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Resignations and retirements

15 March 2019

BALDWIN. The Revd Vivien Baldwin, Lead Chaplain to the Northamptonshire Police (Peterborough), remaining Lead Chaplain of the Central Motorway Policing Group (Birmingham): 1 April.

CLARK. The Revd Kenneth Clark, Rural Dean of Dartford: 12 May, remaining Rector of Stone, near Dartford (Rochester).

CORLEY. The Revd Denise Corley, NSM of the North Blackwater Benefice (Chelmsford): 21 April.

DYBLE. The Revd Ian Dyble, Rural Dean of Norwich South: 30 June, remaining Vicar of the Mitre Benefice and Assistant Curate (Associate Priest) of Earlham (Norwich).

ENNION. The Revd Peter Ennion, Vicar of St Mary’s, South Shore, Blackpool, and of Holy Cross, South Shore, Blackpool (Blackburn): 13 May.

GARRETT. The Revd Dr Clive Garrett, Rector of Weston with Kelston, Bath (Bath & Wells): 20 April.

GILKS. The Revd Peter Gilks, Team Rector in the Portway and Danebury Team Ministry, and Hon. Canon of Winchester Cathedral (Winchester): 31 July.

GRAY. The Revd David Gray, Vicar of Killingworth (Newcastle): 31 August.

HARRISON. The Revd Rachel Harrison, Area Dean of Guisborough: (8 April), remaining Vicar of Redcar, and Canon and Prebendary of York Minster (York).

HARVEY. The Revd Steven Harvey, Residentiary Canon of Newcastle Cathedral (Newcastle): 31 May.

HEBBLEWHITE. The Revd David Hebblewhite, Rector of the Four Saints Benefice (Leicester): 30 June.

HUXLEY. The Revd Craig Huxley, Chaplain of Benenden School and NS Assistant Curate of Goudhurst with Kilndown (Canterbury): 1 September.

JESSETT. The Revd David Jessett, Priest-in-Charge of Barford with Wasperton and Sherbourne, and of Hampton Lucy with Charlecote and Loxley (Coventry).

LYNETT. The Revd Anthony Lynett, Vicar of All Saints’ Wellingborough, and Priest-in-Charge of All Hallows’, Wellingborough, and Canon of Peterborough Cathedral (Peterborough): 10 July.

MARTIN. The Revd Lee Martin, Hon. Priest-in-Charge of Hatton (Derby): 21 April.

MAYES. The Revd Suzanne Mayes, Hon. Assistant Curate (Associate Priest) of Collier Row, Romford (Chelmsford): 21 April.

McKEE. The Revd Patrick McKee, Vicar of Ryhall with Essendine and Carlby (Peterborough): 31 August.

NICHOLSON. The Revd Rodney Nicholson, Interim Rural Dean of South Wold (York).

OLNEY. The Revd Frederick Olney, Rector of Sissinghurst with Frittenden (Canterbury): 30 September.

PENDORF. The Revd James Pendorf, Hon. Priest-in-Charge of Capel St Mary with Little and Great Wenham (St Edmundsbury & Ipswich): 9 June.

PENFOLD. The Revd Marion Penfold, Vicar of Chatton with Chillingham, Eglingham and South Charlton and Ingram (Newcastle): 30 June.

REES. The Revd Susan Rees, Priest-in-Charge of Llanharry and of Pontyclun with Talygarn (Llandaff): 31 May.

SPEEDY. The Revd Darrel Speedy, Priest-in-Charge of Barthomley (Chester): 20 July.

SQUIRES. The Revd John Squires, OLM of the Waterside Parishes of Hambleton, Out Rawcliffe and Preesall (Blackburn): 21 April.

WATERS. The Revd Mark Waters, Team Vicar in the St Luke in the City Team Ministry, Liverpool (Liverpool): 16 June.

WELLER. The Revd David Weller, Senior Chaplain of St Peter’s Collegiate School, Wolverhampton (Lichfield).

WITCOMBE. The Revd Michael Witcombe, Vicar of St Isan and St Faith, Llanishen (Llandaff): 30 April.

WOOD. The Revd Jane Wood, Spiritual Care Chaplain of Leicester Organisation for the Relief of Suffering (Leicester).

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