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John Clark (1937 - 9 January 2014)
John on the bricks in Horton's yard (to the left) in A Canterbury Tale
Paul Tritton tells us the bad news that John Clark died suddenly last Thursday (Jan 9) - a lovely man, who will be greatly missed. John was a young boy who lived near Shottenden and took part in A Canterbury Tale. He is seen sitting on the wall at the wheelwrights and as the soldiers march into the Cathedral. John and his wife Helen used to join us regularly on the ACT walks and at other events in Canterbury
Richard Fraser has put together some of the photos that he took on the walks which feature John
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