Obituaries

Sir Philip Dowson

Former Gresham’s school pupil and respected architect and academy president dies

A Gresham’s School pupil who went on to become one of Britain’s most respected architects has died just days after his 90th birthday.

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TRIBUTES: Carol Rice.

Lowestoft Town FC pays tribute to popular bar manager

Warm tributes have been paid to a “very special” member of staff at Lowestoft Town Football Club.

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Chris Maule-Oatway using his sat nav device in Magdalen Street, Norwich.

Inspirational champion for blind people

Inspirational Chris Maule-Oatway, a blind man who championed the cause of the visually impaired in Norfolk for many years, has died aged 65.

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John Fulton

Tributes to a power-lifting champion

A well-known Fakenham sportsman who held several world records has died at the age of 87.

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Sergeant Reginald Drake, from Norwich, spent four years held captive by the Germans, including time at the infamous Stalag Luft III camp in the run up to the 'Great Escape' of 1944.

Farewell to a Norfolk hero who was Britain’s oldest surviving prisoner of war

He was a brave Norfolk war hero believed to have become Britain’s oldest surviving prisoner of war, and Sergeant Reginald Drake’s family are making sure his part in the fight for freedom will never be forgotten.

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