Who's who in Cumbria
Published at 00:00, Friday, 13 January 2006
People in Who’s Who 2006 with an address in Cumbria
John Fortnam APPLETON - A Circuit Judge, since 1992; Designated Civil Judge, Lancashire and Cumbria (formerly Preston) Group of Courts, since 1999 - Salmon fishing, shooting, gardening
Dr Alick ASHMORE - Director, Daresbury Laboratory, Science Research Council, 1970-81 - Walking, travel
Norman ASPIN - HM Diplomatic Service, retired; Adviser and Secretary, East Africa Association, 1981-84 - Sailing, tennis.
(William) Reay ATKINSON - Under Secretary, 1978-86, and Regional Director, North Eastern Region, 1981-86, Department of Industry - Gentle walking, reading, music
Sir Christopher (John) AUDLAND - HM Diplomatic Service and Commission of the European Communities, retired -
Anthony (Tony) George BALL - FIMI; FCGI; Chairman, Tony Ball Associates (TBA) plc, since 1983 - Theatre, British Military history, sharing good humour.
Baron BALLYEDMOND (Edward Haughey) - JP; Chairman, Norbrook Laboratories Ltd and Norbrook Holdings BV, since 1980; Member, Senate of Ireland, since 1994 (Government spokesman for Northern Ireland) - Fishing, shooting, walking.
Colin Michael BARNETT - international business consultant, since 1990; Regional Secretary, North-West Regional Council of the Trades Union
Congress, 1976-85; Divisional Officer, North-West Division of the National Union of Public Employees, 1971-84 - Reading, promoting values of socialist ethics
Roger George BAXTER - UK boarding school consultant; Partner, Select Education (formerly Select Education and Select Consultants), since 1995 - Opera music, cooking, wine
James Steven BELL CBE - Director General, Ministry of the Interior, Bahrain, retired - Walking, reading, travel.
John Stuart BEVAN OBE - Further Education Funding Council for England Ombudsman, 1996-2001 - Scouting, mountaineering.
Dr John BIGGS - Chairman, Free Church Federal Council, 1993-97 (Moderator, 1992-93) - Fell-walking, opera, photography.
His Honour Andrew James BLACKETT-ORD - A Circuit Judge, 1972-87; Vice-Chancellor, County Palatine of Lancaster, 1973-87 - Reading, art, country life, shooting, travel.
Roger Humphrey BOISSIER - Chairman, Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Co. Ltd, since 2000 - Cars, foreign travel, reading, meeting people.
Sir Christian (John Storey) BONINGTON - Mountaineer, writer and photographer - Mountaineering, skiing and orienteering
Prof. Patrick Stewart BOULTER - Consultant Surgeon Emeritus, Royal Surrey County Hospital and Regional Radiotherapy Centre, since 1991; President, Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh, 1991-94 - Mountaineering, skiing and fly fishing.
Eric Joseph BOWMAN - Consultant, since 1986 - Fly fishing, walking, swimming, gardening, reading.
John Robert BRADNEY - HM Diplomatic Service, retired - Salmon and trout fishing, gardening, ornithology.
Charles BRAY - Artist, mainly in glass
Norman Neill BROADHURST - Chairman: Chloride Group plc, since 2001; Freightliner Ltd, since 2001 - Golf.
Peter BROWNLOW - Managing Director and Financial Director, Border Television plc, 1996-2000 - Sailing, fell walking, gardening.
Mary Elizabeth BURKETT OBE - Director of Abbot Hall Art Gallery, and Museum of Lakeland Life and Industry, 1967-86, and Borough Museum, Kendal, 1977-86; retired - Travel, bird watching, photography, writing, doing research into more Cumbrian artists, lecturing, picking up stones.
(James) Pearse BUTLER - Chief Executive, Cumbria and Lancashire Strategic Health Authority, since 2002 - Family, Everton FC, golf.
