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Spoof Dearne Valley World Congress Bid
In 1978, it appeared that there was to be only one conference bid for the 1981 World Congress – Berlin. No way were the Brits going to stand by and allow Berlin a “shoe-in”. It was therefore decided at the World Congress in Gothenburg in 1979 to mount a rival, but fictitious, bid from a little known local Chamber in BJC, in an area which badly needed economic regeneration and Junior Chamber support – Dearne Valley, in the heart of the Yorkshire mining area.
Key architects of that bid were Mike McKnight #28127 (aka Albert Foodbotham), John Eaton #19170 and his wife Margaret (aka Gloria Loosebody though now our very own Baroness Eaton). When Mike passed away suddenly in 2009, a booklet was produced both to celebrate his life and describe their bid.