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Canon Hugh Beavan writes:
THE Revd Andrew Walters who died on 17 February this year, aged 70, was the last warden of St Michael's College, Tenbury Wells, and went on to follow in his father's footsteps as headmaster of Lichfield Cathedral School.

Over the years, he fought against numerous serious illnesses, yet his stoicism, lust for life, and unfailing good humour were never anything less than an inspiration to generations of children, parents, and colleagues. In ...

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