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  • Title: BABCP | British Association for Behavioural & Cognitive Psychotherapies
    Descriptive info: .. About BABCP.. History & Aims.. Board & NCF.. Complaints.. Contact.. Development of BABCP.. Documents.. Fellows.. Honorary Fellows.. Past Executive Officers.. Privacy Policy.. Notices.. Membership.. Member's Home.. Join BABCP.. Branches.. Special Interest Groups.. CBT Cafe Forum.. CBT Today.. BCP Journal.. tCBT Journal.. BABCP Fellows.. Research Fund.. Accreditation.. CBP Accreditation.. Supervisor and Trainer Accreditation.. PWP Accreditation.. BABCP Course Accreditation.. Accreditation History.. Jobs, CPD & Training.. Accredited Courses.. Branch Workshop & CPD Events.. Conferences.. Jobs in CBT.. CBT Training.. Public.. Find a Therapist.. What is CBT?.. Accessing CBT.. Self Help.. Welcome to BABCP.. " />.. Practitioner (including PWP),.. Course, Supervisor and Trainer.. Accreditation from BABCP.. Latest information on workshops,.. conferences and  ...   Thank you to all those who.. participated in another sucessful.. year.. Details of next year's programme.. will be made available soon.. www.. babcpconference.. com.. Advertising opportunities.. across an extensive.. range of electronic.. and printed media.. The complete register of accredited.. BABCP CBT and AREBT therapists.. in the UK and Ireland.. British Association for Behavioural Cognitive Psychotherapies.. Registered Office: Imperial House, Hornby Street, Bury, Lancashire BL9 5BN - Tel: 0161 705 4304 - Fax: 0161 705 4306.. Registered Charity No.. 1098704 - A Company limited by guarantee No.. 4839948 - Registered in England and Wales - VAT Reg.. No.. 732 5316 53.. BABCP Privacy Policy.. Copyright 2013 BABCP.. All Rights Reserved..

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  • Title: Log In
    Descriptive info: Not registered yet?.. Register.. Forgot your password?.. Recover password.. Forgot your username?.. Recover username.. Log In.. Username:.. *.. Password:.. Keep me logged in.. *Please be aware that if you have not registered on this website then you will need to do so in order to access the members area.. Part of the registration is confirming you are a member of BABCP..

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  • Title: About BABCP
    Descriptive info: History Aims.. Board NCF.. Code of Conduct [PDF].. Development.. BABCP Documents.. Standards of Conduct, Performance and Ethics.. [PDF].. Memorandum and Articles of Association.. Complaints Procedure.. Development Plan.. About.. The British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP)is a multi-disciplinary interest group for people involved in the practice and theory of behavioural and cognitive psychotherapy.. History.. The British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP) was founded in 1972 as an interest group for people involved in the practice and theory of behaviour therapy.. As the important role of behavioural and cognitive approaches in a wide range of settings has been established and recognised, the Association has grown both numerically (from 195 members originally to over 6,500 in year 2008) and in the scope of functions it undertakes.. Aims.. Promote the development of the theory and practice of Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies in all applicable settings in  ...   for practitioners of Behavioural & Cognitive Psychotherapy by providing the opportunity for members who meet minimum criteria to become Accredited.. Represent the interests of behavioural and cognitive psychotherapists through liaison with public and professional bodies and other world-wide organisations with similar aims.. Publish and circulate an academic Journal, Newsletter and other publications aimed at disseminating research and information about the applications of Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies.. Facilitate the formation of Geographical and Interest Groups in order to provide a local and special interest service to members.. Since its establishment in 1972 the Association expanded from 195 members to 6400 in 2007.. The current membership reflects the broad range of professional involved in applying behavioural and cognitive approaches to the wide variety of human problems.. Members include:.. Clinical Psychologists.. Researchers and Academics.. Educational Psychologists.. Occupational Therapists.. Psychiatrists.. Social Workers.. Speech Therapists.. General Practitioners.. Nurses.. Counsellors.. Teachers.. Students..

