Peter Mabey

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(March 21, 1926 --)

Peter Hedley Mabey is a British fan whose first convention was Loncon and who was one of the first members of the Cheltenham Circle and the BSFA. He acted as Librarian of the BSFA lending library when the collection was also held at Cheltenham; he later served as a BSFA committee member after the organisation's incorporation. He was one of the founders of the Order of St. Fantony and was presented, in his absence, with the first Doc Weir Award at Bullcon in 1963. He produced the Progress reports and Program Book for Loncon II.

Professionally, he was an aircraft engineer who moved into computers very early.

He has continued to attend conventions well into his 90s.

See Peter Mabey – one of the Backroom Boys from the Cytricon V program book.

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