|Description||"The Council's papers since its foundation have been retained at its offices. Extant material includes minutes of the Executive Council, subcommittees, and special projects since 1952; financial records; papers emanating from Theological Study Conferences, and correspondence since the 1950s (arranged in relation to Council committees, churches, relations with other bodies, government departments and individuals). Duplicates of reports and addresses since 1987 are held on computer disk and audio tape recordings of teaching conferences exist of the post-1967 period. Researchers should apply to the General Secretary at the above address; applications for access will be considered individually on their merits".
Cook & Waller, Sources in Contemporary British History, vol 1, 1994|