Cardiff CHE Group

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The Cardiff CHE Group was a CHE group based in Cardiff. It was founded in September 1971.[1]

In 1973 Cardiff Education Committee condemned the Chapter Arts Centre for allowing the group to meet there. Adderman Sidney Doxey described the venue, in a former school, as "a centre for every weirdo organisation."[2] Subsequently a reporter visited the group and reported on it in depth. He found that much of the meeting was taken up with discussion of the forthcoming National Council meeting at University College, Cardiff, on 8 Sptember.[3]

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  1. Amiable Warriors Volume One, page 574.
  2. "Arts centre man denies weirdo accusation", Western Mail, 21 July 1973.
  3. Michael Duckenfield, "What really goes on at those CHE meetings", South Wales Echo, 15 August 1973.