18/04/2024
Norwich, GB 7 C
Researching and reporting on the lives of some really interesting people (RIP)
Dr Caroline Drummond

CAROLINE DRUMMOND, aged 58

A passionate advocate of sustainable food and farming. She was the CEO of LEAF and created the idea of ‘Open Farm Sunday’. She was a positive force in the agricultural community.

Michael Bourdeaux

MICHAEL BOURDEAUX, aged 87

Michael founded Keston College in Bromley which was dedicated to the spreading of reliable religious information in communist countries. He was awarded the Templeton Prize for his work.

Manchester Victoria Baths

GILL WRIGHT, aged 62

A big name in the world of swimming. Gill fought to save the Victoria Baths in Manchester. These appeared on the television show ‘Restoration’.

Claude James

CLAUDE JAMES, aged 90

Arriving in Britain as part of the Windrush generation, Claude spent his working life with British Rail. He threw himself into many good causes, fought against injustice and was highly respected in his local community.

Mimi Reinhard

MIMI REINHARD, aged 107

An inmate of a concentration camp, Mimi worked in the office as a secretary. She was forced to type up a list of inmates to work in a factory owned by Oskar Schindler – and the rest is history.