Resignations and retirements

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02 November 2018

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

BLAKEY. The Revd Cedric Blakey, Vice-Provost and Canon of St Mary’s Cathedral, Glasgow, and Diocesan Interfaith Adviser (Glasgow & Galloway): 25 November.

CLARK. The Revd Dr Terence Clark, Area Dean of Deane: 31 December, remaining Team Rector in the Deane Team Ministry and Priest-in-Charge of Lostock (Manchester).

DREWETT. The Revd Susan Drewett, NSM (Associate Priest) in the Bemerton Team Ministry (Salisbury).

EDWARDS. The Revd Guy Edwards, Vicar of Paulton with Farrington Gurney and High Littleton (Bath & Wells): 11 November.

HOLDSWORTH. The Revd Ian Holdsworth, Vicar of St Mary the Virgin, Northampton, and Hon. Canon of Peterborough Cathedral (Peterborough): 28 February 2019, becoming Canon Emeritus.

JENKINS. The Ven. Dr David Jenkins, NSM of the St Edmund Way Benefice, remaining Archdeacon of Sudbury (St Edmundsbury & Ipswich).

JONES. The Revd Margaret Jones, Priest-in-Charge of the Pontesbury First and Second Portions Benefice (Hereford).

JONES. The Revd Martin Jones, Assistant Curate of the Saxon Shoreline Benefice, and Assistant Area Dean of Romney and Tenterden (Canterbury): 3 December.

REPATH. The Revd John Repath, Priest-in-Charge of St Margaret of Scotland, New Galloway (Glasgow & Galloway): 25 November.

RUNCORN. The Revd David Runcorn, Associate Director of Ordinands, and Warden of Readers (Gloucester): 15 January 2019.

SELBY-BOOTHROYD. The Revd Richard Selby-Boothroyd, Priest-in-Charge of Lyneham with Bradenstoke, and NSM (Associate Priest) of the Woodhill Benefice (Salisbury): 31 December.

WELCH. The Revd David Welch, Vicar of St Mary and St Hugh with St Jon the Baptist, Harlow, (Chelmsford): 30 November.

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