Roy Denison passed way in November, aged 80, with his family at his side and in his beloved home in Goring-on-Thames, writes his wife Mya.

His lifetime’s career was on British Rail in various posts on Western Region then at London HQs. His great pastimes were pubs, breweries and railways, which he extensively photographed, examples of which have been widely published. He travelled extensively to search out the remaining classic basic unspoilt (sitting room) houses.

He joined the early CAMRA, later becoming a pioneer, and helped found Medway branch. Living in Sittingbourne, he soon became the area organiser for Mid Kent, spreading the word and encouraging drinkers to join up wherever and whenever anyone expressed an interest in beer.

He later moved to Goring and continued his involvement in local branches there for many years.

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