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  • Title: Current Board and NCF
    Descriptive info: BABCP Board Trustees – Term Of Office.. President:.. Trudie Chalder.. Past President:.. Shirley Reynolds.. Honorary Secretary:.. Caroline Williams.. Honorary Treasurer:.. Gerry McErlane.. Trustee (Communications):.. Faramarz Hashempour.. Trustee:.. Anna Vizor.. Mike Davison.. Victoria Williams.. Jennie Beattie.. Robert Newell.. Co-opted Board member:.. Rod Holland.. Co-opted Lay member:.. Bill Davidson.. National Committees Forum.. Includes all members of the Board plus the following:.. Mark Latham (Supervisor and Trainer Accreditation).. Amanda Cole (Practitioner Accreditation Registration Chair).. Helen Macdonald  ...   Committee).. Roz Shafran (Conference Scientific Committee).. Chris Williams (Scottish Liaison).. Tom Reeves (Branch Liaison).. Chris Cullen (Complaints and Disciplinary).. Charlie McConnochie (Senior Accreditation Liaison).. Michael Townend (e-Journal).. BABCP Management.. Company Secretary and Office Manager: Ross White.. Finance Manager: Ian Preston.. Communications and Branch Governance Manager: Dr Stephen Gregson.. Senior Accreditation Liaison: Charlie McConnochie.. BABCP.. Imperial House.. Hornby Street.. Bury.. BL9 5BN.. babcp.. com.. Tel: 0161 705 4304.. Fax: 0161 705 4306.. email:.. babcp@babcp..

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  • Title: Complaints
    Descriptive info: Download a Copy:.. BABCP Complaints.. Procedure.. 1.. 1 If any person considers that a member of the Association has acted in breach of the Standards of Conduct Performance and Ethics or for any other reason ought not to be a member of the Association, that person should write to the Secretary of the Association.. 2 The letter should identify the member against whom the allegation is made and contain as full an account of the relevant facts as is possible.. 2.. Appointment of Complaints Sub-committee and Disciplinary Sub-Committee.. 1 The Committee shall appoint a Complaints Sub-Committee and a Disciplinary Sub-Committee in order to consider allegations of misconduct or unfitness for membership and to determine whether a member should be subjected to disciplinary action in accordance with the Constitution.. 2 The Complaints Sub-Committee shall consist of not less than five members, all of whom shall be members of the Association.. 3 The Disciplinary Sub-Committee shall consist of at least seven members the majority of whom shall not be involved in the theory or practice of behavioural or cognitive psychotherapies ("lay members").. No person who is a member of the Complaints Sub-Committee may, at the same time, be a member of the Disciplinary Sub-Committee.. 4 The Committee shall appoint one or more persons to serve as Clerks to the respective Sub-Committee.. The Committee shall also appoint a Chairperson and a Vice Chairperson of the respective Sub-Committees and, in the case of the Disciplinary Sub-Committee, such appointments shall be of lay members.. 3.. Investigations.. 1 The Complaints Sub-Committee shall consider all complaints against members brought to its attention by the Secretary of the Association and sit as a quorum of three members.. 2 The Complaints Sub-Committee shall normally invite the member who is made the subject of the allegation to submit whatever written observations on the allegation that the member considers appropriate.. Having considered the matter the Complaints Sub-Committee shall either recommend to the Chairperson of the Disciplinary Sub-Committee that further investigation of the allegation is not justified or it shall appoint a Complaints Panel to carry out further investigation of the allegation.. 3 The Complaints Panel appointed pursuant to clause 3.. 2 shall consist of at least three members of the Association who are considered by the Complaints Sub-Committee to have special expertise relating to the matter under investigation.. The Complaints Panel may appoint advisors to assist it in its duties.. 4 The Complaints Panel shall carry out what investigation it considers necessary.. The subject matter of the complaint will be given the opportunity of giving either written or oral representations to the Complaints Panel as the Complaints Panel consider appropriate.. It is the duty of every member of the Association to provide all reasonable assistance to the Complaints Panel as is requested.. 5 The Complaints Panel shall submit a written report of its investigation to the Chairperson of the Complaints Sub-Committee.. The report  ...   fact that the person can bring a representative and any witnesses that the person considers appropriate to the hearing.. 3 The Disciplinary Panel may appoint a solicitor to sit with it for the purpose of advising the Disciplinary Panel as to how it shall carry out its duties.. The Disciplinary Panel may also appoint up to two other advisors with special expertise in the matters under consideration.. The solicitor and these advisors shall act in an advisory capacity only.. 4 The Chairperson of the Complaints Sub-Committee shall appoint a member of the Complaints Panel or the Complaints Sub-Committee to lay before the Disciplinary Panel such information as is available to it in relation to the allegation under consideration.. 5 The person against whom the allegation has been made shall be given a full and fair opportunity of being heard by the Disciplinary Panel and of calling witnesses and, where possible, of cross examining any other witnesses giving evidence before the Disciplinary Panel.. 6 Written and oral evidence may be admitted by the Disciplinary Panel.. The Disciplinary Panel shall be entitled, but not obliged, to take account of any findings of any court of law or other disciplinary body which it considers is relevant to the allegation laid before it.. 7 Having taken unto consideration all the relevant evidence laid before it the Disciplinary Panel shall determine whether the member accused is guilty of the misconduct alleged or is unfit to continue as a member of the Association (as appropriate).. In the event that the Disciplinary Panel finds the allegation well founded, it may take one or more of the following courses of action:-.. 7.. 1 reprimand or severely reprimand the member;.. 2 require the member to provide an undertaking to refrain from continuing or repeating the conduct in question;.. 3 suspend the member from the Association for a period of time not exceeding 2 years; and.. 4 remove the member from the Association.. 8 The decision of the Disciplinary Panel shall be final and binding.. The Disciplinary Panel reserves the right to notify the complainant(s) and the member's employer or fellow partner(s) and the members professional body (as appropriate) of the nature of the complaint and of the Disciplinary Panel's findings of fact and of its disciplinary decision.. 9 Any member expelled from the Association shall have the right to apply to the Secretary of the Committee for reinstatement but not sooner than two years from the date of the member's disciplinary hearing or one year from that member's previous application for reinstatement.. Such an application shall be considered by the Membership Sub-Committee having considered the written recommendation of the Disciplinary Sub-Committee in respect of the application.. 10 General meetings of the Disciplinary Sub-Committee shall be held each year at which all complaints, reports of all investigations completed and the results of all disciplinary hearings of Disciplinary Panels shall be reviewed by it..

