Resignations and retirements

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03 May 2019

BELL. The Revd David Bell, Vicar of Silsoe, Pulloxhill and Flitton (St Albans): 1 September.

BLYDE. The Revd Ian Blyde, Team Rector in the Brixham with Churston Ferrers and Kingswear Team Ministry (Exeter): 31 May.

BRISTOW. The Revd Malcolm Bristow, OLM of Bolton le Moors (Manchester): 17 July.

BUTTERWORTH. The Revd Janet Butterworth, OLM in the Heatons Team Ministry (Manchester): 31 July.

COX. The Revd Sheila Cox, Bishop’s Adviser for Women’s Ministry, remaining Rector of the G7 Benefice (Canterbury).

DARBYSHIRE. The Revd Paul Darbyshire, NSM (Associate Priest) of Kesgrave (St Edmundsbury & Ipswich): 18 August.

FRANKLIN. The Revd Simon Franklin, Rector of Moretonhampstead, Manaton, North Bovey and Lustleigh, Rural Dean of Moreton, and Prebendary of Exeter Cathedral (Exeter).

GARDNER. The Revd Dr Neil Gardner, Priest-in-Charge of St Augustine’s, Wisbech (Ely).

HOWES. The Revd Alan Howes, Vicar of St Chad’s, Coseley (Worcester): 9 June.

KNAPP. The Revd Bryan Knapp, Rural Dean of Paddock Wood, remaining Vicar of Paddock Wood, and Hon. Canon of Rochester Cathedral (Rochester).

LEVERTON. The Revd Michael Leverton, Rector of Ardley, Benington, Cottered with Throcking and Walkern, Rural Dean of Buntingford, and Hon. Canon of St Albans (St Albans): 1 November.

LOXHAM. The Revd Edward Loxham, OLM of St Peter’s, Birkdale (Liverpool).

LUCAS. The Revd Jane Lucas, Rector of Ashwater, Halwill, Beaworthy, Clawton and Tetcott with Luffincott, and Rural Dean of Holsworthy (Exeter): 31 May.

ROBERTS. The Revd Kathleen Roberts, Rector of Black Torrington, Bradford, Cookbury, Thornbury and Highampton, Dean of Women’s Ministry, and Prebendary of Exeter Cathedral (Exeter).

SYMES-THOMPSON. The Revd Hugh Symes-Thompson, Rector of Cranfield and Hulcote with Salford (St Albans): 1 September.

 

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