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  1. 1. Geographical Association PRESIDENTS 20th of May 1893: Founding of the GA, Oxford University
  2. 2. Douglas W Freshfield 1897-1911 Lawyer, mountaineer and author, who also edited the 'Alpine Journal’. Educated at Eton College. First and longest serving President. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2019/04/1897-1911- douglas-w-freshfield.html
  3. 3. Dr George Robert Parkin, KCMG DCL LLD 1912 The organising Secretary of the Rhodes Scholarship Trust https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2019/04/1912-dr-george- robert-parkin-kcmg-dcl.html
  4. 4. Professor Edmund Johnston Garwood 1913 Served as director of the Jarrow Chemical Company and lecturer at the Cambridge University Extension Lecture Syndicate. In 1896, he accompanied the British Exploring Expedition (led by Sir William Conway) to Spitzbergen. Between 1930 and 1932, served as President of the Geological Society of London. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2019/05/1913-professor- edmund-johnston-garwood.html
  5. 5. Dr John Scott Keltie (later Sir) FRGS FSS 1914 Author of influential report on geographical education. Editor of GA journal and ‘Nature’. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2019/05/1914-dr-john- scott-keltie-later-sir.html
  6. 6. Hilaire Belloc, 1915 Author and traveller. President of the Oxford Union and MP for Salford. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2019/05/1915-hilaire- belloc.html
  7. 7. Sir Halford J Mackinder, MP 1916 Elder statesman of geography, and geopolitics. Controversial (racist) events and viewpoints. MP for Camlachie, Glasgow. Barrister. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2019/06/1916-sir-halford-j- mackinder-mp.html
  8. 8. Colonel Sir Thomas Hungerford Holdich, KCMG, KCIE, CB, RE 1917 Military man with active service. Vice President RGS. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2019/06/1917-colonel-sir- thomas-hungerford.html
  9. 9. Sir William Mitchell Ramsay 1918 Classical Biblical scholar, and archaeologist. Travelled widely in the Middle East with his wife. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2019/06/1918-sir-william- mitchell-ramsay.html
  10. 10. Professor Grenville A J Cole, FSA 1919 Known as the cycling geologist. Explored his native Ireland. Also President of Irish Geographical Association. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2019/06/1919-professor- grenville-j-cole-fsa.html
  11. 11. Sir Charles Prestwood Lucas KCMG, KCB 1920 Colonial administrator. Lawyer and civil servant. Wrote a history of the British Colonies. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2019/06/1920-sir-charles- prestwood-lucas-kcmg.html
  12. 12. Professor Gilbert Murray, LLD, FBA, MA, OM 1921 https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2019/07/1921-professor- gilbert-murray-lld-fba.html Philosopher and Greek classical scholar at Oxford University. Buried in Poet’s Corner in Westminster Abbey. Awarded French Order of Merit. Involved in League of Nations.
