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Resignations and retirements

12 March 2021

ADAMS. The Revd Raymond Adams, Acting Area Dean of Swin­don, remaining Vicar of Haydon Wick, and Hon. Canon of Bristol Cathedral (Bristol).

ALLEN. The Revd Stuart Allen, Rector of the South Warwickshire Seven Group (Coventry): 1 July.

BECKETT. The Revd Yvonne Beckett, OLM of St John’s, Walsall the Pleck, and Bescot (Lichfield).

BENTLEY. The Revd Lesley Bentley, Interim Priest-in-Charge in the Mid Trent Team Ministry (Lichfield).

BIENFAIT. The Revd Alexander Bienfait, Area Dean of Romney and Tenterden; Priest-in-Charge of Bid­denden and Smarden (Canterbury).

BURFORD. The Revd Anthony Burford, Hon. Assistant Curate (As­­sociate Priest) in the Grays Thurrock Team Ministry (Chelms­­ford).

COLEMAN. The Revd Timothy Coleman, Chaplain to the Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust (Chelmsford): 26 March.

CONSTABLE. The Revd Sharon Constable, Area Dean of Guth­­laxton: remaining Rector of Brough­ton Astley and Croft with Stoney Stan­ton, and Interim Priest in the Avon-Swift Team Ministry (Lei­cester).

DAVIS. The Revd Brian Davis, Hon. Priest-in-Charge of Gaulby (Leices­­ter): 4 April.

EVERITT. The Revd Jane Everitt, Priest-in-Charge of Long Itchington and Marton (Coventry).

GLOVER. The Revd Thomas Glover, Priest-in-Charge of St Giles’s, Durham, and of Shadforth and Sherburn (Durham): 31 March.

GRIFFITHS. The Revd John Griffiths, Vicar of St Thomas’s, Garstang (Blackburn): 9 April.
HALSTEAD. The Revd Stuart Halstead, Vicar of Great Ilford (Chelms­­ford): 4 April.

HAMMOND. The Revd Kathryn Hammond, Rector of Adbaston, High Offley, Knightley, Norbury, Woodseaves, Gnosall and Moreton (Lichfield).

HOPKINSON. The Revd Colin Hopkinson, Rector of Langdon Hills, and Basildon Deanery Vocations Adviser (Chelmsford): 19 April.

JOHNSON. The Revd Dr Mark Johnson, Rural Dean of Ross and Archenfield, remaining Rector of the Wormelow Hundred Benefice, and Prebendary of Hereford Cathedral (Hereford).

ODOEMENA. The Revd Prince Odoemena, Assistant Curate of Emmanuel Church, Forest Gate, with Upton Cross (Chelmsford).

PARKINSON. The Revd Richard Parkinson, Priest-in-Charge of Wisbech and Guyhirn with Ring’s End, Gorefield and Southea with Murrow and Parson Drove (Ely): 19 April.

PARSONS. The Revd Andrew Parsons, Vicar of Old Catton (Norwich): 11 April.

PENTLAND. The Revd Raymond Pentland, NS Assistant Curate (As­­sociate Minister) of Holy Trinity, Walton (Oxford).

PERRETT. The Revd Vanda Perrett, Rector of St Buryan, St Levan and Sennen (Truro): 28 March.

PORTER. The Revd Dr Nigel Porter, Rector of Niton, of St Lawrence, and of Chale, and Vicar of Whitwell (Portsmouth): 15 April.

SHARP. The Revd Philip Sharp, Rector of Looe and Morval (Truro): 18 April.

SMITH. The Revd Andrew Smith, Assistant Curate (Interim Minister) of Harlescott (Lichfield).

SMITH. The Revd Antoinette Smith, Rector of Great with Little Har­­rowden and Orlingbury and Isham with Pytchley (Peterborough): 31 March.

SMITH. The Revd Peter Smith, part-time Vicar of St Peter’s, Chorley (Blackburn): 11 April.

TILLIER. The Revd Dr Jane Tillier, Bishops’ Adviser for Pastoral Care and Well-being, and Prebendary of Lichfield Cathedral (Lichfield): 31 March.

TIZZARD. The Revd Peter Tizzard, Vicar of Christ Church, Ramsgate (Canterbury): 31 March.

TUBBS. The Revd Gary Tubbs, Assistant Curate (Associate Priest) of Henham and Elsenham with Ugley (Chelmsford): 28 March.

TYLDESLEY. The Revd Vera Tyldesley, Salford Archdeaconry Officer for Self-Supporting Ministers (Manchester).

WEBB. The Revd Peter Webb, Chaplain of South Tyneside and Sunderland NHS Foundation Trust (Durham): 1 April.

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