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Resignations and retirements

08 September 2017

ARCHER. The Revd Neill Archer, Vicar of Malmesbury and Upper Avon (Bristol).

BARNDEN. The Revd Dr Saskia Barnden, Lead Chaplain of St Mary’s Hospice, Birmingham (Birmingham).

COWAN. The Revd David Cowan, NS Assistant Curate (Associate Minister) of St Martin’s, Dorking, with Ranmore (Guildford).

De QUIDT. The Revd Dr Marion de Quidt, Assistant Area Dean of Odiham, remaining Priest-in-Charge of Whitewater (Winchester).

McKENZIE. The Revd Dr Robin McKenzie, Priest-in-Charge of Fenstanton (Ely): 17 September.

MITCHELL. The Revd Helen Mitchell, NS Assistant Curate of St Gregory’s, Sudbury, and Chilton (St Edmundsbury & Ipswich).

RABY. The Revd Malcolm Raby, house-for-duty Assistant Curate (Associate Minister) of Leatherhead and Mickleham (Guildford): 26 November.

RACE. The Revd Alan Race, Rector of St Margaret’s, Lee (Southwark): 30 September.

SHIELD. The Revd Graham Shield, Vicar of Washburn and Mid-Wharfe (Leeds): 30 November.

TAGUE. The Revd Russell Tague, Rector of Arthuret with Kirkandrews-On-Esk and Nicholforest (Carlisle): 31 October.

THORN. The Revd Peter Thorn, house-for-duty Priest-in-Charge of St John’s, Flixton, remaining Chaplain of Bolton NHS Foundation Trust (Manchester).

TOURNAY. The Revd Corinne Tournay, Vicar of Brockley (Southwark): 30 September.

WEIGHTMAN. The Revd David Weightman, NS Assistant Curate (Assistant Priest) in the Oxted Team Ministry (Southwark): 30 September.

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