  13. 13. Right Hon. Lord Robert Cecil PC, KC, MP 1922 Peer and MP and Privy Councillor. Involved with the League of Nations. Winner of Nobel Prize for Peace. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2019/07/1922-right-hon- lord-robert-cecil-pc-kc.html
  14. 14. Sir (Edward) John Russell DSc, FRS 1923 Director of the Rothamsted Institute of Plant science. An agronomist. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2019/07/1923-sir-edward- john-russell-dsc-frs.html
  15. 15. Professor Sir Richard Arman Gregory - (1st Baronet) 1924 Baronet. Editor of ‘Nature’ journal. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2019/07/1924-professor- sir-richard-arman.html
  16. 16. Professor John Linton Myres OBE FBA (later Sir) 1925 Archaeologist and Historical geographer. Linked with the Pitt Rivers Museum in Oxford. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2019/07/1925-professor- john-linton-myres-obe.html
  17. 17. Rt. Hon. William George Arthur Ormsby Gore (later Lord Harlech) 1926 Lord, MP. Secretary of State for the Colonies. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2019/07/1926-rt-hon- william-george-arthur.html
  18. 18. Colonel Sir Charles Close KBE CB CMG FRS 1927 Director General of the Ordnance Survey & President of the RGS. Surveyor. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2019/08/1927-colonel-sir- charles-close-kbe-cb.html
  19. 19. Dr Vaughan Cornish 1928 Author, and photographer. Early expert on wave forms, and travelled widely, particularly to the Caribbean. Also wrote about eugenics. Landscape activist. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2019/08/1928-dr-vaughan- cornish.html
  20. 20. Colonel Sir Henry G Lyons FRS 1929 Director of the Science Museum, and the first to introduce visitor operated models. Archaeologist in Egypt. Wrote a history of the Royal Society. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2019/08/1929-colonel-sir- henry-g-lyons-frs.html
  21. 21. Basil Bentham Dickinson 1930 Schoolmaster and housemaster at Rugby School. Founder of the GA as he called the meeting which led to its formation. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2019/08/1930-brian- bentham-dickinson.html
  22. 22. Sir (William) Leslie Mackenzie 1931 Scottish medical geographer, who worked on improving public health – proponent of council housing and school meals. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2019/08/1931-sir-william- leslie-mackenzie.html
  23. 23. Dr Hugh Robert Mill 1932 Librarian of RGS-IBG. Meteorologist. President of British Rainfall Association. Biographer of Sir Ernest Shackleton. On first committee of GA. A key person in the GA’s early history. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2019/08/1932-dr-hugh- robert-mill.html
  24. 24. Professor Percy Maude Roxby 1933 Expert on China, and the first named ‘Chair’ of Geography, at Liverpool University. Trained several future GA Presidents. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2019/09/1933-professor- percy-maude-roxby.html
  25. 25. Rt. Hon Lord James Scorgie Meston 1934 Peer of the realm. President of the Royal Statistical Society. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2019/09/1934-rt-hon-lord- james-scorgie-meston.html
  26. 26. James Fairgrieve 1935 One of the greats of the GA, perhaps the greatest servant the GA has ever had. Teacher. Academic geographer at the Institute of Education. Author. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2019/09/1935-james- fairgrieve.html
  27. 27. Sir Josiah Stamp GCB GBE FBA (later Lord Stamp) 1936 Peer of realm. Director of ICI and Bank of England. President of Royal Statistical Society. Mayor of Beckenham. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2019/09/1936-sir-josiah- stamp-gcb-gbe-fba-later.html
  28. 28. Professor Leslie Patrick Abercrombie (later Sir) 1937 Town planner, involved in the plans for rebuilding London following WWII, and also involved in New Towns movement. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2019/09/1937-professor- leslie-patrick.html
  29. 29. Sir Thomas Henry Holland KCSI KCIE FRS 1938 Administrator for Geological Survey of India. Principal of University of Edinburgh. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2019/10/1938-sir-thomas- henry-holland-kcsi-kcie.html
  30. 30. Clement Cyril Carter 1939-1941 Teacher and Headteacher at Marlborough School. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2019/07/1939-1941- clement-cyril-carter.html
  31. 31. Thomas Cotterill Warrington 1942-1945 Teacher and Headteacher at Leek Grammar School. Former Honorary Librarian of the GA. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2019/10/1942-1945- thomas-cotterill-warrington.html
  32. 32. Sir Cyril Norwood 1946 Master at Marlborough College. Teacher and Headteacher at Harrow. President of St. John’s College, Oxford. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2019/10/1946-sir-cyril- norwood.html
