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Mary Sarre

1 month ago   |   By Milton Keynes Natural History Society

Many of us were shocked and saddened last week to hear of the death of Mary Sarre after a long battle with cancer. We send Phil and the family our love and sympathy.
Mary and Phil have been members of the Society for a long time now. Since Roy our President has taken a back seat as our botanical expert we came to rely increasingly on Mary's in-depth knowledge on all things to do with plants. She has also been a valued committee member for many years and did a great job as our summer programme secretary until ill health forced her to stand down earlier this year. We are so grateful for all...
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