Martin Peacock Death, Obituary –Our hearts were filled with sorrow at the news that Martin Peacock had passed away a week ago; in fact, when we got the news, our hearts were flooded with sorrow. When we heard the news, our hearts were filled with sorrow at the news. The Weobley Animals Meadows are a great communal green space that can be found on the outskirts of the Weobley hamlet. They are named after the meadows that are home to a variety of animals. The indigenous plant and animal species find safety and sustenance in this meadow, which acts as a shelter for them and provides protection from predators.
Because Martin and his wife Julie were so kind to us, we are now the proud owners of the property that was formerly known as Weobley Wildlife Meadows. Martin and Julie had originally purchased the area for themselves, but they later decided to give it to us as a present. My thoughts and prayers are with his wife, Julie, as well as all of their children and grandchildren during this trying time. I am thinking of and praying for all of you. I am sad for the loss they have suffered. This picture was taken at the meadows the year before with Lewis Goldwater, who is the Reserves Officer for the Herefordshire Wildlife Trust, Rev. Charles Overton, who is the Chair of the HWT Weobley Branch, Julie and Martin, and Warden Mike Williams.
Also in the picture is Mike Williams, who is the Herefordshire Wildlife Trust’s Weobley Branch Warden. People pictured in this image include Lewis Goldwater, the Reserves Officer for the Herefordshire Wildlife Trust; the Reverend Charles Overton; Julie and Martin; and Warden Mike Williams, starting from the left side of the image and moving clockwise around it. Photographer Mike Williams is the one responsible for taking the shot.