Poet Pam Ayres Net Worth 2022 and Inside Look At Partner Dudley Russell

Pam Ayres is an English poet, author and presenter
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Pam Ayres is one of the brilliant poets of this generation. She inherited many talents, the reason she was awarded an MBE (Most Excellent Order of the British Empire).

MBE is the highest order of chivalry rewarded to people from various backgrounds, such as science and arts, for their significant contribution to the welfare of people.

Besides, she is also an author and humorist. Her poems and creations teem with satire and comedic elements. On the other hand, Ayres is a radio and television presenter, having appeared in numerous tv programs, including the 1975 stage show, Opportunity Knocks. 

It opened the door for several other radio and television appearances, a one-woman stage play that toured, and a performance in front of Queen Elizabeth.

What is Pam Ayres Net Worth? Poet Earnings in 2022

The author of “Thoughts of a Late-Night Knitter,” Pam Ayres net worth is estimated at over $1.5 million. All Famous Birthday and a few other websites are credible sources that have corroborated the report.

She is an author, poet, television celebrity, and presenter. As a result, Ayres and a couple of good income sources. According to Erieri, a poet makes an average of £45,214 on an annual basis. But since Ayres is a senior poet, an author, and a television presenter, her wages would be more than £60K a year.

Ayres co-starred with Geoffrey Whitehead in the radio comedy Potting On for Radio 4 in 2007. Her Radio 4 show Ayres on the Air, which she created and taped in six series, the most recent of which aired in 2018, was written by her.

Pam Ayres Net Worth is $1.5 million
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In 2015, the 75-year-old was in th highlight after she put her £2.5 million country house for sale. Poet Ayres was attempting to sell her opulent Midlands mansion. Ayres bought the house in the early 90s and spent three decades in the Norcote House, living with her husband and family.

The 20-acre property with an eight-bedroom Georgian manor home was listed for £2.5 million in April 2015. But the price dropped to  £1.95 million after nobody came to buy the property till December of that year.

Inside Pam Ayres Relationship With Her Partner Dudley Russel

Author and poet Pam Ayres wed theatre producer Dudley Russell in 1982, and it has been precisely forty years since she walked down the aisle with her partner.

They lived in the Cotswolds, central-souther England, for ten years after selling an eight-bedroom mansion at a Midlands manor. Ayres relishes gardening and hiving bees, and the family raises different breeds of cattle, hens, goats, pigs, sheep, guinea fowl, etc. 

Besides, She is a keen cattle rearer. Pam, a novelist who has TV and radio shows, received the MBE in 2004 for her contributions to literature and entertainment. Her current mansion sharply contrasts the Oxfordshire council house where she grew up.

The adorable senior couple is also the parents of two sons who are now grownups. William and James are them. However, it is uncertain where they are right now.

Poet Pam Ayres with her husband theatre producer Dudley Russell
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Information On Pam Ayres Parents And Family Life

Pam Ayres was born Pamela Ayres on March 14, 1947, at Stanford in Vale, Berkshire (now Oxfordshire), England. Her present age is 75. Her parents raised her in a family of eight.

Her parents, Stanley and Phyllis Ayres, have six offspring. She is one of their six children, the youngest among her four older brothers and sister.

After serving as a Sergeant in the Grenadier Guards during World War II, her father Stanley was employed as a line worker for over four decades by the Southern Electricity Board. Ayres referred to her youth as "a rural childhood"; she was nurtured in one of several modest panel homes.

Ayres began working as a clerical assistant for the Civil Service after graduating from Faringdon Secondary School at the age of 15 before leaving her hometown and family for the Women's Royal Air Force.

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