"Evaluations by bishops who attended last summer's  Lambeth Conference say there should be another in 10 years, but that it need not be in England and that its style should be less British. The majority of responses came from bishops of the northern hemisphere, officials said. A total of 151 evaluations were returned -- about one-quarter to one-third of the bishops present. Only one bishop said there should not be another Lambeth Conference". "A few other respondents thought the conference should be shorter than three weeks, smaller and linked to regional meetings. A few expressed doubt that they would attend if there were women bishops present. The fact that responses from northern hemisphere bishops outnumbered others two-to-one fuels the claim that the process of the conference was dominated by northern and western methodology, said Canon Vincent Strudwick who analyzed the returns for the Anglican Consultative Council. The conference did not appear to take enough account of the cultural insights in the other parts of the world, he said".