Resignations and retirements

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07 September 2018

ALLEN. The Revd Zachary Allen, Vicar of Rustington (Chichester).

ARNOLD. The Revd Norma Arnold, NSM of Grassen­dale and All Souls’, Springwood, Liverpool (Liverpool).

BINKS. The Revd Robert Binks, Priest-in-Charge of Warley and Great Warley (Chelmsford).

BURROWS. The Revd Victoria Burrows, Vicar of Bramley and Grafham (Guildford).

CLARKE. The Revd Steven Clarke, Vicar of Hale End, Highams Park (Chelmsford).

COOK. The Revd Nicholas Cook, Chaplain of Woodbridge School (St Edmundsbury & Ipswich), remaining Royal Auxiliary Air Force Chaplain.

COUSINS. The Revd Graham Cousins, Rural Dean of Wallasey, remaining Rector of Moreton, and Hon. Canon of Chester Cathedral (Chester).

FOSTER. The Revd Simon Foster, Priest-in-Charge of St Andrew’s, Croydon, remaining Vicar of St Matthew’s, Croydon (Southwark).

HARRY. The Revd Usha Harry, NS Assistant Curate of St John the Evangelist, Wembley (London).

HESLOP. The Revd Andrew Heslop, OLM in the Turton Moorland Team Ministry, remaining Chaplain of Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust (Manchester).

JONES. The Revd Elaine Jones, Diocesan Representative for Minority-Ethnic Anglican Concerns, remaining Assistant Curate of St John’s, Derby, and Hon. Canon of Derby Cathedral (Derby).

LANGDON-GRIFFITHS. The Revd Christel Langdon-Griffiths, Assistant Curate of St Mary’s, Wavertree (Liverpool).

PAGE. The Revd Dr David Page, Rural Dean of Congleton, remaining Vicar of Elworth (Chester).

PRIOR. The Revd Gregory Prior, Area Dean of Wandsworth, remaining Vicar of All Saints’ with Holy Trinity, Wandsworth (Southwark).

WATSON. The Revd Timothy Watson, Priest to the Chemin Neuf Community, and Continuing Ministerial Education Officer (Chichester).

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