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Resignations and retirements

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22 April 2022

Derby archdeacons

THE Revd Peter Walley will step down as Acting Archdeacon of Derby on 30 April. He will remain Vicar of Mickleover, Assistant Curate (Minister Responsible) of Radbourne, in Boylestone, Church Broughton, Dalbury, Longford, Long Lane, Radbourne, Sutton on the Hill and Trusley, and an Hon. Canon of Derby Cathedral. The diocese’s two present archeaconries will cease to exist on 6 June (News, 14 April).

 

CUNLIFFE. The Revd Peter Cunliffe, Vicar of Hemingford Grey, and Priest-in-Charge of Hemingford Abbots (Ely): 20 October.

CUNNINGTON. The Revd Andrew Cunnington, Vicar of St Matthew’s, Redhill, and Hon. Canon of Southwark Cathedral (Southwark), now Canon Emeritus.

MUGGLETON. The Revd James Muggleton, Rector of Barney, Hindringham, Thursford, Great Snoring, Little Snoring, Kettlestone and Pensthorpe (Norwich): 30 June.

PELLY. The Revd Margaret Pelly, NS Assistant Curate (Associate Priest) of Stebbing and Lindsell with Great and Little (Bardfield) Saling, and Rural Dean of Dunmow and Stansted (Chelmsford): 2 July.

POWLEY. The Revd Julia Powley, Rector of Harrington and Distington (Carlisle): 30 September.

PYKE. The Revd Ruth Pyke, Rector of Barkway, Barley, Reed and Buckland, Rural Dean of Buntingford, and Hon. Canon of St Albans Cathedral (St Albans): 31 July.

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