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Resignations and retirements

Bishops retire

THE Rt Revd Geoffrey Pearson, Suffragan Bishop of Lancaster, in Blackburn diocese, since 2006 and Assistant Curate (Associate Priest) of Ellel with Shireshead, in that diocese, since 2008, will retire in the summer. Before his present appointments, he had held posts in Liverpool diocese since 1989

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Archdeacon retires

THE Ven. Martin Webster, Archdeacon of Harlow, in Chelmsford diocese, since 2009, will retire on 31 March. Before his present appointment, he had held posts in the diocese since 1978

Resignations and retirements

Archdeacon retires THE Ven. Wilhelmina Smallman, Archdeacon of Southend, in Chelmsford diocese, since 2013, will retire on 31 December. Before her present appointment, she had held posts in London and Chelmsford dioceses since 2006.   BAMBER. The Revd Sheila Bamber, Canon Provost of Sunderland...

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ASHTON. The Revd Joan Ashton, Lead Chaplain and Co-ordinator of Chaplaincy Services of Rotherham General Hospitals NHS Trust (Sheffield): 31 March 2017.

DONNELLY. The Revd Trevor Donnelly, Team Vicar in the Ravensbourne Team

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ARCHER. The Revd Neill Archer, Area Dean of North Wiltshire: 31 December, remaining Vicar of Malmesbury and Upper Avon (Salisbury).

ASHMAN. The Revd Vanessa Ashman, Assistant Curate of Bewsborough (Canterbury): 31 December.

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ANTHONY. The Revd Ian An­­thony, Diocesan Officer for Self-supporting Ministers: 29 January 2017, remaining Hon. Assistant Curate of Little Lever, and Hon. Canon of Manchester Cathedral (Man­­­chester). BAILEY. The Revd Stephen Bailey, Vicar of St Matthew’s, Cobo, Guernsey, and Rector of St Ma...

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BARBER. The Revd Craig Barber, Chaplain of London Metropolitan University (London).

BRISTOW. The Revd Peter Bristow, Vicar of Bramham (York): 30 June 2017.

GRAY. The Revd Dr Lindsay Gray, house-for-duty

Resignations and retirements

BEALES. The Revd Christopher Beales, Vicar of Woburn Sands and Hon. Canon of St Albans Cathedral (St Albans): 1 February 2017.

BERRY. The Revd Philippa Berry, Priest-in-Charge of Holy Apostles with St Oswald, Leicester (Leicester):

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CHARD. The Revd Julia Chard, OLM of Soundwell (Bristol).

CROFT. The Revd William Croft, Priest-in-Charge of Longthorpe, re­­main­ing Priest-in-Charge of the Holy Spirit, Bretton, Peterborough (Peterborough).

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ASTIN. The Revd Dr Timothy Astin, Priest-in-Charge of Bottesford with Ashby (Lincoln). BURKITT. The Revd Paul Burkitt, Priest-in-Charge of St Mary Lowgate, Kingston upon Hull (York): 30 October. BURNETT-HALL. The Revd Karen Burnett-Hall, house-for-duty Priest-in-Charge of Wimbotsham with Stow Bardol...

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