Non-Affiliated Unions and Staff Associations

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Non-Affiliated Unions and Staff Associations


British Dental Association

64 Wimpole Street London W1G 8YS

Tel: 020 7935 0875

Fax: 020 7487 5232

E-mail: enquiries@bda-dentistry.org.uk

Website: www.bda-dentistry.org.uk

Membership: 20,000

Key dates

National Dental Conference, May 2003, Manchester

Chief executive

Ian Wylie

Chairman of executive board

John Renshaw

President

Peter Swiss

Press and government contact

Anne Creyke

British Medical Association (BMA)

BMA House Tavistock Square London WC1H 9JP

Tel: 020 7387 4499

Fax: 020 7383 6400

E-mail: enquiries@bma.org.uk

Website: www.bma.org.uk

Membership: 126,422

Key dates

Annual representatives' meeting, 29 June-3 July 2003, Torquay

General secretary

Jeremy Strachan

Chairman

Dr Ian Bogle

Press contact

Nigel Duncan

British Union of Social Work Employees (BUSWE)

BUSWE House 208 Middleton Road Manchester M8 4NA

Tel: 0161 720 7727

Fax: 0161 795 4524

E-mail: buswe@buswe.fsnet.co.uk

Website: www.buswe.fsnet.co.uk

Membership: 3,000

Key dates

AGM, November 2002

General secretary

Steve Anslow

Chair

Stan Courtney

Professional officer

Harry Lyons

Press contact

Steve Anslow

Administration manager

Val Shaw

Lloyds TSB Group Union (LTU)

St John's Terracem 3-7 Ampthill Street Bedford MK42 9EY

Tel: 01234 262868

Fax: 01234 262821

E-mail: 24hours@ltu.co.uk

Website: www.ltu.co.uk

Membership: 36,000

General secretary

Ian Partridge

National Association of Colliery Overmen, Deputies & Shotfirers

(NACODS), South Wales Office

2nd Floor 8 Drake Walk Waterfront 2000 Cardiff CF10 4AN

Tel: 02920 470 992

Fax: 02920 470 993

E-mail: nacodswales@tinyworld.co.uk

Contact

B Hancock

National Association of Head Teachers

1 Heath Square Boltro Road Haywards Heath West Sussex RH16 1BL

Tel: 01444 472472

Fax: 01444 472473

E-mail: info@naht.org.uk

Website: www.naht.co.uk

Membership: 30,000

Key dates

Annual conference and exhibition, 3-5 May 2003, York

General secretary

David Hart

President

Eric Spear

Vice-president

Gareth Matthewson

Press contacts

David Hart, Annette Slade

Government contact

David Hart

Executive director

Mike Turnbull

National Union of Club Stewards (NUCS)

NUCS is no longer a union.

National Union of Students (NUS)

Nelson Mandela House 461 Holloway Road London N7 6LJ

Tel: 020 7272 8900

Fax: 020 7263 5713

E-mail: nusuk@nus.org.uk

Website: www.nus.org.uk

Membership: 700 affiliated unions representing 3,5 million students

Key dates

National student media conference, 16-17 November 2002,

London Annual conference, March 2003

President

Mandy Telford

Press contact

Dan Ashley

Government contact

Vicky Wyatt

Offshore Industry Liaison Committee (OILC)

49 Carmelite Street Aberdeen AB11 6NQ

Tel: 01224 210118

Fax: 01224 210095

E-mail: gensec@oilc.org

Website: www.oilc.org

Membership: 1,600

General secretary

Jake Molloy

Chairman

Dave Stevenson

Deputy general secretaries

James MacDonald

Dave Robertson

Press and government contact

Jake Molloy

Police Federation of England and Wales

15-17 Langley Road Surbiton Surrey KT6 6LP

Tel: 020 8399 2224

Fax: 020 8399 2249

Website: www. …

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