Harold Campbell (co-operator)
Born in Enfield, Middlesex, Campbell joined the British Federation of Young Co-operators. He was a conscientious objector during the Second World War, working as an agricultural labourer. After the war he became involved with the Co-operative Party, soon becoming assistant general secretary, then in 1962 was appointed general secretary.
In 1967 Campbell stood down as general secretary to take up a post managing a housing trust. However, he remained chair of Co-operative Planning and the Co-Ownership Development Society.
|Party political offices|
| General Secretary of the Co-operative Party
1962 – 1967