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Audrey Prince

Posted On: 22 Oct 2021   |   Posted By: Milton Keynes Natural History Society

Many members will have heard the sad news that Audrey Prince passed away on 27 th August at the age of 94. Audrey and John (our nonagenarian member and dormouse expert) were married for 73 years! She led a very full and active life over all those years and will be greatly missed by all who knew her, but especially by John and her family. John has asked me to pass on his thanks to everyone who has been in touch, or sent cards or letters. He really appreciates your thoughts, support and sympathy. He has also said that if anyone wants to make a donation in memory of Audrey, she suggested Willen Hospice. Her family have emphasised the tremendous support they received from Willen Hospice during the final months of Audrey's life following her cancer diagnosis, enabling her to stay at home as she wished.
Donations can be made online at
Linda Murphy

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