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I'm very sorry to read just now that Peter Beales has died today. He
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On Monday, 28 January 2013 17:48:22 UTC, Sacha wrote:
I'm very sorry to read just now that Peter Beales has died today. He

brought an enormous amount to rose breeding.

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Another great grower and breeder gone but what a heritage he has left us.

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On 28/01/2013 18:16, Rod wrote:
On Monday, 28 January 2013 17:48:22 UTC, Sacha wrote:
I'm very sorry to read just now that Peter Beales has died today. He

brought an enormous amount to rose breeding.

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Sacha

www.hillhousenursery.com

South Devon

www.helpforheroes.org.uk


Another great grower and breeder gone but what a heritage he has left us.

Rod




Indeed. He will always be remembered.

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On 28/01/2013 17:48, Sacha wrote:
I'm very sorry to read just now that Peter Beales has died today. He
brought an enormous amount to rose breeding.



An announcement on the firm’s website, said: “With deep sadness, we
regret to inform you that Peter died in the afternoon of Saturday
January 26.”

Also Robert Harkness; another Rose breeder and grower; died 6th November

David @ the wet and very windy end of Swansea Bay


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