Susan Woolf writes:
FURTHER to your obituary of Dr Pamela Tudor-Craig (Gazette, 5 January), more could be said of her life in Hampstead, where she was the first woman churchwarden of Hampstead Parish Church. Parishioners who had known her for years were invited to her beautiful wedding in Westminster Abbey. That was a rare privilege for a non-royal person, granted because of pro bono work she had done for the Abbey.
I suspect that, as well as paintings by her daughter, a recent visitor to her home would have found ceramics by her brother-in-law Kenneth Clarke, his wife, Ann, and their daughter Camilla.