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HUGHES, Peredur Holyhead farmer and president of NFU Cymru, since February 2002. A member of the NFU for 35 years, Mr Hughes was elected onto the Anglesey Executive Committee in 1975. Former county chair of Anglesey NFU in 1984, and served on various NFU committies. Member of NFU Council and Welsh Council 1990 and was vice-chairman of the Technical Services committee in 1995-6, but stepped down after elected as NFU Cymru deputy president in 1997. Represents Anglesey on London Council and the LFA committee. A director of a local supply co-operative and a director of the Welsh Meat Company. Runs the 300-acre family farm with one of his sons, Llyr. Farm diversified to boost income, and has 16 National Wind Power wind turbines, plus a coarse angling lake Born 1945 Spouse/ptnr Dilys (runs a catering business at the Llynon) Children Llinos, Dewi, and Llyr Other info/interests Community councillor and chair/trustee of Llanddeusant Church Contact Fferm Uchaf, Llanddeusant, Holyhead HUGHES, Richard Iestyn Head of the National Screen and Sound Archive of Wales - formed April 2001 by the amalgamation of the Sound and Moving Image Collection of the National Library of Wales and the Wales Film and Television Archive, 2001. Previously: assistant keeper, NLW; deputy head, computer department, NLW. Born 18/11/55 Bangor Spouse/ptnr Marian Beech Hughes Children Sara and Seiriol Educ Ysgol Gyfun David Hughes; University College of Wales, Aberystwyth; College of Librarianship Wales; BLib Hons, A.L.A. Other info/interests History of photography; writing, current affairs, travel. The Library Association; Royal Photographic Society.

Contact National Screen and Sound Archive of Wales, Llyfrgell Genedlaethol Cymru, Aberystwyth, Ceredigion SY23 3BU Tel 01970 632820 / 01970 632882 Email ieh@llgc. org. uk HUGHES, Ronald Arfon Leader of Conwy County Borough Council; Cabinet chair.

Former chair of Policy and Resources Born 14/09/48 Bangor, Gwynedd Spouse/ptnr Married Children Two Contact Bodlondeb, Conwy, LL32 8DU Tel 01492 576069 Fax 576067 E-mail ronnie. hughes@line. net HUMPHRIES, John Charles Freeman Chief executive, Cymru Annibynnol/Wales Independence Party; director, British Bone Marrow Donor Appeal. Previously editor, The Western Mail; launch editor, Wales On Sunday; chief of European Bureau for Thomson Regional Newspapers; London and City Editor for Thomson Regional Newspapers. Born 02/01/37 Newport Spouse/ptnr Eliana Julia Paola Children Three Educ St Julians High School, Newport; National Council for the Training of Journalists Proficiency Certificate Other info/interests Gardening; walking; travel;

rugby. British Bone Marrow Donor Appeal Contact Plas Cwm Coed, Usk Road, Tredunnoc, Gwent, NP15 1PE. Tel 01633 450373 Fax 01633 450389 E-mail independentwales@compuserve. com HUMPHRYS, John Journalist and broadcaster; presenter of Radio 4's Today programme since 1987. Career: trainee reporter, Western Mail and Echo newspapers; worked as reporter and scriptwriter in independent TV before moving to the BBC. BBC career:

joined the BBC in Liverpool in 1966; Northern Ireland correspondent; at 28 became the BBC's first full-time television correspondent in the US and youngest foreign television correspondent; foreign correspondent in America and Africa; diplomatic correspondent; has presented the Nine O'Clock News, Panorama, You Decide; presents On the Record BBC 1 and On the Ropes Radio 4. Born 17/8/1943 Cardiff Children Became a father for the third time in 2000 Educ Cardiff High School until the age of 15; Won the Crystal Clear Broadcasting award from the Plain English Campaign. In February 2000 he was named Journalist of the Year in an awards ceremony organised by the political magazine, The House, and Channel 4. Other info/interests Owns a farm in Carmarthenshire and is a keen supporter of organically-produced food.

HUNT, Pamela Jane Managing director/producer, Raw Charm, independent TV production company, specialising in factual programmes. Previously: Rank Cinemas; BBC (first job, sound effects operator on The Archers). Welsh representative on the national council of Pact (Producers' Alliance for Cinema and Television); member of the Royal Television Society. Born 12/07/46 Curry Rivel in Somerset Spouse/ptnr Divorced Children One son 25, one daughter 23 Educ Grenville College, Bideford, Devon; Awarded the EAVE (Entrepreneurs Audio Visuelle Europeanne) qualification for the development of international documentaries, 1994; Bafta nomination, 1995, for Finishing School. Other info/interests Cooking; walking; travel;

looking after my three-year-old grandson.

