Lieutenant-Colonel Uvedale Corbett CBE DSO (12 September 1909 – 1 September 2005) was a British soldier, politician and businessman. He was Conservative Member of Parliament (MP) for Ludlow from 1945 to 1951.
He was awarded the DSO for his actions during the capture and defence of the Orne Bridgehead in August 1944.
After representing Ludlow in Parliament from 1945-51 he went into the poultry industry, co-founding the West Midlands Broiler Hatchery and, in 1960, Sun Valley Poultry. He was president of the British Poultry Federation from 1979–84, and was appointed CBE in 1984 for services to the industry.
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1945 – 1951
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