Church appointments

The following resignations and retirements have been announced by the Church of England:

Canon David Bartlett, Priest-in-charge, St Thomas a Becket and St Thomas the Apostle, Heptonstall (Wakefield): to retire as from 31 July.

The Rev Robert Bell, Rural Dean of Graffoe and Vicar, Harmston with Coleby (Lincoln): retired as from 8 April.

The Rev David Davis, Vicar, Caistor with Clixby, Grasby and Searby with Owmby (Lincoln): to resign as from 31 July.

The Rev Vincent Gillett, Rector, Atherington with High Bickington and Vicar, Burrington (Exeter): to resign as from 31 August.

The Rev Dr Deryck Goodwin, Rector, Middleton with Newton, Levisham and Lockton (York): to retire as from 31 May.

The Rev Terence Hampton, Rector, Jersey, St Martin de Grouville (Winchester): to resign as from 10 July.

The Rev Ronald Letall, Team Vicar, St Michael's, Louth (Lincoln): to resign as from 30 June.

The Rev Michael Malsom, Vicar, Crownhill, Plymouth (Exeter): to resign as from 31 October.

The Rev Norman Moore, Vicar, Watford, St Andrew (St Albans): to retire as from 30 June.

The Rev Jim Newell, Team Vicar, Wraysbury, Riverside Team Ministry (Oxford): to retire as from 31 May.

The Rev William Owen, Vicar, Claines (Worcester): to retire as from 30 June.

The Rev Michael St John Nicolle, Rector, Jersey, St John (Winchester): to retire as from 31 July.

The Rev John Shucksmith, Rector, Broughton (Lincoln): to resign as from 23 May.

The Rev Kenneth Targett, Vicar, Old Leake with Wrangle (Lincoln): to retire as from 31 May.

The Rev James Song, Vicar, St John the Baptist, Woking (Guildford): to retire as from 30 September.

The Rev Edward Walker, Vicar, Great Amwell with St Margaret (St Albans): to retire as from 8 May.

Canon Brian Wood, Vicar, Drighlington (Wakefield): to retire as from 30 September.

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