  33. 33. Sir Alexander Morris Carr- Saunders 1947 Administrator, economist and Director of London School of Economics. Founder of British Sociological Society. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2019/10/1947-sir- alexander-morris-carr-saunders.html
  34. 34. Professor Herbert John Fleure, FRS 1948 One of the GA’s longest serving volunteers. Honorary Librarian who moved between Aberystwyth and Manchester. Academic geographer and author. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2019/10/1948-professor- herbert-john-fleure-frs.html
  35. 35. Sir Harry Alexander Fanshawe Lindsay KCIE CBE 1949 Administrator in India. President of RGS. Chairman of Royal Society of Arts. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2019/11/1949-sir-harry- alexander-fanshawe.html
  36. 36. Professor Sir Laurence Dudley Stamp, CBE 1950 Million-selling textbook author, and founder of UK Land User Survey. Global traveller. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2019/11/1950-professor- sir-laurence-dudley.html
  37. 37. Leonard Brooks 1951 Schoolteacher and school inspector. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2019/11/1951-leonard- brooks.html
  38. 38. Professor Frank Debenham, OBE 1952 Geologist in the South Pole expedition of Captain RF Scott. Founder & first director of Scott Polar Research Institute. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2019/12/1952-professor- frank-debenham-obe.html
  39. 39. Dr Osbert John Radcliffe Howarth, OBE 1953 Secretary of British Association. Curator of Down House for English Heritage. Teacher. Author. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2019/11/1953-dr-osbert- john-radcliffe-howarth.html
  40. 40. Professor Sidney William Wooldridge, CBE FRS 1954 First Professor of Geography at King’s College University of London. Interested in fieldwork and Chair of Field Studies Council. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2020/01/1954-professor- sidney-william.html
  41. 41. Leonard Sydney Suggate 1955 Teacher at Dorking High School and St Clement Danes Grammar School. Author of regional textbooks with Dudley Stamp. Served on RGS council. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2020/01/1955-leonard- sydney-suggate.html
  42. 42. Lord Nathan 1956 Peer. Distinguished military service. President of RGS. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2020/02/1956-lord- nathan.html
  43. 43. Professor Patrick Walter Bryan 1957 Academic geographer with a long association with the University of Leicester. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2020/02/1957-professor- patrick-walter-bryan.html
  44. 44. Professor Robert Ogilvie Buchanan 1958 Academic geographer with an interest in economic geography - linked to LSE. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2020/02/1958-professor- robert-ogilvie-buchanan.html
  45. 45. Professor J A Steers, CBE 1959 Academic geographer at the University of Cambridge. Trained many other former GA Presidents at St. Catharine’s College. Expert on coastal landforms and processes. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2020/03/1959-professor-j- steers-cbe.html
  46. 46. Professor Arthur Austin Miller 1960 Geologist, geomorphologist and academic geographer. One of the founders of the IBG. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2020/03/1960-professor- arthur-austin-miller.html
  47. 47. Mr. Geoffrey E Hutchings 1961 Mr. George Joseph Cons was due to be President this year. Involved with the creation of the Field Studies Council, and author of a number of books on fieldwork techniques, some in association with Sydney Wooldridge. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2020/04/1961-mr-geoffrey- e-hutchings.html
  48. 48. Professor Emrys George Bowen 1962 Academic geographer at the University of Swansea, known by students and colleagues as ‘EGB’. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2020/04/1962-professor- emrys-g-bowen-or-egb.html
  49. 49. Professor Kenneth Charles Edwards, CBE 1963 Academic geographer with an interest in biogeography. President of IBG and first Chair in Geography at the University of Nottingham. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2020/04/1963-professor- kenneth-charles-edwards.html
  50. 50. Professor David Leslie Linton 1964 Geomorphologist, who came up with a theory for the formation of tors. Linked with IBG. Professor of Geography at the University of Sheffield. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2020/04/1964-professor- david-leslie-linton.html
  51. 51. Joseph Acton Morris 1965 Schoolteacher at Latymer Upper School, Edmonton. Known as ‘jammy’. Author of numerous textbooks. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2020/05/1965-joseph- acton-morris.html
