Tony Ludlow is a biologist and local councillor
in Hampshire, England, and the main purpose of this web site is to
help residents get in touch with him or to find the services they
Tony may be contacted by writing to: 7 Kings Road, Alton, Hampshire GU34 1PZ.
Phone: 01420 83922 or +44 (0)1420 83922 for international calls.
It is helpfull if visits or phone calls can be restricted to between 08:00 hrs and 22:00 hrs.
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Nelson Ludlow's autobiography: Tony's
late father, the Revd. Nelson Ludlow, wrote an autobiography. It is a
well-written and humorous account of an adventurous life in Ireland in
the 1920s and Nigeria from the '30s to the '50s. Nelson was a
Methodist Minister in Nigeria in very challenging times. He married
Joyce who was one of the first women surgeons (FRCS in 1927) and they
worked together in Nigeria for 20 years. You may download the whole book
for reading off-line. If you want to read it off-line with your web
click here (HTML)
If you want to read it or print it with Adobe Acrobat:
click here (PDF) (about 1 MB)
Biological interests: As a
biologist Tony worked at Imperial College for 18 years, on the way that
nervous systems control animal behaviour. This led to more and more
computer modelling and statistical analysis. He then moved to the
Forestry Commission Research Division to build computer models of
forest growth so that we can predict the impact of climate change on
Since taking early retirement in 1997 Tony has set up
a consultancy using computer models and statistical analyses to solve complex
problems in biological research. The site contains references to
selected publications to indicate the range of problems that can be
More recently, Tony has helped set up a web site providing
information on family history of the Ludlows: www.ludlowgenealogy.org
He was chairman of the Loddon NHS Commuity Trust for three and a half
years and then chairman of the North Hampshire NHS Primary Care Trust
for six and a half years until the Trust was dissolved in October 2006
to make way for the Hampshire PCT