Prof. John Bernard CALDWELL OBE - Emeritus Professor of Naval Architecture, University of Newcastle upon Tyne, since 1991 -
Baron CAVENDISH OF FURNESS (Richard Hugh Cavendish) - Chairman, Holker Estate Group of Companies (interests including agricultural and urban property, leisure, mineral extraction, export, construction, national hunt racing and forestry), since 1971 - Gardening, National Hunt racing, collecting drawings, reading, travel.
Gerald Anthony CHALK - A District Judge (Magistrates’ Courts), since 2004 - Sport, history, literature.
Paul Arthur CHAMBERLAIN - Headmaster, Cheltenham College, 1997-2004 - Fell walking, fly fishing, music, photography.
Rear Adm. Timothy Clive CHITTENDEN - Project Director, ASTUTE, BAE Systems Submarines, BAE Systems Marine Ltd, since 2005 - Sailing and dinghy racing, hill-walking, 0.22 target rifle shooting, reading, listening to music.
Very Rev. Thomas Wood Ingram CLEASBY - Dean of Chester, 1978-86, Dean Emeritus, since 1986 - Fell-walking, bird watching, gardening, fishing, local history.
Ms Maureen Morfydd COLQUHOUN - Political researcher and writer; Chief Executive, North West Government Relations, since 1994 - Fell-walking, jazz, opera, theatre.
Alister Stransom COX - Headmaster, Royal Grammar School, Newcastle upon Tyne, 1972-94 - music especially singing, French life and politics, touring lecture Alliance Française.
Susan Anne CREWE - Editor, House and Garden, since 1994 - Gardening, sea-swimming, music.
Philip CRITCHLEY - Consultant, Martin Jack & Co., since 1991 - Philosophy, writing poetry.
James Anthony CROPPER - Chairman, James Cropper PLC, since 1971; Lord-Lieutenant of Cumbria, since 1994 (Vice Lord-Lieutenant, 1991-94) - Shooting, wind-surfing.
Thomas Anthony, (Tony) CUNNINGHAM - MP (Lab) Workington, since 2001; an Assistant Government Whip, since 2005 -
Julian DAVEY - Mountaineer and mountain leader, since 1998 - Climbing, ski-mountaineering, caving, performing arts, landscape gardening.
Prof. Ronald DAVIE - Child psychologist; Visiting Professor, University of Gloucestershire (formerly Cheltenham and Gloucester College of Higher Education), since 1997 - Photography, antiques, good music of all kinds.
(Edward) Hunter DAVIES - Author, broadcaster, publisher - Walking, Lakeland books, Beatles memorabilia, swimming, football.
Michael William DRAPER - Under Secretary, Department of Health and Social Security, 1976-78, retired - Mountain walking, church affairs.
Joseph DUNNING CBE - Chairman, Lothian Health Board, 1983-84; Principal, Napier College of Commerce and Technology, Edinburgh, 1963-81, retired - Silversmithing, photography.
Prof. Adrian Leonard William Francis EDDLESTON - FRCP; Professor of Liver Immunology, London University, 1982-2000, now Emeritus, and Head of Guy’s, King’s College and St Thomas’ School of Medicine of King’s College London, 1998-2000 - Computing, model aircraft flying.
Prof. Philip Walter EDWARDS - King Alfred Professor of English Literature, University of Liverpool, 1974-90, now Emeritus - Walking, calligraphy.
John Nicholas McAlpine ENTWISTLE - Consultant Solicitor, Davies Wallis Foyster, 1992-2004; President, British Chambers of Commerce, 1998-2000 - Collecting and painting pictures, gardening, fishing, shooting.
John Harold FAWCETT - HM Diplomatic Service, retired - Gardening, collecting books, mathematical models.
Leo Peter FINN - Chief Executive, Northern Rock PLC, 1997-2001 - Walking, opera, cooking.
(David) Colin FIRTH - Headmaster, Cheadle Hulme School, 1977-89, retired - Golf, fell walking, talking about gardening, singing.