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  • Title: Contact
    Descriptive info: BABCP CORPORATE SERVICES.. The BABCP office is open from 9.. 00am to 5.. 00pm Monday to Friday (except Bank Holidays).. All general enquiries should be made by email to.. Media Enquiries.. For media related enquiries, email.. media@babcp.. in the first instance.. Please note that BABCP is unable to put media organisations in touch with service users.. Management Team.. Ross White - Company Secretary and Office Manager.. Board and committees.. ross@babcp.. Ian Preston AFA - Finance Manager.. Finance and company accounts.. ian@babcp.. Dr Stephen Gregson – Communications and Branch Governance Manager.. Communications and brand management.. stephen@babcp.. Charlie McConnochie – Senior Accreditation Liaison.. Managerial oversight of BABCP Accreditation.. charlie@babcp.. For enquiries relating to Cognitive and/or Behavioural Psychotherapy Practitioner, Supervisor and/or Trainer,  ...   administration such as the payment of fees, application progress or date of reaccreditation please contact:.. Anne Gorse – Accreditation Support Officer (Practitioner, Supervisor, Trainer, PWP).. Accreditation administration.. anne@babcp.. Julie Francis - Accreditation Support Officer (Practitioner, Supervisor, Trainer, PWP).. julie@babcp.. Rachel Osborne - Administration Support Officer (Course only).. Course Accreditation Support Officer.. rachel@babcp.. Membership Services.. Caroline Monroe – Database Management.. Membership, Branch events and e-mailshots.. caroline@babcp.. Ann Nagle – Membership Liaison.. Membership administration.. ann.. nagle@babcp.. Alistair Shottin – Membership Liaison.. Membership administration.. alistair@babcp.. Jake Clark – Trainee.. Membership support.. jake@babcp.. Website and IT.. Phil McDougall BSc (Hons) - Web and Communication Support Officer.. Website maintenance, development and advertising.. phil@babcp.. Finance.. Tim Snell BA (Hons) - Accounts Supervisor.. Accounts supervision.. tim.. accounts@babcp..

