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Resignations and retirements

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10 December 2021

BATES. The Revd David Bates, Chaplain of the Basildon and Thurrock University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (Chelmsford).

CLARKE. The Revd Bernard Clarke, Chaplain to the Royal Navy, and Hon. Chaplain to the Queen.

MARTINSON. The Revd Matthew Martinson, Priest-in-Charge of St Luke’s, Morton, Carlisle, and in the Holy Trinity and St Barnabas Team Ministry, Carlisle (Carlisle): 2 January.

MASON. The Revd Dr Christina Mason, Priest-in-Charge of the Great Ellingham Benefice (Norwich): 31 December.

MORRIS. The Revd Jonathan Morris, Assistant Curate (Associate Vicar) of the Wulfric Benefice (Bath & Wells): 31 December.

PARK. The Revd John Park, Area Dean of Morpeth: 31 December, remaining Rector of Bothal and Pegswood with Longhirst, and Hon. Canon of Newcastle Cathedral (Newcastle).

SHIELD. The Revd Christine Shield, NS Assistant Curate (Associate Priest) of Warkworth, Acklington and Shilbottle (Newcastle): 31 December.

STOKES. The Revd Simon Stokes, Rural Dean of Norwich North: 15 January, remaining Team Rector in the Sprowston and North Norwich Team Ministry, and Hon. Canon of Norwich Cathedral (Norwich).

STRAFFORD. The Revd Elizabeth Strafford, NS Assistant Curate of Wadworth with Loversall and Balby (Sheffield).

WILSON. The Revd Gary Wilson, Assistant Curate of Woodford Wells (Chelmsford).

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