We are pleased to announce that we have appointed Richard Lamont as a new trustee of the Broadcast Engineering Conservation Group.
Richard was into electronics, radio and photography from an early age. His career began in BBC transmitters.
He then moved into journalism, working in commercial radio and magazine publishing with his work appearing in over a dozen titles.
He also worked as an audio engineer doing project work in various London studios.
Later he became a director of a multi-depot company that supplied construction plant to civil engineers, utilities, local authorities and housebuilders.
Richard also helped to create the cold war museum at Hack Green in Cheshire.