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Dr Martin George


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I knew Martin through my time on the Committee of the Broads Society. As Poppy has written, a decent bloke. To that I would add that I found him to be an articulate, wholly courteous, natural gentleman. Some years ago we, as a committee, visited  Cantley Sugar factory as part of a planning consultation. I rather suspect that the management of the factory was expecting a rough ride from a bunch of green welly wearing conservationists. However Martin quickly put their minds at rest, assuring them that the Society was wholly supportive of the factory, an important part of the industrial history and development of the Broads. Martin was a realist, an intellectual man who understood the Broads and Broads people. I'm glad that I knew him. A Broadsman of the highest calibre.

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