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Resignations and retirements

20 September 2019

ANGELL. The Revd Elizabeth Angell, Rector of Whitwick, Thringstone and Swannington (Leicester): 5 January.

BANKS. The Revd Dawn Banks, NS Assistant Curate (Associate Priest) of the Waterside Parishes of Hambleton, Out Rawcliffe and Preesall (Blackburn): 29 December.

BACKHOUSE. The Revd Jonathan Backhouse, Chaplain of Christ Church, Naples, Italy (Europe).

BLANCH. The Revd Dr Michael Blanch, Assistant Curate (Associate Vicar) of Isfield (Chichester).

DESBOROUGH. The Revd Maureen Desborough, house-for-duty Assistant Curate of Aldbrough and Mappleton with Goxhill and Withernwick; of Beeford with Frodingham and Foston; of Brandesburton and Leven; of Hornsea, Atwick and Skipsea; of Skirlaugh, Catwick, Long Riston, Swine with Ellerby; and of Sigglesthorne with Nunkeeling and Bewholme (York): 26 April 2020.

HARPER. The Revd Martin Harper, Rector of Brede with Udimore, and Beckley and Peasmarsh (Chichester).

MORROW. The Revd Patrick Morrow, Chaplain of HM Prison Chelmsford, remaining Assistant Curate (Associate Priest) of St Michael and All Angels, Little Ilford (Chelmsford).

MURPHY. The Revd Julia Murphy, Chaplain of the University of Essex (Chelmsford).

NATTRASS. The Revd Jane Nattrass, Priest-in-Charge of St Olave with St Giles, of St Helen Stonegate with St Martin Coney Street, of All Saints’, Pavement, with St Crux and St Michael Spurriergate, of St Denys’s, York, and of Holy Trinity, Micklegate, and of St Lawrence with St Nicholas, York (York).

TALLANT. The Revd John Tallant, formerly house-for-duty Priest-in-Charge of St Mary Lowgate, Hull (York).

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