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Michael Charlton-Weedy has been appointed chief executive of the ...
Michael Charlton-Weedy has been appointed chief executive of the

Emergency Planning College near Easingwold, Yorkshire. He is

expected to take up his position at the end of April.

Since 1989, the college has been the government's centre of

excellence for running short seminars, workshops and courses on an

inter-agency basis in the field of crisis management and emergency


Mr Charlton-Weedy is soon to retire from the army where, in his

current posting, he is deputy adjutant general and director general

service conditions with responsibility for the army's personnel


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