Honour: Notable Welsh personalities
This is a special part of our site reserved for people who found notoriety for efforts above and beyond the call of duty! Many have done great work for charity or found fame through heroism. We hope this list will grow and reflect the selfless, generous and brave personalities who call Wales home.
Sir Ben Thomas
Chairman of UNESCO, (1958-1960) Permanent Secretary to the Welsh Dept., Ministry of Education, (1945-1963) Member, Commission on the Constitution, (1969-1973) Warden of College Harlech, (1927-1940).
Clive GrangerWinner of Nobel prize for Economics.
Clive JenkinsInfluential trade union leader.
Cymraeg ChimeraSaid to have fought against Greeks in the eighth century B. C. She defeated Midas of Phrygia. Sister of Keltos, son of Heracles.
Dai ReesController, Civil Aviation Authority Flying Unit.
Dave CookeDave and Jill Cooke founded Operation Christmas Child (OCC) in 1990 to send gifts and supplies in Shoe boxes to children in Romanian orphanages.
David RobertsServed with M 3-3 U.S. Marine Corps. in VN 1965-1966 and 1970-1971. The first Welshman in VN.
- Doctor Rowan Williams, notable with a connection to Wales (Swansea)
- Edward Chapman, notable (VC) with a connection to Wales (Abergavenny, Gwent)
- Emrys Williams, notable with a Welsh connection!
- Esther Grainger, notable with a connection to Wales (Caerphilly)
- Eynon Evans, notable with a Welsh connection!
- Fireman Sam, notable with a Welsh connection!