Resignations and retirements

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06 October 2017

Archdeacon retires

THE Ven. John Green, Archdeacon of Coventry, since 2012, and Assistant Curate (Associate Minister) of St Mary Magdalen’s, Coventry, since 2014, in Coventry diocese, retired on 1 September. Before his present appointments, he had been Chaplain of the Fleet and Archdeacon of the Navy, and an Hon. Canon of Portsmouth Cathedral.

 

BINNS. The Revd Catherine Binns, NSM of Stand, and of Hillock
and Unsworth, remaining Bolton Archdeaconry Officer for Self-Supporting Ministers, and Chaplain of Bolton NHS Foundation Trust (Manchester).

ELDER. The Revd Nicholas Elder, Vicar of St George’s, Camberwell, and Warden of Trinity College Centre, Camberwell (Southwark).

HILLS. The Revd Michael Hills, Priest-in-Charge of All Saints’, Challoch, and of St Ninian’s, Port­patrick, and St John’s, Stranraer (Glasgow & Galloway): 31 October.

HOLLOWAY. The Revd Michael Holloway, Vicar of Painswick, Sheepscombe, Cranham, The Edge, Pitch­­combe, Harescombe and Brook­­thorpe (Gloucester): 12 Jan­­uary 2018.

PRITCHARD. The Revd Robin Pritchard, Rector of Oulton (Nor­wich): 31 October.

TRICKETT. The Revd Judith Trickett, house-for-duty Assistant Curate (Assistant Priest) of Aston cum Aughton with Swallownest and Ulley, remaining Hon. Canon Emeritus of Sheffield Cathedral (Sheffield).

TYNDALL. The Revd Jeremy Tyn­dall, Team Rector in the Cove Team Ministry (Guildford): 12 November.

WILLIAMS. The Revd Andrew Williams, Chaplain of Kingston University, remaining Hon. Assist­ant Curate in the Kingston Team Ministry (Southwark).

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