Robert Philip FLOWER - JP; HM Diplomatic Service, retired; Counsellor, Foreign and Commonwealth Office, 1994-96 - Fell-walking, reading, music.
Margaret FORSTER - Author - Walking on Hampstead Heath, rading, contemporary fiction.
Prof. Robert Stewart FOWLER OBE - Principal and Chief Executive, Central School of Speech and Drama, 1986-2001 - Living, loving, life-saving, laughing, Lake District, Provence, family, friends, writing.
Dr Geoffrey FRYER - Deputy Chief Scientific Officer, Windermere Laboratory, Freshwater Biological Association, 1981-88 - Natural history, walking, church architecture, photography.
Prof. David Malcolm GALLOWAY - Professor of Primary Education, University of Durham, 1992-2001 (Head of School of Education, 1993-2000) - Bee-keeping, fell search and mountain rescue.
Charles Alexander GARSIDE - Managing Editor, Daily Mail, since 2004; Proprietor, Miller Howe Hotel and Restaurant, Windermere, since 1998; Managing Director, 649 Service Ltd, since 1997 - Fly fishing, theatres, classic cars.
Frank William GLAVES-SMITH - Deputy Director-General of Fair Trading, 1973-79, retired - fell-walking
Judith Mary GOODLAND - Head Mistress, Wycombe Abbey School, 1989-98 - Fell-walking, bell ringing, bridge.
Rt Rev. Andrew Alexander Kenny GRAHAM - Hon. Assistant Bishop, diocese of Carlisle, since 1997 - Hill walking
Duncan Gilmour GRAHAM CBE - Senior Partner, Duncan Graham Consultants, 1991-2001 - Garden railways, walking, fly fishing.
Sir James (Fergus Surtees) GRAHAM - 7th Bt, Farmer -
James Lowery GRAHAM OBE - DL; Deputy Chairman, Border Television, Carlisle, since 2001 (Managing Director, 1982-96; Deputy Chairman, 1990-96; Chief Executive Officer and Chairman, 1996-98; non-executive Chairman, 1999-2001) - Hill walking, skiing, cycling.
Rt Rev. Ian Macdonald GRIGGS - Bishop Suffragan of Ludlow, 1987-94; Hon. Assistant Bishop, Diocese of Carlisle, since 1994 - Hill walking, dinghy sailing.
Rt Rev. George Lanyon HACKER - Hon. Assistant Bishop, diocese of Carlisle, since 1994; Bishop Suffragan of Penrith, 1979-94 - Gardening, book binding, writing poetry.
Betty HALL CBE - Regional Nursing Officer, West Midlands Regional Health Authority, 1974-81 - Reading, tapestry making, cricket.
Derrick George HANSON - financial consultant; writer, director of companies; Chairman: Moneyguide Ltd, since 1978; Albany Investment Trust plc, 2000-04 (Director, 1980-2004); Barrister - Golf, gardening, hill-walking.
Rt Rev. Robert Maynard HARDY CBE - Hon. Assistant Bishop, Diocese of Carlisle, since 2002 - Walking, gardening, fishing.
Rt Rev. (Thomas) Richard HARE - Suffragan Bishop of Pontefract, 1971-92 -
Joseph Hugh HARRIS - Vice Lord-Lieutenant of Cumbria, since 1994 - Shooting, country sports, conservation.
Claude William HARRISON - Artist; portrait painter and painter of conversation pieces, imaginative landscapes and murals, etc - Painting
(George) Michael (Antony) HARRISON - Chief Education Officer, City of Sheffield, 1967-85 - Foreign travel
Sir David Michael HART - General Secretary, National Association of Head Teachers, 1978-2005 - Tennis, walking, riding.
