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Resignations and retirements

20 July 2018

BOWDEN. The Revd Philip Bowden, Vicar of Dallington and St James, Northampton (Peterborough): 31 August.

BOWERS. The Revd Julian Bowers, Diocesan Pastoral Care and Counselling Adviser, and Canon Emeritus of Peterborough Cathedral (Peterborough): 22 September.

BROWN. The Revd Louise Brown, Vicar of Dedworth (Oxford).

BRYANT. The Revd Benjamin Bryant, Assistant Curate of Harbour Church, Portsmouth, and of St Alban’s, Portsea: 31 July.

BURY. The Revd Jane Bury, Vicar of Fence-in-Pendle and Higham (Blackburn): 30 September.

DURANT-STEVENSEN. The Revd Helen Durant-Stevensen, Assistant Curate (Associate Vicar) of New Malden and Coombe (Southwark): 19 August.

HATREY. The Revd David Hatrey, Hon. Assistant Curate (Assistant Priest) of Holy Trinity, Street, and Street Mission Church, with Walton and Compton Dundon (Bath & Wells).

HULME. The Revd Alan Hulme, Diocesan Director of Parish Development and Evangelism (Guildford): 31 August.

LEWER ALLEN. The Revd Patricia Lewer Allen, Rector of St Columba, Creiff, of St Serf’s, Comrie, of St Angus’, Lochearnhead, and of St Fillan’s, Killin, (St Andrews, Dunkeld & Dunblane).

LEWIS. The Revd Mary Lewis, NSM of St Brendan the Navigator, Isle of North Uist (Argyll & The Isles).

OWEN. The Revd Myles Owen, NSM of St Nicolas’s, Cranleigh (Guildford).

STOCK. The Revd Lionel Stock, Vicar of West Meon and Warnford, (Portsmouth): 13 October.

SWEETMAN. The Revd Judith Sweetman, Priest-in-Charge of Boxford, Edwardstone, Groton, Little Waldingfield and Newton (St Edmundsbury & Ipswich): 31 July.

WILLIAMS. The Revd Martin Williams, Rector of Gerrards Cross and Fulmer, remaining Joint Area Dean of Amersham (Oxford).

WILLIAMS. The Revd Dr Tracey Williams, NS Assistant Curate (Associate Minister) of Sunninghill and South Ascot (Oxford).

WOOD. The Revd Timothy Wood, Assistant Curate (Associate Priest) of Eastoke, Hayling Island (Portsmouth): 19 September.

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