Resignations and retirements

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05 July 2019

BOWNESS. The Revd Dr Gary Bowness, Interim house-for-duty Vicar of St Luke’s, Skerton (Blackburn): 30 September.

DIXON. The Revd Teresa Dixon, NSM of Witchford with Wentworth, of Haddenham, and of Wilburton (Ely).

FISHER. The Revd George Fisher, Director of Parish Mission, and Hon. Assistant Curate (Associate Minister) of St Matthew’s, Walsall (Lichfield): 6 July.

GOODRIDGE. The Revd Paul Goodridge, Chaplain of the Resurrection, Bucharest (Europe).

HAND. The Revd Nigel Hand, Canon Residentiary of Birmingham Cathedral (Birmingham): 31 July.

HANDCOCK. The Revd Alison Handcock, Assistant Curate of Preston Plucknett (Bath & Wells).

HINDLE. The Revd Anne Hindle, Vicar of Warmington, Tansor and Cotterstock and Fotheringhay and Southwick (Peterborough): 1 September.

HYSLOP. The Revd Catherine Hyslop, Assistant Curate (Associate Priest) of Upperby, and Chaplain of Cumbria Partnership NHS Foundation Trust (Carlisle): 20 October.

HYSLOP. The Revd James Hyslop, Rector of Upperby, Diocesan Chaplain to the Mothers’ Union, and Hon. Canon of Carlisle Cathedral (Carlisle): 20 October.

JONES. The Revd Mark Jones, Area Dean of Burnley, remaining Vicar of Padiham with Hapton and Padiham Green, and Hon. Canon of Blackburn Cathedral (Blackburn): 4 August.

MELOT. The Revd Sheila Melot, OLM in the Bishopston and St Andrews Team Ministry (Bristol): 15 July.

PATE. The Revd Barry Pate, Vicar of Wilbury (St Albans): 1 August.

SCOTT. The Revd Jane Scott, Priest-in-Charge of Whittingham and Edlingham with Bolton Chapel (Newcastle): 30 September.

STAPLE. The Revd Patricia Staple, Vicar of the Athelney Benefice (Bath & Wells).

WHITE. The Revd Dr Stephen White, Priest-in-Charge of Dunsfold and Hascombe (Guildford): 30 September.

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