On Monday 9th November 2015 NACTSEW Chairman, Peter Barrett, gave a talk on the founding of the National Association to the Rotary Club of Tamworth Amker. The talk contrasted the roles of High Sheriff with that of City and Town Sheriff, and included many examples of the ways in which the role has changed over the centuries. The talk was followed by a lively discussion in which the Chairman also described the functiion of NACTSEW, and was pleased to note that the Rotarians present all felt, with him, that the traditions upheld by the Sheriffs were a great enrichment of our national life.
The photograph, taken by David Briggs, shows from left to right Ed Harris, President-Elect of the Rotary Club of Tamworth Anker, Peter Barrett, Chairman, NACTSEW, and John Edwards, President of the Rotary Club of Tamworth Anker.
If anyone would like to hear such a talk, please contact the Chairman. email@example.com