Pat Nugent: ‘Charity Boss Quizzed Over Porno Swoop’

News of the World, 18th December 1983: “A top charity official has been quizzed by police after dozens of porn pictures were found during a dawn raid on her home. Besides the pictures, detectives also seized piles of documents plus address books, diaries, masks and sex magazines. The raid was on the home of Mrs Pat Nugent, 46, a mother of five who works for MENCAP, the Royal Society for Mentally Handicapped Children.”

Our investigation shows she has also taken part in a kinky sex-swap session in central London involving a high ranking British diplomat formerly based in Berlin and Belgrade, Yugoslavia

Could this ‘high-ranking diplomat’ have been Sir Peter Hayman, who was based in both Berlin (1966-68) and Belgrade (1955-58)? If so, ‘wife-swapping’ may not have been all that was going on at these parties, as Sir Peter Hayman is known to have been a member of the Paedophile Information Exchange. (More on Hayman here)

Charity boss Mrs Nugent is no stranger to controversy. In 1968 she was convicted at Winchester Assizes of aiding and abetting the rape of a young girl and sentenced to three years in jail. Her lover, who committed the act while Mrs Nugent held the girl down, was sent to prison for 10 years.”

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  1. Troyhand said:

    Local Initiatives in Great Britain (1982): Health & community care
    New Foundations for Local Initiative Support, ***1982***

    [Page 41]
    New Foundations for Local Initiative Support Stan Windass

    ***LAMBETH***

    Name and Contact
    ***MENCAP HOMES FOUNDATION***
    Harry Neal (Director of Residential Services)
    123 Golden Lane, London EC 1Y 0RT
    Tel. 01-253 9433

    Brief Description
    To establish a community based, fully staffed hostel for mentally handicapped adults which would become the core unit of a core and cluster development, supporting residents of lesser dependency in the cluster houses.

    Locality
    164 Denmark Hill, London SE5. An ordinary house in a residential street.

    People principally involved
    ***Harry Neal, Doreen Flint of the Royal Society for Mentally Handicapped Children and Adults; John Ellecombe, Administrator, Special Trustees of St Thomas’ Hospital, London; Simon Taylor and Dr P. Sylvester, St Thomas’ Health District; Tony Emmett, Liam Hughes and John Allen of Lambeth Social Services Department; Paul Evans, Mencap Lambeth Local Society.***

    Origins
    In 1980, the St Thomas’ Special Trustees purchased a house they felt would be suitable for mentally handicapped people living in the community. Mencap was asked to submit an operational policy for such use of the premises and the Mencap Homes Foundation proposals were approved and accepted. A project committee of the above named people was formed to supervise the restoration and adaptation of the house, supply furniture and equipment, appoint staff and identify and select the first residents.

    Representatives of all the organisations involved, many of them members of the project committee, regrouped to form a management committee responsible to the Homes Foundation Council for the day to day running of the home.

    Funding
    The St Thomas’ Special Trustees purchased the house, paid for all construction work and have leased the premises to Mencap Homes Foundation at a peppercorn rent. The Foundation will be responsible for all outgoings including staff salaries but will be re-imbursed by individual contributions from residents’ Social Security Benefit with the balance between income and expenditure made up by a grant from ***Lambeth Social Services.***

    Joint Funding has provided capital finance.
    ***

    http://books.google.com/books?id=jEXmAAAAIAAJ&q=mencap&dq=mencap&hl=en&sa=X&ei=65GLU5urA-HKsQTXpIGYCg&ved=0CCsQ6AEwADhk

    http://books.google.com/books?id=jEXmAAAAIAAJ&q=%22John+Ellecombe,+Administrator,+Special+Trustees+of+St+Thomas'+Hospital%22&dq=%22John+Ellecombe,+Administrator,+Special+Trustees+of+St+Thomas'+Hospital%22&hl=en&sa=X&ei=IpaLU46tGtTTsAT4iYHgAQ&ved=0CDgQ6AEwAA

    http://books.google.com/books?id=jEXmAAAAIAAJ&q=%22Lambeth+Social+Services+Department;+Paul+Evans%22&dq=%22Lambeth+Social+Services+Department;+Paul+Evans%22&hl=en&sa=X&ei=l5aLU67sNKiksQS5jIDICg&ved=0CDsQ6AEwAA

    http://books.google.com/books?id=jEXmAAAAIAAJ&q=%22paid+for+all+construction+work+and+have+leased+the+premises+to%22&dq=%22paid+for+all+construction+work+and+have+leased+the+premises+to%22&hl=en&sa=X&ei=l5qLU8KKEI3IsATG0IHoDQ&ved=0CDMQ6AEwAA

    http://books.google.com/books?id=jEXmAAAAIAAJ&q=%22peppercorn+rent.+The+Foundation+will+be+responsible+for+all+outgoings+including+staff%22&dq=%22peppercorn+rent.+The+Foundation+will+be+responsible+for+all+outgoings+including+staff%22&hl=en&sa=X&ei=JJqLU6_PBovgsAS5rIC4Cg&ved=0CCsQ6AEwAA

    • f macerlean said:

      Troyhand, what is the significance of your posting the details of this Lambeth property here?