Contact Halesworth, 17 Staines Street, Cardiff, CF5 1GP Tel 029 2064 1511, Fax 029 2066 8220 E-mail Pam@rawcharm. co. uk HURN, David Internationally-acclaimed documentary photographer, one of the elite Magnum agency, which has had just 40 members in half a century. Dyslexia meant he left school with no academic qualifications, but he excelled in rugby, which helped him get a place at the Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst. His interest in photography grew during his army training, where he joined the camera club as a way of leaving base. Leaving in 1956, he joined the Reflex agency in London, and his pictures of the Hungarian revolution earned him the cover of Life magazine. As a member of Magnum in the 1960s, he shot The Beatles filming A Hard Days Night, and created the memorable images of Jane Fonda in Barbarella, and Sean Connery with Walther PPK as 007.

In 1973 he set up the School of Documentary Photography at Newport College; in 1999 he was made an Honorary Fellow of the University of Wales College, Newport Born 1935 Redhill, Surrey, HUTT, Jane Labour Assembly Member for Vale of Glamorgan since May 1999; Minister for Health and Social Services Born 15/12/49 Epsom Spouse/ptnr Michael Trickey Children Jessica and Rachel Educ Highlands, Kenya; Rosemead, Littlehampton; Kent; London School of Economics, Bristol; BA Hons; Cert. of Qualification in Social Work; MSc Other info/interests Music; walking Contact 48 The Parade, Barry CF62 6SF Tel 1 01446 740981;

02920 898465 E-mail Jane. hutt@wales. gov. uk HUWS, Iwan Chief Executive; Snowdonia National Park Authority, since April 1996.

Secretary to the Welsh Group of the Association of National Park Authorities. Chair, Europarc Atlantic Isles Born 26/03/61 Dolgellau Spouse/ptnr Sian Huws Children Two daughters Educ Ysgol Syr Hugh Owen, Caernarfon; University College Cardiff; Normal College; University of Wales Bangor, Bangor; BSc Hons Zoology; MSc Ecology;

Postgraduate Diploma in Countryside Management Other info/interests Broadcasting;

golf; skiing; ornithology Institute of Biology CBiol, MIBiol; Institute of Welsh Affairs Contact Cilan, 29, Brynfynnon, Y Felinheli, Gwynedd, LL56 4SX Tel 01766 770 274 Fax 01766 771 566 IEUAN, Dafydd Drummer with rock band The Super Furry Animals. Brother of the bands keyboard player Cian Ciaran. Previously in 1980s band Ffa Coffi Pawb. Born 01/03/69 Bangor IFANS, Rhys (real name Rhys Evans) Actor, who made his feature film debut in Anthony Hopkins August in 1996. The following year, he was part of one of the most successful low-budget UK films, Twin Town, playing opposite his real-life twin brother, Llyr Evans.

Stole scenes from Hugh Grant and Julia Roberts as Spike, the unwashed lodger in Notting Hill, appeared in Rancid Aluminium, an all-Welsh production of the best-seller by Cardiff author James Hawes, and got his first Hollywood break in 2000, playing Adam Sandlers devilish brother in the satanic comedy, Little Nicky. Acclaimed for his latest role in The 51st State, a crime comedy set in Liverpool which stars Samuel L Jackson. Former member of Welsh indie group, Super Furry Animals Born 22/07/68 Haverfordwest, but brought up in Ruthin, North W Educ; Studied at the Guildhall School, and spent 18 months at the National Theatre; - see panel INKIN, Sir Geoffrey David Knighted 1993;

OBE 1974; MBE 1971. Former chair: Cardiff Bay Development Corporation; Land Authority for Wales. Career: Commanded 1st Battalion The Royal Welch Fusiliers. Conservative parly candidate, Ebbw Vale, 1977-9. FRSA;

Hon. Mem. , RICS, 1994. Gwent: DL, 19831991; High Sheriff, 1987-8. Hon. Dr, Univ.

ofGlamorgan, 96. Born 02/10/34 Spouse/ptnr Married Susan Elizabeth Sheldon, 1961 Children Three sons. Educ Dean Close School; RMA, Sandhurst; Staff College, Camberley; Royal Agricultural College, Cirencester; Other info/interests Brookss;

Cardiff and County. Contact Castle Upon Alun House, St Brides Major, Bridgend CF32 0TN IORWERTH, Dylan Managing editor, Golwg (Welsh language weekly magazine).