Dr Robert Neville HASZELDINE - Scientific consultant; Professor of Chemistry, 1957-82, Head of Department of Chemistry, 1957-76, and Principal, 1976-82, University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology (Faculty of Technology, The University of Manchester) - Mountaineering, gardening, natural history, good food, wine, wilderness travel.
8th Baron HENLEY (Oliver Michael Robert Eden) - Baron Northington (UK) 1885 -
Ven. Colin HILL - Archdeacon of West Cumberland, since 2004 - Scandinavian travel, cultivation of bonsai, walking.
Sir Martin (Wyatt) HOLDGATE - President: Zoological Society of London, 1994-2004; Freshwater Biological Association, since 2002 -
6th Baron HOTHFIELD (Anthony Charles Sackville Tufton) - Bt 1851; DL - Real tennis, lawn tennis, bridge, shooting.
Sir John (Philip) HOWARD-LAWSON - 6th Bt -
Ven. George Alexander HOWE - Archdeacon of Westmorland and Furness, since 2000 - Listening to The Archers, walking the dog, good food and win, cartology.
Air Vice-Marshal Evelyn Michael Thomas HOWELL CBE - - Swimming, conservation, boating.
Rt Hon. John (Matthew Patrick) HUTTON - PC 2001; MP (Lab) Barrow and Furness, since 1992; Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, since 2005; Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, since 2005 - Football, cricket, cinema, music.
2nd Baron INGLEWOOD (William Richard Fletcher-Vane) - DL -
Michael Walter JACKSON - Under Secretary and Head of Marine Directorate, Department of Transport, 1993-94, retired - Hill walking, opera.
Dr David Gwynfor JAMES - Head of Meteorological Research Flight, Royal Aircraft Establishment, Farnborough, 1971-82 - Golf, choral singing.
Sir Alexander Maule, (Sir Alec) JARDINE of Applegirth - Farmer, 23rd Chief of the Clan of Jardine -
John Norman Richard JEFFERS - Consultant; Visiting Professor: Mechanical, Materials and Manufacturing, University of Newcastle, since 1994; Mathematical Institute, University of Kent, since 1993; School of Mathematics, Statistics and Computing, University of Greenwich, since 1994 - Military history and wargaming, amateur dramatics.
William Hayton JEFFERSON OBE - Director, Portugal, British Council, and Cultural Counsellor, Lisbon, 1996-98 - Cumbrian local history and dialect, wine, bowls.
Ven. David Thomas Ivor JENKINS - Archdeacon of Westmorland and Furness, 1995-99, now Emeritus - Golf, reading, good food and win with friends, foreign travel.
Laurence Charles Kevin KELLY - Non-executive Director, 1972-93, and Vice-Chairman, 1988-93, Helical Bar PLC (Deputy Chairman, 1981-84; Chairman, 1984-88) - opera-going.
Prof. Michael Franz LAPPERT - Research Professor of Chemistry, University of Sussex, since 1997 (Professor of Chemistry, 1969-97) - Theatre, opera, tennis, walking.
James Robert LAWSON - Regional Nursing Officer, Mersey, 1985-89, retired - Fell-walking, caravaning, active sports.
Rodney LEACH - FCIM; company director; Chief Executive and Managing Director, VSEL Consortium plc, 1986-88; Chief Executive, 1985-88, and Chairman, 1986-88, Vickers Shipbuilding and Engineering Ltd; Chairman, Cammell Laird Shipbuilders Ltd, 1985-88 - Fell-walking, sailing, gardening, literature.
Bryan Charles LINDLEY CBE - Chairman and Chief Executive, Lord Lindley Associates, since 1990; Director, J & B Imaging, since 1998 - Music, photography, skiing, walking, sailing.
Rt Rev. Hugh LINDSAY - Bishop (RC) of Hexham and Newcastle, 1974-92 - Walking, swimming.
