Fresh funders

January 3, 1997

Six new appointments have been made to the Further Education Funding Council for England. They are Mary Curnock Cook, director of the British Institute of Innkeeping; Peter Elliott, chairman of governors at Northumberland College; Peter Garrod, principal of the Adult College in Lancaster; Colin George, chairman of The Open College; Nick Lewis, principal and chief executive of Broxtowe College, Nottingham; and Alfred Morris, vice chancellor of the University of the West of England. They replace Nicholas Bennett, Tony Cann, Margaret Davey, Michael Rowarth, Anne Wright and Sir Michael Lickiss, who retire from the council this month.

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