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University of East Anglia between 1964 and 1972She had been made a Dame of the British Empire in 1956 in recognition of her contributions to so many organisations and bodies including the Arts Council from 1951In 1960 the government accepted within hours of publication almost all the main recommendations of the two-year departmental committee into youth service which was then known as the Albemarle Report It was to lead to a near-doubling of investment into youth funding within the next five yearsBorn on August 6 1909 Diana Cicely Grove was an only child and her father was killed during the first world war Educated at Sherborne School for Girls Dorset the 13-year-old had fought a battle to be allowed to board In February 1931 she was 21 years old when she married the widower Viscount Bury who was almost 30 years her senior and acquired an instant family of five step-children They moved to Quidenham where during the depression her husband tried to organise employment relief for women on 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