Remembering Jim Shapter

PUBLISHED: 16:00 21 December 2007 | UPDATED: 15:53 09 June 2010

A plaque in memory of Jim Shapter is up on the sea wall at Shelly Beach and a bench has been ordered from East Devon District Council.

A plaque in memory of Jim Shapter is up on the sea wall at Shelly Beach and a bench has been ordered from East Devon District Council.

This is all due to the admiration and respect of the people who have contributed to these memorials:

Tracy Brook and Peter Shapter; Miss Burridge; A Buchan; Carnival Committee; A Smith & Trist; Mr & Mrs Stuart; I & A Prior; P Rigg; J Welsh; M Loman; G Keeling; Jean & Matt; Marsha & Bobby; Amanda & Mark; J Stanbury; J & J Fletcher; A & G Holman; M Armstrong; N Harrower; A & K Redman; L Murphy; J Petty; A Quilter; K & B Richardson; T & H Hawkins; R Carter; Mike Davey; Mrs Open; B & A Robinson; D & C Harding; T Bradford; A Shepherd; V Thomas; J & J Greenslade; R Pryke; G Morris; T Todd; Lynn; R Lavis; B Rowsell; G & M Gibson; J Reed; E Annis; M Dodd; G Hodgson; Jerry; Mary Davey; S Winter; Y & G Cole; N & J Pawson; P Moore; M Muldoon; E Conner; Audrey; Mrs Lockyer; G Burgess; J Sinclair; R Kanarek; C Stredwick; Phil; B Lambert and various coins anonimously.

Heartfelt thanks to all these people.

Heather Lane,

44, Camperdown Terrace,

Exmouth.


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