Party affiliation: member Anglican Church
A Solicitor and Notary Public, Captain Norman Lloyd-Edwards is now retired. He was a Senior Partner and Consultant with Cartwrights, Adams & Black in Cardiff and spent his National Service in the Royal Navy between 1958-1960. He served on Cardiff City Council between 1963 and 1987, and Lord Mayor in 1985/86.
In 1990 he was appointed Lord Lieutenant of South Glamorgan. On 8 June 2008 it was announced that Sir Norman will be retiring from the post of Lord Lieutenant of South Glamorgan on his 75th birthday. Sir Norman is President of the Pilot cutter seamark charitable trust.
An organisation restoring Swansea's pilot ship first commissioned in 1959. He became Vice President of the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama in May 1995.
Additionally, Sir Norman has had a distinguished career in English (the English Grand Lodge is also responsible for in Wales). He has served many years as President of the Masonic Samaritan Fund (a national Masonic health care charity), and in April 2008 it was announced that he would be the new Provincial Grand Master for the Masonic Province of South Wales (Eastern Division).