Colin John Fraser Scott (born 14 May 1933) was the Bishop of Hulme from 1984 until 1998.
Scott was educated at Berkhamsted School and Queens' College, Cambridge. After curacies at St Barnabas, Clapham Common and St James, Hatcham he was Vicar of St Mark, Kennington. Following this he was Vice-Chairman of the Southwark Diocesan Pastoral Committee and then (his final appointment before elevation to the Episcopate) Team Rector of Sanderstead. In retirement he continues to serve the Church as an Assistant Bishop within the Diocese of Leicester. He is a prominent member of the Anglican Pacifist Fellowship.
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