The court had also heard that Cundick admitted to two further counts of indecent assault against two otherÂ women â€“ one aged between 46 and 47-years-old and a second aged 21 between 1994 and 2004 contrary to section 14 of the Sexual Offences Act.
Detective Chief Inspector Bex Smith, of the Surrey Police Public Protection Investigation Unit, said: “Cundick is a predatory sexual offender who used his position as a beacon of respectability and responsibility to abuse his victims and today’s sentencing outcome demonstrates the severity of his offences.
“Cundick showed little remorse throughout the trial and his refusal to admit his crimes meant that his victims had to appear in court and I would like to commend them for their bravery in giving evidence.
“This was a complex and lengthy investigation and I hope that today’s court result will will go some way to providing the victims with the strength to put these incidents behind them and move on with their lives.â€
“I would urge any victims or anyone who has concerns about potential sexual abuse, current or historic, to contact us so that the matter can be investigated.â€