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Resignations and retirements

15 November 2019

ASHURST. The Revd Judith Ashurst, Priest-in-Charge of the Upper Derwent Benefice (Carlisle): 31 December.

BAGSHAW. The Revd Paul Bagshaw, Vicar of Billy Mill and of Marden with Preston Grange (Newcastle): 31 December.

CURTIS. The Revd Susannah Curtis, Interim Assistant Curate (Associate Minister) of St Alkmund and St Werburgh, Derby (Derby).

DEAKIN. The Revd John Deakin, Team Rector in the Emmanuel Church, Bentley, and Holy Trinity, Willenhall Team Ministry (Lichfield): 31 December.

GORDON. The Revd Alexander Gordon, Chaplain of Holy Trinity, Geneva (Europe): 31 December, remaining Hon. Canon of St Andrew’s Cathedral, Inverness (Moray, Ross & Caithness).

HOUGH. The Revd Sharron Hough, Team Vicar in the Emmanuel Church, Bentley, and Holy Trinity, Willenhall, Team Ministry (Lichfield): 31 December.

McKENZIE. The Revd Dr Stephen McKenzie, Rector of Cotes Heath and Standon and Swynnerton and Tittensor (Lichfield): 24 December.

MECHANIC. The Revd Elisheva Mechanic, Priest-in-Charge of Escomb, and of Etherley, and of Whitton Park, and of Hamsterley and Witton-le-Wear (Durham): 30 November.

PRESTNEY. The Revd Patricia Prestney, Hon. Assistant Curate (Associate Priest) of Christ Church with St Mary at the Walls, Colchester (Chelmsford): 25 December.

REDGRAVE. The Revd Christine Redgrave, Vicar of the Yoxmere Benefice (St Edmundsbury & Ipswich): 2 December.

ROGERS. The Revd Martyn Rogers, Vicar of New Longton (Blackburn): 31 December.

SPENCER. The Revd Richard Spencer, house-for-duty Team Vicar in the Saffron Walden and Villages Team Ministry (Chelmsford): 25 December.

STOKER. The Revd Andrew Stoker, Rector of St Clement with St Mary Bishophill, York (York): 30 November.

WATKINSON. The Revd Dr Stephen Watkinson, Vicar of Deeplish and Newbold (Manchester): 2 December.

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