John Gordon LIVERMAN - Deputy Secretary, Department of Energy, 1974-80 -
7th Earl of LONSDALE (James Hugh William Lowther) - Viscount and Baron Lowther, 1797; Bt 1764 -
John Walter Guerrier LUND CBE - Botanist, at Windermere Laboratory of Freshwater Biological Association, 1945-78; Deputy Chief Scientific Officer - Gardening
Francis Thomas MAIS - Secretary, Royal Northern College of Music, 1982-90 -
Rev. Dr Geoffrey Edward MARRISON - Hon. Fellow, South East Asian Studies, University of Hull, since 1992 (Associate, Centre for South-East Asian Studies, 1989-91; Senior Fellow, 2000-03) - Ethno-linguistics of South and South East Asia, Christian and oriental art.
Prof. Geoffrey Haward MARTIN - DPhil; FSA, FRHistS; Research Professor of History, University of Essex, since 1990 - Fell-walking in moderation, bibliophily.
Eric Anthony MARTLEW - MP (Lab) Carlisle, since 1987 - Photography, fell-walking, horse racing.
Sir Graham (John) MELMOTH - Chief Executive, Co-operative Group (CWS) Ltd (formerly Co-operative Wholesale Society), 1996-2002 - Opera, theatre, Co-operative history.
Prof. John Edward MERRITT - Emeritus Professor, The Open University, since 1987; educational research in association with Charlotte Mason College, Ambleside, 1985-91 - Fell-walking orienteering, climbing, skiing, theatre.
Prof. David Henry Harold METCALFE OBE - Professor of General Practice, University of Manchester School of Medicine, 1978-92, now Professor Emeritus - Photography, sailing, hill walking.
Rev. Canon Michael John MIDDLETON - Canon of Westminster, 1997-2004, now Canon Emeritus; Treasurer, 1997-2004, and Almoner, 2000-04, Westminster Abbey - Walking, Westerns.
George MOORE - Chairman, Grayne Marketing Co. Ltd, 1978-95 - Golf, sailing.
John David MOORE - Headmaster, St Dunstan’s College, Catford, 1993-97 - Cricket, walking, theatre, music.
Dr John Andrew OLIVER - - Swimming maps, languages, family hisory.
Sir (Francis) Nicholas (Fraser) PEARSON - Shooting, fishing.
Ven. Lawrence Joseph PEAT - Archdeacon of Westmorland and Furness, 1989-95, now Emeritus - Walking, music.
Bishop Suffragan of PENRITH (Rt. Rev. James William Scobie Newcome) - - Film, contemporary novels, cross-country running, furniture restoration.
John Andrew PHILLIPS - A Circuit Judge, since 1998 - Playing the violin.
Lt-Col Basil Norman RECKITT - Director, Reckitt and Colman Ltd, retired 1972 (Chairman, 1966-70) -
Richard David Walton RHODES - JP; Principal, Rossall Schools, 2000-01 - Photography, sports, motoring, gardening in the Lake District.
Rt Rev. John Henry RICHARDSON - Suffragan Bishop of Bedford, 1994-2002; Hon. Assistant Bishop, dioceses of Carlisle and Newcastle, since 2003 - Walking, bird watching, windsurfing, fishing, energetic gardening.
Robert Evan ROBERTS - National General Secretary, National Council of YMCAs, 1965-75 - Trying to keep abrest with what's happening in the world.
Neil ROBINSON - Director of Programmes, Border Television, since 2000Interim Director of Communications, The Liverpool Culture Company, European Capital of Culture, since 2005 -
Eric ROBSON - DL; freelance writer and broadcaster, since 1979; farmer, since 1987 - Painting, fell-walking, cooking, avoiding housework.
Peter Brian ROGERS - Chief Executive, Independent Television Commission, 1996-2000 - Woodwork, cycling.
David John SANGER - Organ recitalist, composer, teacher - Racquet sports, swimming, fell-walking.
Rt Rev. John Richard SATTERTHWAITE - Bishop of Gibraltar in Europe, 1980-93; an Assistant Bishop, diocese of Carlisle, since 1994 - Fell-walking, music.
