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Queen appoints new Lord-Lieutenant of Lincolnshire




Toby Dennis of Rowston, will become the new Lord Lieutenant of Lincolnshire. EMN-150130-103402001
Toby Dennis of Rowston, will become the new Lord Lieutenant of Lincolnshire. EMN-150130-103402001

The next Lord-Lieutenant of Lincolnshire has been appointed by the Queen.

Toby Dennis will take up the position on the retirement of Tony Worth CVO on February 23.

Mr Dennis, 60, has run a range of family businesses in Lincolnshire, including farming and land management, for the last 40 years.

He is Honorary Colonel of The Lincolnshire Army Cadet Force, a member of Lincoln Cathedral Fabric Fund Committee, a patron of the Lincolnshire Rural Support Network and a former member of the committee of the Lincolnshire Branch of Country Land and Business Association. He served as High Sheriff of the County in 2013-14.

Mr Dennis lives near Lincoln with his wife, Sarah, a daughter and twin sons.



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