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Susan Garden, Baroness Garden of Frognal

This article is about the British politician Lady Garden. For a definition of the word "lady garden", see the entry lady garden.
The Right Honourable
The Baroness Garden of Frognal
Prime Minister David Cameron
Personal details
Nationality British
Political party Liberal Democrats
Alma mater St Hilda's College, Oxford

Susan Elizabeth Garden, Baroness Garden and Baroness Garden of Frognal is a British Liberal Democrat politician and member of the House of Lords. She is a former Government Whip and Spokesperson for the Department for Culture Media and Sport (Olympics, sport, lottery, tourism), Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (Higher Education) and the Department for Education.[1]

She was the Liberal Democrat candidate for Finchley and Golders Green (London) in 2005.[2] In September 2007 she was created a life peer as Baroness Garden of Frognal, of Hampstead in the London Borough of Camden.[3][1]

Lady Garden of Frognal was married to Air Marshal Timothy Garden, Baron Garden, who died on 9 August 2007. She has two children, Alexandra and Antonia and four grandchildren, Henry, Charlotte, Jack and Thomas.


  • Mrs Timothy Garden (marriage-1994)
  • Lady Garden (1994–2004)
  • The Rt Hon. The Lady Garden (2004–2007)
  • The Rt Hon. The Baroness Garden of Frognal (2007-)


External links

  • Baroness Garden of Frognal on
  • Lady Susan Garden, Baroness Garden of Frognal on The Peerage website
  • coverage of Baron Garden's funeral

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