Beloved friend ,hiking,flying and angling companion - at heart a true Highlander.
Peter was born at Acharacle,Argyll of a Scottish mother and English father .His childhood was spent in Rugby where he was educated,later he studied medicine at St Andrews.He served as a medical officer in the RAF and then worked as a GP ,first in Brant Broughton,Lincs and subsequently for 30 years in Saffron Walden,Essex, being well respected in both communities .
Peter enjoyed outdoor activities from an early age - fly fishing holidays in Scotland were the highlight of his year while in Rugby.Lare he enjoyed travelling,studying French,cooking ,hosting parties and he developed numerous other outdoor activities - shooting,golf,cycling on his tandem,flying model aircraft,hiking and especially fishing in the rivers and lochs in Scotland - how proud he was the day he caught a salmon on the Averon!
As life progressed,he was actively pushing his roots deeper into the soil of Scotland but sadly fate decreed otherwise...
Peter stood out from the crowd for the best reasons - he did much for others and people mattered to him - knowing him was a priviledge. He was a free spirit of the Highlands,like the Scottish Wildcat,so may generations of Wildcats thrive in his grove.
Rest in Peace ,Peter,alongside Mr.Sooty,Julie,Bouncer,Poppy,Sally,Gilly and Wallace until we all meet at Rainbow Bridge .....
Love from the Woolly Mammoth,Sheba, Penny and all your friends
I still cannot get used to the idea that you will never turn up again out of the blue. I miss you old friend. denny
Donated by Michael denny
26th September 2011
To a wonderful man and kindred spirit and to say thank you to your partner, a kind and generous lady who like us loves the natural beauty of Scotland. With love and best wishes, Dave, Sandra & Joseph ( Thika s Friends )
Donated by Dave Hilliard
24th January 2011
29th November 2010
To Peter, our beloved friend, hiking, flying and angling companion - at heart a true HIGHLANDER. From all your friends, human and feline
Donated by Suzanne Mary Guilbert
8th November 2010
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