Former Westminster lobby correspondent Born 04/04/57 Dolgellau Spouse/ptnr Elaine Davies Children Luned Mair Educ Ysgol Syr Huw Owen, Caernarfon; University College of Wales, Aberystwyth; trained as a journalist with the Wrexham Leader; BA (Hons) English and History. Other info/interests Reading; cooking; jazz Academi; Capely Groes Unitarian Church, Llanwnnen Contact Penynant, Llanwnnen, Llanbedr Pont Steffan Tel 01570 423529; fax 423588 E-mail dylaniorwerth@golwg. com IRRANCA-DAVIES, Huw Labour MP for Ogmore. Elected in February 2002 following the death of Sir Ray Powell. Lecturer in tourism at the Swansea Institute of Higher Education; previously worked in management, both in local government and in the private sector. Impressed Labour members with his efforts when he contested the Brecon and Radnorshire seat in 2001. Former vice chair of Ystalyfera Development Trust. The nephew of former Gower MP, the late Ifor Davies Born 1963 Gowerton, Swanse Spouse/ptnr Joanna Children Rhodri, Iwan and Steffan Educ; Studied at Crewe and Alsager College;

Contact Welsh Labour Party, Transport House, 1 Cathedral Road, Cardiff CF11 9HA Tel 029 20877700 IWAN, Dafydd Plaid Cymru councillor and leader, Gwynedd County Council;

singer/songwriter/performer, and MD Sain Recordiau Cyf. . Member, All-Wales Rural Partnership; member, North Wales Regional Ctee, Elwa; member, Corporation of Coleg Menai. Previously: chair and vice-president, Plaid Cymru; chair, Cymdeithas yr Iaith Gymraeg. Born 24/08/43 Brynaman, Carmarthenshire Spouse/ptnr Bethan. Children Llion Tegai; Elliw Haf; Telor Hedd; Caio Llyn; Celt Madryn. Educ Aman Valley Grammar School; Ysgol Ty Tan Domen, Bala; UCW Aberystwyth; Welsh School of Architecture, Cardiff; BArch (Hons); Hon. Fellow, UW Bangor and Aberystwyth. Awarded the OGE (Order of Gwynfor Evans, 2001, by the Welsh American Association, for life-long service to Wales. Other info/interests Rugby; art;

music. Cymdeithas Tai Gwynedd (independent charitable housing association); chair, Bontnewydd Community Centre; member of working group of Caeathro Village Community Centre and chapel; lay preacher. Contact Carrog, Rhos Bach, Caeathro, Caernarfon, Gwynedd LL55 2TF. Tel 01248 831111(w) Fax 01286 831497; or /Fax 01248 676004 (h) E-mail dafydd@sain. wales. com JACKSON, Christopher Robert OBE 1995. Administrative director, The Welsh Mountain Zoo, Colwyn Bay; Zoological Society of Wales Born 06/01/48 Altrincham, Cheshire Spouse/ptnr Susan (County teacher/advisor of the deaf) Children Robert (23), Ben (21) Educ Altrincham Grammar School for Boys; Colwyn Bay Grammar School; University of Durham BA; Other info/interests Humour; walking in quiet and beautiful places with my dog; supporting Colwyn Bay Hockey Club and Mochdre Cricket Club; listening to American folk and country music; beers and wines. Chair: Corporation Board, Llandrillo College of Further Education; Tourism Training Forum for Wales. Former chair, Colwyn Bay Regeneration Partnership. Member, New Deal Taskforce for Wales; North Wales Tourism; Regional Tourism Partnership for North Wales; acting chair, Ten Top Attractions Consortium; council member, Wales Association of Visitor Attractions; ctee member, CBI North Wales;

member, Bank of England North Wales SME Consultative Panel. Contact 10 Pine Court, Llanrwst Road, Upper Colwyn Bay, North Wales, LL28 5YL. Tel 01492 532938 Fax 01492 530498 E-mail welshmountainzoo@enterprise. net
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