Resignations and retirements

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19 October 2018

ALLIES. The Revd Lorna Allies, Hon. Assistant Curate (Associate Priest) of Acle and Bure to Yare (Norwich): 31 January 2019.

ANAN. The Revd Gabriel Anan, NSM of St George and St Ethelbert, East Ham (Chelmsford).

ARNOLD. The Revd Dr Jennifer Arnold, Rector of The Quinton, and Hon. Canon of Birmingham Cathedral (Birmingham): 4 March 2019, becoming Hon. Canon Emeritus.

BAILEY. The Revd Patricia Bailey, Rector of Ibstock with Heather (Leicester): 6 January 2019.

BAKER. The Revd David Baker, Vicar of Rickerscote (Lichfield): 31 October.

BANYARD. The Revd Sheila Banyard: Rector of Elmley Lovett with Hampton Lovett and Elmbridge with Rushock and Hartlebury and Ombersley with Doverdale, Rural Dean of Droitwich and Hon. Canon of Worcester Cathedral (Worcester): 31 October.

BELCHER. The Revd Catherine Belcher, NSM (Assistant Priest) of St John’s, Lakenham, and Tuckswood (Norwich): 26 October.

BELL. The Revd Leanne Bell, Assistant Curate of St Peter’s, Monkseaton (Newcastle): 19 October.

BONE. The Revd Evelyn Bone, Assistant Curate (Assistant Minster) of Draycot (Bristol).

CAITHNESS. The Revd Joyce Caithness, OLM of Southmead (Bristol).

CHARLTON. The Revd Anne Charlton, house-for-duty Priest-in-Charge of St Goran with Caerhays (Truro): 18 November.

DAVIS. The Revd George Davis, Team Vicar in the Worcester South East Team Ministry (Worcester).

EVENS. The Rt Revd Robert Evens, Hon. Assistant Bishop (Bristol), remaining Hon. Assistant Bishop (Gloucester).

HARRIS. The Revd James Harris, NS Assistant Curate of Stoke Bishop (Bristol).

HEREWARD. The Revd John Hereward, Rural Dean of Trigg Minor and Bodmin (Truro); Rector of St Breoke and Egloshayle in Wadebridge (Truro): 11 January 2019.

HILL. The Revd Richard Hill, Rural Dean of Condover, remaining Rector of Church Stretton (Hereford).

JENNINGS. The Revd Duncan Jennings, Assistant Area Dean of Southampton (Winchester): 30 November, remaining Priest-in-Charge of Thornhill, Southampton.

LACEY. The Revd Carol Lacey, Vicar of Brampton Bierlow (Sheffield): 31 October.

LAWLEY. The Revd Rosemary Lawley, Team Rector in the Kidderminster Ismere Team Ministry, Industrial Chaplain, and Hon. Canon of Worcester Cathedral (Worcester): 28 October.

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MAINWARING. The Revd Dr Jane Mainwaring, St Albans Archdeaconry Bishop’s Adviser for Women’s Ministry, remaining Team Vicar in the Hitchin and St Paul’s Walden Team Ministry, and Rural Dean of Hitchin (St Albans).

McCAFFERTY. The Revd Esther McCafferty, Rector of St Martin of Tours, Basildon (Chelmsford): 30 November.

MILLER-MASKELL. The Revd John Miller-Maskell, Hon. Priest-in-Charge of Chailey (Chichester).

MILNE. The Revd Norma Milne, NSM of Dufftown (Moray, Ross & Caithness): 21 October.

MORRIS. The Revd Anne Morris, NSM (Associate Minister) of All Saints’, Leamington Priors, and of Leamington Spa (Coventry).

PARSONS. The Revd Robert Parsons, house-for-duty Associate Minister of Bicton, Montford with Shrawardine and Fitz, and of Leaton and Albrighton with Battlefield (Lichfield), remaining Hon. Canon Emeritus of Derby Cathedral (Derby).

PENNOCK. The Revd Christine Pennock, Rector of the North Lafford Group, Rural Dean of Lafford, and Canon and Prebendary of Lincoln Cathedral (Lincoln): 1 February 2019.

ROBERTSON. The Revd Philip Robertson, Priest-in-Charge of St Andrew’s, Wolverhampton, remaining Vicar of St Jude’s, Wolverhampton (Lichfield).

SARGENT. The Revd Philippa Sargent, Assistant Curate of Kempsey and Severn Stoke with Croome D’Abitot (Worcester).

SIMMONS. The Revd Margaret Simmons, Hon. Priest-in-Charge of Hillmorton (Coventry).

WALKER. The Revd Dr John Walker, Area Dean of Dover, remaining Team Rector in the Dover Town Team Ministry (Canterbury).

WILSON. The Revd Timothy Wilson, Team Vicar in the Ashford Town Team Ministry, Area Dean of Ashford, and Hon. Canon of Canterbury Cathedral (Canterbury): 22 October.

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