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“It was a privilege to help set the group up from scratch and build on previous relationships,” Daisley said. “I have always felt that members should put something back into the profession that looks after their interests and also to encourage younger members to achieve their aspirations.
Daisley’s LPF career began in 1972, when he became secretary of the Brighton and District branch of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain (RPSBG). He held the post until 1984, before becoming chair on two separate occasions.