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  • Title: Development
    Descriptive info: The Development of BABCP.. By Howard Lomas.. (This article was first printed in Behavioural Psychotherapy in 1985 and was updated 27/10/08).. On a cold and dull Autumn Friday in 1972, I was among hordes of Behaviour Changers/Modifiers/Engineers/Therapists (all to become Psychotherapists) making their way from the four corners of Britain to the Middlesex Hospital in London.. We were all going to a meeting to discuss the setting up of a National Association for those interested in Behavioural.. whatever.. When I arrived, I was refused entry unless I paid £3 annual membership fee to the very smartly dressed bouncer on the door who claimed to be the Treasurer.. “But I thought the meeting was to decide if we are going to form an Association and, if so, to elect the officers!” My protests were in vain, as would have been my 460 mile day trip if I had not parted with my £3 – I have never really mastered contingency management!.. The Association was inaugurated on that day, 10 November 1972, but only after a lengthy debate about what it should be called.. The troublesome word was (and possibly still is) “Psychotherapy”.. In the end Isaac Marks won the vote and the British Association for Behavioural Psychotherapy (BABP) was born.. Officers of an Executive Committee were elected with Vic Meyer (London) as Founder President, Gwynne Jones (Leeds) as Chairman, Isaac Marks (London) as Vice-Chairman, Laurence Burns (Manchester) as Secretary, Robert Sharpe (London) as Treasurer and two Ordinary Members, John Bancroft (Oxford) and Derek Jehu (Leicester).. At the inaugural meeting papers on current behaviour research were given by Isaac Marks, Keith Turner, Andrew Mathews, James Hogg, Harry McAllister and Iain Burnside.. By the end of 1972 several more people had paid their £3 to the now official Treasurer of the formally constituted BABP and the founder membership numbered 196.. Who were these people and where did they come from?.. Psychology and Psychiatry accounted for 94% of the membership with Clinical Psychologists (33%), Psychiatrists (26%), Academics (20%), Researchers (8%) and Educational Psychologists (7%).. Only five members were from Social Work, with just one each from Nursing, Occupational Therapy and General Medicine.. Geographically, members were mainly from the areas where interest groups already existed as reflected also in the location of the first Executive Committee members.. London dominated with 40% but there were also significant numbers in Yorkshire (8%), North West (9%), West Midlands (10%) and Oxford (8%).. The remaining 25% were scattered around England and South Wales with four from Ireland, only one from North Wales and no founder members from Scotland.. Initially, BABP was a national organisation only and existing local groups continued independently, but in 1973 they were invited to form the first Local Branches.. The first such branches formed on the 1st October 1973 were in Leeds, Manchester, Birmingham, Oxford and London.. They did not have representation on the Executive Committee, so an “FPC” was formed, with representatives from each branch.. This “FPC”, with Dorothy Fielding as secretary, appeared on the BABP notepaper to the curiosity of many people – No, it was not the Family Planning Clinic! It was, in fact, the Forward Planning Committee, which made recommendations to the Executive Committee on the future development of the Association.. Among the first recommendations back in 1974 were: that a more substantial “Newsletter” be developed; that BABP provide basic training courses; and that part-time secretarial assistance and permanent premises may be required.. During the first eighteen months, the BABP was very active with nine meetings of the Executive Committee; five meetings of workshops and a conference; publication of a Newsletter, Research Register, Conference Abstracts, Directory of Behaviour Therapy Units and a collection of papers The Psychiatric Nurse as Therapist.. Working Parties were set up to consider the “Role of Psychologists in the Health Services”, “Ethical Considerations in Behaviour Modification” and “Statutory Registration of Psychotherapists”.. BABP was already actively involved in links with organisations in Europe and in July 1974 hosted the 4th European Conference at Heathrow, London.. Reduced rate journals were on offer to members and a European student exchange was being developed.. By the first Annual General Meeting held in May 1974, the membership numbered 300 and the Association was well established.. The election of officers at that meeting presented one of those rare occasions when a post is contested.. On this occasion, it was for Treasurer and when the votes were counted Dr.. Robert Sharpe had the same number of votes as Dr.. John Marzillier.. Rather than use his casting vote, the Chairman, Professor Gwynne Jones, maintained his peace loving reputation by  ...   