Please find below information about the history and duties for The Lord-Lieutenant

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Deputy Lieutenants

Lord-Lieutenants are required to appoint Deputy Lieutenants within an establishment that varies according to the population of a county.

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History of the Office of Lord-Lieutenant

The Office of Lord-Lieutenant is military in origin and can be said to date from the reign of Henry VIII when its holder took over responsibility for the maintenance of order and for all military measures necessary for local defence.

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Clerk to the Lord Lieutenant

The Lord-Lieutenant may appoint whichever person of standing and integrity he wishes to be the clerk of the Lieutenancy

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The High Sheriff of Mid Glamorgan

The Office of High Sheriff is an independent non-political Royal appointment for a single year. 

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Past Lord Lieutenants

Past Lord Lieutenants

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Lieutenants Cadets

The Lord-Lieutenant’s Cadet is selected by Cadet Group leaders and the Reserve Forces’ and Cadets’ Association for Wales for their outstanding service and contributions to their respective unit and organisation

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Etiquette and Protocol

The purpose of the protocol is not to add unnecessary formality but to reduce confusion and ensure people feel comfortable.

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