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FUNERAL OF PETER LEWIS

The funeral of a  retired special agent for the RAF , who had worked on secret missions all around the world, took place at St Agatha's Church on Thursday 30th April.

Peter Lewis lived at Cappaslade Cottage with his wife for 39 years. He was a retired special agent for the RAF who had worked on secret missions all around the world including building a tunnel under Germany during the 2nd World War. He was later chief engineer for the Red Arrows, and was also a Kipling enthusiast.

His niece, Fiona Campbell, said: 'He loved the village and will be sadly missed by his family and his cat, Freddy. The funeral is open to all and we apologise in advance for any extra traffic that the village may experience on Thursday.'

Donations given in memory of Peter will be given to the RAF Benevolent Fund
These may be left in the collection box at the church  exit or sent directly to Tomalin & Son, Anderson House, 38 Reading Road, Henley-on-Thames, Oxon. RG9 1AG. Tel: 01491 573370.

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