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Baroness Patricia Liewwlyn-Davies LLEWELYN-DAVIES OF HASTOE

Member of the House of Lords

Baroness Patricia Liewwlyn-Davies LLEWELYN-DAVIES OF HASTOE, Member of the House of Lords. Honorary Fellow, Girton College, Cambridge, 1978.

Background

LLEWELYN-DAVIES OF HASTOE, Baroness Patricia Liewwlyn-Davies was born on July 16, 1915. Daughter of the late Charles Percy Parry.

Education

Liverpool College, Huyton. Girton College, Cambridge.

Career

Parly, candidate, 1951-1960. Secretary, Laboratory Parliamentary Association, 1960. House of Lords, since 1967.

Baroness-in-Waiting, 1969. Chief Opposition Whip, 1973-1974. Government Chief Whip and Captain Honorary Corps, of Gentlemen at Arms, 1974-1979.

PC, since 1975; Chairman, Women’s National Commission, 1976-1979. Opposition Chief Whip, 1979-1982. Principal Deputy Chairman of Committees, 1982-1986.

Chairman, European Community Select Committee, 1982-1986. Professional career: Civil servant, 1940-1951. Member, Board of Governors, Great Ormond Street Hospital for Sick Children, 1955-1967, and Chairman, 196769.

Director, Africa Educational Trust, 1960-1969, and trustee, 1969-1974. Chairman, Women’s National Cancer Control Campaign, 1972-1974.

Connections

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father:
the late Charles Percy Parry

spouse:
Richard Llewelyn-Davies