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The IPG Archive. Part 12: mid-1960s
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The IPG through the ages: mid-1960s

It’s the mid-late 1960s and Dr Amicia Melland is secretary of the IPG. This document is a lovely piece of IPG history that summarises the Guild very smartly indeed! We are particularly fond of the section that reads:
One special feature of the Guild which is certainly appreciated by all Members is the spirit of friendship and good fellowship which prevails. Members feel at all times that they are able to ask each other without fee or cavil for specialised advice which may otherwise be difficult to come by.
In the run-up to our Annual Spring Conference I’m sure IPG members throughout the UK are looking forward to convening in Oxfordshire for fascinating business advice and a hearty dose of friendship and good fellowship.
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