A biographical page for this former champion was put together in December 2012 with a couple of games, one from Robert Elliston. Brian Denman has now provided some more information, and three further games:
I grew up and was educated in Glasgow. I played some chess while at school, and more frequently while at Glasgow University: at that time it was more fashionable than later to play for University chess clubs and Glasgow had a very strong club in the 60s and 70s including Roddy Mackay, Craig Pritchett, Peter Jamieson and David Levy along with many other strong less well known players. I played in one Scottish Championship with a middling score.
I was in Bolton for a year in 1974-75 where I played in one large tournament: an opponent told me he had just scraped a draw with a well known child player, Nigel Short.
I moved to Hastings in 1975 and worked at Hastings College until 1980. It was a very enjoyable chess period, playing at and for the club, a couple of matches for Sussex, and some large tournaments. I recall some interesting games against Howard Winser, Paul Carey and one exciting attacking game, eventually a draw, against a well known young player - Stuart Conquest.
In 1980 I moved to Berkshire with my wife and daughter where I have lived since, and played only some local league chess - quite strong in Berkshire, and rather more Bridge - in some ways less arduous to prepare for and keep up with than Chess. I've remained interested in Chess and followed some major tournaments online.
I am not sure I have managed to retain any Hastings game scores through various house moves, though I suspect the couple you have are lightning games.
Best wishes to all of you at the Hastings and St Leonards Chess Club