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BARONESS OF KILMARNOCK


The Baroness of Kilmarnock, Lady Kilmarnock, is Patricia Ayre née Mitchell.

Her late father William Mitchell, a sergeant in the King's Own Scottish Borders Regiment, was born in Wanlockhead, Dumfriesshire, at 1531 feet the highest village above sea-level in Scotland. Some of the village is named after the family eg. Mitchell Place.

Pat qualified as an Enrolled Nurse (EN) and worked in NHS Scotland. She was a Member of the Institute of Advanced Motorists for over thirty years, and competed for the title 'North of Scotland Woman Driver 1990'. She won first prize to become 'The Best Female Driver in the North'.

The Baroness enjoys driving, cinema, ballet, theatre, travel and cuisine, and keeps fit by cycling and by running half-marathons to support charities.






   
 
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