Mark Hayball, Lord of the Manor of Milton in the County of Hampshire pictured with The Right Honourable Sir John Major, KG, CH former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom and Leader of the Conservative Party.
About Mark Hayball
Mark Hayball, Lord of the Manor of Milton in the County of Hampshire, (London Gazette Notice ID 2149649). He is a Commissioned Lieutenant Colonel, Aide De Camp Governor's Staff, Georgia State Defence Force, appointment is codified within the official code of the State of Georgia within the USA Constitution 38-2-111.
He is a Commissioned Colonel, UK Goodwill Fellowship Ambassador and Honorary Aide-De-Camp to the State Governor of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, USA. He was appointed by an Order signed by Paul E Patton, (59th State Governor) on 6th day of January 2003. Mark was a former Envoy Extraordinary representing the Royal Lao Government in Exile for England, Wales and Northern Ireland following his appointment by Prime Minister Khamphoui Sisavatdy.
Mark is currently Chairman of the Government of Nicaragua/United Kingdom Culture Tourism and Sport Committee following his appointment by Her Excellency Ambassador Guisell Morales-Echaverry.
At the United Kingdom change of Government in 1997, Mark decided to leave Government service and utilise some of the skills obtained in the private sector. He was selected and took up employment in Mayfair, London, for a company that specialised in VIP Property Management and Close Protection Services. Mark undertook various training courses and worked primarily for members and staff of the Royal Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and Nigerian High Commission. One of Mark's most memorable Close Protection and Physical Security assignments in London during the 1990's was working with the Right Honourable Joe Clark, PC, CC, AOE Canada's 16th and youngest Prime Minister and now an elder statesmen businessman and writer. Mark has remained in the security world ever since either as a consultant or employee but has ceased Close Protection work. Mark still advises various Governments in other areas of their work in an advisory capacity.
Mark is a member of The British Bodyguard Association
Mark is a member of the Stewart Society and the London Special Representative of the Clan Donald Society of the Highlands and Islands. Mark is a member of The Institute of Leadership and Management.
Mark Hayball Coat of Arms
Mark is a Member of a British Royal Order of Chivalry and is armigerous. His Coat of Arms is registered with the United States Heraldic Registry. A bound compilation can be found at the LDS Family History Center in Utah and the Library of Congress. Hayball is one of the oldest and rarest surnames in the UK.
In 1999 Mark was appointed a Vice Chairman and Parliamentary Adviser to the St John Ambulance Nona Centenary Raffle by Colonel David Travers, Assistant Director General of St John Ambulance. For his services as a Parliamentary Adviser to the Grand Raffle and other St John Business, Mark was awarded Honorary Membership of the Most Venerable Order of St John of Jerusalem on the recommendation of Colonel David Travers to the Grand Prior, HRH the Duke of Gloucester. Mark enlisted as a Member of the Royal Army Medical Corps (TA) in 2000 and has also served within Headquarters Control of the London Ambulance Service.
Mark is the former Deputy Chairman of Regal Media Ltd.
A former Chairman of The Chartered Institute of Journalists Culture, Media and Sports Writers' Group, and a member of the International Committee. In more recent times Mark served as a Member of the National Executive Committee of the British Association of Journalists. Mark previously worked in the Rt. Hon Sir John Major’s Government as a Personal Security/Political Advisor for both Her Majesty's Chief Officers of State (Government Whips', Including Sir Sydney Chapman, Vice Chamberlain and also the Treasurer of HM Household), as well as a Security Advisor to Patrick Nicholls MP, the Vice Chairman of the Conservative Party with responsibility for Campaigning. Mark worked closely with the team of Sir Graham Bright, PPS to Prime Minister, The Rt. Hon Sir John Major, MP during the 1992 General Election Campaign. Mark also advised other Members of Parliament until the 1997 General Election, including the Chairman of the All Party Parliamentary Arts and Heritage Committee.
