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The Honorable Noel Quayle Cringle OBE MLC (born 16 December 1937) is the current President of Tynwald in the Isle of Man and as such is the Head of the Legislature there.

Cringle was educated at Castle Rushen High School and became a farmer and later auctioneer (Central Marts Limited). Married to Mary, two sons. Elected to Arbory Parish Commissioners in 1964 serving through until 1974. First elected a Member of the House of Keys in 1974 as the member for Rushen. He lost his seat in 1986, whilst being Chairman of the Home Affairs Board, but regained it in 1991 continuing as the Member for Rushen until his elevation to the LegCo in 2000 following his election as President of Tynwald. From 1996 to 2000 he was Speaker of the House of Keys.

He was appointed Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) in the 2008 New Year Honours.

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Governmental positions

Other positions

  • Chairman IOM Sports Council 1982-1987
  • Chairman Manx Music Festival 1984-date.
  • Treasurer Manx National Farmers Union 1969-2000
  • President Manx Harriers Athletic Club
  • Trustee Colby AFC
  • Life Member Laa Columb Killey
  • Life Member Island Games Association

See also

External links

  • Tynwald - The Parliament of the Isle of Man
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