Dr Sandy Campbell Passes Away

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Dr Campbell in 1920 Style Operating Theatre

Many residents of Tarvin will be saddened to hear of Dr Sandy Campbell passing away.
Dr Campbell died on the 27th January after a short illness.

Sandy followed his father in the local practice, and, on his retirement was succeeded by his son Andrew, carrying on the family tradition.

He will be much missed by many within and beyond our community, in which he took great interest in historical matters, and we offer our sincere condolences to his wife and family.

The funeral will be on Thursday 11th February at St Helen's Church in Tarporley.

Ed:"Our photo shows Dr Sandy Campbell demonstrating "old" medical practices at Tarporley Cottage Hospital."

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