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The Rt Revd Alan Winton  PhD BA[1] Bishop of Thetford Church Church of England Diocese Diocese of Norwich Predecessor Rt Revd David Atkinson Ordination 1991 Consecration 29 September 2009[2] Personal details Born 1958 (age 51–52) South London[3] Nationality British Denomination Anglican Residence The Red House, Stoke Holy Cross Spouse Pippa[1] Children 2 adult daughters: Sarah & Tasha[1] Alma mater Sheffield University Anglicanism portal Alan Peter Winton (born 1958) is the Bishop of Thetford in the Church of England.[4][5] Educated at Sheffield University, he was ordained in 1991. His first post was as a Curate in Southgate.[6] Later he was Priest in charge of St Paul's Walden, then CME Officer for the St Albans Diocese. Finally (before his elevation to the Episcopate) he was Rector of Welwyn.[7] Bishop Alan is married with two children.[1] Styles Alan Winton Esq (1958–1991) The Revd Alan Winton (1991–canon) The Revd Canon Alan Winton (canon–2009) The Rt Revd Alan Winton (2009—) References ^ a b c d Official announcement ^ Peter Owen — Vacant Suffragan Sees ^ Diocese of Norwich — Bishop of Thetford biography ^ Thetford and Brandon Times ^ Daily Telegraph “Appointments in the clergy” p32 Issue no 47,931 (dated Friday 9 July 2009) ^ Crockford's Clerical Directory 2008/2009 Lambeth, Church House Publishing ISBN 9780715110300 ^ St Albans Anglican Church of England titles Preceded by David Atkinson Bishop of Thetford 2009— Incumbent v • d • e Bishops of Thetford since 1908 Arthur Thomas Lloyd • John Phillips Alcott Bowers • John Walker Woodhouse • Martin Patrick Grainge Leonard • Eric William Bradley Cordingly • Hugh Charles Blackburne • Timothy Dudley-Smith • Hugo Ferdinand de Waal • David John Atkinson • Alan Peter Winton • Persondata Name Winton, Alan Peter Alternative names Short description Date of birth 1958 Place of birth South London Date of death Place of death This article about a Church of England bishop is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e