  52. 52. Professor Stanley Henry Beaver 1966 Academic geographer associated with the LSE and Keele University. Prolific textbook author. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2020/05/1966-professor- stanley-henry-beaver.html
  53. 53. Mr E C Marchant, HMI 1967 School teacher at Marlborough College and school inspector. Headteacher of a school in India. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2020/06/1967-mr-e-c- marchant-hmi.html
  54. 54. Professor Alice Garnett 1968 Academic geographer who did a huge amount for the GA. First female President, linked with Sheffield University. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2020/06/1968-professor- alice-garnett.html
  55. 55. Professor J R James 1969 Academic geographer with an interest in planning. Linked to Sheffield University. J R James Archive available on Flickr. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2020/07/1969-professor-j- r-james.html
  56. 56. Molly Long 1970 Second female President. Teacher educator at UCL Institute of Education. Interested in Children’s geographies. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2020/07/1970-mrs-i-molly- long.html
  57. 57. Professor W G V Balchin 1971 Geographer. Author of GA Centenary volume, published in 1993. Professor of Geography at University College, Swansea. Carried out fieldwork in the Arctic and elsewhere. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2020/07/1971-professor-w- g-v-balchin.html
  58. 58. Mr Alan D Nicholls 1972 Schoolteacher at St. Clement Danes School. Head of Geography and Acting Headteacher. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2019/10/1972-mr-alan-d- nicholls.html
  59. 59. Professor Robert W Steel 1973 Academic geographer linked with the University of Liverpool. Textbook author. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2020/07/1973-professor- robert-w-steel.html
  60. 60. Professor Harry Thorpe, OBE 1974 Academic geographer linked with the University of Birmingham. Interested in allotments and rural geography. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2020/08/1974-professor- harry-thorpe.html
  61. 61. Sheila Jones 1975 First female practicing teacher President. Linked with Bristol and Head of Department at Colstons Girls School. GA Branch Officer. Sadly passed away earlier in 2021. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2020/08/1975-miss-sheila- m-jones.html
  62. 62. Professor Michael John Wise 1976 Academic geographer at the University of Birmingham. President of the IBG and President of the RGS. President of the IGU. Very popular President. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2020/08/1976-professor- michael-john-wise.html
  63. 63. Professor Stan Gregory 1977 Academic geographer linked with the University of Sheffield. Climatologist. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2020/08/1977-professor- stan-gregory.html
  64. 64. Professor Norman Graves 1978 Academic geographer associated with UCL. Wrote many textbooks used in UK schools in the 1980s including the 16-19 project. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2020/09/1978-professor- norman-graves.html
  65. 65. Professor John Allan Patmore 1979 Academic geographer, linked with University of Hull. Expert in recreational geographer. Sport England. MBE https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2020/03/1979-professor- john-allan-patmore.html
  66. 66. Vic Dennison 1980 FE lecturer in Bristol and one of a number of Bristol- based Presidents. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2020/09/1980-mr-vic-d- dennison.html
  67. 67. Professor Bill Mead 1981 Academic geographer and expert on Scandinavian geography. Associated with the UCL. Prolific author and global traveller. A fascinating character who lived a long and varied life. Popular visitor to Solly Street into the 2000s… https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2020/09/1981-professor- william-bill-richard-mead.html
  68. 68. Professor Richard Lawton 1982 Academic geographer linked with the University of Liverpool. Member of RGS Council. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2020/09/1982-professor- richard-dick-lawton.html
  69. 69. Dr Rex Walford, OBE 1983 Polymath geographer, teacher educator, musician and teacher educator. Author of numerous articles and books. Proponent of games in education. Did a huge amount to develop the work of the GA. Died tragically in January 2011. Commemorated with lecture at GA Conference, and an RGS award for new teachers. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2020/05/1983-rex-walford- teacher-who-made.html
  70. 70. Pat Cleverley 1984 Teacher at Withywood School in Bristol, who was teaching when she became President. Friend of Vic Dennison and Sheila Jones (and other former Presidents). https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2020/09/1984-miss-p-j- cleverley.html
