before he died, he handed over the Secretaryship papers in perfect order, even having prepared the detailed Agenda and comprehensive Annual Report for the Society's AGM. His administrative efficiency went quietly in hand with a modest charm, two virtues not always found together in one person. Over the previous two years or so most of the meetings of the Society's Jubilee Sub-committee had been very hospitably hosted at the Caswell home of Trevor and his wife Marjorie, and it is a sad irony that he died at the very beginning of that special year for which he had worked so hard. TERRY FRAME Terry Frame was an architect by profession and lived at Corner House Farm, in Pitton, Rhossili. He gave valuable service to the Gower Society during ten years as a member of the Committee. There his professional expertise was particularly useful in discussions on planning matters, and over the last few years he had been active in gathering evidence to oppose the sand-dredging from the Helwick Bank. His commonsense and good humour, however, were applied to all topics. His sincerity, his good sense and his sometimes slightly wicked smile are sadly missed fom the Com- mittee table. JEANNETTE MAUND Miss Jeannette Maund died in her ninetieth year, having been for half her long lifetime a member of the Gower Society's Committee, and the Society's Social Secretary for forty-two years. Apart from her long and faithful service in those capacities she will be best remembered by many in Gower as the last Headmistress of Rhossili School, from 1959 until its closure in 1969. She then served as Headmistress of the newly-opened Bishopston Infants School until her retirement in July 1974. As Social Secretary she founded our folk-dancing group, which originally met at the Royal Institution (Swansea Museum), then at St Phillip's Community Centre, before moving on to Brynmill School, where the fortnightly meetings still continue under the leadership of Miss Frances Wood. Folk-dancing is still an important feature of our programme of events, and those members whom Jeannette encouraged to move with some attempt at grace, in time to music, will be forever grateful for her tuition and gently amused patience. She was elected President of the Gower Society in 1982-83 and 1983-84, in recognition of her dedication and hard work on our behalf. Her many friends will remember her as a lady of dignity, integrity, humour, tolerance and charm, of whom it has been said "she will be sadly missed for many years, but long remembered for so many happy occasions".