John Hawes is now Head Verger at Derby Cathedral. After spending a career as a librarian, he retired to become a verger at Westminster Abbey before moving to Derby. His main historical interest lies in the development of the English Use in Twentieth Century Anglicanism.
Stephen Savage is a retired school-teacher who has researched local church history in Leeds and written a number of monographs on the subject, many published by the Society.
Michael Yelton is a Circuit Judge in East Anglia and lives in Cambridge. Prior to taking up that appointment he was in practice at the Bar for 25 years and also taught law for some time at Corpus Christi College. He has written extensively on modern Anglo-Catholic history and architecture and on other subjects and organises the Society’s publication programme and its trips and walks to places of interest. His publications include
Anglican Papalism 1900-1960, Alfred Hope Patten and the Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham, and
Outposts of the Faith. He is now a Roman Catholic.