Wales Power List 2002: Mo - Op

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Wales Power List 2002: Mo - Op


MORRIS, Kathryn Director of Finance for S4C Born 15/06/57 Pembroke Spouse/ptnr Micha Children Elisa, Rhys Educ Pembroke Grammar School; University College, Cardiff; training contract with Grant Thornton, Cardiff; B Sc Econ; FCA Other info/interests Hill and coastal walking; antique ceramics Friend of Nantgarw China Works Museum; watching rugby ICAEW Contact 83 Ely Road, Lland, f, Cardiff, CF5 2BY Tel 029 20569791 MORTON, His Honour Judge (David) Christopher Circuit Judge since July 1992 Born 01/12/43 India Spouse/ptnr Sandra Jo Children Four Educ Worksop College, Nottinghamshire; Cambridge University (Fitzwilliam Coll); BA. LLB. Other info/interests Railways; Welsh Affairs; rugby Contact Swansea Crown Court, St Helens Road, Swansea, SA1 4PF MOSS, Fraser Fashion designer. Cofounder of YMC You Must Create, a label favoured by pop bands like Steps. Worked during the 1980s for Vivienne before setting up cult underground label Professor Head.

The company sourced and sold pop cult tshirts, vintage clothing and trainers. Frazer and business partner Jimmy Collins formed YMC in London in 1996, in a response to the increasing demand for functional, modern clothing. They were named British Streetstyle Designers of The Year by the British Fashion Council. Born 1966 Newport MUGFORD, Byron Company general manager at Swansea RFC. Previously worked in industry for 25 years Born 05/11/49 Swansea Spouse/ptnr Angela Children Three Educ Penlan Comprehensive, Swansea; Studied management at the British Institute of Management Other info/interests Bowls and athletics Supporter of The Princes Trust Cymru Contact 12 Derwen Fawr Road, Sketty Green, Swansea Tel 07850 558470 MURPHY, Rt Hon Paul Peter Secretary of State for Wales since 28 July 1999.

Labour MP for Torfaen. Former Minister of State, Northern Ireland Office 1997-99.

Worked as a lecturer at Ebbw Vale College of Further Education before entering politics Born 25/11/48 Usk Educ West Monmouth School, Pontypool; Oriel College, Oxford; MA (Oxon). Honorary Fellow, Oriel College, Oxford; member of the Royal Institute of International Affairs; Privy Councillor Other info/interests Classical music, cooking Contact Gwydyr House, Whitehall, London SW1A 2ER Tel 020 7270 0549/0568 E-mail paul. murphy@wales. gsi. gov. uk MUTTERS, Harold Samuel MBE for services to the youth of Wales in 2002 New Year Honours. Former Royal Marine who gave up teachers training to devoted more than 40 years to running youth clubs. Moved to Ebbw Vale in 1957 to run the Richard Thomas Baldwin youth club, established for steelworkers children. Born 20/10/22 Middlesex Spouse/ptnr Renee Children Norma Educ Hillingdon Grammar School; Contact 5 Hill View, Gilwern, Abergavenny Tel 01873 831782 MYERS, John Frederick Group Managing Director radio, Guardian Media Group plc, owners of commercial station Real Radio, since June 1999. Responsible for all radio operations within the group Born 11/04/59 Carlisle, Cumbri Spouse/ptnr Linda Children One daughter, one son Educ Newman RC, Carlisle; Tel 02920 315100 Fax 0207 713 4343 E-mail John. myers@gmgradio. co. uk NAPIER, Major General Lennox Alexander Hawkins CB 1983; OBE 1970; MC 1957. Vice Lord-Lieutenant of Gwent, since 1995. Retired (formerly inspector of public inquiries, 1983-98). Career: joined the Army, 1946; commanded 1st Battalion South Wales Borderers and 1st Battalion Royal Regiment of Wales; Colonel, Ministry of Defence; Brigade Commander, Berlin Infantry Bde; Prince of Wales's Division: Divisional Brigadier; Colonel Commandant;

General Officer Commandant Wales;

Colonel, Royal Regiment of Wales; Honorary Colonel, Cardiff University Officer Training Corps; chair, Central Rail Users Ctee (1986-97). DL Gwent 1983; High Sheriff 1988. Born 28/06/28 Broadway, Worcs Spouse/ptnr Married Jennifer Dawn Wilson 1959 Children One son, two daughters Educ Radley College; RMA Sandhurst;

Other info/interests Shooting; riding Contact Osbaston Farm, Monmouth, Gwent NP25 5DL Tel 0600 714107 NATASEGARA, Barbara Director of Safer Cardiff Ltd since July 1977. …

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