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Jonathan has lifelong connections with the Island, being baptised and married in Bembridge, where his family always retained a home.
Born in Cowes, Mr Medley spent his early adult life living and working in Europe as an Industrial Engineer and
Mrs Longford has three sons and four grandchildren. She is retired with a nursing background and was a Trustee of
Mrs Locke’s background is in business and enterprise and in 2016 she won The Queens Award for Enterprise Promotion. A former High
Gill’s working career was in the NHS where she worked as a nurse, a midwife and an Associate Director. Gill
After studying physics at Oxford University, Dr England taught at Wellington College where he became head of department then a
Mrs Collins was appointed Deputy Lieutenant in July 2017. She is Trustee of IW Sports Foundation, and is a committee
Mrs Mary Case was born and brought up on the Island. Apart from 3 years in London, she has lived
Son of a Somerset dairy farmer, Mr Biss moved to the Island in 2006, back to his wife Sue’s home.
Mr Attrill comes from a longstanding Isle of Wight farming family.  Schooled on the Island he then graduated from Wye
The Queen’s Birthday Honours list, recognises people for their contribution to education, children’s services and equality. From the Isle of Wight, Mrs
Three organisations on the Isle of Wight have been awarded The Queen's Award for Voluntary Service: Aspire Ryde - Developed
On Wednesday 24th May 2017, the Isle of Wight's Lord-Lieutenant presented the British Empire Medal (BEM) to Gillian Burnett.  Friends
On Tuesday 23rd May 2017, Major General Martin White and Mrs White attended the annual Lord-Lieutenants Association's AGM.  This was followed by
The commemoration of the defence of Cowes and East Cowes by the Cowes built Polish Destroyer ORP Blyskawica On Sunday
Spinlock presented with The Queen's Award for Enterprise: Innovation Spinlock, designers and manufacturers of rope holding equipment and personal safety
On Sunday 12th March 2017, Isle of Wight's Lord-Lieutenant presented the Légion d'Honneur medal to Mr John Higgins at the
THE QUEEN has recognised five people on the Isle of Wight for their hard work and dedication to a range
THE Isle of Wight fell silent as the dead of both world wars and conflicts across the world since were
A special 'field of remembrance’ will once again be opened to the public at Carisbrooke Castle to commemorate those in the
THE Earl of Wessex is to open the Isle of Wight Literary Festival at Northwood House, in Cowes, on October