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Obituary: MARY VAMBE

Trevor Grundy writes:
WHEN the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh visited Harare in October 1991 to open the 12th Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting, Mary Vambe was chosen to brief the royal couple on homelessness and the disabled in Zimbabwe.

She was a hands-on activist, long associated with the problems of disabled people. Today, they remember with respect and love a woman who died at her home in Wellington, Shropshire, on 21 July, aged 78, watched and loved by ...

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