Town mourns well-known resident after sudden death

THE family of a Lyme Regis man Nigel Bromfield say they are still coming to terms with his recent sudden passing at the age of 69.

Nigel had been a resident of Shire House for the past two years, where he settled in well and really made it his home.

Nigel was brought up in Lyme Regis and lived locally for most of his life, working at the Moore’s Biscuit factory in Morcombelake, Woolaway Building, the Alexandra Hotel and for other local firms.

He suffered with his health and other issues but was always made to feel welcome in all he did around the town.

His family – sisters Catherine and Karen, and Karen’s family Nigel and Ashley – would all like to thank all those who helped Nigel in many different ways prior to him going into the Shire House.

Many locals were always very supportive of Nigel and he thrived by being amongst them – a real sense of a community family.

He was a familiar face at Hallett Court, Penny Black Cafe, and always enjoyed being at the Davey Fort to watch the football.

He also enjoyed many other local events and will be surely missed by his close family and his Lyme family.

Woodmead Halls
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Francesca grew up in Lyme Regis and has worked in community journalism in the area since 2011, having gained a First Class Honours degree in journalism and her NCTJ qualifications at Southampton Solent University.

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