Westcott House, Cambridge
Westcott House is a Church of England theological college based in Jesus Lane located in the centre of the university city of Cambridge in the United Kingdom.  Its main activity is training people for ordained ministry in Anglican churches. Westcott House is a founder member of the Cambridge Theological Federation.
The college, now firmly within the Liberal Catholic tradition of the Church of England, has its origin in the Cambridge Clergy Training School, which was founded by Brooke Foss Westcott, then Regius Professor of Divinity at the University of Cambridge, in 1881.
Principals of Westcott House
- All the principals of the Clergy Training School and of Westcott House have thus far been ordained Anglican priests.
- 1916–1919: Closed during World War I.
- 1919–1943: Bertram Cunningham
- 1943–1947: William Greer
- 1948–1961: Kenneth Carey
- 1962–1972: Peter Walker
- 1972–1981: Mark Santer
- 1981–1993: Rupert Hoare
- 1993–2006: Michael Roberts
- 2006–present: Martin Seeley
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