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Matthew George Darby, (born 27 August 1967) is a British conservationist and former publisher. He is the son of Adrian Darby and Lady Meriel Darby, daughter of former British Prime Minister, Sir Alec Douglas-Home (also known as 14th Earl of Home, and Lord Home of the Hirsel). Home's correspondence with Darby was published as Letters to a Grandson in 1983.

Darby was the creator of the Pocket Canons, a best-selling series of books from the bible published in sixteen countries. The series won a number of awards including the Design and Art Direction (D&AD) Silver Award, 1998 and the Publishers' Publicity Circle award for Generic Campaign of the Year, 1998.

Darby is married to singer-songwriter Christina Kulukundis and has two children.

Other voluntary interests:

National Trust Regional Advisory Board member; Cotswolds Conservation Board member; director of (Tewkesbury) Abbey Lawn Trust.

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Matthew Darby Wikipedia


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