Mary was a proud playwright, oral historian, wife, mother, aunt and friend to many. Her death is a tragic loss.
At St Peter's Hospice, Mary, Pip, Bea and Louis received exceptional support and kindness from all the staff.
Please donate as much as you can in her name to allow them to carry on helping other families.
I have just learnt of the sad news of Mary's passing. I knew her from Glenside Hospital Museum, where I was a volunteer. I had worked at Glenside Hospital as a Charge Nurse for several years before becoming a volunteer in 2003. I was much impressed by the permanent exhibit at the Museum that Mary developed on Glenside during World War 1, when the hospital was renamed Beaufort War Hospital. Also her play about the artist Stanley Spencer's military career at Beaufort and the oral history film she made about Glenside Laundry. It was a pleasure for me to locate papers at the Museum to assist Mary in building her Beaufort exhibit.
Your friendship, laughter and love will remain with me forever. Miss you so much, love Rose
Sorry to hear of Mary's passing. We worked together on the Com FM radio project back in 2002 which was incredible to be part of. Sending love to her family at this sad time.
Happy birthday, you wonderful person. We miss you xx