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FRIENDS
There are several levels of involvement in the LBF available. The easiest way to support the Foundation’s work (apart from lobbying Google!) is to become a “Friend”. To do this, simply pledge £10 or more via Paypal by clicking here and following the directions. Your name will be added to the list of Friends below, and you will receive a thankyou e-mail.

MEMBERS
If you’d like to do more, there are several things that can be done. We need local people to help promote the work of the Foundation and to organise events in the city and county.  More widely, we need members to champion the cause of celebrating Boole’s legacy and memorialising him in his home town and further afield. If you’d like to find out more, contact us!

PARTNERS
The Foundation is always looking for organisations who are willing to partner with the Foundation. Commercial companies closely associated with digitality who can offer financial support or opportunities for young people from Lincolnshire are particularly welcome. Non-profit organisations who share similar aims and interests are also encouraged to contact us. If you are associated with such an organisation and believe it would be open to a partnership, please contact us!

 

PATRONS:

LORD LINCOLN

PARTNERS:

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LINCOLN CITY COUNCIL

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FRIENDS:

BARONESS GIBSON

A. WALKER

C. WHITTAKER

D. McSHERRY

I. MILLS

S. GRAU

Prof. R. HAND

P. STAINTHORP

Prof. B. WINSTON

MEMBERS:

Prof. C. BOLDYREFF (British Computer Society)

G. CIELNIAK

D. COBHAM (University of Lincoln)

W. COVELL

A. DAVID (SIREN Radio)

T. DAVIES (timico.co.uk)

P. DEWISON

T. GLENN

P. HAMLYN-WILLIAMS (Lincoln Catherdral)

A. LEWCZUK

G. MATTHEWS

T. McSHERRY

D. SLEIGHT (University of Lincoln)

R. SPILBERG

G. THOMPSON

E. WELLMAN

DIRECTORS:

H. ZIEGLER

D. A. KENYON

 

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