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Harriet Spicer

Harriet Spicer

Harriet Greville Spicer is a lay member of the Judicial Appointments Commission. She was born on 24th April 1950 to James Spicer, the then owner of Spicer's Paper and Patricia Palmer. She lived in Chelsea before attending Lillsden School for Girls and then Benenden School. In 1968 she spent some time working for Richard Branson's Student magazine. She went on to graduate from St. Annes College, Oxford University.

Spicer was Chair of the National Lottery Commission and has been Chair of the Friendly Almshouses, Brixton. She was a founder member and executive of Virago Press. She has been a lay member of the Judicial Appointments Commission since January 2006.

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