St Mary’s, Elmley Castle, with Brickle­­hampton and the Comber­tons, of Bredon with Bredon’s Nor­ton, of Defford with Besford, of Eckington, and of St Faith’s, Over­bury, with Tedding­ton, Alstone and Little Washbourne with Beck­ford and Ashton Under Hill (Wor­cester): 30 June.

WORSLEY. The Revd Richard Worsley, Rector of St Mary’s, Elmley Castle, with Bricklehampton and the Com­bertons, and Assistant Curate (As­­sociate Priest) of St Faith’s, Overbury, with Teddington, Alstone and Little Wash­­bourne with Beck­ford and Ashton-under-Hilll (Wor­cester): 30 June.

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