  71. 71. Patrick Bailey 1985 Geography teacher in Norfolk. Editor of Teaching Geography. The Patrick Bailey room at 160 Solly Street is the main meeting room. Teacher trainer at the University of Leicester. Author of the first Secondary Geography handbook. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2019/10/1985-patrick- bailey.html
  72. 72. Professor Denys Brunsden 1986 Legendary geomorphologist. Long association with conference as one of the organising officers. Long association with Jurassic Coast and involved in the campaign to get it UNESCO listing. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2020/09/1986-professor- denys-brunsden.html
  73. 73. Dr Graham Humphrys 1987 Academic geographer at the University of Swansea. Chair of GA Publications and Communications Committee. Led GA CPD. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2020/03/1987-dr-graham- humphrys.html
  74. 74. Michael J Storm 1988 School advisor and inspector linked with London’s schools. Worked internationally. Developed a series of questions for Primary Geographers. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2020/09/1988-mr-michael- j-storm.html
  75. 75. Professor Richard Daugherty, MBE 1989 Retired academic geographer. Started as a teacher at the Manchester Grammar School. Lecturer at the University of Swansea. A great help in the development of the blog. Involved in launch of Teaching Geography. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2020/02/1989-mr-richard- daugherty.html
  76. 76. Bryan Ellis Coates 1990 Academic geographer at the University of Sheffield. Also held posts of Honorary Librarian, Honorary Treasurer and Publications Editor. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2020/04/1990-mr-b-e- coates.html
  77. 77. Eleanor Rawling, MBE 1991 Curriculum innovator and academic geographer. Involved in numerous National Curriculum updates over the years. Writer on Place. Still active and supporting the work of the GA. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2020/07/1991-eleanor- rawling-mbe.html
  78. 78. Professor Simon Catling 1992 Academic geographer and teacher educator with a Primary focus. Prolific author and supporter of Primary geography community and involved in Charney Manor conferences. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2020/09/1992-professor- simon-catling.html
  79. 79. Professor Andrew Goudie 1993 Geomorphologist with an interest in drylands. Long association with the University of Oxford. Prolific author. President in the GA’s Centenary year. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2019/12/1993-professor- andrew-goudie.html
  80. 80. Professor Tony Binns 1994 Academic geographer at the University of Otago in New Zealand. Worked extensively in Africa. Still active and supportive of the GA. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2020/05/1994-dr-j-tony- binns.html
  81. 81. Mike Morrish 1995 Retired headteacher from Haberdashers’ Aske’s school. Textbook author. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2019/10/1995-mike- morrish.html
  82. 82. Professor (William) Ashley Kent 1996 Teacher educator at the Institute of Education. Textbook author with Michael Bradford – used in many schools at the time, including my own. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2019/11/1996-william- ashley-kent.html
  83. 83. Wendy (Morgan) Atkins 1997 Primary school headteacher. In Suffolk. Editor of Primary Geography magazine. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2020/02/1997-wendy- morgan-atkins.html
  84. 84. Mr Roger C Carter 1998 School advisor and inspector in Staffordshire. Editor of first Primary Geography handbook. Involved in the leadership of the GA around the time of the appointment of the first Chief Executive. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2020/02/1998-mr-roger-c- carter.html
  85. 85. Professor Michael G Bradford 1999 Academic geographer at the University of Manchester who worked to support many teachers and colleagues. Textbook author with Ashley Kent. Involved in GA Manchester Branch. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2019/10/1999-professor- michael-g-bradford.html
  86. 86. Derek Spooner 2000 Academic geographer at the University of Hull. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2020/09/2000-dr-derek-j- spooner.html
  87. 87. Jeremy Krause 2001 School advisor and still active within the GA’s Primary community, including the Charney Manor Conference. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2020/02/2001-jeremy- krause.html
  88. 88. Chris Kington 2002 Geography publisher – including publishing Thinking through Geography books, and Liz Taylor’s ‘Representing Geography’. Heavily involved in the reform of the GA towards becoming a professional association. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2019/12/2002-chris- kington.html
