National Council For Voluntary Organisations - History - Previous Presidents

Previous Presidents

  • 1919-1921: The Rt Hon the Viscount Ullswater PC GCB
  • 1921-1928: The Rt Hon J H Whitley PC MP
  • 1928-1932: Captain The Rt Hon E A FitzRoy PC MP
  • 1932-1935: The Rt Hon J H Whitley PC MP
  • 1935-1938: The Rt Hon the Viscount Bledisloe PC GCMG KBE
  • 1938-1939: The Rt Hon the Lord Snell PC CBE
  • 1939-1951: Sir Percy Malcolm Stewart Bart DL OBE
  • 1951-1954: The Rt Hon the Earl of Halifax PC KG OM GCSI GCIE
  • 1954-1957: Sir Edward Peacock GCVO
  • 1964-1969: The Rt Hon the Lord Hayworth
  • 1969-1973: His Royal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh
  • 1973-1981: Sir John Partridge KBE
  • 1981-1986: Sir John Hedley Greenborough KBE
  • 1986-1991: Sir Kenneth Durham
  • 1991-1997: Sir Campbell Adamson
  • 1997-2002: The Lord Plant of Highfield
  • 2002-2007: The Baroness Rawlings
  • 2007-2012: The Lord Hodgson

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