Woman takes top job

26th June 2009 at 01:00

Stockport College has appointed the first woman principal in its 120- year history. Lynn Merilion, currently deputy principal curriculum and quality, played a key role in transforming the college into an outstanding institution that has been awarded beacon status. She starts as principal next month, replacing Peter Roberts, who has been appointed chief executive of the newly merged Leeds City College.

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