Bristol and District SF Club
The Bristol and District SF Club (AKA BaD) was formed in September, 1965, shortly after Loncon II. Fourteen people showed up for its first meeting. The leading force behind the club was Tony Walsh, who apparently hosted many of the meetings, including the first. Other prominent members included Peter Roberts and Graham Boak and other ex-Cheltenham Circle members.
The club folded when Boak left Bristol University in mid-1968 for job in aerospace industry and Roberts left to go to Keele University.
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