Sharon Halford

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The Honourable
Sharon Halford
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Member of the Falkland Islands Legislative Assembly
for the Camp
In office
5 November 2009 – 7 November 2013
Preceded by Mike Rendell
Succeeded by Phyl Rendell
Member of the Falkland Islands Legislative Council
for Stanley
In office
14 October 1993 – 22 November 2001
Preceded by Fred Robson
Succeeded by Richard Cockwell
Personal details
Born (1953-11-27) 27 November 1953 (age 63)
Stanley, Falkland Islands
Nationality Falkland Islander
Political party Nonpartisan
Spouse(s) Rodney "John" Halford
Children 2 daughters

Sharon Halford (born 27 November 1953) is a Falkland Islands politician who served as a Member of the Legislative Assembly for the Camp constituency from 2009 until 2013. Halford was also a Member of the Legislative Council from 19932001 for Stanley.[1]

In 2011 Halford and her husband represented the islands at the wedding of Prince William and Catherine Middleton.[2] She also attended the Overseas Territories Joint Ministerial Council meeting in London in 2012 with Jan Cheek[3] and in 2013 Halford took part in a campaign to promote the interests of the Falkland Islanders following the sovereignty referendum.[4] This included representing the Falklands at the United Nations Special Committee on Decolonisation in New York City[5] and at the annual conference of the British Islands and Mediterranean Region of the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association.[6] Halford stood for re-election in November 2013, but lost her seat to Phyl Rendell.[7]