Resignations and retirements

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08 December 2017

BENNETT. The Revd Graham Bennett, Vicar of St Stephen’s, Willenhall (Lichfield): 1 April.

CORCORAN. The Revd Michael Corcoran, Assistant Curate of Brunswick: 31 December, remaining Chaplain of Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust (Manchester).

EDMONDS. The Revd Catherine Edmonds, Diocesan Education Chaplaincy Adviser, Team Vicar in the Otter Vale Team Ministry, and Rural Dean of Ottery (Exeter).

GOWER. The Revd Christopher Gower, Vicar of St Martin in the Cornmarket, with St Swithun and St Paul, Worcester (Worcester), remaining Hon. Canon of Ilesa (Ilesa, Nigeria).

MAGINN. The Revd Penny Maginn, Priest-in-Charge of St Luke’s, Morton, Carlisle (Carlisle): 15 December.

PRZESLAWSKI. The Revd Maria Przeslawski, NS Assistant Curate (Associate Priest) of Wilne and Draycott with Breaston (Derby): 29 December.

SELLER. The Revd Dr Timothy Seller, OLM Assistant Curate of Ewhurst (Guildford).

SHERWOOD. The Revd David Sherwood, Team Rector in the Ashburton, Bickington, Buckland in the Moor, Holne, Huccaby, Leusdon, Princetown, Postbridge, and Widecombe-in-the-Moor Team Ministry (Exeter).

WHITBY. The Revd Raymond Whitby, NSM in the Wigan Team Ministry (Liverpool).

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