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In 1976, when I was 13 and about to start my second year of high school, dad became the full time secretary of the National Teaching Committee, as well as being on the NSA, and Temple Activities Co-ordinator.We therefore had to move to Sydney to be closer to the National Office.We lived in various places around the UK – Porthcawl, South Wales, and Warton and Blackpool in Lancashire, and in 1970, when I was seven, we moved to Melbourne, Australia.It was a culture shock to me and I really missed England and my friends.These types of calls usually incur very high rates.If you believe that the information on any part of this page is incorrect or out of date please let us know.I was born to Bahá’í parents, Jean and Andrew Gash, in York at the end of 1962.I attended the first Bahá’í World Congress at the Royal Albert Hall in 1963 (even though I was only a few months old and obviously don’t remember anything about it! My parents were very active in the Bahá’í community, and I was always surrounded by many incredible people from all backgrounds and races, including future members of the Universal House of Justice and Hand of the Cause of God Collis Featherstone who used to stay with us on occasion when I was a child.

At seven years old I was very confused and upset by this attitude and the memory has always stuck with me.

I also remember attending the Oceanic Conference in Auckland, New Zealand, in 1977, and the International Conference in Canberra in 1982.


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