Prof. (Ernest) Alwyn SMITH CBE - PhD; Professor of Epidemiology and Social Oncology, University of Manchester, 1979-90; Chairman, Lancaster Health Authority, 1991-94 - Music, bird watching, sailing.
Bryan SPARROW - HM Diplomatic Service, retired; Ambassador to Croatia, 1992-94 - Gardening.
Ven. Colin Percy STANNARD - Archdeacon of Carlisle and Residentiary Canon of Carlisle Cathedral, 1984-93, now Archdeacon and Canon Emeritus - Walking, bringing order out of chaos especially in gardens.
Barbara Marion STEPHENS OBE, (Mrs T. J. Stephens) - Head of Public Sector Practice, kmc international, since 2002 - Embroidery, reading, letter-writing, encouraging women to fulfil their potential.
John Francis TALLING - Research Fellow, Freshwater Biological Association, since 1991 - Country walking.
Prof. Ronald Wentworth TAYLOR - Professor Emeritus of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, United Medical and Dental Schools of Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospitals, since 1989 - Fell walking, sailing, silversmithing, resotation of furinture, photography.
Rt Rev. (Geoffrey) Hewlett THOMPSON - Hon. Assistant Bishop, diocese of Carlisle, since 1999 - Fell-walking, reading, gardening, music.
Gervase Michael Cobham THORNELY - Headmaster of Sedbergh School, 1954-75 - Music, fly fishing.
Malcolm Tod THYNE - Chairman, Cumbria Cerebral Palsy, since 2003 - Hill walking, skiing, organic gardening.
Sydney TIERNEY - JP; President, 1977-81, and 1983-91, and National Officer, 1979-91, Union of Shop, Distributive and Allied Workers; Chairman, Labour Party, 1986-87 (Vice-Chairman, 1985-86) -
Thomas TUOHY CBE - Managing Director, British Nuclear Fuels Ltd, 1971-73 - Gardening, travel.
Anthony Courtenay Froude VERITY - Master, Dulwich College, 1986-95 - Music, fell-walking.
David WARD - Consultant, Atkinson Ritson (formerly Atkinson & North), Solicitors, Carlisle, since 1998 (Partner, 1964-98); President, The Law Society, 1989-90 - Mountaineering, choral and church music.
Rev. Canon David Wilfrid Valentine WESTON - Residentiary Canon of Carlisle Cathedral, since 1994; Canon Librarian, since 1995 -
Air Vice-Marshal Leslie William Frederick WHEELER - Independent Inspector for Public Inquiries and Chairman of Appointments Boards for Civil Service Commissioners and Ministry of Defence, 1984-94 - Walking, golf philately.
Laurence Glynn WILLIAMS - Director, Nuclear Safety and Security, Nuclear Decommissioning Authority, since 2005 - Cycling, keeping fit, music, theatre, supporting Liverpool Football Club.
(William) George WILSON OBE - Associate Director, PA Consulting Group, 1989-92 - Border history and genealogy.
Charles Frederick WOODHOUSE - Partner, Farrer and Co., Solicitors, 1969-99 (Consultant, 1999-2001); Solicitor to the Duke of Edinburgh, 1983-2001 - Cricket, golf, gardens and trees, Owen's Southsea, Cumbria's historic environment.
(Ronald) Michael WOODHOUSE - Chairman, Rexam PLC (formerly Bowater), 1993-96 (Director, 1988-96); Chairman, Prince’s Trust Volunteers, 1991-2000 - Walking in Lake District, watching Rugby and cricket, opera, music, gardening, art, reading.
WOOF, Robert Samuel Director, Wordsworth Trust, Dove Cottage, Grasmere, since 1989
WRIGLEY, Prof. Jack Professor of Education, 1967-88, and Deputy Vice-Chancellor, 1982-88, University of Reading, now Professor Emeritus
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