Harry - founder member, mover and shaker of
the Friends of Epping Forest -
has sadly died.
Harry was, for me, a man of boundless energy,
intelligence, great humour and kindness.
Apart from being one of those with the foresight to see
and then counter many threats to our beloved Forest,
Harry led Friends' walks -
not least many of his favourite Centenary Walks,
as on this 17th Centenary Walk in 2001...
He helped organise and host many Friends' functions
such as the Forest Supper
with his inimitable wit and charm;
he wrote articles in the Newsletter;
and introduced many people to the delights of this Forest
he has helped to preserve...
...all, of course,
with the constant support of Peggy and his family,
to whom we offer our inadequate condolences.
He'll be sorely missed.
Details of funeral arrangements
are on the right.
Thursday 28 September 2017
City of London Crematorium
at 10:15 am in the South Chapel.
No flowers please.
Donations in Harry's memory
may be made to:
The Woodland Trust, Kidney Research UK
or the Friends of Epping Forest.