In spring 1975 the Albany Trust began talks with the Inner London Education Authority to provide training on ‘adolescent sexuality’.
David Barnard, who had joined the Trust as Organising Secretary from the National Council of Civil Liberties wrote a paper, on the basis of which ILEA had been interested in engaging the Trust to train youth workers and teachers.
On 4 – 6 November 1975 the Trust ran its course jointly with ILEA at the Hackney Teacher Centre.
On the evening of 20 November, in the wake of the Playland Trial No. 2, Charles Hornby’s conviction, the Trustees’ letter to the Guardian asking ‘Who is exploiting whom?’ and Sir Harold Haywood’s commitment to the cause of alleviating pedophiles’ misery of isolation, the Trust holds a ‘Teenagers at Risk’ meeting. Glynis Parry had been one of the speakers at the MIND conference in early September.
In the article above Glynis Parry, Vice President of the Campaign for Homosexual Equality had spoken in defence of pedophiles opining “they are not ill, vicious or really harmful”. Parry was a mental health psychologist working at Oakwood Hospital, Maidstone Kent at the time.
On 27 February 1976 Parry had booked the Albany Trust’s offices in Clapham for a conference on Homosexuality she was organising for other psychologists. The Trust had moved from 32 Shaftesbury Avenue, Piccadilly to Clapham in 1972, remaining in South London until August 1976 when Sir Harold Haywood’s chairmanship guided them to a more illustrious setting close to Westminster Abbey, Buckingham Palace and Victoria station.
Not too long after, Antony Grey would write to Glynis Parry inviting her to be an Albany Trustee.