  2. Troyhand said:

    I wonder if she was one of the 2 women initially arrested in 1978 during the PIE raids?

  3. Troyhand said:

    http://news.google.com/newspapers?id=3T4sAAAAIBAJ&sjid=s80EAAAAIBAJ&pg=5992%2C4268487
    Spartanburg Herald-Journal – 19 March 1981
    Former British Ambassador Linked To Child Pornography

    LONDON (AP) – Sir Peter Hayman, former British ambassador to Canada and a man who held a string of sensitive posts, was identified Wednesday by a member of Parliament as the diplomat involved in a child pornography scandal.

    Neighbors and business colleagues of the 66-year-old ex-envoy said they were stunned.

    The retired diplomat is a former deputy undersecretary at the Foreign Office. He had served at the Defense Ministry, with the British delegation to NATO and in New York, Berlin, Belgrade, Baghdad and Malta. He was knighted in 1971.

    He recently resigned from his business ties, including ***International Students House***, a London trust to aid foreign students.

    The trust chairman, ***Sir John Nelson***, was commanding officer of the British military government in West Berlin when Hayman was posted there.
    ***

    [I have my suspicions about Major-General Sir John Nelson]

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Nelson_(British_Army_officer)
    Major-General Sir (Eustace) John (Blois) Nelson KCVO CB DSO OBE MC (1912–1993) was Commandant of the British Sector in Berlin… He retired in 1968.
    ***

    http://news.google.com/newspapers?nid=2507&dat=19710908&id=jeY9AAAAIBAJ&sjid=iEgMAAAAIBAJ&pg=4165,1447294
    Glasgow Herald – 8 September 1971
    Training cruise sailing ship is launched

    The biggest sailing ship in Britain took to the water yesterday at Buckie, Banffshire, after she had been named Captain Scott after Scott of the Antartic.

    A crowd of more than 2000 lined the three sides of the harbour and the decks of a number of boats to watch the three-masted schooner being launched.

    The town’s 200,000th ship, built at the Buckie yard of Herd and MacKenzie, has been presented by the Dulverton Trust and will be operated by the ***Loch Eil Trust*** on a non-profit making basis. It will be used to provide 26-day adventure cruises for young men among the Hebrides, Orkney, and the Shetland Islands. The adventure courses will also include mountaineering.

    Lady Jane Nelson, wife of ***Major General Sir John Nelson***, chairman of the management committee, performed the naming ceremony.

    There to see the Captain Scott take the water was the president of the new venture, Mr Peter Scott, son of the Antartic explorer. The figurehead on the schooner’s bowspirit portrays Captain Scott in anorak and goggles and carrying ski sticks.
    ***

    http://news.google.com/newspapers?nid=2507&dat=19700824&id=lpFAAAAAIBAJ&sjid=-6QMAAAAIBAJ&pg=6411,4150625
    Glasgow Herald – 24 August 1970
    Ship name change under pressure

    The 320-ton three-masted training schooner being built at Buckie for the Dulverton Trust will not now be named Sir Francis Drake. Because of pressure, brought mainly by the nationalist group, the 1320 Club, the trustees have decided that the vessel will be named the Captain Scott, after the explorer.

    Sir Walter Coutts, one of the trustees, said: – “It is true that we have decided to change the name to Captain Scott. The decision was taken at a meeting of the committee of the trustees on July 30. There had been a certain amount of pressure for a more neutral name, but I cannot say much more than that.”

    Mr Ronald MacDonald Douglas, director of the 1320 Club’s foreign affairs bureau, said: – “We are not completely happy with the new name, but after all it is a Scottish sounding name and it is much better than Sir Francis Drake.

    “The ship is being built in Scotland, will be based in Scotland, and maintained by Scottish funds. We certainly did not think it right to name the ship after an English sailor. We have had correspondence with Sir Walter Coutts, ***Major-General Sir John Nelson, chairman of the Dulverton Trust Committee***, and Lord Dulverton.”

    On a visit to Plockton, Ross and Cromarty, in April to discuss mooring facilities, General Nelson said the ship would not be renamed despite criticism from Scots.

