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Resignations and retirements

30 October 2020

CARLTON. The Revd Roger Carlton, Rural Dean of Torbay: 6 January, remaining Vicar of Paignton, and Prebendary of Exeter Cathedral (Exeter).

COWELL. The Revd Anthony Cowell, OLM in the New Bury with Great Lever Team Ministry (Manchester).

ECCLES. The Revd Vivien Eccles, OLM of St Bride’s, Old Trafford (Manchester): 3 November.

FRENCH. The Revd Janet French, Vicar of Heaton with Halliwell (Manchester): 11 December.

GARBUTT. The Revd Mary Garbutt, Team Vicar in the Daventry Team Ministry, with Special Responsibility for Catesby, Hellidon and Staverton (Peterborough): 31 December.

GRAY. The Revd Philip Gray, Area Dean of South Craven and Wharfedale: 31 December; Vicar of St Margaret’s, Ilkley (Leeds): 31 March, remaining Hon. Canon of Ho Cathedral, Ghana (Ho, West Africa).

JOHNSON. The Revd Michael Johnson, Residentiary Canon of Bristol Cathedral, and Acting Dean of Bristol (Bristol).

LAW. The Revd Richard Law, Team Vicar in the North Wingfield, Clay Cross and Pilsley Team Ministry, with special responsibility for Clay Cross and Danesmoor (Derby): 1 December.

MacLEAN. The Revd Lawrence MacLean, Chaplain of St Paul’s, Monte Carlo (Europe): 31 December.

RYDER. The Revd Dr Judith Ryder, Assistant Curate of Caversham Thameside and Mapledurham (Oxford).

WELDON. The Revd Nicholas Weldon, Rural Dean of Okehampton: 9 November, remaining Team Vicar in the Whiddon Team Ministry (Exeter).

WILKIN. The Revd Paul Wilkin, Rector of Stansted Mountfitchet with Birchanger and Farnham (Chelmsford): 28 November.

WILSON. The Revd Mark Wilson, Priest-in-Charge of the Walbury Beacon Benefice (Oxford).

WOODMANSEY. The Revd Michael Woodmansey, Rector of Holy Trinity and St Wulstan, Heworth (York): 15 November.

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