Julian joined BTS and TDT in the 1980s when our founder, Archbishop Trevor Huddleston was Chair. He is probably the only member and Headteacher to have been arrested by a racist police officer when leading a party of Tanzanian students to the House of Commons! (The Met later paid compensation to TDT). On retiring from Headship, he did a Masters in African Studies at SOAS. As chair of TDT, he made 14 project visits to Tanzania, mostly with his wife, Bibi Ann and he led the fund-raising for the campaign against FGM totalling over £160,000. However in Tanga Region, he was given the nickname ‘Babu Choo’ because he commissioned so many blocks of toilets!