The planned four parts of the story of ‘Harlow to K2 and Beyond’ are being published in phases. Part One (Chapters 1, 2 & 3) is now available on this website. Part One largely covers the period up to 1975. Parts Two, Three and Four (covering Chapters 4 to 12) will be published in sequence over the coming year. The Project has grown and become a very large exercise in research, scripting, and editing. As we go forward, it is also planned to add some additional, more detailed information, including individual reflections from personalities involved with centres over the past years. This will be done by adding hyperlinks to the Chapters. A few hyperlinks have been included already in the first chapters, others will follow. Apart from those additions, there are several special sections and features planned, which will also be added as we progress.
All feedback is welcome via the website’s ‘How to help’ section.
- A final Foreword and Preface will be added on full publication of the 12 chapters.
- Acknowledgements will also be made in full on the final website publication.
- A Bibliography will also be included for reference.
- In the meantime, it is important to acknowledge the work and support of the Editorial Group, which has met regularly over the last 2 years and contributed advice and written contributions. In addition, over 40 contributions have been received from past and present directors and managers and over 150 have taken a direct interest in the Project.
Gerry Carver – May, 2018
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