Mark advised the Chairman of the Conservative Backbench Legal Affairs Committee. He was invited to sit on the Bench as a Judge's Marshal at the Central Criminal Court in 2004 by the Recorder of London and was present on many major criminal trials.
During his Term of Office as an elected member of the Council of the London Borough of Barnet (1994 to 1998), Mark served on two Government Committees both within the Ministry of Defence and the Department of the Environment, the latter as Chairman. He has also worked within the Royal Auxiliary Air Force 18 Group Strike Command, at 1 MHU, HMS Warrior, Northwood (NATO) as a Maritime Communications Officer. Prior to serving with the RAF Mark enlisted as a Member of a Specialist (TA) Royal Military Police Unit located at RHQ Chichester.
Whilst serving as an elected member of the board of the Territorial Auxiliary and Volunteer Reserve Association of Greater London (1994 to 1998), Mark was appointed Staff Officer to Major Patrick Joseph O'Brien, Her Majesty's Deputy Lieutenant (The Queen's Representative) for Greater London and Barnet.
Whilst serving as an Adult Under Officer with the Army Cadet Force from 1995 to 1997, Mark served as a Staff Officer to Brigadier John Smales. The Brigadier was former Head of the Territorial Army and G3 Reserves located at HQ Land Command.
Mark has made major contributions to two published books 'From Rattle to Radio' and 'Honourable Insults'. The former was authored by the now retired Superintendent Jack Bunker, former head of New Scotland Yard's Communications Department (T025). This is a story about the history of Police Communications dating back to the formation of the Metropolitan Police. Mark researched and contributed to Honourable Insults, authored by The Rt. Hon Sir Greg Knight MP, former Government Deputy Chief Whip and Treasurer of the Royal Household.
Mark is a Descendant of a Knight Companion of the Most Noble Order of the Garter, the most senior order of British Knighthood. He is a former London Branch Chairman of the Constitutional Monarchy Association and has an excellent knowledge of Royal subjects.
In 2000 Mark was commissioned a Lieutenant Colonel, Aide de Camp, Governor's Staff By His Excellency Roy E Barnes, State Governor of Georgia, USA. In 2005 Mark received a Year of the Volunteer certificate from Her Majesty's Dean of Windsor for his service as a Member of the Guild of Stewards at Windsor Castle.
Among other work activities, Mark undertakes freelance work for the BBC and Commercial Radio and TV. He has appeared in productions for BBC News World Affairs and BBC Radio, his latest appearance was The City Speaks, a Film for Radio Project broadcast on BBC Radio 4. He has appeared in the long running ITV police series "The Bill", playing a Duty Solicitor. Mark also worked on screen in BBC soap Eastenders in supporting artist roles.
Mark has an entry in the 2008 edition of the Spotlight Presenters Directory, which lists 750 of the top names in television, radio, broadcasting and journalism.
Mark is a member of Equity in the divisions of Actor, Presenter, and Stage Manager and is listed on the British Actors Equity Stage Manager's website.
Mark holds a Reiki Masters Degree after successfully completing training and initiation at Masters and Teacher level in the Usui System of Natural Healing in 2004.
Mark takes a great interest in both Complementary Medicine and animal welfare and conservation. He is a Fellow of the Zoological Society of London, (formerly a Scientific Fellow before the grades were internally restructured by ZSL). He is also a Holistic Healing Therapist, a Master Teacher Member of the UK Reiki Federation and a Member of the NHS Directory of Complementary and Alternative Practitioners.
Mark is a qualified Emergency Medical Care Provider, and a Full Voluntary Aid Society member of The Faculty of Pre-Hospital Care of The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh.
Mark's Reiki lineage is through William Lee Rand, a Usui/Tibetan style of Reiki, which is a combination of Japanese and Western methods.
Mark undertakes speaking engagements on all of the above subjects plus many more by appointment. Personal appearances at events also considered.
Mark is a Freeman of the City of London, a Burgess Freeman of Glasgow and a Freemason within the jurisdiction of the Grand Lodge of Scotland.