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Wignall, Michael Thomas locked

Wignall, Michael Thomas locked

Born Preston, Lancs 23 May 1967; s of Alan Wignall and Catherine Wignall (née Dunn); m 2015, Johanna Bethan Cole; two s one d

Chef Patron, The Angel at Hetton, since 2018


St Cuthbert Mayne High Sch., Preston; Preston Coll.


Jun. sous chef, Heathcotes, Longridge, 1987–89; Head Chef: The Old Beams, Waterhouses, 1993–95 (Michelin Star); Waldo’s, Cliveden, 1996–98 (Michelin Star); Michael’s Nook, Grasmere, 1998–2002 (Michelin Star); Exec. Head Chef, The Devonshire Arms, N Yorks, 2002–07 (Michelin Star); Head Chef, Michael Wignall at The Latymer, Pennyhill Park Hotel, 2007–15; Creative Dir, Football Café, 2013–16; Exec. Chef, Gidleigh Park Hotel, Devon, 2016–18. Pop-up restaurants: Stockholm, 2013; Selfridges, London, 2014. Charity event, India, Creative Services Support Gp, 2013; Bobby Moore Fund, 2014, 2015. A judge, BBC MasterChef: The Professionals, 2013, 2014. Best dessert under 21s and best overall entrant, Salon Culinaire, 1986; winner, Northwest Chefs Circle, 1987; Best Restaurant Newcomer of the Yr, Good Food Guide, 2009; winner, SW, Britain’s Best Dish, ITV, 2010; Michael Wignall at The Latymer awarded 2 Michelin Stars, 2012, 5 AA Rosettes, 2012; Gidleigh Park Hotel awarded 2 Michelin Stars, 2016, 5 AA Rosettes, 2017; The Angel at Hetton awarded Michelin Star, 2020, 2022, 4 AA Rosettes, 2020, 2022


wakeboarding, snowboarding, heliboarding, downhill mountain biking, Lotus sport, photography, surfing


Horseshoe Barn, Calton, Skipton, N Yorks BD23 4AD