of the membership compared with 3% in 1972.. Other professional groups with little or no representation in 1972 were much more evident – Occupational Therapy, General Medicine, Counselling, Students, Assistant Psychologists, Miscellaneous Psychologists and various other smaller groups accounting for 7% of the membership.. Unfortunately, during the 1980s this multidisciplinary expansion reversed a little.. The smaller groups and Social Work reduced in proportion to Psychology and Nursing.. However, during the 1990s there has been a great expansion in Counselling, Psychiatrists and Occupational Therapists.. Conferences and Workshops have been a major feature of the Association since the start and by 1975 the Annual Conference had become established as a regular July Jamboree, as also were Workshops in Spring and Summer.. Autumn Workshops were attempted but rarely successfully.. These events have continued at venues throughout Britain and Ireland until 1989 when a full-time workshop administrator was established in a permanent BABP London office to assist in the organisation of monthly workshops.. This did not prove a very successful venture and had to be abandoned within a couple of years as the substantial increase in membership fees to pay for it caused a drop in membership which took 5 years to recover.. Some changes took place in the 1990's.. A major one was in 1992 when BABP became BABCP reflecting the increasing influence of Cognitive Therapy in Behaviour Therapy.. The following year the Journal (published by Wisepress since 1991) also changed its name to Behavioural an Cognitive Psychotherapy (Vol 21 No 3 1993).. The Association continued to be run on an entirely voluntary basis but there was a major change to the Committee structure.. Many branches seemed to have become inactive and so there were very few branch representatives attending committee meetings.. Sub groups and committees seemed to be emerging as Training, Accreditation & Registration, Workshops and Conferences became increasingly active.. Many of the main National Committee seemed to be appointed or coopted.. While continuity was important, so were democracy and opportunities for new members to take part in the running of the Association.. The present structure emerged in the mid 1990s with 11 elected members of the National Committee - President, President-Elect, Past President, Secretary, Treasurer and 6 ordinary members.. Since these elected members are only allowed to serve three years maximum, there is opportunity always for new members to take part.. Continuity is provided by about 10 appointed and co-opted members who have specialised roles on the Committee and sometimes may stay in their posts for many years.. By the 25th anniversary year (1997) the membership had expanded to 2,000, Cambridge University Press had taken over publishing the Journal and the administration on a continuing voluntary spare time basis was becoming too much.. There was a significant rise in enquiries for membership.. Accreditation and Registration of Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapists had been under way for 3 years.. There was increasing demand from the public for information about CBT and where to find a therapist.. Complaints and Disciplinary Procedures were in place.. Conference were being attended by much greater numbers of members and non-members.. I became Executive Officer in May 1997, becoming Finance Officer in late 2008 when Jenny Riggs became Comnpany secretary.. Membership has risen to almost 7,000 in 2008.. Enquiries pour into the office via email, post and telephone at an average of 100 per day.. BABCP has now moved into new offices in Bury, Lancs and continues to expand.. Finally, BABCP has always had strong international links and played an active part in the setting up and continuation of the European Association for Behaviour Therapy.. This also has now added the word Cognitive and become EABCT.. Annual Congresses of EABCT have been held in some seventeen different countries with a further one is already planned in the Czech Republic in 2003.. BABCP members have always made major contributions to these events and hosted the annual conferences in London in 1974 and 1993.. BABCP will be hosting the European Conference again in Manchester in 2004.. 1980 saw the first World Congress held in Jerusalem, followed three years later by one in Washington, USA.. A climax for BABP was the hosting of the third World Congress in Edinburgh in 1988, when international behavioural relationships reached new heights.. Further World Congresses have been in Brisbane, Copenhagen, Acapulco and Vancouver and the venue in 2004 is Kobe, Japan.. The international meetings always produce a wealth of anecdotes, like the Congress in Vienna in 1978; a British group of well known behaviourists, immediately upon arrival in the city, made straight for the house of Sigmund Freud as their first priority!..

