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11 April 2018Death of John Fairclough, Founder Trustee
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Death of John Fairclough, Founder Trustee

Wednesday 11 April 2018

John Fairclough who was a founder Trustee and long time Vice Chairman of the Trust died in March 2018 aged 75. John had a long and distinguished career in history and archaeology. He made a great contribution to schools involvement during his time at Ipswich Museum. On leaving Ipswich he immersed himself in historical projects in Yorkshire and latterly Scotland. He died soon after his move back to Suffolk.