  89. 89. Peter Fox 2004 Only serving state school teacher to have become President so far. Also involved in the reform of the GA and appointment of Chief Executives. Still active and supportive of the GA’s work. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2020/08/2003-peter- fox.html
  90. 90. Professor Bill Chambers 2004 Academic geographer at Liverpool Hope University with an interest in South America. Editor of Primary Geographer. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2020/02/2004-professor- bill-j-chambers.html
  91. 91. Sue Lomas, MBE, DL 2005 Teacher and school improvement officer in Manchester. Chair of Worldwise Board, and involved in iGEO competition and Worldwise Challenge. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2020/02/2005-sue-lomas- mbe-dl.html
  92. 92. Keith Grimwade 2006 School advisor and Head of Professional Development for Cambridgeshire County Council. Involved in the reform of the GA and Cambridge GA Branch. Supportive of GA Cambridge branch. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2019/12/2006-keith- grimwade.html
  93. 93. Mr John Westaway 2007 Teacher and author. Worked for SCAA and QCA as an author and in teacher development. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2020/09/2007-mr-e-j- westaway.html
  94. 94. Margaret Roberts 2008 Teacher educator at the University of Sheffield. Author of classic ‘Geography through Enquiry’ and other books. Still active supporting colleagues in numerous countries. The doyenne for many of the enquiry approach. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2020/02/2008-margaret- roberts.html
  95. 95. John Halocha 2009 Formerly an academic geographer at Bishop Grosseteste’s University with a particular interest in Primary education. Author. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2020/02/2009-john- halocha.html
  96. 96. John Hopkin 2010 Teacher advisor in Birmingham for many years. Worked on a number of projects for the GA including the Global Learning Programme, and still actively supporting the GA’s work including GEO website. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2020/03/2010-john- hopkin.html
  97. 97. Fran Martin 2011 Academic geographer at the University of Exeter and now a freelance consultant. Editor of Primary Geography. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2020/01/2011-fran- martin.html
  98. 98. Bob Digby 2012 Teacher and teacher educator – former colleague of Margaret Roberts. Prolific textbook author. Examiner and trainer of teachers. Honorary Treasurer of the GA and Trustee. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2020/05/2012-bob- digby.html
  99. 99. Hazel Barrett 2013 Academic geographer at Coventry University with a focus on development geography. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2020/07/2013-hazel- barrett.html
  100. 100. Mark Higginbottom 2014 Teacher advisor and school improvement officer in the NW of England. Involved in Worldwise and the iGEO competition. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2019/12/2014-mark- higginbottom.html
  101. 101. Steve Rawlinson 2015 Teacher educator and geographer at Northumbria University, and involved in the Primary Geography community, including Charney Manor and Primary Geographer editorial work. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2019/10/2015-steve- rawlinson.html
  102. 102. Mary Biddulph 2016 Teacher educator at the University of Nottingham. Part of the editorial collective which updated GA journals. Also involved in the Young People’s Geographies project and other research- based activities, GERECO and GeoCapabilities. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2020/03/2016-mary- biddulph.html
  103. 103. Nick Lapthorn 2017 Involved with Field Studies Council as Head of Centre and in other roles. Involved in the Year of Fieldwork. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2020/07/2017-nick- lapthorn.html
  104. 104. Professor Stephen Scoffham 2018 Academic geographer at Canterbury Christchurch University. Involved in the Primary geography community, EYPPC and journals. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2019/10/2018-stephen- scoffham.html
  105. 105. Gill Miller 2019 Academic geographer at the University of Chester, with an interest in development education. Examiner for World Development qualification. Key supporter of the GA’s work in Wales. https://gapresidents.blogspot.com/2019/11/2019-dr-gill- miller.html
  106. 106. Dr Susan Pike 2020 Former secondary geography teacher. Teacher educator at Dublin City University, with a particular focus on primary education.
  107. 107. 1st Sept 2021 Alan Parkinson

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