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  • Title: Documents
    Descriptive info: BABCP ANNUAL REPORT 2012-2013.. BABCP Annual Report presented at the 2013 Annual General Meeting, held on 18 July 2013 in London.. Please note that any changes to the content agreed at this meeting will be included in the minutes, which will form part of the 2014 Annual Report.. Download:.. BABCP Annual Report 2012-2013.. STANDARDS OF CONDUCT, PERFORMANCE AND ETHICS.. These are the standards that all BABCP members must keep to.. Conduct, Performance and Ethics.. CORE CURRICULUM REFERENCE DOCUMENT.. This leaflet provides information about a proportion of the content that might be expected to  ...   BABCP Annual Report presented at the 2012 Annual General Meeting, held on 28 June in Leeds.. Please note that any changes to the content agreed at this meeting will be included in the minutes, which will form part of the 2013 Annual Report.. BABCP Annual Report 2012.. BABCP MINIMUM TRAINING STANDARDS.. for the practice of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT), 2012.. BABCP has Minimum Training Standards detailing the minimum level of training, experience and practice that therapists are required to achieve in order to practice at an agreed standard of competency.. BABCP Minimum Training Standards..

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  • Title: Fellows
    Descriptive info: 2011 – Charlie McConnochie.. Elected in recognition of his involvement setting up of services providing CBT training to counsellors in Scotland.. 2011 – Nick Grey.. Elected in recognition of the cutting edge research he has carried out..

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  • Title: Honourary Fellows
    Descriptive info: 1980 - H Gwynne Jones.. Elected as a Fellow of BABCP for his outstanding services and achievements in behaviour therapy.. He was a founder member and Chair of the BABP.. 1984 - William Yule and Ray Hodgson.. Elected for their services as Editors to the Journal.. They are founder members of the BABP.. 1985 - Howard Lomas.. Elected for his outstanding service to the Association.. He is a founder member.. 1985 - Rod Holland.. He joined in 1977.. 1988 - Andrew Matthews.. Elected for the organisation of a very successful World Congress in Edinburgh.. He is a founder member of BABP.. 1988 - Nick Tarrier.. He joined in 1979.. 1989 - Desmond Poole.. Elected for services as editor to  ...   1998 - Aaron Beck.. Elected for his outstanding contribution to Cognitive Therapy.. He joined BABCP in 1984.. 2008 - Philip Tata.. Elected for his outstanding contribution to BABCP conference.. 2011 - Amanda Cole.. Elected in recognition of her distinguished service to the Association and the CBT community.. Her leadership in Accreditation has ensured that BABCP continues to set high, world class standards and raise the quality threshold for CBT.. Amanda (Mandy) is also the first woman to become an Honorary Fellow in BABCP.. 2011 – Francis Lillie.. Elected in recognition of his loyal and effective service to BABCP, which he co-founded, representing it within many arenas and enhancing the status and effectiveness of CBT across the health service and beyond..

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  • Title: Past Presidents and Elected Officers
    Descriptive info: The past presidents and elected officers of BABCP from 1972 to present.. Years.. Chair.. Vice Chair or.. Chair Elect.. Past Chair.. Hon.. Secretary.. Treasurer.. 1972 - 1973.. H Gwynne Jones.. Isaac Marks.. Laurence Burns.. Robert Sharpe.. 1973 - 1974.. H Gwynne Jones.. 1974 - 1975.. Isaac Marks.. Derek Jehu.. 1975 - 1976.. Laurence Burns.. Howard Lomas.. 1976 - 1977.. Toni Whitehead.. 1977 - 1978.. John Ferguson.. Iain Burnside.. 1978 - 1979.. Andrew Mathews.. 1979 - 1980.. Catherine Dooley.. Allan Norris.. 1980 - 1981.. William Yule.. 1981 - 1982.. Amanda Cole.. Peter Higson.. 1982 - 1983.. John Bancroft.. 1983 - 1984.. Roger McAuley.. 1984 - 1985.. Roger McAuley.. Derek Johnston.. John Gardner.. Nick Tarrier.. 1985 - 1986.. Chris Brannigan.. 1986  ...   Cosgrove.. 1992 - 1993.. David Clark.. Ivy Blackburn.. 1993 - 1994.. Claudia Herbert.. Peter Tyler.. 1994 - 1995.. Richard France.. 1995 - 1996.. Karina Lovell.. Hazel Pilgrim.. 1996 - 1997.. Terry Cromey.. David Veale.. 1997 - 1998.. Dave Richards.. 1998 - 1999.. Gillian Haddock.. Ann Gledhill.. President.. President Elect.. Past President.. 1999 - 2000.. Jan Scott.. John Kentish.. 2000 - 2001.. Chris Williams.. 2001 - 2002.. Paul Gilbert.. Katy Grazebrook.. 2002 - 2003.. Christine Barraclough.. Francis Lillie.. 2003 - 2004.. Anne Garland.. 2004 - 2005.. Chris Cullen.. 2005 - 2006.. Chris Cullen.. David Veale.. Helen Macdonald.. 2006 - 2007.. -------------.. Helen Macdonald.. David Baker.. 2007 - 2008.. John Taylor.. 2008 - 2009.. Linda Matthews.. 2009 - 2010.. John Taylor..

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