Minutes, reports and papers of the following committees of the Cyclists' Touring Club:
Policy Development discussion papers and consultants' reports, 1983-1985; Policy Group reports, etc., 1976-1979; Finance Committee/Panel, July 1965-September 1988; District Associations Committee/Panel, June 1978-November 1983; Rights and Privileges Committee, June 1965- November 1966; Development Committee reports, 1965-1973; District Associations and General Purposes Committee, 1965-1976; reports to Council of Secretary's attendance at meetings of other bodies, April 1970-June 1978; Transport Policy and Road Safety Committee and Town and Countryside Committee, January 1979-October 1988; Touring and Membership Services Committee (becoming Leisure and Countryside Committee), March 1984-October 1988; Public Relations (later Publicity) Committee, 1981-1984; Events Committee, 1981-1983; District Associations and Events Committee, February 1984-October 1988; Touring Development Committee, April 1979-July 1983. Membership figures, December 1965-September 1988.
Minutes, reports and papers of bodies with which the Cyclists' Touring Club was associated:
Bicycle Association/British Cycling Bureau, October 1988; British Rail Cycling Liaison Group, 1987-1988; British Standards Institution Cycles Committee, October 1988; Byways & Bridleways Trust Executive Committee, February 1979-March 1984; Central Rights of Way Committee, October 1988; RoSPA (Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents): National Road Safety Committee, September 1980-October 1988; Council for National Parks, June 1978-July 1988; PACTS (Parliamentary Advisory Committee for Transport Safety), 1984-1988; National Bike Club, miscellaneous papers, 1983-1984; Cycling Council of Great Britain: Come Alive Campaign papers, 1971-1984; Joint talks between the Cyclists' Touring Club, the British Cycling Federation and Road Time Trials Council, which together form the Cycling Council of Great Britain, 1983-1988; Alliance Internationale de Tourisme, 1979-1988.
Forty three named subject files.
Len James's correspondence, reports and papers, mostly loose, partially in rough chronological sequence, 1980-1995.