TOMORROW: Sir Nicholas Barrington, former High Commissioner to Pakistan, 61; Sir Alastair Down, former chairman, Burmah Oil, 81; Mr David Essex, entertainer, 48; Mr Michael Foot, former MP, 82; Mr Graham Gooch, cricketer, 42; Mr Alastair Graham, former Headmaster, Mill Hill School, 63; The Rev Mrs Betsy Haworth, deacon and non-stipendiary minister, 71; Sir Harry Hookway, former pro-chancellor, Loughborough University, 74; Mrs Elspeth Huxley, author, 88; Sir Charles Kerruish, President of Tynwald, Isle of Man, 78; Air Vice-Marshal George Lamb, former rugby referee, 82; Mr David Lawman, former chairman, Prestige Group, 74; Mr Clive Rice, cricketer, 46; Sir Richard Rogers, architect, 62; Professor Andrew Rutherford, former warden, Goldsmiths' College, 66; Mr Richard Searby QC, deputy chairman, Times Newspapers Holdings, 64; Sir John Stokes, former MP, 78; Mr Peter Twiss, former test pilot, 74.
National Portrait Gallery: Lydia Bauman, "Lucian Freud", 3pm.
ROYAL NAVY and ROYAL
Admiral Sir Benjamin Bathurst, promoted Admiral of the Fleet.
Admiral Sir Jock Slater, appointed First and Principal Naval Aide-de- Camp to the Queen in succession to Admiral Sir Benjamin Bathurst.
Brigadier David A.S. Pennefather, promoted Major-General and appointed Commander, Reaction Force Operating Staff, Bosnia.
Maj-Gen K.J. Drewienkiewicz, to be Director Support LANDCENT, in succession to Maj-Gen M.S. White.Reuse content