    He said the committee had sought a name which would be meaningful to those who were likely to use the courses in the ship, and the majority of these were expected to come from the industrial Midlands and South-East of England with less than a quarter from Scotland.

    The keel of the £200,000 ship was laid at the Buckie yard in March. She is expected to be completed in about 18 months. The ship, which will be moored at Plockton, will sail on 26-day training cruises with a crew of 36 young men and boys who have been recommended by their firms or schools.

    The annual running costs of the ship, which are estimated at £40,000, will be met principally by the MacRobert Trust.
    ***

    http://www.spanglefish.com/LochEilCentre/
    Loch Eil Centre 1964 – 1976

    The Centre was founded privately around 1964 by the charity Toc H and ***the Dulverton Trust*** to provide young people with training courses of a challenging, adventurous and educational kind. Laterly the Centre was run under the auspices of ***the Loch Eil Trust.***

    “The Centre, situated some ***seven miles from the town of Fort William*** on a bluff overlooking Loch Eil within sight of Ben Nevis, is set amongst the incredible scenery of the Western Highlands; little changed since Viking longboats explored the long narrow sea lochs. Achdalieu is the name given to the group of buildings which form the Centre and which stand on the site of a village that was old when Bonnie Prince Charlie raised his Standard at Glenfinnan a few miles to the west.”

    Achdalieu, enlarged in 1885 by the architect Alexander Ross as a shooting lodge for Cameron of Locheil, is a baronial villa with conical roofed stairtower over round-arched entrance.

    “The lodge was requisitioned by the War Office in 1940 for use by Special Operations for training of soldiers in guerilla warfare. The main house was used by officers and as a headquarters whilst the other ranks used the hutted camp about 270m to the south west”. Anyone wishing to travel in the this area of the country required an enhanced civilian or military pass.

    Following the war the lodge functioned as a private hotel from 1952, but during the 1960s it was converted and used for adventure activity courses – 50 years ago this year.

    There were two types of Wayfarer courses which ran during most of the years it existed; one for juniors 14 – 16 and one for seniors 16 – 21. Both were run on the same lines with the junior courses lasting 3 weeks and the senior courses lasting 4 weeks.

    “The Wayfarer course is a general outdoor activities course designed to introduce young persons to the fun of climbing, camping, canoeing and sailing in the superb locality of the Western Highlands.”

    Junior course participants came mainly from secondary schools in the greater Glasgow area. The senior courses mostly catered for apprentices from around the UK and from abroad.

    The final ‘Glasgow Junior’ group, as the Junior Wayfarer groups became known, left Loch Eil in the early summer of 1976. It is estimated that around 6000 young people stayed at the centre during the years it was running.

    During the first few years accommodation for students was in six ten bed dormitories in the main house. During the early 1970s an annex was built next to the barn, to provide further accommodation, partly for the use of the specialist courses. The large barn was used for undercover activities, with a climbing wall at one end.

    There were six clan groups in the house; MacDonald, Stewart and Campbell on the first floor, with MacLeod, Cameron and MacLean on the top floor.

    Married staff had houses while single staff occupied rooms either in the house or in the building (Towers) down by the canoe shed.
    ***

    [Just down the road from Fort Augustus Abbey where Jimmy Svile regularly visited]

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RNOV_Shabab_Oman_(1977)
    RNOV Shabab Oman

    RNOV Shabab Oman is a barquentine which serves as a training ship for the Royal Navy of Oman.

    Originally named the Captain Scott after explorer Robert Falcon Scott, Shabab Oman was built as a standing topgallant yard schooner by Herd and McKenzie of Buckie, Scotland in 1971. ***Built for the Dulverton Trust, she was run by the Loch Eil Trust in programs which combined sail training with onshore expeditions.***

    In 1967, Victor Clark and Kurt Hahn had ***enlisted Prince Philip’s aid in finding sponsorship for a new youth-training ship***. Clark then skippered her until 1974.

    In 1977, the vessel was sold to Sultan Qābūs bin Sa‘īd of Oman and placed under the purview of the Ministry of Youth. Her name was changed to Shabab Oman, which can be translated as “Youth of Oman.” In 1979, she was inducted into the Royal Navy of Oman (RNO) as a sail training ship.

    In 1984, Shabab Oman was refitted as a barquentine.
    ***

  4. Ian said:

    [Just down the road from Fort Augustus Abbey where Jimmy Svile regularly visited]

    Saville was for many years the Chieftain of Fort William (Lochaber) Highland Games, Commodore of Mallaig Regatta and supported the Glencoe and Lochaber Rescue Teams among many other things in that area over the years.

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